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Homer Bear & Deer Hunting

Spring Black Bear Hunting per person for 6 day 5 nights (minimum 4 people)
$2800
Kodiak Blacktail Deer Hunting per person for 7 days 6 nights (minimum 4 people)
$3000

Homer Blacktail Deer & Black Bear Hunting

North Country Charters provides transportation services for unguided black bear hunters during the spring and fall season and Sitka Blacktail Deer during the fall hunting season. Aboard the M/V Irish our hunters will experience that same high standard of customer service and expertise that our fishing clientele have come to know and trust for the past 34 years.

The “Irish” boat will serve as your floating lodge for up to 6 days, where you will be provided with hearty meals and a comfortable, dry, safe sleeping area. Complete with all the amenities, the Irish is the perfect mobile base camp for hunting.

Sitka Blacktail Deer Hunting

Fall deer hunting in the Kodiak area can be a tremendously rewarding and memorable experience. Kodiak and its neighboring islands are a dramatic and challenging terrain, home to abundant populations of Sitka Blacktail Deer, a healthy Mountain Goat population, large herds of Roosevelt Elk, and the massively famous Kodiak Brown Bears. Any of these big game animals can be taken with the proper licenses and tags. As transporters we can deliver you to your desired hunting locale. Sitka Blacktail Deer are native to the rainforests of south east Alaska. But since have expanded throughout Alaska and the Kodiak Islands thru transplants. These unique deer provide a challenging hunt, and make wonderful table fair. As winter progresses the snow pushes deer in greater numbers down out of the mountains towards the more easily accessible beaches and forest. Deer can be taken thru December.

Black Bear Hunting

Spring black bear hunting the lower Kenai Peninsula and Gulf Coast can be a tremendously rewarding and memorable experience. The Chugach Mountain Range is a pristine wilderness home to an abundant and healthy black bear population. Black bears come out of their dens in mid April and begin feeding on the newest spring vegetation that grows along the shoreline. Your hunt will consist of you glassing the shoreline from the comfort of our 53 foot vessel the Irish, and hiking the foothills and mountains of the Chugach.

These are do-it-yourself hunts: we would like to remind our clients that your crews are not big game hunting guides, we are considered a big game transporter; which means we cannot accompany you ashore during your hunt, we may only provide you with food and lodging and transportation to and from the field.

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