ABOUT THE PENINSULA COASTAL AREA
Our camp borders on the north side, Lake Clark National Park. We are the first outfitter right outside the boundary of the National Park, stuck against the Iliamna Volcano. It is rugged country, which requires my hunter to come to camp in a fairly good shape. All the Brown Bear traveling from the Park to the Sanctuary of MacNeil and the Famous Brook fall In Katmai National Parks have to go through our territory. It is not unusual to spot several dozen bear during a typical hunt. The Iniskin peninsula is very large over 600 square miles and a dynamic eco-system. We have a very strong run of Salmon in the main river, which keep the bears longer down on the river. The bears are definitely on top of the food chain. They do not see anybody outside of my hunters most of their life. The spot is very impressive and the quietness can be scary at times. The bears will visit the camp more than once.
You will be able to add a Black Bear to that great hunt. With the same terrain, weather and latitude than his cousin in Kodiak, The Peninsula Coastal Brown Bear reaches unbelievable size.
Every year more Peninsula Brown Bear are making it to the Boone & Crockett and Safari Club Record book.
There is nothing like pursuing the largest land predator, whether is wandering the gnarly crags, pounding the hillsides, working your way up the creek or cruising the breathtaking coast line.
Count on a thrill of a lifetime and a true adventure.