Guided and Outfitted hunts on the Alaska Peninsula for Record Class Alaska Brown Bear and Trophy Moose
Gary "Butch" King has specialized in fully guided and outfitted Alaska brown bear and trophy Alaska moose hunting on the remote Alaska Peninsula since 1971. Here the average brown bear are the largest in the world. Since computers, through the 2023 season, Butch has recorded an unprecedented 159, ten and eleven foot class Brown Bears, taken by clients on his guided and outfitted hunts. Butch and his wife Kathy have outfitted their trophy hunts out of Wildman Lake Lodge since 1996. Their hunters choose from fly in tented wilderness camps, remote cabins or lodge based hunts by river boat. No other outfitter in guding Alaska history has documented successful hunts for as many ten and eleven class foot brown bear in their career. .At this writing, Butch's hunting clients have taken 13 of the top 25 scoring Alaska Brown Bear in the latest Safari Club Book of World Records., including two past #1 World Records and two SCI World Hunt Awards. See The 10 Foot Club, a listing of his Client's 10 & 11 footers, under the GEAR LIST AND INFO FORMS tab above.
Trophy Alaska moose hunting is done during the September rut, where both “spot and stalk” and calling techniques have proven highly successful, Bulls as large as this 80-7/8" trophy, taken by Wildman Lake Lodge client, Mark Rose. Excellent moose populations and proven genetics, have consistently produced trophies with 60 to 80 inch antlers. Moose hunting is done similar to the bear hunts, one guide per hunter. Each hunter is flown from Wildman's deluxe wilderness lodge to his own fully outfitted and comfortable tented camp in the heart of our Alaska’s finest trophy moose country. From your private camp you and your licensed Alaska guide glass, call, spot and stalk. You can expect a well organized, fully outfitted and guided fair-chase hunt in one of Alaska's top trophy moose areas.
The Wildman Lodge Alaska brown bear hunting area is specifically managed for trophy brown bear. No drawing is required, but the seasons allow just enough time for just two 10 day hunts each year. Fall bear seasons are in October, on odd numbered years. Spring bear seasons are in May, on even numbered years. Our openings are very limited so plan to book your hunt a well In advance. Contact us or available dates, a free Brochure and the “10 Foot Club List” now over 159 members! While not everyone takes a 10 foot bear, you will not have a better chance anywhere in the entire world. Our success on trophy 9 foot and 10 foot class brown bear is very high each season.