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  • Shrimp Paella Stuffed Peppers

    Shrimp Paella Stuffed Peppers

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  • Uyak Brown Bear Part 2

    Uyak Brown Bear Part 2

    UYAK BAY BROWN BEARKodiak-Island-Brown-Bear-Hunting

    In this two-part episode Robert and Matthew Stone draw coveted tags for brown bear hunting in Uyak Bay. They join good friend and transporter Steele Davis, owner of Spirit of Alaska Wilderness Adventures for a week-long stay at Steele’s old fish cannery as base camp for this bucket list self-guided Kodiak brown bear hunt. Rob's up to bat in the first episode, and Matthew will take his chance in part two of this big game hunt. Both are shooting Browning X-Bolt left hand rifle. 

    Alaska has an estimated 30,000 brown bears statewide. In 2007, about 1,900 brown bears were harvested in Alaska. Of that figure, about 700 were taken by Alaska residents and roughly 1,200 (or 67 percent) were taken by nonresidents. Bear hunting seasons are held in both spring and fall in some areas but only in fall in other areas. It is illegal to kill cubs and females with offspring. Nonresident brown bear hunters are required to have a guide or be accompanied by an Alaska resident who is a relative.

    Brown and grizzly bears are classified as the same species, Ursus arctos. Brown bears on Kodiak Island are classified as a distinct subspecies from those on the mainland because they are genetically and physically isolated. The term “brown bear” commonly refers to animals found in coastal areas, and brown bears found inland and in northern habitats are often called “grizzlies. Like black bears, brown bears vary widely in color. Brown bears can range from dark brown through light blond.

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  • Uyak Bay Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

    Uyak Bay Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

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Shrimp Paella Stuffed Peppers

Shrimp Paella Stuffed Peppers

Shrimpin' and Shrimp Paella Stuffed Peppers Recipe ~ Becca Moffat

Last spring Luke and I had the great fortune to spend a long weekend camping with our good friend Steve in Prince William Sound. Steve was with us when

Uyak Brown Bear Part 2

Uyak Brown Bear Part 2

UYAK BAY BROWN BEAR

In this two-part episode Robert and Matthew Stone draw coveted tags for brown bear hunting in Uyak Bay. They join good friend and transporter Steele Davis, owner of Spirit of Alaska Wilderness Adventures for a week-long stay

Uyak Bay Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

Uyak Bay Kodiak Brown Bear Hunt

UYAK BAY BROWN BEAR

In this two-part episode Robert and Matthew Stone draw coveted tags for brown bear hunting in Uyak Bay. They join good friend and transporter Steele Davis, owner of Spirit of Alaska Wilderness Adventures for a

Alaska: Musk Oxen

Alaska: Musk Oxen

DIY HUNTING

THIS WEEK! Robert and his son Matthew draw coveted Nunivak Island tags. "PEOPLE PUT IN FOR THIS YEAR AFTER YEAR" after miles of walking…’THIS IS SOME PRETTY TOUGH TERRAIN”…can they final get

Gear Review: Brooks Range Foray Tent

Gear Review: Brooks Range Foray Tent

Brooks Range Foray Tent

Kodiak Island is the perfect proving ground for nearly all outdoor gear.  If an item can withstand the rain, wind and cold on Kodiak then it should work anywhere!  So when Black Widow

First Dall Sheep Down

First Dall Sheep Down

DIY HUNTING

THIS WEEK! “WE ALWAYS GET OUR SHEEP DON’T WE…THAT’S RIGHT’ last year Robert Stone and Shawn Johnston battled the rain for a giant Dall sheep. “WE HADTHESE MOUNTAINS RAISING JUST STRAIGHT

Uyak Bay Brown Bear

Uyak Bay Brown Bear

DIY HUNTING

Alaska has an estimated 30,000 brown bears statewide. In 2007, about 1,900 brown bears were harvested in Alaska. Of that figure, about 700 were taken by Alaska residents and roughly 1,200 (or 67 percent) were taken by