LaRose Guide Service offers brown bear and moose hunts on the Alaska Peninsula. A unique wilderness experience in a spectacularly beautiful place! Stay at Pumice Creek Lodge, 376 air miles east of Anchorage, 86 air miles south of King Salmon, and far from the crowd. Remote, rustic, and unspoiled...but with comfortable accommodations, experienced guides, and savory meals! Pumice Creek Lodge rests near the mountains, surrounded by vast opportunity for harvesting trophy Alaska coastal brown bear and Alaska Yukon moose. Our Wilderness! The Alaska Frontier!
Pumice Creek Lodge offers anglers of all skill levels a fishing trip of a lifetime on the remote Alaska Peninsula. We open in June as the king salmon start their run up stream. We’ll fish for these 20 to 40 pound monsters relentlessly, so you can be assured to catch strong, dime-bright fish. While you’re fishing for king salmon, there’s also many opportunities to catch red salmon, and even some rainbows up to ten pounds. Rainbow trout are catch and release only, so bring your camera along to capture the moment.
Your host at LaRose Guide Service: Gary LaRose, Owner. La Rose Guide Service began as my father's business in 1967 in the Talkeetna mountains, later increasing in range to the Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak and the Wrangell mountains. I'm a life long Alaskan. I grew up in my father's guide business, became a full partner in 1988, and now make my full time living as operator, owner and guide. Together I and my team will make your hunt enjoyable and do our best to make it successful.
Hunting and Fishing experience at LaRose Guide Service: Alaska Coastal Bear hunting is done in unit 9E on the Alaska Peninsula 85 miles below King Salmon. This is in the heart of bear country which begins around Lake Illiamna and ends at Cold Bay. 400 miles of bear country...I am in the center of it. We have the biggest bears in the world here along with Kodiak Island, about 150 miles away. We hunt bears from 8 to 10½ feet with 80-90% success over the years, and had 100% one spring season. I hunt on both US Fish and Wildlife lands and State lands. I have the permits: you do not have to draw them. While bear and moose seasons are separate, you can hunt wolf when you hunt bear. There are no tags and no trophy fees for a wolf. We also provide Alaskan Moose hunts. Our Alaska moose hunt takes place on the Alaska Peninsula in September, between the 10th and the 25th yearly with temperatures ranging 30 to 55 degrees. Click here for quick link country guide.
Our Pumice Creek Lodge offers anglers of all skill levels a fishing trip of a lifetime on the remote Alaska Peninsula. We open in June as the king salmon start their run up stream. We’ll fish for these 20 to 40 pound monsters relentlessly, so you can be assured to catch strong, dime-bright fish. While you’re fishing for king salmon, there’s also many opportunities to catch red salmon, and even some rainbows up to ten pounds. Rainbow trout are catch and release only, so bring your camera along to capture the moment. Click here for quick link country guide.
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Accommodation at LaRose Guide Service: LaRose Guide Service offers its own excellent accommodations at its Pumice Creek Lodge. Click here to view the lodge. To select and view the top suggested hotels and accommodation in the area, when hunting and fishing at LaRose Guide Service, click here.
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Permits: To read more about hunting permits or travelling with your sporting equipment, click here. For fishing permits it is best to go online to the Alaska Fish & Game Online Store and follow the instructions to purchase your fishing license. Be sure to add on the King stamp if you will be targeting Kings in July. Print out two copies and pack them in different locations. We cannot guide you if you do not have an Alaska fishing license. We do not sell licenses at the lodge. They can be purchased at the airport store.
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