With caribou on hold, Lee is specializing in bear hunting, although he outfits for a few other species too. Lee offers hunts for grizzly/brown bear, as well as tundra grizzly, sometimes also called mountain grizzly. These tundra grizzlies are considered by many sportsmen as the most handsome bear in Alaska. They are found inland, away from the coast, where there is less access to salmon streams, and they are thus smaller than coastal brown bears. Lee hunts tundra grizzly in GMU 13 out of his Bear Creek camp north of Anchorage. This area is considered a predator control area by Alaska game officials, so there is no closed season. Lee schedules these hunts during early June. The price this year is $10,000 for 1 x 1 hunting and $7,500 for 2 x 1.
Lee's spring grizzly/brown bear hunts in GMUs 17B and 19B (located northeast of Dillingham and covering some 15,000 square miles) are based out of his Shotgun Camp. During the spring, Lee hunts out of spike camps near traditional den areas. Hunting primarily involves spotting and stalking wandering bears. Sometimes bears are hunted by traveling on a snow machine from a main tent camp to glassing points. From there you can count on hiking, sometimes in deep snow. To........(continued)