Subscriber Jim Carden (Report 8680) is unhappy with an Alaska grizzly bear hunt handled for him by Tony Lee of Westwind Guide Service. The hunt took place near Denali Park, about 35 miles northeast of Cantwell. Carden says there was simply too much activity in the hunting area. "Tony placed four camps in the same drainage close enough together that we could hear calling from other camps," he says. "Also he flew four times per camp each time he moved a camp. He hunted each camp for one week, three times. We hunted the second week in a camp that had been occupied eight days when we got there. Tony had flown about 50 trips before we even started hunting. We were led to believe this was a remote, fly-in area with lots of bears, with nearly 100 percent success." We sent a copy of Carden's complaint to Lee, but had not heard back from him at press time.