Bear Viewing in Kodiak Alaska ear Viewing in Kodiak Alaska

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Bear Viewing

Rohrer Bear Camp

Dick & Sue Rohrer
P. O. Box 2219
Kodiak, AK 99615
ph: 907-486-5835

Bear viewing & wildlife photography • Seabirds, marine mammals and eagles • River rafting • Sport fishing for salmon, Dolly Vanden, Arctic char • Hiking, and more! Sportfishing trips to Little River Camp for fly fishing & the Uganik Camp offers a variety of fishing, including salt water fishing.

Kodiak Treks

Harry & Brigid Dodge
11754 S. Russian Creek Rd.
Kodiak, AK 99615
ph: 907-487-2122

Specializing in land-based, low-impact bear viewing trips based out of our remote lodge. All trips with master guide/biologist Harry Dodge. Thirty years experience hiking and guiding on Kodiak Island. Group limit—six guests. Kayaking and fishing optional. Trips range from 3-5 days. We view non-habituated bears in their natural environment and aim to minimize the human footprint in Kodiak bear country. For the trip of a lifetime, contact Kodiak Treks today!

Munsey Bear Camp

Mike & Robin Munsey
Munsey's Bear Camp
Year-round address & phone:
Dept. 10
Amook Pass
Kodiak, AK 99615
ph: 907-847-2203
Munsey Bear Camp

Munsey Bear Camp, since 1956, specializing in Brown Bear viewing and sportfishing for halibut and salmon, as well as whale watching and general wildlife viewing.

Kingfisher Air

1829 Mill Bay Road
Kodiak, AK 99615
ph: 907-486-5155
Toll Free Number: 866-486-5155

Kingfisher Air can provide your floatplane transportation for your Kodiak adventure
4-Hour Bear Viewing Tours
Floatplane Charters

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