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Munsey's Bear Camp
Ak 99615, United States

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Munsey's Bear Viewing Lodge is located in Uyak Bay on Kodiak Island, Alaska. The scenery is stunning with snow-capped mountains rising out of the clear, blue ocean. The bay abounds with Kodiak bears, sitka black-tailed deer, foxes, whales, harbor seals, sea otter, and many species of birds, including eagles and puffins. The guest cabins at the lodge are clean and comfortable with private bathrooms, hot showers, and spacious sitting rooms.


About

Your hosts at Munsey’s Bear Camp: Mike and Robin Munsey, Owners. Mike Munsey's parents, Park and Pat Munsey, started Munsey's bear Camp in 1956. Mike was born on Kodiak island and grew up at the lodge, so living with Kodiak bears has always been a way of life for him. Mike attended the University of Hawaii for his degree in wildlife biology and conservation, and this is where he met his wife and partner, Robin, who was attending the university for her bachelor's degree in marine biology. She later received her master's degree in fish and wildlife biology from the University of Arizona. After college, Mike and Robin returned to the remote wilderness of Kodiak's Uyak Bay where they now reside year-round. Mike is a licenced Alaska Master Guide and has more experience guiding bear viewers than any other guide on the island. Mike and Robin both possess a US Coast Guard Captains Licence as well as Wilderness First Responder Certification.

Fly-fishing experience at Munsey’s Bear Camp: We offer fishing trips for Halibut and Salmon. Fish from our 43-foot charter boat in saltwater, or fish freshwater streams and rivers on the island. The fishing is exciting and there is always something biting. Guided fishing is included in our wildlife vacation tour packages. The nutrient-rich water of Uyak Bay supports thriving populations of Pacific halibut and salmon. The long fiord-like bays allow us to fish from our 43-foot charter boat in protected, calm water, where we catch halibut at depths from 20 ft. (7 meters) to 150 ft. (50 meters). In August, we fish for silver salmon in the bay, and in July, we stream fish for pink salmon and Dolly Varden. After a fun day of Fishing, and watching bears, eagles, whales and other Kodiak Wildlife, we return to the lodge for a wonderful meal prepared by our resident chef. Click here for quick link country guide.

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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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Species
Duck
Duck
Mountain goat
Mountain goat
Bear
Bear
Salmon
Salmon
Pacific heilbot
Pacific heilbot
Deer
Deer
Sitka blacktail deer
Sitka blacktail deer
Brown bear
Brown bear
Goat
Goat
Black tail deer
Black tail deer

Methods
Stalking
Stalking
Bow hunting
Bow hunting
Fly fishing
Fly fishing
Highseat
Highseat
Walk-up
Walk-up
Game fishing
Game fishing
Driven birds
Driven birds
Salt water fishing
Salt water fishing
Spinning
Spinning
Hotel-lodge
Hotel-lodge
Hunting from a blind
Hunting from a blind
Guide
Guide
Wildfowling
Wildfowling
Wingshooting
Wingshooting

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$2,852.80
Languages
English
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1 Reviews
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Don R
28 Apr 2018

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It is so good that you will have experience of your life. After researching places around Kodiak Island I messaged Mike and after getting a good feeling through messages I decided to book a trip fo... Read more

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