Long time, repeat donor Rainy Pass Lodge is Alaska's oldest hunting lodge, Steve Perrins (the 2021 SCI North American Outfitter of the Year! Congratulations Steve!) is donating a fantastic 8-day Grizzly/Brown bear and Black Bear combo hunt for 1 hunter. Hunt dates are to be arranged with the Outfitter for the year 2022 (if available) or 2023 or 2024, additional hunters are welcome ($22,500) and/or observers ($8,500).

This 1-on-1 hunt includes camp accommodations, meals, guide, trophy fees for one Brown/Grizzly and one Black Bear, including field and trophy preparations. The hunter is responsible for license and tag fees and can use the weapon of choice. Each hunter will be assessed a $150 Hunter’s Preservation fee. This is one of the few hunting lodges in Alaska where horses are used so the hunt will be conducted on horseback and foot. The arrival point is Anchorage, Alaska, and from there a special transportation charter flight is required at a cost of $1,250 per person round trip.

The hunt can be upgraded to include other combos (Dall Sheep, Moose, Caribou and Wolf) at the outfitter’s price list(with the full value of this hunt being applied to any hunt of greater value, including sheep or Moose!). This is a two Bear area and a second Brown/Grizzly may be added for the trophy fee of $5,000 or second Black Bear for $750. New this year, you can add an Alaskan Berrien Ground Caribou to this hunt for a trophy fee of $1,500. The Lodge was founded and operated by the Branham family from 1937 to 1977, and then from 1977 to 2003 the Lodge was operated by Vern Humble and Family.

In February of 2003 Steve and Denise Perrins purchased the Rainy Pass Lodge property and have been keeping its wild Alaska hunting tradition alive. Whatever interest you in the Alaskan wilderness we invite you to join us at one of the most picturesque and historic lodges and hunting experiences in Alaska. Dozens of members of the Michigan Chapter have hunted with Steve over the past fifteen years, you will not be disappointed!

Value: $22,500

While the SCI Michigan Chapter works tirelessly to secure donations from reputable outfitters, in these challenging and uncertain times, the Chapter wants you, its bidders, to be confident as you bid and know that the Chapter stands behind its donated hunts. The Chapter has a long-standing refund policy to protect purchasers of those hunts that can be viewed in more detail at:

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