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smitty
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May-21-16, 
05:43 PM (MST)
"Alaskan Brown Bear"

Can a non-resident hunt coastal Brown Bear with a Resident?

Non-guided.

Not blood related?

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Alaskan Br...  kimbersig      May-22-16   1 
 RE: Alaskan Br...  Alaskadropc...      Feb-11-17   2 
  RE: Alaskan Br...  faultcurrent      Feb-12-17   3 
   RE: Alaskan Br...  kimbersig      Feb-12-17   4 
    RE: Alaskan Br...  faultcurrent      Feb-12-17   5 
     RE: Alaskan Br...  kimbersig      Feb-12-17   6 
      RE: Alaskan Br...  Bambistew      Feb-15-17   7 
       RE: Alaskan Br...  faultcurrent      Feb-15-17   8 
      RE: Alaskan Br...  faultcurrent      Feb-16-17   9 
       RE: Alaskan Br...  kimbersig      Feb-18-17   12 
        RE: Alaskan Br...  faultcurrent      Feb-21-17   13 
 RE: Alaskan Br...  1911      Feb-17-17   11 

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kimbersig
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May-22-16, 
02:51 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

no. you either have to have 2nd degree kindred with a license accompanying you or a guide. in-laws do count in 2nd degree kindred.

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Alaskadropcamp
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Feb-11-17, 
01:26 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

The answer to your question is no, a non resident must have guide or a relative within the second degree of kindred that is a resident.

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faultcurrent
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Feb-12-17, 
00:12 AM (MST)
3. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

I did a DIY grizzly hunt last year from out of state and no guide. I landed in anchorage and bought a grizz tag at cabelas. No one asked anything about a guide. You can do a DIY grizz hunt for about 1500 dollars. Im going to try a mountain goat hunt this year alone up there. Wish I could move there!

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kimbersig
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Feb-12-17, 
07:25 AM (MST)
4. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

>I did a DIY grizzly
>hunt last year from out
>of state and no guide.
> I landed in anchorage
>and bought a grizz tag
>at cabelas. No one asked
>anything about a guide.
>You can do a DIY
>grizz hunt for about 1500
>dollars. Im going to
>try a mountain goat hunt
>this year alone up there.
> Wish I could move
>there!


Thats about the stupidest thing you could possibly post online. thats a good way to lose all hunting privileges in most western states when you get caught.

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faultcurrent
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Feb-12-17, 
11:00 AM (MST)
5. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

How? My hide was sealed at F and G before I came home.

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kimbersig
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Feb-12-17, 
02:49 PM (MST)
6. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

do you not know how to read? regs flat out say NR must be guided or accompanied by someone with at least 2nd degree kindred.

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Bambistew
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Feb-15-17, 
05:32 PM (MST)
7. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

LAST EDITED ON Feb-15-17 AT 05:42 PM (MST)

Any pics of the bear?

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faultcurrent
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Feb-15-17, 
07:49 PM (MST)
8. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

Pics sent via PM....

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faultcurrent
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Feb-16-17, 
10:17 AM (MST)
9. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

>do you not know how to
>read? regs flat out
>say NR must be guided
>or accompanied by someone with
>at least 2nd degree kindred.
>


I refuse to acknowledge outfitter welfare programs.

You on the other hand better hold your guides hand when you come back up again.

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Feb-18-17, 
10:30 AM (MST)
12. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

>>do you not know how to
>>read? regs flat out
>>say NR must be guided
>>or accompanied by someone with
>>at least 2nd degree kindred.
>>
>
>
>I refuse to acknowledge outfitter welfare
>programs.
>
>You on the other hand better
>hold your guides hand when
>you come back up again.
>

Boy do i hope you get caught and lost your hunting privileges across the west. you are one of the stupidest people i've seen on this forum. i don't agree with the guide requirement and have hunted the species in alaska that don't require guides and the ones that do require a guide legally.

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faultcurrent
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Feb-21-17, 
09:29 AM (MST)
13. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

>>>do you not know how to
>>>read? regs flat out
>>>say NR must be guided
>>>or accompanied by someone with
>>>at least 2nd degree kindred.
>>>
>>
>>
>>I refuse to acknowledge outfitter welfare
>>programs.
>>
>>You on the other hand better
>>hold your guides hand when
>>you come back up again.
>>
>
>Boy do i hope you get
>caught and lost your hunting
>privileges across the west.
>you are one of the
>stupidest people i've seen on
>this forum. i don't
>agree with the guide requirement
>and have hunted the species
>in alaska that don't require
>guides and the ones that
>do require a guide legally.
>

Be sure to call your guide ahead of time to make sure you are both wearing the same KUIU pattern.

I can understand there being a law out there for guys like you that like to hold hands with their guides.

But that's not fair to the guy's like me who take satisfaction in getting things done by themselves.

Shot a nice dall sheep last year too without a guide. Total cost DIY was 1400. Not bad....

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Feb-17-17, 
11:53 PM (MST)
11. "RE: Alaskan Brown Bear"

Alaska and Wyoming lead the pack with crony guide protectionism. Your that no their welfare checks from oil would be enough.

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