Welcome to Alaska Adventures Unlimited, an Alaskan big game guiding, sport fishing and outfitting company owned and operated by licensed Master Guide Tom Kirstein. Alaska Adventures Unlimited specializes in guided big game hunts and sports fishing expeditions in several remote Alaska locations.
Tom has been leading successful guided tours for over 29 years in the Alaska Range Mountains, the Alaska Peninsula, and Kodiak Island. For more detailed information about the game hunted for and other trip details please see the big game hunting and sports fishing sections of this site. If you have any questions or would like to find out more information about Alaska Adventures Unlimited’s services please contact us at anytime.
We conduct a variety of sport fishing expeditions throughout Alaska, and some of the fish species that we catch include:
|Big Game Hunting
We hunt for most species of big game animals including:
|The type of animal species that can be successfully hunted for is geographically and seasonally dependent. We have three main hunting regions that we conduct guided hunts from. They are:|
|Interior Alaska Hunts
The Interior Alaska Range Mountains are located 100 miles south of the city of Fairbanks. We conduct our Dall Sheep, Moose, Caribou, Grizzly Bear, black Bear, and Wolf hunts from this are, which is located next to Denali National Park. The Alaska Range Mountains have a long history of Producing trophy game animals since the Gold Rush days. These hunts are conducted using Saddle and Pack Horses accessing the remote mountain country using spike tent camps. We offer quality horseback hunting adventures for these trophy big game species.
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|Alaska Peninsula Hunts
Hunting on the Alaska Peninsula is for Brown Bear. The hunting area is known as Ugashik River and is located 100 miles south of the city of King Salmon. My base of operation is located on the Ungashik River near the village of Ugashik since 1986, where I have a comfortable camp and cabins. This Alaska Peninsula area has a healthy Brown Bear population and provides a great hunting experience and opportunity for anyone wanting to harvest a trophy brown bear!
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|Kodiak Island Hunts
Hunting on Kodiak Island takes place at the famous Deadman Bay Bear Camp which is located 90 miles from Kodiak City on the southeast end of the Island. This is the oldest established bear hunting camp on the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. At this location there are excellent populations of Brown Bears, Mountain Goats, and Sitka Black Tail Deer. This Kodiak Island Hunt is the best on the Island for all of these trophy big game species!