Kodiak Brown Bear Hunting Area 04
Kiliuda Bay

Drawing Hunt Designation

Residency Fall Spring
Alaska Resident DB 204 DB 234
Non Resident DB 104 DB 134

Area Description

(USGS Maps - Kodiak A-3, A-4, B-3 & B-4)


Eastern Kodiak Island, including the areas around the north and west arms of Kiliuda Bay and the peninsula south of Kiliuda Bay. See See area map (Image file 79 kB).

Topography and Habitat

A variety of steep slopes from sea level to 4280'. Hunt area is diverse and ranges from tidal flats to rugged peaks with glaciers and permanent snowfields. Grass, alder, willow, and patches of cottonwood trees occupy the lowlands and river valleys. Inland areas composed of foothills and low ridges intersected by numerous drainages, flat benches, and steep ridges.

Land Ownership

Lands on the north side of Kiliuda Bay are primarily State lands with some private holdings along the coast. Lands west and south of Kiliuda Bay are primarily Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge lands with some private land and Old Harbor Native Corporation lands along the coastal areas.

Public Use Cabins


Bear Harvest

2017 chance of being drawn

Residency Fall Spring
Alaska Resident 3% 5%
Non Resident 50% 38%
  Hunters Afield Bears Harvested Percent Males Average Skull Size
Fall 2017 5 2 50% 22.19
Spring 2017 4 2 50% 25.31
Fall 2016 6 2 0% 22.75
Spring 2016 8 5 80% 24.53
Fall 2015 6 3 33% 21.83
Spring 2015 6 4 75% 24.33
Fall 2014 6 3 67% 25.60

Largest bear killed in this Hunt Area

29.38 (April 27, 2000)
"Green" measurement - Not Official

Guides registered for this Hunt Area (as of April 2018):