Kodiak Brown Bear Hunting Area 20
South Spiridon Bay
Drawing Hunt Designation
|Alaska Resident||DB 220||DB 250|
|Non Resident||DB 120||DB 150|
(USGS Maps - Kodiak B-5 & C-5)
Western Kodiak Island, including South Spiridon Bay, and the Spiridon River valley up to Koniag Glacier. See area map (Image file 62 kB).
Topography and Habitat
The Spiridon River flows through a broad valley that is moderately sloped with dense alder, grasslands and cottonwoods groves. Steep hillsides and mountainous terrain with alder thickets border the sides of the valley. Alpine vegetation dominates areas above 1500'. Southern portion of hunt area is extremely rugged with permanent snowfields, glaciers, and steep relief.
The entire area is within Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.
Public Use Cabins
2017 chance of being drawn
|Hunters Afield||Bears Harvested||Percent Males||Average Skull Size|
|Fall 2016||3||0||Not applicable||Not applicable|
|Fall 2015||1||0||Not applicable||Not applicable|
Largest bear killed in this Hunt Area
28¾" (October 31, 1992)
"Green" measurement - Not Official
Guides registered for this Hunt Area (as of April 2018):
Kodiak, AK 99615