Alaska Hunting Guides - Hunt Information

Fair Chase


Means that an animal is hunted in a sportsmanlike and lawful manner and is not pursued or harassed with or from any mechanical means of transportation. It also includes the reverence and respect due such fine game animals in their taking.

The Tradition Continues

Kodiak Brown Bear Hunting - About the guides who were the previous holders of my world famous areas Karluk Lake and  Red Lake on Kodiak Island; I had the honor of working for Bill Pinnell and Morris Talifson ("Last of the Great Brown Bear Men") for 14 years.

I got my start hunting Kodiak bears and deer with Pinnell and Talifson in 1977, and have always been thankful that I had the opportunity to learn from the best in the business. They taught me a lot about what true Fair Chase Hunting really is. Their tradition of hunting will continue through me.


Kodiak Island Hunts - My guide areas on Kodiak Island are located approximately 90 air miles southwest of Kodiak, in the Red Lake Area and the Karluk Lake area. These are hands down two of the top areas on Kodiak Island. There are no roads or airstrips in my guide area. The only way to reach my hunting camps is by float plane via the city of Kodiak. This is the home to the great Alaskan Kodiak Brown Bear, Mt. Goat, and Sitka Black Tail Deer, and wild Reindeer. All hunts conducted on the Kodiak National wildlife Refuge.

Alaska Range Hunts- My camps are located on the north slope of the Alaska Range, in the Kuskokwim River Drainage, approximately 160 air miles north of Anchorage. We are in the Heart of the Alaskan Range. Here we can hunt Moose, Caribou, Grizzly Bear, Dall Sheep, and Black Bear

Chugach Range Hunts - Here in the Chugach Range we hunt for Mt.Goat, and Dall Sheep.These are draw hunts only. Mountain Goat are also hunted on Kodiak Island.


The semi-permanent camps will be warm, spacious wall tents, eight man Cabela's tents, and Arctic Oven tents, or log cabins where available. Mountain tents will be used for spiking out in remote areas, only if the size animal you desire can't be found within easy walking distance of the main camps.



Kodiak Island - Transportation to my guide area is via DeHaviland Beaver, Cessna 206, or Gruman Wiedgon all float planes from the city of Kodiak. I will make all arrangements for this flight. The hunter will be responsible for paying for his own transportation round trip from Kodiak to camp.

Alaska Range - Transportation to my camps is via Cessna 206 Wheel Plane from Anchorage. I will make all arrangements for this flight. The hunter will be responsible for paying for his own transportation round trip from Anchorage to camp.

Chugach Range - Transportation to my camps is via Super Cub on wheels from Palmer, Alaska .I will make all arrangements for this flight. The hunter will be responsible for paying for his own transportation round trip from Palmer to camp.


Each hunter will have a guide, which will be assigned to him for the duration of the hunt. Generally I will be your guide or one of my guides who are also trained woodsmen and professional hunters, and are well qualified in all phases of trophy hunting, including judging and the care of skins and meat.


Trophy Handling

Your trophies will receive expert preparation and care in camp, and will be shipped to you or your specified agent, freight collect.

I will provide you with true fair chase guides to hunt Brown Bear and Sitka Black tail Deer (Kodiak Island) or Moose, Grizzly Bear, Wolf, Dall Sheep, Caribou  (Alaska Range), or Mountain Goat on the dates provided. If they do not meet your schedule, we can arrange a hunt to fit your time and needs. My pleasure will be in guiding you on the most satisfying hunt of your life.


A deposit of 50% is due at the time of booking your hunt. The remaining balance is due at least 90 days before the hunt starts. The deposit is non-refundable, unless a replacement can be found to take your place. For pricing, please review the hunting cost schedule.


What To Bring

I will furnish all camps, food and daily guide service. The hunter will furnish his own rifle, ammunition, sleeping bag (I have extras), and all items of personal nature. The following list will prove helpful as a guide in selecting your outfit:

  • Rifle
  • Ammunition (2 boxes per rifle)
  • Cleaning kit (optional)
  • Binoculars
  • Sleeping bag
  • Down jacket or warm coat
  • Cap or hat
  • Knee length rain parka
  • Ankle-fit hip boots
  • 1 Pair waterproof leather climbing boots with cleated soles  (Vibram Type)

Please, no hunter orange or other “safety color” articles of clothing! Most ammunition and clothing can be purchased in Anchorage or Kodiak.

My guarantee to each individual hunter is to do everything possible, within the confines of the law, to make your hunt successful, comfortable, and enjoyable. All hunts conducted under personal contract between outfitter and client.


About Your Outfitter

Scott Mileur was born in Southern Illinois in 1956. He came to Alaska in 1977, and ever since then has been actively engaged in guiding in Alaska. He got his start with the two well-known guides and outfitters, Bill Pinnell and Morris Talifson of Kodiak, Alaska.

Scott also has trapped on Kodiak Island and the Alaska Range for wolf, wolverine, pine martin, and otter. As a trapper, he used a dog team for transportation. Scott has a real respect for wildlife and prides himself in true fair chase hunting, and has always been conservative in the taking of game. He also started commercial fishing in the Cook Inlet in 1987. Scott's life evolves around the outdoors as a guide, trapper and commercial fisherman.

For additional information or to book a vacation, please contact us. If you are sending an email, please include your phone number and complete mailing address.

Special Fall 2019Sitka Blacktail Deer hunts. 2x1 5,950.00, 3x1 4,950, 4x2 4,550 Per Hunter..



Mileur's Guide Service

c/o Scott Mileur
P.O. Box 2661
Palmer, Alaska 99645

(907) 745-1747