Hello all. I have enjoyed this site with all the great stories and expertise. I truly love the great state of Alaska and have fished there many times and hunted there several times. I have shot a nice dall sheep, a great moose, and 2 black bears.
In the last few years I have really caught the grizzly bear bug. I have been on 3 interior grizzly hunts (2 spring and 1 fall) and have seen a total of 3 bears (a sow and 2 cubs). Don't get me wrong, I consider all three of these hunts successes as just being out in the beautiful country of Alaska is success enough. However, I do want to get a chance at a bear.
So I am ready to go all in and book a Kodiak hunt for 2014 or 2015. My question is do you feel the best opportunity would be a Spring or Fall hunt? I'm told the Fall hunt is good because I may have the opportunity at other hunting (deer, goats, ducks, etc) but honestly I just want to focus on bear and that's it. So I'm asking all the experts what they would suggest in my situation? Thank you for any help.