JUNEAU, Alaska—Brown bear hunting season in southeast Alaska is set to open Saturday.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the season is scheduled to run through Dec. 31.
According to officials, hunters must obtain a valid hunting license and a locking big-game tag.
Hunters also must have a current registration permit, which is valid for taking one brown bear within the unit. Non-resident hunters must be accompanied by a guide.
The total limit for the hunt is 43 bears: 35 males and eight females.