Where to hunt Bear
If you look at the BookYourHunt.com Hunting Map, you’ll see that bear hunting opportunities seem to cover all the Northern Hemisphere, from Atlantic to Pacific coast in North America, and from Kamchatka to Scandinavia in Eurasia. Three species of bear are legal to hunt at present. The black bear can be hunted all over the USA and Canada. Brown bear (grizzly) hunting opportunities exist in Eurasia, Alaska and the Yukon. The Himalayan bear can be legally hunted only in Russia.
Black bear is the most affordable species to hunt, with hunts beginning at $1,500. On the other end of the spectrum are the North American brown (grizzly) bears that can cost $15,000 or more. Brown bear hunting opportunities in Europe and Russia may be as cheap as under $2,000 or as expensive as an Alaskan hunt, depending on location and hunting methods. Himalayan bear hunting costs between $5,000 and $7,500.
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As you already know, there isn’t just one “bear”. As many as three legally huntable species exist, and even within the species there is much variation. What with color phases of the black bear, that can vary from black to almost white! Read how differences in habitat influence bear hunting - and bear hunting prices - in Russia.May 11, 2017 From Europe to Kamchatka: Seven Options for Bear Hunting in Russia
When to hunt Bear?
Bear hunting dates depend on the bear’s greatest evolutionary adaptation: winter slumber. They center on the periods when the bruins are feeding actively to accumulate enough fat to last them through the winter (in autumn), or to make up for the fast (in spring). On the Pacific Coast the best opportunities for bear hunting often coincide with salmon runs.
Hunting methods All hunting methods (12)
Humans devised many ways of bear hunting. Sometimes bears are taken with dogs, packs of hounds in North America or one or two dogs of local breeds in Eurasia. Spot-and-stalk hunting is also possible in the wide open spaces of the Arctic and the American West, and so is still-hunting along salmon rivers. Calling a bear by imitating the sounds of its typical prey (such as fawn in distress) may also be effective.But by far the most common way of bear hunting is waiting for them on high seats or blinds positioned near artificial bait or a natural food source, such as an oat field.
Why hunt Bear? All hunts (344)
Bear hunting is a very emotional issue, as you can see in all debates about hunting. In the ages past humans had many reasons to hunt bears: delicious and highly nourishing meat and fat, warm skin, and getting rid of an unwelcome neighbor that will not miss an opportunity to kill livestock, maraude fields, and may maul and kill people. All these reasons are far from meaningless today. But it’s an open question what is the biggest drive for bear hunters - meal, rug and trophy book entry, or the challenge and the excitement of overcoming an intelligent and dangerous opponent.
Spring Bear Hunt 2020 Canada
Experience the excitement and exhilaration of a real Canadian bear hunt. With us you'll trek into the Alberta wilderness for a six-day camping and hunting adventure. While there, you will enjoy all the savage beauty of a Canadian forest filled with moose, deer, grizzly and black bears, and even wolves. If you've always wanted to experience hunting bears in the wilderness, our hunters will be happy to be your guides. You'll experience our North-Central Alberta, Canada, hunting zone, where there is little local pressure on the bears since it is a non-baiting zone. It is also a two-bear area, and even better, choosing this region for a black bear hunt gives you a chance of finding a color phase bear, since some of the rare colorings can only be found farther north. We also include a wolf license in the price of your hunt. Our hunts are six days long, from Monday to Saturday. We also provide a hotel room in Barrhead the Sunday night before the hunt and the Saturday night after the hunt. Hunting dates available: May 18 to May 23 May 25 to May 30
Trip duration: 6 days
Trip available on: 18 May 2020 30 May 2020
Remote Wilderness Spring Black Bear Hunt Canada
Black bear hunting with us takes place in a very remote area of Northern Alberta Canada with no local hunting pressure and a large population of trophy size bears and a two bear limit. Black bear hunting on the Clearwater River in Alberta is always a great success. Our river boat camp is located 60 kms (40 miles) up the Clearwater river in a very remote area with no local hunting pressure and a large population of trophy size bears. We have new boats and ATV’s and with the addition of excellent bait sites along the river, this spring is looking great for massive record book bears. We set up bait sites in several spots at the top of the river ridge. We use river boats, duck boats and aluminum fishing boats to get to and from the bait sites. You will be hunting out of tree stands over well established baits. Shot distance is between 10-20 yards to minimize the chance of wounding a bear. We have never had anyone go home without seeing multiple bears and every year bears are taken in the 7 foot 400 pound range. We have many color phase bears from blonde to cinnamon, brown and black The hunts are generally 2 hunters to one guide,Non hunters are welcome at $150 a day Trophy fee for 2nd bear is due in cash at camp or with final payment before receiving the tag. $1,000 USD for 2nd bear (2 bear limit)
Trip duration: 6 days
Trip available on: 5 May 2020 1 June 2020
Bear Fall hunt 2019 Russia
Kamchatka brown bear Fall hunt is considered to be one of the most exciting hunts. Hunting season starts when bears concentrate on rivers and catch fish. During this time most of the bears come to the rivers' banks and catch various species of Kamchatka salmon. One can hardly take a chance to see so many bears at one spot and choose the most desirable trophy.
Trip duration: 9 days
Trip available on: 1 September 2019 1 October 2019
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