British Columbia Spring Black Bear
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Description

This is a 2:1 fully guided 6 day spring hunt. Great trophies, awesome terrain, good guides, and good times, make this a hunt you need to add to your bucket list. The terrain is ideal for hunting so you’re sure to have your fill of opportunities. Boasting the largest population of black bears in the North American region, British Columbia produces the most successful black bear hunts by comparison to any other area. Typically, black bears taken from this region are in the six to seven-foot range. Most of the bears are jet black however we have harvest some beautiful colored bear and some will sport a chevron on their chest. Option to add a second bear to the hunt. Options to upgrade to a 1:1 hunt.


Details

  • Species: Black Bear
  • Average Classification: 6 - 7
  • Shot Opportunity: 90
  • Weapon: Rifle
  • Hunt Catalog #: RB11896-05
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Weapons description:

Average shots will be 100 yards or less.


Options

1:1 Upgrade

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Option to upgrade your hunt to a 1:1.

  • 1:1 Upgrade $2,000.00
  • Non-hunter

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    Option for a non-hunter to observe. $400/day for 6 days

    • Non-hunter $2,400.00
    • Additional Black Bear

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      Option to add an additional black bear to the hunt for a trophy fee.

      • Additional Black Bear $1,000.00

      • Available Dates

        May 15, 2020 - June 15, 2022


        Pricing

        • Member Price: $4,250.00
        • Non-Member Price: $4,800.00

        Price includes tags and taxes. Groups of 4 or more can shoot a second bear for no trophy fee.


        Group Options

        Option to add a second bear to the hunt with a trophy fee. Option to upgrade hunt to 1:1. Option for a non-hunter.

        Location

        British Columbia, Canada


        Refund Policy:

        Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.

        Description

        If you’re seeking a quality hide, we recommend the spring season. This ensures that you’re getting what you want. We hunt British Columbia Black Bear starting May 15 and go through June 15th. If you prefer a fall hunt the best time starts Mid-September. In the fall, we prefer to hunt Moose, Elk, and Mountain Goats, but add a black bear tag just in case. Hunt black bears for their hides, but don’t forget they can be mighty taste as well Black Bear Population At present, the population of British Columbia Black Bears is approximately 120000 to 160000 in the region. This is perhaps the highest density of Black Bears in the nation. With over 1900 square kilometers to hunt in, you’re sure to find your quest. Whether you hunt the spring hunt in May and June, or the Fall hunt in September, success rates are high. It’s your turn to try your hand at our a Canadian Black Bear Hunts. Option to add a second bear to the hunt.


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        • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge
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          Lodging & Accommodations Scale

          5 - Cabin/Lodge

          4 - Bunk House/Trailer

          3 - Wall Tent

          2 - Backpack Tent

          1 - Client Provided/Hotel

        Heated cabins and lodge. Showers and flush toilets. Clean and comfortable cabins.

        • Menu & Food: Full Kitchen
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          Menu & Food Scale

          5 - 5 Star Catered

          4 - Full Kitchen

          3 - Field Kitchen

          2 - Backpack Food

          1 - Client Provided

        Fresh food served. Homestyle cooking-meat & potatoes.

        • Physical Conditions: Light Hiking
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          5 - All Vehicle Access

          4 - Light Hiking

          3 - Moderate Hiking

          2 - Heavy Hiking

          1 - Extreme Back Country

        Hunter will hike up to 1 mile a day on this hike. This hike will provide opportunity with little hiking.


        Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

        Hunters will be picked up in Fort Saint John, British Columbia. Hunter will need to book a hotel for the day before and the day after the hunt. Outfitter will supply transportation to the airstrip to fly in to cabins. Charter fee is not included in the hunt price.

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        Description

        This is a spring hunt, temperatures can range from 50-80 F. Rain is is common so rain gear is essential. Cabins warm and dry so only a minimal sleeping bag is necessary. Hunter should be prepared to hunt 8-10 hours a day. This hunt will consist of long days in the field. Full gear list to be provided when booked.


        What Outfitter Provides

        • Field Transportation
        • Lodging
        • Meals

        What to Bring

        • Thermal Base Layers
        • Hunting hat & gloves
        • Durable and comfortable hiking boots
        • Rain gear
        • Rifle with 40 rounds of ammunition or Bow with extra assorted parts (e.g, string, clips, etc.) with 2 Dozen Hunting Arrows
        • Binoculars & Rangefinder
        • Moderate weather hunting gear-layering system recommended
        • Sleeping Bag

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