Spring Bear Hunts – Have you booked yours?
If you are interested in any of the following hunts, please email Jay Osting: email@example.com or call 419-236-7703. All hunts will be filled first come first served. Serious inquiries only please – thank you.
Saskatchewan – Churchill River
One of the most consistent camps we have booked with over the past 14 years, with regard to P&Y trophy bears AND great fishing. Wilderness camp that requires a couple of hour boat ride on the Churchill River to get to camp. Limited spots available. You arrive in Saskatoon on Saturday and you’ll fly home on a Monday.
May 12-19, May 19-26, May 26-June 2.
$3600 includes round trip transportation
from Saskatoon to camp and GST. Bear tag
and fishing license estimate $250.
Our clients have been 100% successful since we first sent Tom Nelson and his TV crew here several years back. Tom reported over 50+ bear sightings during his hunt. Hunting 1000 sq miles offering plenty of baits that are accessed by ATV’s and 4WD vehicles. They take 20 in plus bears each year. Pictured is Russell Cox with his 512 lb bear taken this past September. Outfitter offers a free hunt if no opportunity to kill a bear. 6 hunters in camp each week.
May 6-11th or June 10-15th and fall hunts available. 6 day $2800, room & board,
GST and license $873.
Alberta – Peace River
This hunt is held near Lesser Slave Lake. The outfitter has over 30 years of Bowhunting experience. Very high density of bears with past clients having multiple sightings of bear every evening. Comfortable cabin camp with ATV and 4WD to access bait. NO TROPHY FEE ON SECOND BEAR. Fly into Grande Prairie. If you’re looking for that spring bear hunt with a relaxing camp, good number of bears and have the options to a second bear – this is the hunt for you.
May 12-18 or May 19-25.
6 day all-inclusive $4750
Alberta – Athabasca River
This wilderness hunt is 3 hours south of Fort Mac. Roughly 15 miles off paved road accessed by ATV and Argo’s. Nice canvas wall tents for accommodations. Over 20 baits covering both sides of the river that are inaccessible by land. Spring of 2011 Dale Hale took two P&Y bears the same evening from same stand. Hunting only last two weeks in May taking 4-6 hunters per week. In 2012 they took 12 bears (4 colored). River baits accessed by jet boat. Excellent Walleye fishing. It a great hunt if you like remote tent camps, big bears and you like to fish.
May 20-25 or May 27-June 1. 6 day $3600 add 5% GST, 2nd bear $600
Top recommendation for relaxing and inexpensive bear hunt. You’ll stay in a very nice 5000 sq ft lodge with the outfitter. Meals are unbelievable! You’re hunting near Choiceland just inside the big northern woods. We had a client pass on 26 bears before taking a solid 19 in. Mark and Jay had great experience here with multiple bear sightings. You fly into Saskatoon then drive 3 hours north to camp.
May 13-18. 6 day $2500 plus trophy fee of $600 on harvested or wounded animal; add 5% GST; bear license and habitat stamp estimated $200
An outfitter we have worked with for over a decade partnered up with an outfitter from Northern Alberta. Spring hunts are baited and fall hunts are spot-n-stalk. Gary Bang took two good bears with his bow and had multiple stalking opportunities daily. The outfitter has nearly 6000 sq miles in his Northern Alberta area with the one of the highest densities of black bear in the province. Your hunt begins when you fly into High Level. For an action packed hunt, and if you enjoy world class waterfowl hunting, the fall hunt can also be combined where you can take liberal limits on Canadian Geese, snows and variety of ducks on morning hunts and then hunt bears in afternoon and evening.
May 5-12 or May 19-26. 6 day 2×1 black bear (spring or fall) $3500 Combination Waterfowl / fall bear 6 days $5950. $500 trophy fee on 2nd bear. Add 5% GST &approximately $300 in lic and tags.
A bowhunting only outfitter we booked for over a decade that offers a baited black bear hunt west of Fairbanks and north of Denali National park that has a very high success rate for P&Y bears. You will be flown from Fairbanks by bush plane where your camp will normally be tent camps and jet boats are used to access different bait sites with pre set stands. Hunts are conducted in June. It’s not unusual to see 8 to 10 bears at a setting, with 24 hours of daylight that time of year you hunt all night so no concern about nocturnal bears. They take 4 to 6 hunters per week. Second bear is available on a $500 trophy fee. Children under the age of 18 hunting with their parent are half price.
June 9-14 or 16-21. 6 day 1×1 $4200.
Rates include bush flights in and out.
Hunting license $85, bear tag $225.
This outfitter is hunting in northern BC along the coast and offers a 6-day lodge hunt with a high success rate. Contrary to belief, if you check the record books, the majority of the biggest bears ever taken in BC come from Northern BC vs. Vancouver Island, which is famous for its big bears. This partnership is made up of avid bowhunters who cater to bowhunters. A 2nd bear is available on either hunt on a $2000 trophy fee plus license.
May 20-25, May 28-June 1, June 3-8 (4 spots each week). 6-day 2×1 lodge hunt $3,900; 1×1 $5,900 add 6% GST to hunt cost; license $210; black bear tag $210; non-resident hunter preservation fee $150 (Wolf available on $500 trophy fee and we’ve had several clients take wolves here.)
Contact JAY OSTING at 419-236-7703
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
First come first served.