Black Bear Hunting in British Columbia
Spot-and-stalk, British Columbia Black Bear Hunt
- Accommodations are out of a main lodge that has running water, showers, and flush toilets.
- Black bear hunting in British Columbia is spot and stalk, with 1-on-1, or 2-on-1 guiding.
- Easy physical hunt, most of hunting is done by driving roads, walking pipelines, and glassing cut blocks. NO BAITING. (Hounds can be used if desired at an extra cost.)
- Average bears harvested have 18-20″ skulls and average 6.5 feet with several bears over 7 feet harvested every spring.
- 100% opportunity and 95% success; 70% success on second bear
- 7 day hunts
- Hunts start May 5th until June 15th
- Allowed to harvest 2 bears and wolf
Black bear hunting in British Columbia is incredible!
With plenty of vegetation and lots of rain, there is a dense population of bears. They tend to be equal in size, or bigger than coastal bears. There are also opportunities to harvest color phase bears (i.e. blonde, cinnamon, or chocolate.)
Accommodations are clean comfortable, timber framed cabins equipped with a wood stove. The main lodge has running hot water, flush toilets, and showers. It is also used for all meals and socializing. This is a remote camp so please take into consideration that not all amenities are available. There is no wifi or phone service at the lodge. Cell service can be obtained at different points within the concession.
Hunting takes place in the afternoons and evenings. A typical day will begin with waking up and Breakfast being served between 10:00 and 10:30 a.m. everyday. After breakfast guides will prepare for the afternoon hunt to head out shortly thereafter. After hunting for the day you will return to the main lodge for dinner which is usually served between 10 and 11pm.
Home style meals
- Hot Breakfasts could include a variety of eggs, hash browns, pancakes, french toast, sausage, bacon and toast.
- Lunches are bagged. Sandwiches or wraps alongside a variety of snacks.
- Dinners are home style and vary daily.