Idaho Wolf, Black Bear Fishing Combo
This is a very unique hunting and fishing opportunity.
This is a special time to hunt both in the River of No Return Wilderness. Early September is an excellent time to call wolves in and the weather is typically nice enough to travel and camp comfortably in wolf country.
This is a also a two bear area. Early September finds many of the bears eating the berries along the creek. Typically the best way to harvest a bear is to keep your rifle handy while enjoying the fantastic trout fishing on Big Creek. All other bear hunting is done spot and stalk or incidental to your other activities, no baiting.
- Walk and wade fishing for Cutthroat, Rainbow, Steelhead, Bull Trout and more.
- Hunting Season: Wolf and Black Bear seasons open annually on Aug 30.
- Opportunity Rates: Wolf hunting is one of the toughest kinds of hunts there is. You may not get an opportunity, and if you do, make the most of it. That said, this outfitter is one of the best around at finding wolves for his clients.
- Success Rates: This is a constantly changing hunt from year to year so success rates are hard to predict. This is a hunt for highly physically fit hunters looking for an adventure. If success is all that is important then this hunt is not for you.
- Trophy Quality: We consider any wolf to be a trophy, but there are a lot of big old wolves running around Idaho. The chance at a “good” one is high. An added bonus for Idaho wolf hunting is the high number of black wolves.
- Accommodations will vary from traditional wall tent camp to a light weight mobile horse back camp.