Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunts
Kamchatka brown bear hunts have very high success rates!
This Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunts Outfitter offers both Spring and Fall Russia Brown Bear hunts on the Kamchatka peninsula. Both hunts are equally good, with different hunting methods.
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These hunts are 14 days with 10 days of hunting. The Outfitter is honest, dependable and works hard. The hunting area is approx. 100×200 miles. There are LOTS of brown bears and hunters have a good opportunity for a 9 foot bear with a realistic chance for a 10 footer!
Spring Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunts:
On the spring Kamchatka Russia Brown Bear Hunting (around the 24th of April), the Outfitter only takes 4 hunters per season and each hunter has his own guide and snow machines (quality American made machines). Ride the snow machines until you find a big track in the snow. It is nice to know the size of the bear before you ever see him.
*Another perk of the spring hunt is a good chance of getting a lynx. Fishing isn’t an option this time of year because the rivers will still be frozen.
Fall Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunts:
The fall hunt (latter part of September) involves walking down salmon streams looking for big brown bears feeding on the fish. This hunt is more physical than the spring hunt.
Fishing is SUPERB this time of year, and many hunters take advantage of the capercaillie hunting this time of year as well. A second bear can be taken for an additional trophy fee.
Accommodations are in a nice camp, but nothing fancy. Camp is located on the Itcha River on the West side of the Kamchatka about mid way up the Peninsula, and loaded with bears. These Russia rivers are full of salmon from break up until freeze up.