British Columbia Grizzly Bear, Moose Combo Hunts
Some of the best grizzly bear hunting in British Columbia.
British Columbia grizzly bear hunts for trophy-sized bears in the famous Toad River and Kechika River drainages of the Northern Rockies. (Region 7)
British Columbia grizzly bear hunts can be also be a combo hunt with moose, and we recommend it. There are lots of moose in the area.
The grizzly bears in our area are very large with all the ungulates for them to feed on. We have in the past harvested some of the biggest bears that region 7 has to offer with bear hides squaring 7.5ft to 9ft and skulls scoring 24 B&C to 25 3/4 B&C. We will only harvest boar grizzly bears and we will not let a hunter shoot a lone bear if we feel it is a sow.”
British Columbia grizzly bear hunts takes place from mid September through early October.
You will be spending a lot of time glassing. This is a classic spot-and-stalk, trophy grizzly bear hunt that is guided 1-on-1 to increase your opportunity for success.
The grizzly bears in region 7 are very large, squaring 7.5ft to 9ft and skulls measuring 24 B&C to 25 3/4 B&C.
The weather for these grizzly bear hunts can be snow, rain or sometimes pleasant Indian summer, so dress accordingly.
This grizzly hunting area is located on the the famous Toad River, Gataga River, and Kechika river drainages. The base camp is located 120 miles west of Fort Nelson at mile 419 Alaska Highway. Once you arrive at base camp, horses will be used for transportation.
On these British Columbia mountain grizzly bear hunts you will stay in either cabins or wall tents with heaters.
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