Tag a bear this fall season and enjoy an outdoor experience unlike any other. Here are our five tips for making the most of a guided bear hunt in BC.
If you’re finding that your knowledge of this animal is not up to par here is some lingo for new BC black bear hunters.
By introducing your child or children to the experience of hunting from an early age, you establish a sense of outdoorsmanship in them that can last a lifetime.
Today’s post will offer three examples of black bear evidence hunters commonly overlook, and discuss how to treat these signs as a surefire way to know a black bear is in the area.
Respect for black bears requires an understanding of their colossal strength. Caution is essential. Black bears in BC are unlikely to attack unless wounded or threatened
Batnuni Lake Guides & Outfitters offers a robust population of black bears as well as color-phased bears, making your hunting trip a diverse and memorable experience
With a healthy black and colour-phase bear population, our region of Canada is an epic place to tag a giant black bear with spot and stalk hunting.
Before you book with an outfitter, consider this checklist for choosing one that will strive to deliver a remarkable BC bear hunting trip.
Spot-and-stalk success is a heart-pounding experience that keeps hunters of all experience levels returning for our BC black bear guided hunts again and again.
No hunting method ensures a more rewarding and respectful experience than spot-and-stalk. We call it the truest form of BC black bear hunting.
Seasoned hunting guides know to have a safe and successful BC black bear hunting experience, a strong understanding of black bear behavior is essential
The theory for black bear coloration is that the high population of cinnamon, blonde, and brown black bears in BC is from the need for camouflage in barren terrain.