OurBlack Bear Trophy Hunts in Northern Albertaare a "must do" with a long term average of 7’1” squared hide. 98% of the harvested bears makes the P&Y minimum skull size of 18". The long term skull average has been just over 19" with numerous bears scoring over 20". About 25% of our bear are colored.
The impressive quality of the bear that our camp produces did not happen by chance. It is the result of years of bear population management and selective harvests. With reasonable pressure and good monitoring of the bear population we have achieved an incredible healthy population of P&Y bear.
Quality Bear Camp
You will agree with me that when it comes to bear hunting, the quality of the camp is as important of the quality of the bear.
Well, welcome to our black bear spring camp which is perfectly located along the famous Athabasca River in WMU 531 bordering the Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Operated by seasoned Professional Outfitter Jeremy from Double Diamond Wilderness, the success ratio is guaranteed in a friendly environment combining great food, 2-men outfitters tents with wood stove, a lot of quading and of course, a lot of bear to see every day.
Our Spring camp runs from mid April to the beginning of June.
British Columbia is well-known for the abundant numbers of black bear where sizes range from 6′ and better.
Guided spot and stalk hunts are during the spring and fall season. Baiting bear is not allowed in British Columbia.
During the spring our hunts proceed along de-activated logging roads and clear cuts, where the bears forage for fresh foliage. The fall takes us into higher country where the sugary huckleberry bushes are by the thousands.
During the fall season, black bear can be combined with moose or mountain goat.