CMO Bear Hunts
Bear Hunt Information
We chase four general species of bears around the world. Brown, Black, Grizzly and Polar bears can be found spread across the northern hemisphere. Any bear, anywhere presents a grand adventure and any mature bear is a trophy. If you're a bear hunter you already know this, if you haven't hunted bears beware these omnivores will get into your blood.
When & Where To Hunt
There may be more ways and places to hunt bears than any other animal. You can hunt bears with hounds, from stands, over bait, spot and stalk, in the spring, in the fall. Ranging from Arizona to the Arctic ice and from Kamchatka to Canada to Alaska to Europe and far beyond bears will leave you wanting more.
We work with a myriad of Outfitters in Alaska, Canada, Russia and Europe to assure you can get the hunt YOU want. From archery black bear over bait to tracking Nanuq on the arctic ice pack in a dog sled. Spring hunts for all species are traditionally April to June and Fall seasons tend to be late August to November. Do you want a big Kodiak bear or a Kamchatkan adventure? Maybe a spot and stalk black bear from a logging road in British Columbia or a Eurasian bear from Southeastern Europe? Do you have a dream bear or bear hunt?
What to Expect
Bear hunting is said to be 95% boredom and 5% sheer terror. On a typical bear hunt (almost any species or locale) you'll spend a great deal of time either getting to the target or acquiring the target. Bear hunts really begin when you get close enough to start the final stalk, it's usually around this time you remember you're chasing something that can chase you back.
Bear hunts will test your mental capacity, physical fortitude and your gear. From mind numbing cold to mosquitoes that will put you in an asylum; any bear hunt has the potential to be the toughest hunt you'll ever encounter.