I'm looking for a good but not to expensive hunt in canada. Anyone hav any recommendations?
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Fri, 2010-09-03 13:35
bear hunt in canada
Mon, 2010-09-06 18:02#1
I went with a great outfit
I went with a great outfit last spring, but first off what is a resonable price?
Mon, 2010-09-06 20:58#2
I hoping for $5000 or less.
I hoping for $5000 or less.
Mon, 2010-09-06 21:18#3
You might want to send these
You might want to send these folks a email and check them out. I have no idea of prices but they look like they know their business.
Tue, 2010-09-07 08:50#5
For that kind of budget, you
For that kind of budget, you could do a couple of hunts even if you fly. Good luck
Tue, 2010-09-07 09:03#6
I was looking at doing one at
I was looking at doing one at jim shockey's place but it was almost $10,000 just for a bear.
Tue, 2010-09-07 09:47#7
Yea, that's paying for
Yea, that's paying for privilege to be in the same company as Jim Shockey, not bear hunting per say. I'd like to hunt with Jim but that's kind of a steep price to pay.
Tue, 2010-09-07 09:52#8
Yea 10 grand for a bear is
Yea 10 grand for a bear is just insane, We have pretty darn good bear hunting in oregon, i just havent found what I'm lookin for yet. I've always wanted to hunt canada
Tue, 2010-09-07 19:29#9
Numbnutz, I went with
Numbnutz, I went with Timberlost Outfitting bsed out of Leoville, SK http://www.timberlostoutfitting.com
They are a top notch outfit, they have an 88000 acre bear lease and only harvest 15-20 bears/year. Deven (owner) is just getting this bear outfit going, purchased it from a good friend (his wife actually), who died unexpectedly at a young age. Deven, his dad Tom and camp guide/cook Dustin know thier stuff and do whatever they can to get you your bear. The most bear I saw in one sitting was 10, they have lots of stands with none closer than two miles, numerous cameras and no shortage of bait. You will fly into Saskatoon and they pick you up there (I drove as I am from ND), you than drive for about 2 1/2 hours to Otter Creek Camp and from there it is about 1 1/2 hours by atv to the camp. It is very remote but you have all the amenities of home.
They charge $2,850.00, this does not include your fishing license which was $75.00, they do have a nice pike lake and two boats right at the base camp. Three squares a day and the food is unbelievably good. If you want a quality hunt, I would not hesitate to contact them and at least visit.
You mentioned Shocky, Tom has actually spent some time with him!
Check out this site http://www.timberlostoutfitting.com/bear2010.html my bear is the center one in row three (Pat's Bear) and my video interview is the one on the left in row two of the videos section.
If you have any questions at all feel free to email me and I will help if I can. Good Luck in your quest!