About The Hunt

Although the Spring bear hunt officially starts the middle of April, our first hunt is in the middle of May. The reason for this, is because there is still too much snow in the woods for proper baiting and a lot of bears are not out of their dens in April. The average adult black bear weighs anywhere from 300-600 pounds.

Approximately 30 sites are maintained. These baits are started three weeks prior to the hunt and re-baited daily. All baits are located within 20 miles radius of the camps. We also encourage the hunter who has a four wheeler to bring it along to participate and travel with the guide daily to visit all bear bait sites. 


There is a limit of 9 hunters/week


We are located in the top county for success!
85% Success Rate
100% Sightings


Spring Bear Season:
Rifle, Compound, Long or Cross Bow
May & June
Fall Bear Season:
Rifle, Compound, Long or Crossbow
The best small mouth bass fishing in North America is available at no extra charge



With the purchase of a Bear licence, you can also hunt Coyote (No Limit)



  • Bear skinning, processing (double wrapped), and cold storage
  • all-terrain vehicles for camp use
  • approximately 30 ladder stands
  • self-climbing stands

Young Hunters

16- and 17-year-old hunters are eligible to purchase:

~Non-Resident Bear Licence.

16 and 17 year-olds must show proof of:

~A Firearm Safety/Hunter Education course if hunting with a gun and proof of two year’s hunting experience at the time of licence pick up and while hunting.

~A stand alone Bow Hunter Education course or a previous bow hunting licence as proof of bow hunting experience, if hunting with a bow or crossbow, and proof of two years hunting experience at the time of licence pick up and while hunting.16- and 17-year-olds must be accompanied by:

~An adult holder of a Bear Licence, with two years experience hunting bear.

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