If you want to sit in one spot for 10 hours a day and hunt bears over a pile of jelly donuts, go to Alberta, Saskatchewan, or a Western State that allows baiting. If you want to spot and stalk the world’s largest black bears in pristine country, give us a call.

Our bear hunts are spot and stalk adventures in beautiful mountain terrain. TrueHunts has nothing against baiting bears on an ethical or game management level. Bears are at “problem” population levels almost everywhere, and baiting is a cost effective way to kill big bears. It’s just not our style.

TrueHunts is unmatched when it comes to bear hunting in the Western States and British Columbia. Black bear hunting is one of the most underrated hunts in North America, but hunt quality is more variable than any other species. There is no “standard” black bear hunt. Even if you break it down between hound hunts, spot/stalk, and bait you can have completely different service levels, bear density, and bear quality all at the same price point from different guides/outfitters.

We have chosen the areas we book, guide, and hunt bears in from experience.  Cliff has spent time during bear season in all these areas, in addition to dozens of other bear areas. We are talking thousands of hours in due diligence. If a spring area doesn’t continue to produce close to 100% opportunity at 6-7ft+ bears, we don’t hunt it. Same goes for our fall options at 75% opportunity for trophy bears.

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Northern Coastal Mountains of British Columbia

  • May through June. Sunday Pickup/Drop-off. 6 full days of hunting.
  • Wall Tent Camp and Camp Cooking
  • Generator power, running water, camp shower
  • Early May more focused on hunting avalanche chutes
  • Later hunts through Mid-June focused on glassing logging cut blocks
  • Great hunt for a mixed group in terms of fitness, hunting experience, etc…
  • $4,000 per hunter 2×1 guided. $5,000 per hunter 1×1 guided
  • Corporate/Group Package – Includes Trip Leader Service (described below) – 4 Hunters at $17,500 or 6 Hunters at $26,000
  • Second bear can be harvested for a $1,600 fee
  • Tags, Licenses and Conservation Fees run roughly $750
  • When comparing to other hunts, it is important to consider all transportation from YVR (Vancouver) is includedce
  • Close to a 100% success rate hunt

Area Details

The only other black bear habitat comparable to this area and our Southern Coastal area is on Vancouver Island, for double the cost. We hunt the same type of large coastal black bear.

The opportunity to observe Grizzly Bears, Mountain Goats, Wolves, Roosevelt Elk and other wildlife abounds.

Hunting is done by 4×4 on logging roads, day hiking avalanche slides and glassing harvested timber blocks.

Camp is a comfortable wall tent and camp trailer setup located in the northern half of the bear hunting area. We have running water, a shower, wall tent kitchen, grill and power via a generator. Staff has separate living quarters. Guests have quite a bit of privacy relative to most remote camp setups.

The area is a 5 hour drive north of Vancouver and covers over 1,000 square miles. Most of the territory is accessible by logging road and 4×4. Most of the hunting area consists of the rugged coastal mountains that Southern BC is known for. Resident pressure is limited in the area. Harvested timber blocks in the low valleys and avalanche shoots provide exceptional black bear habitat.

Early on in our years of spot and stalk black bear hunting we learned that this area is the epicenter of big bears. Most bears are jet black but the more inland areas will produce 30%+ color. Because of the longer growing season and incredible habitat provided by fir and spruce forests, these bears get big and get big at a young age.

Southern Coastal Mountains of British Columbia

  • May through June. Friday Pickup/Drop-off. 1 afternoon and 5 full days of hunting.
  • Wall Tent Camp and Camp Cooking
  • Camp shower
  • Early May more focused on hunting avalanche chutes
  • Later hunts through Mid-June focused on glassing logging cut blocks
  • Great hunt for guests of varying fitness levels, hunting experience, etc…
  • Almost all hunts are guided by outfitter that owns the area
  • Limited to 1-2 hunters per week
  • $5,000 per hunter 2×1 guided. $5,450 per hunter 1×1 guided
  • Youth from 10-16 years old can hunt with family member for no hunt fee (cost of tags/licenses only) 
  • Second bear can be harvested for a $2,500 fee
  • Tags, Licenses and Conservation Fees run roughly $750
  • When comparing to other hunts, it is important to consider all transportation from YVR (Vancouver) is included.
  • Close to a 100% success rate hunt

Area Details

This area is in the heart of Southern British Columbia’s coastal mountains. It’s incredible bear habitat and once of the most scenic spots in North America. Our partner that owns the area keeps annual hunter numbers low (less than 2 per week) and harvests monster bears. True 7’+ foot squared hides and 19″+ skulls common.

The opportunity to observe Wolves, Roosevelt Elk and other wildlife abounds. Hunting is done by 4×4 on logging roads, day hiking avalanche slides and roads and glassing harvested timber blocks.

Camp is a comfortable wall tent setup. Individual wall tents for guests with wood stoves, raised wood floors and bunks. An outdoor camp shower is provided. Guests have quite a bit of privacy relative to most remote camp setups.

The area is a 4 hour drive from Vancouver. Early on in our years of spot and stalk black bear hunting we learned that this area is the epicenter of big bears. Most bears are jet black but the more inland areas will produce 30%+ color. Because of the longer growing season and incredible habitat provided by fir and spruce forests, these bears grow huge.

Our partner in this area is a huge proponent of youth hunting, and offers an amazing opportunity for you to take a youth member of your family on a world-class hunt for only the cost of tags/licenses.

Interior Mountains of British Columbia

  • May through June. 5 full days of hunting
  • Most camps are cabin lodging with hot showers, generator power, and home cooked meals. Some of the more remote camps are wall tent camps.
  • Spot and stalk hunts in logged clear cuts, logging roads, south facing slopes and mountain valleys
  • Great hunt for guests of varying fitness levels, hunting experience, etc…
  • Most bears harvested will square 6-7′
  • $4,000 per hunter 2×1 guided. $5,000 per hunter 1×1 guided
  • Corporate/Group Package – Includes Trip Leader Service (described below) – 4 Hunters at $17,500 or 6 Hunters at $26,000
  • Second bear can be harvested for a $750 fee
  • Tags, Licenses and Conservation Fees run roughly $750
  • Transportation pickup/drop-off from Prince George is not included in the hunt fee. Transportation pickup/drop-off from Prince George can be arranged for $200 per hunter
  • Close to a 100% success rate hunt

Area Details

Our interior British Columbia area out of Prince George is managed for massive bears through restricted harvest in a vast guide territory. Unlike the coast and coastal  mountains, the growing season is shorter and the winter is harsh. Bears are big here because they are allowed to get old. Many territories in this part of BC are over hunted, because the outfitters try to harvest the same number of bears as their southern neighbors. That is not the case with our area. Color phase is over 50% of the bears.

The accommodations here vary based on camp, from a comfortable lodge to wall tent setups like our coastal mountain areas. Fishing can also be phenomenal, an added bonus.

The opportunity to observe Moose, Lynx, Wolves and other wildlife abounds. Hunting is done by 4×4 on logging roads, day hiking roads and glassing harvested timber blocks.

Colorado Wilderness

  • September 2nd through 15th. 5 full days of hunting
  • World-class lodge and home cooked meals
  • Spot and stalk hunts in canyons, south facing slopes, berry patches, and river bottoms
  • $4,000 per hunter 1×1 guided
  • Tags and Licenses run around $400
  • No transportation is included

Area Details

Our fall option in Colorado is a horseback wilderness hunt. The hunt is done out of a beautiful lodge at the edge of the wilderness area with warm showers and home cooked meals. Hunters must be willing to ride up to 3-6 hours per day. Out of all of our bear hunts, this hunt’s success is the most sensitive to the hunter being in decent shape. The high elevation and long hours on a horse can be tough on some folks.

The September bear season is an easy to draw rifle tag, but you must apply. Archery tags are over the counter. We have an abundant bear population that is accessible during the first two weeks of September. On rifle hunts we average above 90% shot opportunity. Archery is around 60%. These hunts will take place at elevations between 8,500-11,500. This is a unique spot-and-stalk, horseback hunt.

50% of the bears harvested will be color phase bears.

The opportunity to observe Elk, Mule Deer, Moose, and other wildlife abounds. Hunting is all done in a road-less designated wilderness area.

Trip Leader Add-On Service

True Hunts will add an additional full-time staff member to any hunt (outside of the hunt package guides/staff) for $450 per day. These experts know the areas/species well, help guide hunters, deal with logistics of the hunt/travel, know professional taxidermy preparation and are an onsite resource to monitor quality control. This service is a huge plus for groups that don’t want to worry about the logistical details of a hunt or individuals that want that “edge” added to their hunt.

Pricing and Payment Details

  • All fees must be paid in U.S. funds: Checks via certified mail. Credit Cards are accepted from corporate invoiced groups only. Cash and money order are the only accepted payment for final payments received at the hunt location.
  • 50% deposit due at booking. Final 50% due before April 15th for all Spring hunts and August 15th for all Fall hunts.
  • Tips are appreciated for good service. 5-15% of the total trip cost is typical if you are happy with your guide and service.
  • Most of our hunt packages do not include cost of taxidermy, meat processing, shipping costs, travel to/from hunt area, tags/taxes/licenses, and other services not specifically described in the hunt contract.

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Frequent Questions

  • Is TrueHunts a booking agent on Canadian hunts?
    • All of our British Columbia hunts are operated via partnering Canadian outfitters. We are paid as booking agents. Cliff and crew do hold a schedule during the Spring bear season in Canada, but they are not present at every hunt (with the exception of corporate/group hunts that pay for the additional service). However, if we aren’t in the hunt area during your hunt, we still walk every hunter through the process of hunting in BC and coordinate the details with our partners prior to your trip.
  • Why hunt bears in British Columbia?
    • This is akin to asking why hunt mule deer in Colorado or why whitetail in Alberta. At some point, every hunter should hunt bears in their ideal habitat where they reach the apex of the specie’s potential. BC is that area. Mild climate combined with abundant food sources and a long growing season grows more, and consistently larger, bears than anywhere else. Combined with the perfect topography for spot and stalk mountain hunting, and you end up with the planet’s best black bear hunt.
  • Archery or Rifle?
    • This is an awesome hunt for bowhunters. BC bear hunts are one of the few fair-chase mountain hunts where an archer can expect at least one stalk per day, sometime 2-3. This is one of the most economical ways for a fair-chase archer to build his mountain spot and stalk skills. Like archers, rifle hunters will likely have multiple opportunities to harvest a bear during their hunt. Mountain shooting skills are a must, with angled shots and varying ranges the norm. We appreciate having both archers and rifle hunters. You are also welcome to try your hand at both during your hunt.

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Wilderness Hunting Fire Building

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A practical look at building fires in emergency situations during a wilderness hunt.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

Hunting Knife Overview

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A quick look at the types of knives I use for guiding mountain hunts. I cover Kestrel's knives, Cutco's Double-D, Havalon, and Razorlight options.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