SCI Silver Medal Winner #53!!! Rob Wottlin Fall 2011
BC is well-known for the abundant numbers of black bear, and our area has not been short-changed. These healthy populations will fill your hunts with multiple black bear sightings and stalks. We provide guided black bear hunts during the spring and fall. Hunters looking for good trophies can expect great results; sizes range from 6′ and better. 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 and the scat is purple along with your own tongue. During the fall season, black bear can be combined with moose or mountain goat. Spot and stalk is the main method of hunting; what a rush doing the sneak on an unsuspecting bear!
We have a 10% color phase of blond, cinnamon and black the primary color. Our bear hunts are seven days and hunters stay in comfortable cabins. Black bear hunting in the spring or fall is a great time to enjoy the Cariboo Mountains. It is a relaxed atmosphere; we don’t get up at the crack of dawn as the bears rarely do, so hunters get an excellent sleep and may do some morning fishing. Then after a great lunch, you hunt for the rest of the day. It is a wonderful hunt for couples and father and son groups; a great way to spend time together enjoying each other’s company or just the serene mountain scenery.