Amur Brown Bear hunting in Russia
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Amur Brown bear (Ursus arctos lasiotus) is also known as Black Grizzly because of its almost black color. In Russia they are found along the Amur River region and in Sakhalin Island. Amur Brown Bear runs between seven and eight and a half feet bears taken. Russian bear hunting is perfect with very high chances for success.
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The season is from April 25 to May 20 and from September 1 to September 30.
Brown Bear hunting tips
In spring bears are typically congregated in areas where the first green grass shoots appear. They are hunted by spot and stalk, and also by baiting. Considerable walking is necessary. Fall Russian brown bear hunts are done on boat, foot, or by spotting and stalking while observing active salmon streams, berry patches and feeding areas. You may be taken for a few days to a temporary cabin with the specific goal of hunting a particular animal or area.
Hunting Base Camps
You are accommodated in a hunting house. All camps are equipped with stoves, beds, outdoor shower cabin. You find good food and service. One interpreter per camp is provided for the whole trip.
How to get there
The most convenient way to Khabarovsk goes via Moscow. Our crew meets you at the airport upon arrival to Moscow and assists through the customs. If there is no opportunity to fly to Khabarovsk the same day, we take you to the hotel for overnight. Next day you fly to Khabarovsk, and then travel to camp by car and by boat.
Weather in Russia
During daylight hours in April/May the temperature is 50-60°F / 10-15°C with frost at night. In September weather is normally sunny with occasional showers and with day time highs of 60-70°F/ 15-20°C, with lows of 40-50°F / 5 +10°C.