KAMCHATKA TROPHY BROWN BEAR DELUXE LODGE HUNTS

April 23-30, 2019 (8- day hunt)

Join WTA Manager and International Hunting Consultant Jason Berger as he travels to Russia in search of the Kamchatka Brown Bear. This 8 day hunt will be action packed and a must do for any international hunter's bucket list. 

Hunt trophy Brown Bears on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Eastern Russia with one of the most recognized outfitters in international hunting. These first class spring hunts are fully guided 1x1 with experienced guides by use of snow machine and sleds. You and your guide will set out each morning in search of fresh tracks. This time of the year the bears are exiting their dens and looking for food sources and will travel up to 20 miles per day. Once a set of tracks is discovered, and the trophy quality is determined, you will spot and stalk trophy bears via snow shoes or cross country skis. These hunts are physically demanding and hunters have to be prepared for cold harsh conditions. Over the past years, hunters have experienced very high shot opportunities on bears ranging from 8’ to over 9’ square with the occasional bear over 10 feet.

The Kamchatka Brown Bear is very similar to the Coastal Alaskan Brown Bear found in Alaska. The hunting terrain is also very similar to Alaska with endless miles of mountain drainages, tundra, rivers and streams. These hunts are extremely exciting and a great venue for someone looking to expand their international hunting horizons.

Deluxe first class lodge accommodations are provided during your stay. This is one of the only hunts on the Peninsula to offer this quality of lodging and food at one location with private rooms available. These 8 day hunts are the perfect experience to add to any international hunters bucket list. Availability is limited, so give a WTA consultant a call today.   

Itenerary:

April 20 – Arrive Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and overnight at Radisson Blue.

April 21 - Departure from Moscow Aeroflot SU 1730 at 16.45

April 22- Arrival Petropavlovsk at 10 o’clock, helicopter transportation to hunting area

April 23 -30  Hunt

May 1- Departure from hunting area by helicopter to Petropavlovsk, night in hotel

May 2 – Stay in hotel in Petropavlovsk, sightseeing , extra day just in case of bad weather

May 3. - Departure from Petropavlovsk to Moscow Aeroflot  SU 1731 at 12.45 arrival Moscow at 12.20  overnight in Moscow

May 4.  – travel back home

Hunters must arrive Moscow Sheremetyevo airport min 4 hours before flight time to Petropavlovsk

*Itinerary changes may occur due to flight schedule changes. Additional hotel accommodations may occur due to flight changes. Travel Insurance is highly recommended.

Inclusions: 

-Trophy Fee for one Brown Bear

-Helicopter transfer group to and from hunt camp

-meals and lodging at VIP camp

- 1x1 guide

-Snow mobile for each Hunter/Guide with hunter using the sled.

-Import license for rifle

-Cites certificate

Exclusions:

-Commercial airfare to Moscow and Petrapovlosk, Kamchatka

-Russian Visa

-Trophy Shipping

-Gratuities for guide and staff

-Hotels & meals before and after the hunt.

Common Questions & Answers:

Q- Is there electricity at the Lodge “VIP Camp”? 

A- Yes there is electricity at the Lodge 

Q- English speaking guides?

A- There is an interpreter in the camp and main guide speaks Russian/English in  camp. Guides will be mainly Russian but translation available during the evenings. This is very common on international hunts. 

Q- What physical level is this hunt? 

A- They use modern snow mobiles to transport the hunters into the hunting terrain with comfortable sleds. The hunter is taken to ridges lines and hills that overlook the country side. Here you will glass until a bear is spotted then the stalk begins. The terrain is covered in hard packed snow.  Brush is largely covered by snow, so travel is not too difficult.  In some instances, very seldom,  it will be advantageous to use snow shoes, which is supplied by the outfitter. This hunt is not overly physically demanding however weather temperature can be very cold. 

Q- Shot opportunites?

A- Near 100% opportunity on bears over the years, of course in some circumstances bad weather will play a factor in success. Although there are no guarentees,  success is very high and this is one of the best areas in Kamchatka with high population of bears.

Q- Is alcohol included at the lodge

A-  Alcohol beverages are not includeded at the lodge

Q- How many bedrooms are in the lodge, bathrooms etc

A-  There are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, big dining room ant hot spring outside, we have also sauna as well. (2 to 3 hunters per room sharing bathroom. 

 

Special WTA Pricing

$16,000 

 

Availability: 2 -Spots


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