Canadian Black Bear Hunts

1-2 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


6 Days, Fully Guided

May - early June

Our six-day, full-service black bear hunts occur in north-central Alberta. While we specialize in spot and stalk hunting, baited hunts are also available.

The wilderness camp experience is available, however most of our guests tend to prefer staying in a nearby hotel. This is a leisurely hunt with very high odds for each hunter to take two bears.

A typical spot and stalk day begins mid-morning with breakfast and hunters travel with their guide along logging and oil & gas roads and trails in search of bears. Once a bear is spotted, a stalk is planned, and the guide and hunter move in for a shot. This hunt takes place in May and early June as the focus is on lush clover and other food sources. Various color phases are prevalent in our area.

Spot & Stalk and Baited hunts available. Both are priced the same.

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License & Allocation Fee


Your Host

undefined's Trip

Kevin W

As professional outfitters and guides, through our family owned and operated business we’ve been providing world-class full-service hunts since 2001. In fact, Kevin has been a big game guide since 1992. Both licensed guides, we take great pride in helping you, our guests, achieve your goals in the outdoors.

from $4950/Day

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

$385.00 Per Person


Base Price

$4950.00 Per Person Per Day


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Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Airport Pickup / Drop-off
  • Food & Lodging
  • Experienced Local Guides
  • Transportation
  • Field Care



Gear List

  • Weapon (rentals available) + Ammo
  • License + Documentation
  • Hunting Gear
  • Spare Clothes + Personal Items

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Rules & Guidelines


● Pick-up/drop-off at Edmonton International Airport, full guide service, food & lodging, transportation during the hunt, field care of meat and trophies

Not included:

● License and allocation fee, Federal Goods & Services tax (GST), taxidermy, game processing & associated packaging/shipping, guide/cook gratuities, flights or other transportation to/from Alberta

Arrival & Departure

Unless guests travel in their own vehicle, all flights will be to and from the Edmonton International Airport (YEG). When traveling into Canada either by air or ground, you will:

  • be required to clear through Canadian Customs.
  • need to present identification in the form of a Passport; keep this accessible. A passport is a requirement for entering Canada and returning to the USA.
  • be asked several questions about the purpose of your trip, the length of your stay, where you live, who you are hunting with, and so on. We recommend having written verification (i.e. your hunt contract or letter of confirmation), to verify your destination.
  • be required to declare all alcohol, tobacco and firearms.

Alberta License Information

Wildlife Identification Number (WiN)

All anglers and hunters must have an Active Wildlife Identification Number (WiN) before purchasing any license, wildlife certificate or draw application. The 10 digit number confirms eligibility for a license within seconds. The same WiN is used to purchase both hunting and fishing licenses.

WiN card activation requires a one-time $8.00 CAD ($6.38 USD) fee (plus GST).

Wildlife Certificate

Residents and nonresidents will also need a Wildlife Certificate, which can be purchased if you activate your WiN online or at any retailer.

License Fees:

Resident (CAD)

  • Black Bear License: $163.90

Nonresident (USD)

  • Black Bear License: $147.46

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