Russia is very large country with various fauna where you can find predators such as Eurasian Brown Bear, Siberian Brown Bear, Kamchatka Brown Bear, Amur Brown Bear, Eurasian Lynx, Gray Wolf.
Eurasian Brown Bear (Ursus arctos arctos) is found in Europe from the Ural Mountains westward and also the Asian population of this subspecies is thinly scattered in western Siberia from the eastern foot of the Ural Mountains eastward to the Yenisey River. The Eurasian brown bear is not a large bear but it is bigger than the Mideastern bear. It has a larger skull and darker, more curving claws. The trophy size runs between 7-7,5 feet/2-2,2 m. Occasionally 8-8,5 feet/2,3-2,4 m bear is taken.
We organized this hunts in hunting areas located in Kirov, Vologda, Tver region in Central Russia (European part).
Usually hunting season starts from August 1 to October. Best time is mid August - mid September.
You will arrive to the international Moscow airport. Our PRO interpreter will meet you at the airport and assist you through customs. You will be taken to the hotel or will drive by train the same day to the hunting area.
Usually Bears occur on oat fields from mid-August to October, their activity depends on crop of wild berries and nuts. Evenings and mornings are best. In the evenings you observe field from a high seat; spot and stalk hunting is done normally in the mornings.
Daytime temperature is 45-59° F/+7+15° C, at nighttime is 32-40° F/0+5° C.
Camp and Accommodation
The camps can vary from simple hunting houses to comfortable private houses.
Day 1 Arrival in Moscow, overnight or drive to the hunting area.
Day 2-7 6 days hunt.
Day 8 Departure to Moscow.
Day 9 Departure home.