Bear Hunting

The Kamchatka Brown Bear, is one of the largest bear species, (the same species inhabits Kodiak Island in Alaska). The average size of a mature Kamchatka bear is approximately 8.5 feet with a 25-inch skull.


Bear Hunt - Fall

starts August 20

Fall hunt (from August 20) is different from spring. The bears move to the rivers depending the dates of the influx of spawning salmon, crop capacity of berries and cedar nuts. On the spawning creeks hunting takes place mostly during the dark from blinds. The older, smarter and larger t... Read more


Bear Hunt - Spring

April 25th - May 25th

The spring season is from April 25 - May 25. At this time there is usually snow; and you will easily see the tracks of many trophy bears. The hunting is based on a 1 x 1 guide to client ratio which allows for an intimate and intense experience. You and your guide will glass for a... Read more


Moose Hunting

Moose moved onto the upper mainland of the Kamchatka Peninsula over thousands of years. The severe climate conditions, deep snow, shortage of the food stock on the passes did not let the moose naturally move deep down the peninsula. In 1978 specialists of the Regional Hunting Department carried out a project trans... Read more


Kamchatka Bighorn and Snow Sheep

Kamchatka Snow Sheep (it has 2n=52 pairs of chromosomes) is one of the oldest inhabitants of the peninsula. Since ancient times the fine meat of snow sheep was used for food and various household articles were made of its horns. As an object of sport hunting snow sheep became available to foreig... Read more