Hunting a bear is one of the most exciting experiences of a hunter can go after. Ask any hunter and they’ll claim the experience is like no other. The tracking and stalking of a bear is just as much fun as actually getting one. However, before and on the hunt you’ll need to make sure you follow all hunting safety regulations and hunting laws in that region. You need to make sure you have the right licenses and permits;it can make you be jailed if you do not have it.
If possible, on your first bear hunting trip you can take someone with experience. This will help educate you more and also help improve your chance of catching a bear. You’ll never find a bear in the wild, it can happen, but the odds are far against your favor. You’ll need to find an area that a bear is using for foraging or lodging. Our bear hunting guide and tips can help you determine if a bear is using a specific area in the wild.
You should also make sure you have all the bear hunting equipment. This includes making sure you have the right clothing, supplies, etc. Being ill prepared in the wild can have negative consequences; always have a first aid kit available, along with a method of communication. Always make sure someone knows when you’re leaving, where you’ll be hunting and when you’ll be back. This way if something happens and you don’t return they can report you missing to the proper authorities.