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Brown bear hunting in Alaska

Alaskan brown bear hunting attracts visitors from all over the world and hunting trips along the Alaskan coast are especially popular since these bears grow really large. One example of popular Brown bear hunting region in Alaska is the Bristol Bay region where brown bear hunting is permitted eight months a year. The bag limit is also comparatively generous in this region of Alaska. Spring and autumn are the most popular hunting seasons.

The autumn season is when the brown bears are at their heaviest weight, since they have spent the warm summer feeding on salmon. The summer season also brings plenty of herbivore food for the brown bears, including sweet berries. Brown bear hunting in Alaska during the autumn is also popular since it can be combined with moose hunting and/or caribou hunting.

If you wish to obtain a high-quality hide from your brown bear hunting the spring season is a better choice than the autumn. During spring, the brown bear will usually sport a full, dense winter coat with long thick hair. The claws will be heavy and sharp. The spring season will typically start in late March and continue until early May.

Brown bear hunting in Russia

Russia is home to a big and thriving Brown bear population and encompasses a Brown bear habitat that stretches all the way from the Finnish border in Europe to the Pacific Ocean in Asia. Estimations show that there are at least 100,000 Brown bears living in Russia and the population is considered stable.

Brown bear hunting in Russia takes place in three distinct regions: the European North-West, the Central and Southern Siberia, and the Pacific Coast. In the European North-West the spring brown bear hunting begin on April 20 and lasts until May 10. In this part of Russia, the density of the bear population varies from year to year. A common hunting method during spring brown bear hunting involves placing high stands over bait. The autumn brown bear hunting season typically starts on August 15 and continues until the end of October. During the autumn hunt, one of the most popular hunting methods use high stands that are located near oat and barley fields. During the last part of the autumn hunt, most hunters prefer to hunt brown bears by stalking or baiting instead.

If you instead go to Central and Southern Siberia for your brown bear hunting, you can expect the spring hunt to involve stalking and glassing over the Siberian hillsides, while the autumn hunt is typically carried out by stalking and baiting. In this part of Russia, brown bears are also hunted using dogs.

Along the Pacific Coast and the Kamchatka region, you can find some of the biggest brown bears in Russia. These brown bears feed chiefly on salmon and just like their Alaskan relatives, the salmon feasting Kamchatka brown bears grow really large. Kamchatka is one of the top brown bear hunting destinations in the country. The Pacific Coast is less famous than the Kamchatka region, but offers you the same chance of catching a really large trophy during your brown bear hunting.

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