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2019 Spring Bear Season

Another Successfull spring bear season has come and gone. Congratulations to all of our clients that came out to enjoy what B.C. has to offer. Be sure to check out all the pictures of happy hunters with their bears. A big thanks goes out to all the guides and chef for all their hard work to make this a great season. 


Jeremy Heilskov - Iowa

I had THE Hunt of a Lifetime on my first ever bear hunt with Cody Payne of Lobo Peak Guides and Outfitters.  Cody was patient and gave initial instructions on what to do/expect as we worked to spot and stalk.  He worked diligently to put us on the bears every day, yet not impede on his other guides or the other hunters.  Our days were filled with beautiful scenery, seeing lots of bears, lots of laughs and stories, and fantastic food at camp!  All the guides are great and very helpful.  I ended up with a nice bear my first day of the hunt, and another trophy 7’5” black bear the third day!  If a bear hunt is on your bucket list, I HIGHLY recommend you get up to see Cody and his crew at Lobo Peak!
Jeremy Heilskov - 2017


Black Bear Hunts

Our 5 day spot and stalk black bear hunts can be in spring or fall. There is a high population of bears in our area giving each hunter multiple opportunities in a day to harvest a trophy bear.

In the spring we hunt the farmers fields, south facing slopes and the sides of the logging roads where the grass will be green first. The bears are right out of hibernation and their coats are at their very best.

In the fall we hunt bears in the old clear cuts and in the berry patches where they are eating and trying to fatten up to go into hibernation. Our bears range from 6 - 7 feet nose to tail with some going over 7 feet. We also have a good population of color phase bears.

This hunt can be guided 1 on 1 or 2 on 1 with the option to harvest a 2nd bear and a wolf.