Hunt Brown Bear in Russia

Rifle Only 1x1 ONLY $13,900 PER HUNTER

2023 / 2024

Hunt Brown Bear in Russia!

ONLY $13,900!

NOTE: Due to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, we have suspended booking these hunts until a peace agreement is reached. We will resume bookins once a peace agreement has been reached.

9 Full Hunting Days in Kamchatka

Trophy Fee Included for:

  • 1 – Brown Bear

Hunt Package Includes:

  • Meet and Greet at Moscow Airport
  • Transportation from the Petropavlovsk Airport to the Hunting Area
  • Accommodation and Food
  • Services of an English-Speaking Professional Guide
  • Trophy Care and Packing for Shipment

Add $400 Formalities Package for:

  • Invitation
  • Firearms Import / Export Permit
  • International Veterinary Certificate

Add $200 for CITES Tag

So the all-in price with a CITES tag is $14,100!

A second bear may be taken for an additional trophy fee of $6,000 and $500 for a second CITES tag.

The $500 second CITES tag must be paid in advance and is non-refundable

2023 Season Dates:

Spring - April-May (Snowmobile)

This is your chance to hunt for brown bears in the best brown bear hunting area In Russia which is also one of the best brown bear hunting areas in the world. The brown bears found on the Kamchatka peninsula average 8.5 – 9+ft with two to three clients taking bears over 10’ each year.  In recent years, this outfitter has had a very high success rate for brown bears, but this hunting is subject to the weather and melting snows in the spring can affect success rates. 

Big Russian Brown Bear TrophyNice trophy Kamchatka brown bear

Why take a chance on an unsuccessful Alaskan Brown Bear hunt when you can be assured of better odds of taking a trophy brown bear while experiencing the Russian hunting trip of a lifetime?

Kamchatka Spring Bear Hunting Methods

This hunt is done on foot by using a snowmobile to travel great distances looking for the tracks of a large bear. Once a suitable-sized bear track is found, the tracks will be followed until the trophy potential of the bear can be assessed. Then the bear will be stalked either on foot, snowshoes, or skis until a suitable shot presents itself. Your guide will drive the snowmobile and you will ride in a sled behind him.  Warm clothing is essential for this hunt.

After May 10, the snow starts to melt and the hunt shifts to camps on the Okhotsk seacoast where hunting is more on foot and a boat is used for spotting the bears.


During the spring, daylight temperatures range from 32-40° F and from 22-32° F during the nighttime.


The outfitter has many areas and camps that are used for the spring brown bear hunt in Russia. These accommodations vary from modest camps in the mountains to “luxury” wooden houses. All of the camps are clean, warm, and comfortable. Every house is equipped with stoves and every camp has a Russian sauna where you can take a bath after the hunt.

There is a professional cook in each camp so you can enjoy some fine Russian cuisine.There is a taxidermist to take first-class care of your trophy.

Late Winter Hunt Itinerary

Day 1        Arrival in Moscow, Flight to Petropavlovsk

Day 2        Arrival in Petropavlovsk, transfer to the hunting area

Day 3-11    9 Hunting Days

Day 12      Return to Petropavlovsk, Overnight at Hotel

Day 13       Fly from Petropavlovsk to Moscow, Overnight or fly home


The most reliable way to get to Petropavlovsk is to fly via Moscow.  You will be met by the outfitter’s representative at the airport and assisted through customs. Then you will be taken to your hotel, or transferred to the domestic airport for your flight to Petropavlovsk.  This is a 9-hour non-stop flight.  In Petropavlovsk, you will be met at the airport and then transferred to the hunting camp.


As the flight to Petropavlovsk leaves from Sheremetyevo International Airport the outfitter recommends you stay at the Park Inn which is close to the airport. That way you avoid the lengthy delays that are always possible with the heavy traffic in Moscow. The Park Inn is just 30 minutes away from the center of the city if you use the rapid train.The train station is only 200 yards away from the hotel.

In Petropavlovsk, the outfitter recommends the “Petropavlovsk” hotel ( which is comfortable and very convenient for the itinerary that is planned.


A 50% deposit is required to reserve your hunt date.  Final payment is due 60 days prior to the hunt starting date.


If the hunt is canceled more than 365 days prior to the hunt starting dates the deposit will be refunded less a 30% administration fee and all expenses already incurred.

If the hunt is canceled between 365-181 days prior to the hunt starting date the deposit will be refunded less 50% of the paid amount but not less than $2,000 per hunting client handling fee.

If the hunt is canceled 180 days or less prior to the hunt starting date, the total cost of the hunt is forfeited, unless the hunt is re-sold.  If the hunt is re-sold, 70% of the paid amount will be refunded.

EXCLUSIONS: Visa, International Flights, Airline tickets from Moscow – Petropavlovsk, Hotels, and Meals before and after the hunt, Excess luggage Fees, Sightseeing, Additional Hunting Days, Non-hunter Fee, Additional Trophies, Taxidermy, Shipping of Trophies, Personal Items, Gratuities to the Professional Hunter and Staff, Formalities Package ($400), CITES TAG ($200)

Hunt # - RU-Spring Bear

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