July 16, 2010, Newsletter Issue #119: Bear Hunting in Canada

Tip of the Week

Western Canada promises a successful black bear hunt. The low human population, untouched wilderness, and lack of political interference make the prairie province the best location for bear hunting in Canada. All bear hunting in Canada must be organized by a licensed outfitter, even in remote areas.

Review the Boone and Crockett or Pope and Young record books to find where the trophy bears were taken last year. Bear hunting in Canada varies through the different regions. Quebec and British Columbia offer the largest populations, but they are hunted frequently. British Columbia is the best place for grizzly bear hunting. The prairies and northern areas have lower bear populations, but the chances of bagging a trophy are increased.

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