Wyoming Baited Bear Hunt
This Premier Outfitter offers top notch bear hunts in some of the most pristine game rich bear country Wyoming has to offer in the Springtime! With high success and excellent bear density, this hunt has become an annual tradition for many. Our Wyoming Bear camp is unique with Horseback riding, and a remote area.
There is nothing quite like relaxing for a week in bear camp!
- True Wyoming Experience!
- 95% success year after year
- High color phase density
- Baited or Spot-and-stalk hunting
- Over-the-counter tags
- Rifle or Archery
More Resources for this Hunt
- Lodging and Accommodations
- Gear List
- Travel Information
- Read Hunt Reports and Outfitter Reviews
- Photo Gallery
- Booking Your Trip
Lodging and Accommodations
Our Wyoming camps are our same base camps used for the Trophy Mule Deer & Elk Camps in the fall time.
- Wall tents are set up on elevated & leveled wood platforms along with real beds for clients comfort.
- Although just a step below a cabin, our operations liked to keep the traditional rustic feel while in the backcountry.
- All meals are Home Cooked style and prepared by our Outfitters experience Camp Chef! Nobody goes hungry in bear camp or leaves lighter than they came!
- Enjoy hearty breakfasts everyday and high quality full course meals at the end of a night.
“If you’re not having fun in Bear Camp, you’re doing it wrong!”
The days are pretty laid back in Bear Camp. Average day starts with a big home cooked hearty breakfast prepared by your camp chef while guides are tending to baits and trail camera’s. After lunch Hunters & Guides will head out on Horseback to go sit the Baits for the evenings. Occasionally Hunters & Guides will sit full days or mornings if a bear is on a different pattern, however more often than not the biggest and most mature bears are taken in the evenings.
All hunts are based on a “Sunday-Saturday” schedule, arriving on Sunday and departing on Saturday with five full days of hunting.
For those flying to Wyoming:
- You will want to fly to Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) where optional Airport pickup is available by request.
- Or rent a vehicle and drive the breathtaking one and a half our drive south to Alpine Wyoming before heading into Camp.
- Recommended to schedule your flight arriving the afternoon prior to your first hunt day and departing the afternoon after your last hunt day.
For those driving to Wyoming:
- You will want to drive to Alpine, Wyoming and plan to arrive in town the afternoon prior to your first hunt day to meet up with your Guide and head into Bear Camp.
Travel Home and Meat Care
- Clients will be responsible for their bear after guide assists with checking in with Game & Fish in town.
- It is recommended to have a tentative plan in advance if you would like to bring meat & trophy home with you.
- There are local taxidermist & meat processing options available.
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Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- Professional Guiding.
- Field care of game harvested.
- Wall tent based accommodations.
- Horseback transportation during the hunt.
- Optional Airport pickup.
- Required license & tags.
- Travel to & from Wyoming.
- Staff gratuities. *While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and guides often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip a hunting guide.
- Meat processing & taxidermy fees.
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any hunt.
When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.
If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you. Remember, our service is free to you. There are no added costs.