André van Hilten's
Willow Creek Outfitters
Alberta Canada Black Bear Hunting
Spot & Stalk Bear Hunts in Alberta Canada
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2017 Spring Bear Hunt With Willow Creek Outfitters
If you really want to hunt a bear and not just wait for one to show up at a bait come join us on this exciting spot & stalk black bear hunt.
The hunt will take place in the forestry area and private ranchland of the foothills. We will concentrate by hunting old logging slashes, open hillsides and pipelines where the vegetation will green up first. We will access this area using pick-ups and four-wheelers. Hiking will also be required in certain areas to get to a good vantage point to glass and for the final stalk to get within shooting distance. We will be the only outfitter operating in this hunting area during the spring bear hunting season and only take up to 10 hunters per year. This is fair chase hunting at its finest! We guarantee our tags and no draws are required! Hunters will be limited to one bear in our area.
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We have just finished our 17th season of providing quality, fair chase black bear hunts!
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Glassing and stalking black bears in the foothills of southwestern Alberta is more than just a hunt. It's an experience that leaves a hunter with many vivid memories aside from a successful harvest of a bruin. From soaking up the heat of the afternoon sun or shivering through a spring snow squall, to the adrenaline rush of spotting a bear working his way up the creek bottom below, Nature is showing her best.
We just happened to stumble into a big cinnamon bear on our way back to the truck one evening. Chris and I moved quickly to close the distance as neither of us felt comfortable setting up where we were - it would have been a 400-yard shot. We focused on the bear's body posture as he fed, and moved in single file, gaining ground only when he was facing away from us. At 150 yards, I felt we were pushing our luck and that we should play our hand before our quarry evaporated into the trees. With a perfect broadside shot, Chris took another awesome, colored bear...Read The Full Article