The Black Bear population in Alberta has been on the rise, and the Peace River area has become a choice destination for clients to find large bears. Timber King offers Black Bear hunting each spring, with each client limited to two bears. Vast and widespread forest that is found across northern Alberta bodes some of the most pristine and untouched habitat that Black Bear thrive in. This creates widespread opportunity for hunters around the globe the chance at a high-success, action-packed Black Bear hunt.
Our spring Black Bear hunts take place in northern Alberta where the farmland meets the seemingly ceaseless forest. The territory is comprised of near-perfect Black Bear habitat, allowing prime conditions for bears to reach maturity and produce multiple opportunities for clients to harvest above average Black Bears. Black bear hunts are offered only in the spring and are baited to give you the best chance at a trophy.
Black Bears in the Peace River Region are typically 6.5+ feet on average, with the larger bears standing 8 feet tall. A hunter looking for an opportunity at a bear with coloring other than black should know that around 15- 25% of bears taken each year will be color phased .
Archery & Rifle hunts are available and all hunts are baited.
The Peace River region, located in the heart of Alberta, Canada, sits along the banks of the Peace River and its confluence with the Smoky River, Heart River, and Pat’s Creek. Approximately 300 miles northwest of Edmonton, the town and its surrounding valley are flanked by the Buffalo Head, Whitemud, and Clear Hills. With the Peace River and its tributaries to numerous lakes and Peace River Wildland Provincial Park, the area has a variety of wetland habitats with marshy, shallow water and aquatic vegetation, including an abundance of available fish. Wildlife in the Peace River region is diverse, including moose, white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, black bear, coyotes and wolves.
When traveling to us your destination is the Edmonton International Airport. All clientele are urged to fly in the day before we pick you up. This allows time for lost luggage, checking rifles and getting settled in at the lodge. We handle all transportation to and from Edmonton. The hunting area is approximately 4 hours northwest of Edmonton international airport.
All of our Black Bear hunts are six full hunting days. Clients can expect to fly into Edmonton two days before the hunt and depart the day after the hunt ends.
May 5-10, 13-18, 21-26, 29-3.
June 6-11, 14-19.