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September 2nd - September 6th, 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

September 9th - September 13th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

September 16th - September 20th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

September 23rd - September 27th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

September 30th - October 4th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

October 7th - October 11th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

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October 14th - October 18th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

October 21st - October 25th 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

October 28th - November 1st 2019 Available Hunt

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

BOOKING APRIL 2020 BLACK BEAR HUNT

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

BOOKING MAY 2020 BLACK BEAR HUNT

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

BOOKING JUNE 202O BLACK BEAR HUNT

2 CABINS ~ HUNTS AVAILABLE 6 PEOPLE

Black Bear Hunting, New Brunswick CANADA

Spring & Fall Canada Black Bear Hunts

Hunts include: 5 days, 6 nights accommodation, catered meals, experienced guide service and housekeeping. Additional (weather permitting): Boil the Kettle Experience to take place with Willis himself.

  • Price: $2,875.00 CND Tax Included
  • 2nd Bear Price: $800.00 CND (upon success of obtaining 1st bear tag)
  • Bear License: $184.19 CND per license (subject to the availability of non-resident license availability)
  • Non-refundable Deposit: $500.00 with remainder due upon arrival
  • Non-hunters accompanying a hunter can stay for a fee of $250.00 for the duration of the hunt (can remain at lodge or attend hunt)
  • Airport pick-up and delivery: $150 (Bangor, ME; Presque Isle, ME; or Fredericton, NB available)
  • Bear Bag Limit: 1 bear per licence
  • Max license: 2


NB: All hunters must sign waiver/contract prior to hunt. Hunters are able to hunt Coyote on their Bear license

Bell's Outfitter Details and 2019 Dates

Reliable Bear Hunting Outfitter is Willis.  Your adventure starts right here in our own backyard with two generations of outfitting experience wrapped up in one individual... 

  • Our camp is a stunning traditional New Brunswick outfitters lodge, where the lounge is under currently construction to display our local mounts and trophies.  
  • Our breakfasts are hearty and meals are catered and traditional.  
  • Your guides are Willis and Jacqui unless otherwise specified.
  • We are a member of New Brunswick Outfitters Association.
  • We hunt in well populated New Brunswick hunting zones.


2019 SEASON DATES:


Firearm and Bow/Crossbow: April 16th – June 30th

***Our recommendation is between May 15th and the last week of June.


Firearm and Bow/Crossbow:

September 1st – November 4th


Bow/Crossbow ONLY: September 25th – 30th 

What YOU Need To Bring...

  • Bow, Rifle, Muzzle Loader, ammo/arrows, gun/bow case
  • Passport
  • NB Outdoor Card REGISTER HERE
  • Hunting Licence from your home state/province, archery hunters must bring proof of a previous archery only licence/tag to get an archery included licence.
  • Canada Firearms Licence, see links page for access to the Canada Firearms Center
  • Range Finder
  • Insect Protection - clothing/sprays (we suggest Thermo Cell units)
  • Personal Fall Arrest System - no exceptions
  • Camo Clothing - temperature can range from 10 - 25C
  • Waterproof Boots
  • Light tackle angling gear, waders, if you want to do some fishing

What Does A Sample Bear Hunt Look Like?


Black bear in this part of the country is abundant. If you don’t want to harvest a bear right away, you can observe their habits, shiny black coats and offspring at play through photography.


We are located at the mouth of various lakes and rivers with a short driving distance for you to fish or go for wilderness hiking. Evenings with the rest of your party or in camaraderie with others can take place with a starlit night around the bon fire or privately from your cabin porch looking into the woods.


Bait stations and baiting methods have shown a consistent harvest success rate. Willis and Jacqui are your guides well equipped with exceptional woods experience. A hunting trip experience with us becomes a lasting memory and lifetime friendship.


You are treated well with kind hospitality, abundance of food and comfort.


Breakfasts are served between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. with a choice between our continental and menu selections. Jacqui’s signature omelet selections and Willis’ variety in homemade tea biscuits are something for you to talk about. Meals are catered with your dietary needs kept in mind.

(Q&A's) and FAQ's...

What is the age restriction with a non-resident bear license?

16 and older


Do you provide transportation to and from stands?

Yes!


Is there communication provided while in the stand during the hunt?

Yes!


What is a New Brunswick Outdoors Card?

This is a form of identification for both residents and non-resident hunters in New Brunswick. Please register on-line for an outdoors card as soon as possible and keep the information in a safe place. If you are booking or have booked a hunt with us, please follow this link to register for your Outdoors Card: HERE


Do you provide cleaning, skinning and cold storage?

YES temporarily for small animals like bear and deer. However, we do ask that you come prepared with coolers and prepared to purchase ice for your transportation and to assist us with storage.


How do I get my harvest or trophy home?

Please visit bear or bear parts leaving Canada which may require a CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) Export Permit: HERE


What are your stands like?

Our stands are a combination between metal and wood. We also provide ground blinds upon request.


I want to add a couple of half or full day’s fishing; what do I need to know?

Please visit our Angling/Fishing page for information regarding our fishing services.

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What is the Canada/USA border firearm(s) process for bringing my firearm across the border?

Please visit the RCMP Firearm Users Visiting Canada Page HERE. You will find information and forms that can be filled out before you reach the border; this will save you a great deal of time. Instructions indicate NOT SIGNING for forms beforehand so that the customs officer may witness the signature. The cost is approximately $25.00 CND


What should I bring on my black bear hunting trip?

Please bring your choice of firearm and ammunition. Rain gear, sunglasses, a change of boots (comfortable footwear), hunting gear, but suit and mix of warm and light clothing you can layer. You will need bug spray (Thermo Cell mosquito repellant devices) in the spring as you may experience black flies depending on when you arrive. You will require hunters orange in the fall.


Where can I find New Brunswick Hunting Rules and Regulations?


Please download the New Brunswick Guide Hunt Book: HERE


Can I use drones?

NO. Any use of aircraft in connection with hunting, with the exception of transportation, is unlawful.


Can I hunt with dogs?

NO.