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GARRETT BROS- GRIZZLY BEAR
Well after we went 30-30 on our Kamchatka brown bear hunts and huge success on spring black bear again this year I'm home for a couple days and leave tomorrow for British Columbia with clients for grizzly bear, This is a great hunt for Mountian grizzly but should not be mistaken for a easy hunt m, out of the North American 29 I beleive this is the 3rd hardest animal to harvest,
I do have spots open for next year as our quota increased this year actually on this hunt. 9000$ down with a 5000$ kill fee once harvested or wounded, contact me if interested guys
Pat, out of curiosity, what do you consider the first and second hardest animals in NA to get?
I consider the bighorn ram and the stone sheep as the #1 and #2 of the hardest hunts , logistically , financially, and physically challenging. Then out of the mid range priced animals the mountain grizzly bear can be a serious 3rd, extremely smart animals with great sense of smell and a 6th sense for trouble, .
Pat, where do you rate bowhunting Dall sheep and Mountain Caribou on the 29 toughest to easiest list?
And by the way, I agree that Bighorns pre-rut, Stones and Mt Grizzlies are tough with a bow. I spent over 60 days and 5 to 6 seasons hunting each species to finally get lucky enough to arrow them. Lucky I was a resident of a state or province where I could hunt hunt them.