Are you looking for that bear hunt of a lifetime? At Infinity Hunts, we specialize in helping you find the type of hunt and experience you want. Through our extensive research and boots-on-the-ground approach, we work with the best bear guides and outfitters in North America’s top areas. Throughout your entire adventure, we will be there for you – from choosing the perfect hunt with the right outfitter to personal support before, during, and after the hunt. So let us put our experience and proven outfitters to work for you on your bear hunting adventures!
When we think of big predators, we often think about bears. Many hunters dream about black bears when they think of bear hunting. They are found in many locations throughout North America in good numbers, but there are also three other types of bears you can hunt – grizzly, brown, and polar. You must harvest all four to get your bear slam or achieve the North American 29. We specialize in putting our hunters on trophy hunts for all species of North American bears. We focus on areas and outfitters that produce trophy-class bears and constantly seek the best opportunities for our hunters.
Black bears have the widest distribution of bears in North America and live in many US states and Canadian provinces. There are three primary hunting methods – over bait, with hounds, and spot and stalk tactics, and there are both spring and fall seasons. These hunts are the most affordable bear hunts in North America. Trophy class bears will be in the 200-500 pound range, and the coat is what makes the trophy. In many areas where we hunt black bears, there are color phases – some will be chocolate, cinnamon, or even blonde, making for a unique trophy. To learn more about our trophy-class black bear hunts, click here.
Grizzly bears are found in Alaska from the interior up to the arctic coast, parts of western Canada, and a few isolated pockets in some western US states. Compared to brown bears, they have to work harder for their food sources and hibernate longer; hence they don’t usually get quite as big. A stunningly beautiful animal, some consider them the finest trophy in North America. To learn more about our trophy-class grizzly bear hunts, click here.
There is just something unique about these incredible animals, the places they live and their size. Brown bears generally live in the southern and eastern coastal areas of Alaska and have richer food sources and shorter hibernation periods than the inland grizzly bears. As a result, they can get enormous, and hides will often square over 9 feet with ten footers taken yearly. To learn more about our trophy-class brown bear hunts, click here.
For many, a polar bear hunt represents a once-in-a-lifetime authentic arctic experience for one of the world’s apex predators. All our hunts are conducted in Canada and carefully coordinated through our outfitters and guided by Inuit guides. To learn more about our trophy-class polar bear hunts, click here.