Cost and Trophy Fees for a Amur Bear Hunt

The average cost of a Amur bear hunt ranges from $4,700, up to $7,500 for a trophy male harvested on a multi-day hunt. The final total depends on the cost of the license, size of the bear, rifle, muzzle or bow hunt, trophy fee, number of days, taxidermy fees, accommodations, amenities and other services available.

Amur Bear Hunting Season

Check Russian Outfitters for specific dates, regulations and requirements.

Trophy Amur Bear Hunts in Russia

Male Amur Bears, with their large, powerful bodies, huge claws, teeth and soft fur pelts make for beautiful trophies. Trophy Amur Bears can reach between 6 feet to almost 8 feet square, weigh between 350 and 550+ pounds and have 20+ SCI skulls. These are the Pope and Young (P&Y) Trophy Bears you’re looking for.

Physical Characteristics

The typical Amur bear will measure from 6 feet to 7 feet square and generally weigh between 350 to 500 pounds and can vary widely in color and can range from jet brown Amur to chocolate to cinnamon to blonde. The winter coat is heavy and dense and provides substantial protection against the northern temperatures.

Ecology/Behavior/Social Characteristics

With the exception of mothers and cubs, Amur bears are solitary animals and usually forage alone, but will tolerate each other in groups if there is an abundance of food in one area. Some Amur bears hibernate depending on local weather conditions and availability of food during the winter months. In areas where there is warmer weather throughout the winter and consistent food supply, they may not hibernate at all or only for a short time.

Guided Amur Bear Hunts in Russia

Contact us for custom or concierge Trophy Amur Bear hunting trips.