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HUNT #1
4-DAY HUNT QUINAULT RESERVATION
COASTAL BLACK BEAR
*MODERN RIFLE / ARCHERY*


Jim Burnsworth from the Outdoor Channel Television Show "Western Extreme" calls the Quinault Reservation the "Best Big Bear Hunting in all of North America!"

Join us as we pursue some of the largest Coastal Black Bears you will ever see anywhere. A large percentage of the bears harvested here are big block headed boars that will score well over 19-20 inches in skull, measure over 7 feet plus nose to tail in length and will be in the 350-500 pound range. Hunts are conducted from either tree stands or ground blinds depending on the hunt set up and the weather. We hunt exclusively over bait stations that are consistently monitored by game cameras and are check on and baited on a daily basis. Our hunt access is over 320,000 acres on the Quinault Reservation that is closed to public entry.

Like in Alaska, the abundant runs of Sockeye, Chinook, Silvers, Steelhead, and Chum salmon that enter the Quinault, Queets, and Clearwater rivers provide abundant food for black bears. This source of enhanced protein is what puts on the pounds and creates the growth on the coastal bears of the Quinault Reservation.

GUARANTEED OVER THE COUNTER BLACK BEAR TAGS

No Washington State big game license or tag required. Quinault Nation Tags are sold over the counter. Our Guide only hunts the prime bear hunting dates.

SPRING HUNTS 4-DAY HUNT - $2500.00 + $350.00 Tag

MAY Hunts are conducted Monday – Thursday

Hunters are required to send a deposit of $500.00 to reserve your hunt date. All deposits are non refundable - no exceptions. Hunters are too provide their own food and lodging. We can recommend and help you with those arrangements.


Hunters are required to provide their own food and local lodging BEFORE, DURING and AFTER THEIR SCHEDULED HUNT.

If you prefer to make your own lodging reservations, you are welcome to tent camp in designated state camping areas or contact any of the many nearby beach resort hotels and motels in the area. (Check our listed motels for quick reference).

WEAPONS RECOMMENDATIONS

We recommend the following: Modern Rifle 30: Caliber or larger. Archery 50 lb. min. or Muzzleloader hunters are all welcome. We can also advise you as to the necessary clothing and personal gear needed for this type of hunt. EXPANDABLE BROADHEADS ARE NOT LEGAL ON THE QUINAULT RESERVATION.

Black Bears live in very dense cover so it is important to drop the animal as quickly as possible…a badly wounded bear is considered a kill as it is with virtually all guided hunts. Our guides are proven experts and will make that determination.

All harvested animals will be field dressed, skinned with meat quartered ready for client to return home. Meat and Hide cold storage will be provided during hunt.

Customers must provide any required transport or shipping containers. All shipping costs, taxidermy and meat processing of animals harvested are the responsibility of the hunter. Hunters may donate bear meat to Quinault Tribal Nation
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HUNT #2
4-DAY HUNT QUINAULT RESERVATION
COASTAL BLACK BEAR
*MODERN RIFLE / ARCHERY*


This outfitter consistently takes some of the very biggest bears ever harvested from the Quinault Indian Reservation…Hunters are taken to their stands each day and picked up each evening by guide.

WHY ARE THESE COASTAL BEARS BIGGER?

The tremendous runs of salmon and Steelhead that enter the Quinault, Queets, Raft, Salmon and Cook Creek Rivers provide abundant food for black bears. This source of enhanced protein is what puts on the pounds and creates the growth on the coastal bears of the Quinault Reservation. In addition, the Quinault Indian Nation does not use herbicides on the forest harvest units. This creates dense stands of Salmonberry, Evergreen Huckleberry, Salal, Crabapple, Cascara, Blueberry and Elderberry that also provide abundant fruit crops for the bears to fatten on each fall. Severe bear damage to trees is widely spread throughout the Quinault Indian Reservation. It is for this reason, non-native black bear guided hunts are conducted.

GUARANTEED BLACK BEAR TAGS

No Washington State big game license or tag required. Quinault Nation Tags are sold over the counter. Our Guide only hunts the prime bear hunting dates.

SPRING HUNTS 4-DAY HUNT - $2950.00 + $350.00 Tag

MAY Hunts are conducted Monday – Friday

Hunters are required to send a deposit of $500.00 to reserve your hunt date. All deposits are non refundable - no exceptions. Hunters are too provide their own food and lodging. We can recommend and help you with those arrangements.

All harvested animals will be field dressed, skinned with meat quartered ready for client to return home. Meat and Hide cold storage will be provided during hunt.

Customers must provide any required transport or shipping containers. All shipping costs, taxidermy and meat processing of animals harvested are the responsibility of the hunter. Hunters may donate bear meat to Quinault Tribal Nation.

 

Contact us at:
Bill Rivas
Bill’s Outdoor Adventures
1713 SE 127th Ave
Vancouver, Washington 98683
360-450-5820-Office
360-608-0684-Cell
Email: bill@billrivasgroup.com


*All hunt prices and availability are subject to change.