Native Americans and early settlers who hunted these impressive animals for their meat, fat, fur, and claws have performed bear hunting for centuries. The bear is a symbol of strength, courage, and introspection. Many cultures have respected the bear for its supposed spiritual power. Cultures that see the bear as an animal or spirit guide hold the bear in the highest regard. Claw necklaces and belts are passed down from tribal members for their protection and good health symbolism.
Today hunters still enjoy the excitement and adventure of bear hunting. The guides, packers, and cooks of Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge, Inc. welcome bear hunting parties in the spring and fall. Silver Spur Lodge is located in the Idaho wilderness, thirty-eight miles southeast of Elk City, Idaho in the town of Dixie. They offer the comforts of home in their wilderness log lodge as well as remote backcountry camps. Guests can enjoy a comfortable lodge stay bed and breakfast style or choose to rough it in prepared campsites by horseback.
Bear Hunting in Idaho
Bear hunting is a part of the history and culture of the Idaho wilderness. Guests are able to experience guided bear hunting trips from the lodge or dropped off camp side for the seasoned bear hunter. Idaho bear hunting in 2012 has a two bear limit. Hunters have four hundred square miles of hunting ground available with Silver Spur Lodge. Hunters can also enjoy combined hunts with elk, deer, and black bear. Hunting zones include the Selway Zone 19-20 as well as the Middle Fork Zone 20A. Any weapon bear hunting is available as noted by Idaho Fishing and Game.
Scheduled Bear Hunting in Idaho
To book lodging at Silver Spur Lodge and to inquire about guided and self-guided bear hunting, please call Rick or Deb by dialing (208) 842-2417 or send an email to email@example.com. Spring Bear hunting begins May 15 and runs through June 30. Summers at Silver Spur Lodge offer pack trips, trail rides, trout fishing, wildlife photography trips, and historical gold mining tours. To inquire about seasonal bear hunting and activity availability, call (208) 842-2417.
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