Can't argue with that.I can understand people's reticence to hunt if they think they may be ripped off but the hunter that I deal with is a very honest guy and I ask for 50% of the daily rate as a deposit and the rest is paid after the hunt has finished and has been discussed with the hunter and the outfitter through the interpreter. If anybody has any real concerns I can arrange payment by myself after the hunter returns home if they disagree with the pricing and they can then sort out the problem with myself so that there are no language problems.
There are areas not far away that have excellent hunting for siberian roe. And I can arrange a quote on request for a stand alone hunt or as an add on to a moose or bear hunt. I am also more than happy to pass on the name of references that will vouch for the integrity of the outfitter.
You are a long time dead and this isn't a dress rehearsal, enjoy yourself while you can. You have no idea what is around the corner. It is the time to do things while you are fit and able, old age and bad health creeps up unnoticed and you find yourself regretting not doing things while you could.Can't argue with that.
If I wasn't as thrifty and tight as can be this is exactly the sort of hunt I would go on.
What happens if a bear is not taken?Special offer for May 2019.
5 days bear hunting including trophy fee for 1 bear any size and 1 capercaillie. All inclusive.
€3000 roughly £2600 at today's exchange rate.
Must be taken between 5th and 15th may 2019.