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Arizona Black Bear Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Arizona Black Bear Hunting Guides and OutfittersArizona black bear hunting guides and outfitters can help you plan your next trip or guided hunt. The state offers over one hundred and thirteen thousand square miles of land in which you can find this big game, not to mention many different surface features; from the rugged mountainous regions to plateaus and desert areas; each giving the Arizona black bear protection and food resources. Guided hunts can offer many added services, but not every guide or outfitter is capable of each. Hunting-Trips-R-Us has listed links to a number of areas that we feel will help you plan a big game hunt for the Arizona black bear.

Black Bear Hunting Guides and Outfitters in Arizona

Here are some black bear hunting guides and outfitters we have listed for Arizona.
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Arizona Guided Hunts

Arizona Hunting Adventures Guide Service

Desert Bull Scouting

Kendrick Park Outfitters

Copper Creek Guides & Outfitters

Diablo Canyon Outfitters LLC.

Rimrock Outfitters

Nichols Guiding Services

Timberland Outfitters

Rincon Outfitters

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Supply Stores that Offer Equipment for Hunts

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Taxidermy Services for Mounting Your Trophy

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Arizona Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

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Arizona Black Bear

The American Black Bear: Inhabiting much of forested North America, which includes the state of Arizona and has many areas that hunting guides and outfitters can be located. The American black bear, Ursus americanus, is also found from northern Alaska east across Canada to Labrador and Newfoundland, and south trough much of Alaska, virtually all of Canada, and most of the United States {including Arizona} into central Mexico Nayarit and Tamaulipas states}. Many of these locations would make a great place for planning a trip or guided hunt for black bear. In some classifications, this big game is placed in a genus of its own as Euarctos americanus.

The Arizona black bear occurs in many color phases in addition to its usual glossy black coat, brownish muzzle, and small white patch on the chest. The most common alternate coloration is one of various shades of brown, with the reddish brown, or cinnamon, phase being quite common in the western United States; brown- and black-colored cubs may appear in the same litter. These colors help camouflage the Arizona black bear from hunting guides and outfitters in the area on big game hunts with clients. Other color phases include a blue, with a brownish muzzle, the blue being more precisely a bluish-black; and white or yellowish white, with brown eyes {not the red eyes of an albino}.

The blue phase, found in the region of Yukatat Bay and the St. Elias range in southeastern Alaska, is known locally as the glacier bear and is a big game that is very popular among hunting outfitters and guides in that area. Bear hunts in these types of areas make a great trip and many sportsmen plan them each year. The white phase, known as Kermode’s bear or the island white bear, is found along the coast of central British Columbia {Gribble Island} and another great place for a trip or bear hunt.

The Arizona black bear grows to about 6 feet {1.8 meters} in head and body length, plus a 6-inch {15 cm} tail, about 40 inches {102 cm} high at the shoulders, and usually 200 to 300 pounds {1bout 90 to 135 kg}, but up to about 600 pounds {about 270 kg} in weight can be achieved. This large size the black bear can get to makes it more appealing to the Arizona hunters seeking this big game animal.

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The Arizona state links shown above should be of help to sportsmen planning a trip or guided hunt to the area. They contain important information about Arizona black bear hunting and the times of the year it is allowed, along with other laws and regulations for the state that govern each hunting outfitter or guide.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

The Arizona black bear hunting guides and outfitters that we have listed can each plan you a guided hunt. But make sure what they offer is what you need as a sportsman, as they supply hunts of all kinds. These types of Arizona hunting trips and guided hunts can be expensive and you don’t want to pay for services that you really don’t need. Make sure that safety is the most important service that they provide. Its amazing how many hunters don’t check out the black bear outfitter or guide that they have hired and only find out on the hunting trip that they had made a mistake.