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MOOSE HUNTING IN RUSSIA

Hunting season

  • East Siberian Moose / Magadan: August – start of October
  • East Siberian Moose / Kamchatka: September – end of November
  • West Siberian Moose / Tyumen: September – December

Regions and hunting areas

Omolon

Region

 

Magadan oblast is located on the Coast of Okhotsk Sea – northeastern part of the Russian Federation (the Far East). It is one of the world’s rarest places for the purity of its original nature and the magical diversity of its flora and fauna. The area is mostly tundra.
In April, temperature can vary from 0 to -20°C, and in May: from +5 to -10°C. On open sunshine – temperature will rise up more!

In September/October, the temperatures can vary from +5 to -10°C, so the hunter will need a warm windproof clothes and waterproof boots of high quality.

In August, temperature will be from +15 to -5°C.
For a hunting trip to Magadan, you must be ready to stay for up to 2 weeks away from home!

 

Hunting areas

 

We organize Giant Moose, Caribou, Kolyma Snow Sheep, Brown Bear hunt on the Northern part of Magadan Oblast – on the river Omolon, which is bordering with Chukotka region. This is absolutely unreachable area by ground transportation, and also there is very limited scheduled flights coming in. For our group of hunters we organize private Charter flights to local village Omolon. On arrival to Omolon 5 hour transportation by motorboat to main hunting camp.

Kamchatka

Region

 

The Kamchatka peninsula is a 1 250 km long peninsula in the Russian Far East. It lies between the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Sea of Okhotsk to the west.  Volcanoes and volcanic peaks, cyclones and underground heat created here a mixture of twenty climate zones and a great variety of flora and fauna. Beautiful landscape, geysers and mineral springs and many more – all that is found here in Kamchatka.

Kamchatka’s climate is as diverse as its wildlife. You will find a moderate maritime zone on either coast, a continental zone in the central valley with four distinct seasons, and an arctic zone in the northern parts of the peninsula. Depending on when and where you choose to travel on the peninsula, you will find a tremendous variance in temperature. The beauty of traveling to Kamchatka is that all of these climatic zones are easily accessible.

During a spring time temperature can vary from +5 to -10 degrees average; August from +5 to +15°C; September/November from +10 to -15°C.

 

Hunting areas

 

4 different locations for hunting are available:

  • Northern part of Kamchatka – Palana. After arrival to Kamchatka-Petropavlovsk local flight to Palana town. Hunting area is located ~60 km from town, where you get by off-road vehicle.
  • Central part of Kamchatka – close to the Bay of Kamchatka. After arrival to Kamchatka-Petropavlovsk 7 hour ground transportation to Anavgay town, it’s located to the North of Kamchatka-Petropavlovsk. From Anavgay 1 hour transfer by helicopter to hunting area.
  • Southern part of Kamchatka – Ust-Bolshereck. Ground transportation from Kamchatka-Petropavlovsk to hunting area.

Tyumen

Region

 

Tyumen oblast is located 2500km east of Moscow, it stretches from the Arctic Ocean to the boundary with Kazakhstan and divides the Russian Federation into two parts: Ural and Siberia. The nature of Tyumen land is rich and various. There are various natural climate zones: the Arctic tundra on the Far North changes into the typical tundra and forest-tundra, then into taiga, forest-steppe and steppe in the south. The largest rivers of the region, the Ob and the Irtysh, are navigable. Most part of the territory (about 43 million hectares) is covered with forests.

In the southern part of Tyumen oblast, where hunting is organized, average temperatures during a day time in August/September is from +10 to +20°C, night time from +5°C to +10°C. October from +5°C to -10°C.

 

Hunting areas

 

Hunting area is located in Eastern part of Kazansky district. Close to Kazakhstan border, also borders with Kurgan oblast. On arrival to Tyumen town, ground transportation to hunting area, this takes around 5 hours. Area is low landed and rich with forests.

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Accommodation

Omolon

Accommodation is in the heated tents, which are based in the main camp. Service staff and cook services available as well. Hunter with professional guide leave main hunting camp for the period until trophy is taken! Accommodation on mountains is provided in tents.

Kamchatka

Accommodation mainly is provided at small wooden cabins, lodges or heated tent camps, which are equipped with dining area, water, generator, etc. In some cases it’s necessary to stay up on mountains for few days.

Tyumen

Accommodation is provided in well-equipped hunting house with all the necessary needs. Russian sauna, cook services, satellite TV and other facilities are in a camp. During a hunting period, the hunter stays in the main camp. No tented camp is necessary.

Hunting conditions

Omolon

Moose is hunted using motorboats and after spot and stalk method. Usually hunting takes about 10 days for Moose hunt.

Kamchatka

11 day hunting is necessary for Moose hunt. If combined hunting, then more days must be taken. During a snowy period we use snowmobiles for transportation on hunt. When there is no snow – hunting on foot or with horses from main hunting camp.

Tyumen

Hunting is organized twice a day – early in the morning and later in the evening. Off road vehicle is used to get into hunting areas. Hunting is done only on foot by spot and stalk method. Also it’s possible to have a high seat hunt – from tower.
West Siberian moose has larger antlers than European part Moose. The average weight of antlers is 10 kg and more. Average 5 days are necessary for hunt.

Trophy Gallery

Omolon

Kamchatka

Tyumen