His spring hunts in Kamchatka for next year will be conducted April 21 - 28; April 28 - May 2; and May 5 - 12. Hunters stay in large cabins or tents with comfortable beds, sauna, generator, heat, and well-prepared meals. This hunt costs $9,950, inclusive of roundtrip airfare from Anchorage, local transportation, food, lodging, guides, license and CITES permit, trophy fee, interpreters, and skinning and salting of the hide.
New for next year Geurink, has a fall combo hunt for Kamchatka brown bear and moose from August 18 to September 1 for $13,950. That covers everything the spring bear hunt provides, plus a moose. Bulls generally run 50 to 70 inches here. Hunting is done by spotting and stalking, or by floating streams in boats or rubber rafts. A second bear tag and moose tag are sometimes available.