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BC Late Season Canadian Moose Hunts

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Canadian Moose
Guide Ratio:
1 on 1
British Columbia, Canada
Any Weapon, Archery, Muzzleloader, Rifle
Trip Methods:
Calling, Hiking, Horses, Spot and Stalk
7 Days

This outfitter has been guiding for over 20 years, and their entire operation is owned and operated by family. They bring experience and a deep understanding of the hunting terrain, weather patterns, and animal behavior in the region, along with a wide range of benefits to your hunting trip including local knowledge, professionalism, access to high-quality equipment, safety, and the expertise of professional guides.

On this cabin-based Canadian Moose hunt, hunters can expect to be hunting mature bulls on a limited quota of only a handful of tags each year. The hunt occurs the first 15 days of November each year and the outfitter has a limited allocation making it a high demand hunt. To give you an idea, last year the saw approximately 54 bulls inside of the 15 day hunt window they have. Bulls must either have 10 points or 3 off the brow to be legal. The area produces above average bulls. If a hunter can hold off of the trigger, a larger bull could realistically be the end result. Just as it is in any area around the globe, the average size can vary widely, as it depends on many factors, including age, genetics, and nutrition. The genetics are there, and the area is known for producing impressive Canadian Moose that most all hunters would be excited to hunt and/or harvest.

There are a lot of moose in the area, and there have been no complaints to date. They want each client to have an unforgettable experience, to harvest a bull, to create lasting memories and friendships, and to hopefully return for future hunts. The do however want to hunt age-class animals, and in the end the ultimate decision is up to each hunter. Every hunter should get an opportunity at a mature bull, hunting in the rut, and hopefully calling them in to close distances for that experience that everyone seeks while hunting moose.

Due to the amount of time and experience in the area, they also bring valuable insights into the best hunting spots and tactics to help you increase your chances of success. With their extensive experience, they have a well-established business with a proven track record of success. They have the necessary licenses, permits, and insurance to operate legally and safely, and they have a reputation for providing quality service across the board. They have access to high-quality hunting gear and equipment, including vehicles, weapons if needed, horses, tents and cabins, and all of the other gear that makes your hunting trip more successful and enjoyable. On top of that they have a team of professional guides with extensive knowledge and experience in specifically hunting Canadian Moose in this region. They offer valuable guidance and advice, as well as enhance the safety and enjoyment of your trip in all aspects.

This area has a vast and diverse wilderness, and hunting these magnificent animals takes you deep into the natural beauty of the region, allowing you to experience the mountains and forests in a unique way. This late season hunt is a challenging pursuit that requires skill, patience, and perseverance. The moose are in the rut, and hunters have the opportunity to hunt them with a rifle in hand. It's a phenomenal opportunity.

Here are some things you can expect:

Pre-trip planning:
The outfitter will work with you to plan your trip, including discussing your goals, equipment needs, and other logistics. They will also ensure that you have the appropriate licenses, tags, and permits.

The outfitter provides transportation to and from the hunting area, as well as before, during, and after the hunt. Airport pickup and drop-off included.

The outfitter handles that's needed for a comfortable stay including wall tents, heaters, cots, and everything else for a nice week-long stay.

The outfitter will provide meals during your trip, which can include hearty, home-cooked meals made with locally-sourced ingredients.

Professional guides:
The outfitter will provide a team of professional guides with extensive knowledge and experience in hunting Canadian Mooe in the region. They can offer valuable guidance and advice, as well as enhance the safety and enjoyment of your trip.

The outfitter will provide all the necessary hunting and camping equipment needed. You are required to bring certain personal items, such as appropriate clothing and footwear, backpack, weapon, etc. Other than that, the outfitter will have everything else.

The outfitter will prioritize safety and will have established safety protocols and procedures to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable hunting trip.

Overall, you can expect a well-organized, safe, and enjoyable hunting trip with an experienced outfitter. They will provide you with the necessary equipment, knowledge, and support to increase your chances of a successful hunt and to create memorable elk hunting experiences in the British Columbia wilderness.

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Option #2

$12,500.00 7 Days 2 on 1

Option #1

$14,500.00 7 Days 1 on 1
Mule Deer $3,000.00

*Due upon harvest or blood drawn!

Whitetail Deer $2,500.00

*Due upon harvest or blood drawn!