Western Canadian Moose
Our guiding concession consists of 1500 square miles of excellent moose habitat. The area has a network of logging roads that cover approximately 60% of the territory. The balance of rugged mountain valleys and limited roads creates an affordable moose hunt with great trophy potential. Mature moose in this region range from 40’ to 55’ in size. The moose population in this area is very well managed and is on the rise. Our camps cater to clients in search of medium trophy class and meat bulls. Past clients have averaged bulls from 38’ to 50’.
We take only 12 moose hunters per year. By limiting our hunts to prime seasons, 2 rut hunts and 1 late-season hunt, success rates as high as 90% are not unrealistic. We offer these trips as a 2-on-1 or 1-on-1 if you prefer. We cater to rifle and archery hunters. Our hunts are 9 days in duration. Hunting is done by 4x4, boats, quads, argo and on foot. During the rut much of the hunting focuses on calling in high alpine areas, lakes, wetlands and cutblocks as well as spot and stalk. As snow fills the high mountain valleys, it pushes moose into lower areas, making the late-season post-rut hunting excellent. All of our moose hunts offer mule deer and black bear as an add-on. Many clients enjoy self-guided fishing and upland game birds after their successful moose hunt.
A lot of the focus on these hunts is quality meat. We are well set up to get these huge animals out as clean as possible. We are equipped with a walk-in cooler for hanging. Included in your hunt is boiling and bleaching of skulls, caping and salting of trophy bulls, as well as top-notch meat care. We treat every trophy as though it were our own. For a fun, adventurous hunt either as a group or alone, give us a call.
MOOSE HUNT DATES
September 27 to October 5
October 6 to 14
November 7 to 15