Choose your adventure
British Columbia has long been known for its high density of large Canadian moose. Our territory has some of the highest densities of moose per square kilometer in the Province. Moose sizes vary from camp to camp, with mature bulls weighing from 700 - 1200 pounds, with racks ranging from 40 – 55 inches.
The territory encompasses numerous pristine lakes, major river systems, and remote mountain wilderness, providing prime moose habitat. Hunts can be tailored for any age, ability and preference: early season spot and stalk, calling during the rut, or late season migration hunts. They can take place from our comfortable base camp and using 4x4s, or from our remote camps using 4x4, Argo, and/or boat for a true wilderness adventure.
We are now booking for the 2020 season. Prices are $6,950 USD per hunter for a 2 x 1 hunt (2 hunters per guide) for seven full days of hunting, or $8,450 USD 1 x 1. Not included in these prices are the cost of your non-resident hunting license ($181 CDN), moose tag ($250 CDN), gov't royalty ($125 CDN), Hunt Conservation Fee ($250 CDN), GST (5%), optional gratuities (5-10%) and optional meat processing.
Mountain Goat hunts
We offer a eight day mountain goat hunt in the remote mountainous area of our exclusive guiding territory. Our territory has little pressure and enjoys a high success rate. The season starts in mid-August and goes until October. As the mountain nights become colder the goats’ winter coats grow longer, making for high quality coats. This region of British Columbia is well known for producing record book mountain goats. We use 4x4, and quads to reach a spike camp, then use our established trails to hike to tree-line and beyond.
Prices for the 2020 season are $12,250 USD per hunter for a 1 x 1 eight day hunt (1 guide per hunter). Not included in this price is the cost of your non-resident hunting license ($181 CDN), goat tag ($350 CDN), gov't royalty ($150 CDN), Hunt Conservation Fee ($250 CDN), GST (5%), optional gratuities (5-10%) and optional meat processing.
Wolves are plentiful in our area. Healthy moose and caribou herds benefit from proper wolf control.
Wolves can be hunted during our other spring and fall hunts on a modest fee basis as long as you have already arranged with us to obtain a wolf tag. However, wolves are most effectively and successfully hunted in winter. These hunts are conducted on a spot-and-stalk basis or, most successfully, on remote frozen lakes based from cabins situated along shore. We use a combination of 4 x 4 trucks, snowmobiles and snowshoes to access the cabins.
A backcountry winter wolf hunt is an unforgettable experience.
Prices for the 2020-21 season are $6,500 US per hunter for a five day hunt (1 guide per hunter). Not included in this price is the cost of your non-resident hunting license ($181 CDN), wolf tag ($50 CDN), gov't royalty ($50 CDN), Hunt Conservation Fee ($250 CDN), GST (5%), and optional gratuities (5-10%).
Black Bear hunts
Black bear hunting available in our region is unparalleled. An abundance of food sources such as salmon, berries, and natural vegetation means the black bears are large and plentiful, often in the 6 - 7 foot square range. There are also a relatively large number of color-phase bears in brown and cinnamon and white diamond-patched chests. Coats are thickest during Spring hunts, which typically run mid-May to mid-June. Late summer and fall hunts are also available, or as an add-on to a moose or goat hunt.
All bear hunting is fair chase, spot and stalk. The spring hunts are highly successful and sure to provide a heart-pounding adventure. They are typically conducted from base camp. Hunts are five full days plus a half-day for arrival and half-day for departure. Hunters done early may, by arrangement, hunt for a second bear if the appropriate tag is purchased. Separate rates apply for the second bear. Hunters or those accompanying are also welcome to try their luck at some incredible self-guided fishing in the local rivers and lakes.
Prices for the 2020 season are $3,500 US per hunter for a five day 2 x 1 hunt (2 hunters per guide), or $4,500 (1 x 1), prices not including non-resident hunting license ($181 CDN), bear tag ($180 CDN), gov't royalty ($75 CDN), Hunt Conservation Fee ($250 CDN), 5% GST, optional gratuities (typically 5-10%) and optional meat processing. A second bear may be hunted for $1,350 USD if successful, plus the cost of a second tag and royalty.
Grizzly hunts - no longer available
Grizzlies are the apex predator. The population of grizzlies in our regions is healthy and their numbers high. This is due to the remote and undisturbed nature of the grizzly habitat, as well as abundant food sources such as wild berries and spawning salmon.
Following the election of a new Provincial government in the spring of 2017, the Province ceased issuing grizzly tags for residents and non-residents alike beginning with the 2018 season.
Our territories hold a good population of Canadian Lynx. These Lynx have exceptional fur quality. We use spot and stalk and calling. These hunts showcase the awesome Canadian wilderness. Hunts are conducted out of our cozy warm base camp and transportation is by 4x4 trucks, snowmobiles and snowshoes. Our Lynx hunts are conducted in December and early January. In some cases this hunt can be combined with Winter Wolf hunting.
Prices for the 2019-20 season are $6,500 US per hunter for a five day hunt (1 guide for 1 hunter), not including licenses, tags, GST, conservation fee and any optional gratuities.