British Columbia Canada Moose Hunt
Or Call: 1-800-346-8747
Northwestern British Columbia is home to some of the largest Canada moose and this hunt concession has produced some tremendous bulls in recent years. During the month of September and into early Octobert they run three horseback hunts as well as a few lake based hunts where you hunt by boat. They take just a few hunters at a time, guided 1x1 or 2x1. The horseback hunts can be combined with mountain caribou. This outfitter takes some phenomenal moose each season. Their photos speak for themselves. Your adventure begins with a scenic float plane flight into a remote base camp. Base camp consists of a simple guest cabin that can accommodate a few hunters plus a cook cabin. You may hunt from base camp or from a remote satellite camp. This adventure takes place is some spectacular country and you will need to be in good physical condition to be successful. Expect long days in the saddle covering lots of country in search of a trophy bull. The lake hunts are guided 2x1 and are a bit less physically demanding as you typically cover the shoreline by boat in search of your bull. Short hikes back in to the timber to call and glass may also take place.
Special Price - $9,750;
Regular Price - $12,500
Horseback hunt $14,500 1x1
Lake hunts $12,500 2x1
+ license, charter and Tags (First animal moose or mt caribou; $6,000 trophy fee second animal)
Add 5% GST tax to all hunts.
September - October
Guide, accomadations, meals, in-field transportation and in-field trophy care.
Airfare, tax, license, gratuity, float plane, personal items.
Fly to Smithers, B.C. and overnight. The following morning, rent a vehicle and drive to Dease Lake where you will take a round-trip float-plane to camp $1,300-$1,500 (approx.) round-trip.
Day 1:Fly to Smithers, British Columbia rent a car and overnight.
Day 2:Drive from Smithers to Dease Lake then charter to camp.
Days 3-12:Moose hunt.
Day 13:Depart camp and charter back to Dease Lake drive to Smithers and overnight.
Day 14:Depart Smithers for your trip home.
Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
Moose tag $375
Caribou tag $355
Wolf tag $100
$250 non-resident hunter preservation fund due for all hunts.
Royalty fees:Wolf - $50,Caribou - $125,Moose - $125 after harvest.
Physical Requirement Level
Level 3 - These hunts are a true wilderness experience and are usually conducted on horseback, while hunting species such as elk, moose, bear; also, some mountain lion and African Cape buffalo. Difficult to extreme hiking and backpacking can be involved.