Hunts will take place from about mid January thru February
This is an excellent opportunity to harvest a Canadian Grey Wolf, one of the most difficult animals to hunt in North America. This Outfitter has a tried-and-true method that produces results. Reconnaissance and baiting starts in November to ensure the packs are patterned before you arrive. Just a select few clients will come in mid-January thru February. By keeping the number of hunters low, shot opportunity significantly increases. You will spend three days/two nights in the blind. If you have not harvested a wolf during this time period, you have the option of coming out for a day to recharge at the local hotel which is included in your hunt package. You will then go back into the blind for another two days hunting. Reducing commotion, by not coming to and from the blind every day, is the key to harvesting mature wolves and not breaking their pattern.
These blinds are relatively comfortable, considering. They are equipped with a thermostat-controlled heater. They have a bed, comfortable chair and battery/solar power source to keep your electronic devices charged,. Most of the blinds will have cell service. If a particular blind does not have cell service, the outfitter will provide an In-Reach device for emergency communication.
Food will consist of either pre-prepared frozen meals or Mountain House.
All blinds are set 200 yards from the bait. Each client is placed on a fresh set, meaning no one will have previously hunted your blind. Blind baiting will have started in November, months before you arrive. Scouting is done with cellular trail cameras. The outfitter takes extreme measure to ensure as little disturbance as possible before you arrive.
The first wolf is included in the hunt price. A trophy fee of $750, will be owed to the outfitter, upon harvesting a second wolf. If you harvest a wolf early you are welcome to continue to hunt a second wolf for the duration. The pack will often return to a bait, even after the initial harvest. Outfitter recommended calibers for this hunt are: .243 or comparable caliber. Bullet selection is probably more important than caliber.
If you are serious about adding a wolf to your trophy room, this is the outfitter to get it done! Early booking is essential, so if interested, please call our office today – 1-800-346-8747.
7-day Wolf hunt $6,850
additional Wolf $750
Plus 5% GST
Approximate License (cities permit) cost $100
Hunter will fly to Edmonton Alberta. Where depending on arrival time may need to overnight at a motel. Outfitter will pick you up and transfer you to hunting area. After hunt is concluded outfitter will drop you off at airport. Because wolves are a Cities permit animal you will either need to work with an exporter or have the animal tanned before shipping home.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.