Where is the best Elk hunting in BC?

Where is the best Elk hunting in BC?

Kootenay Region
The Kootenay Region has the highest population of Elk in British Columbia, making our territory a prime Elk Hunting area. We are only allowed to harvest Bull Elk that have a minimum of six (6) tines (points) or better on one side. Bulls range from 270 to 350 Boone and Crockett.

What hunting region is 100 Mile House?

Hunting Territory West of 100 Mile House.

Can you hunt Cariboo in BC?

Mountain caribou are a non-migrating sub-species and they are abundant here throughout the hunting season. Our B.C. caribou hunts begin on August 20 and run through October 15. After flying into one of our three excellent base camps, caribou hunters can expect to hunt each day on horseback.

Where can you hunt moose in BC?

The early season rut moose hunts take place in the northern coastal region of British Columbia, Canada. Terrain in this part of the province consists of large forested swamps and lakes, as well lush river systems these big B.C. bull moose call home.

Can you hunt cow elk in BC?

BC is considered a good place to hunt trophy elk in Canada. There are many things that you need to keep in mind when preparing for an elk hunting trip.

Who is the best elk hunter?

Danny Moore is one of the most consistently successful elk hunters alive. A self-taught hunter and bugler who hunts on his own, the Montana resident has killed more than 40 bulls in a row and today hunts only Pope & Young Club record book elk.

What are wildlife management units?

The Province of Alberta is divided into a series of Wildlife Management Units (WMU). Wildlife within the boundaries of each WMU is managed by the Ministry of Environment and Parks (AEP) according to the regulations established in Alberta’s Wildlife Act .

What small game can you hunt in BC?

According to BC Law, hunting small games on Vancouver Island can be done for particular species. Among them are game birds, raccoons, and snowshoe hares.

How much is a mountain caribou hunt?

Requiring travel to fly-in camps in remote areas, mountain caribou hunts are typically between $10,000 and $13,000. In the same area a hunter can get to hunt many other species, including moose, sheep and (in some areas) grizzly bear, and combination hunts targeting more than one species typically are a better value.

How much is a Yukon moose hunt?

Price distribution The incredible Alaska-Yukon monster moose are the most expensive moose to hunt. Prices start at about $18,000. A large part of the price covers the travel to remote areas where the moose dwell.

How much does a BC moose hunt cost?


Hunting Package Days Price (per person)
Lynx 7 $5,950
Mountain Goat (also includes wolf) 7 $11,900
Shiras Moose (also includes mule deer, black bear, wolf and whitetail) 7 $9,950
Bighorn Sheep (also includes elk, mule deer, black bear, wolf and whitetail) 12 $38,000

Can you hunt mountain lions in B.C. Canada?

Vancouver Island, just off the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada, has the highest concentration of cougars (mountain Lions) in North America. This maximizes the opportunities for a successful cougar hunt. Because weather plays an important role in a successful mountain lion hunt we prefer to book hunts “on call”.


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