- Gear List
The Rocky ranges of northern Canada are known for their huge bull moose, and this outfit is known for bagging the best of them. The goal for every hunt is to target a bull that’s 50 inches or larger (or that will score 180 or higher in the Boone and Crockett system). Thanks to limited resident draw, rugged terrain, and great genetics, it’s pretty common to see bulls larger than 60 inches running around. That said, this outfitter believes that any opportunity for a bull of 50 inches or more should be taken, unless it has small paddles or some sort of disfigurement. This outfitter secures a few tags each year for both archery and rifle hunts. Typical hunts are seven days long, and involve both calling and spot-and-stalk. The record books are full of specimens from this area. Hunters from all over the world say they’ve never been as challenged, rewarded, or inspired as they’ve been here. You can combo this hunt with a deer for a small trophy fee. Options for a non-hunter to observe, inquire for prices.
- Species: Canada Moose
- Average Classification: 45 - 55
- Shot Opportunity: 95
- Weapons: Muzzleloader, Archery, Rifle
- Hunt Catalog #: 6672-03
- Tag Availability: Landowner Voucher
60" moose are possible All hunts come with wolf tags. You have the option to have a whitetail/mule deer tag in your pocket for a small trophy fee.
Mule Deer or Whitetail Buck
November 01, 2020 - November 30, 2022
- Member Price: $9,500.00
- Non-Member Price: $10,500.00
6 Spots available for 2022. Price includes tags and tax. ***This price only reflects base price for the hunt
Options for a mule deer/whitetail hunt for a trophy fee.
Western, Alberta, Canada
Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.
Your adventure starts by flying or driving into Grande Prairie, Alberta — one of the great pioneer cities of Northern Canada. We’ll be at the airport to greet you and drive you out to our nearby country home and staging centre. Once you’re geared up, we’ll drive the two hours to our base camp in the Rocky Mountain foothills. It’s a huge, majestic area, surrounded by provincial parks and hundreds of miles of untouched wilderness. The limited access to the area allows us to maintain a population of some of the largest moose, elk, mountain sheep, and black bears in Canada — as well as wolves, mule deer, mountain goats, and cougars. Our camps are very comfortable. To comply with local laws and regulations, we exclusively use “mobile camps” — basically cabins on wheels. They’re warm, comfortable bunkhouses, each equipped with private areas and a kitchen. (We’re big believers in excellent food.) Upon request, or in the course of chasing a great trophy, we may sometimes move to a spike camp — where we set up large wall tents with heating. For trophy moose, we often target bulls in the 50-60 inch range (though we’ve found bigger). Hunters have a great chance at a Pope & Young or Boone & Crockett qualifying trophy. The elk here are large too — we harvest plenty over 300, to as high as 365. We won’t lie to you: our hunts are going to challenge you. The best areas are remote and difficult to access. But the pains are worth it — steep and rugged spots consistently produces monster trophies. A group we guided in 2010 bagged the two largest moose taken through any outfitter in Alberta that year, both within a few days of each other in the same zone. Adventures are made to be savoured. We have excellent camera equipment, and extensive experience with professional hunting videography. We’ll work with your preferences to ensure you can re-live the highlights with your friends and family for years to come.
HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)
- Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge?
Lodging & Accommodations Scale
5 - Cabin/Lodge
4 - Bunk House/Trailer
3 - Wall Tent
2 - Backpack Tent
1 - Client Provided/Hotel
Clean and comfortable cabins will be provided for this hunt. These camps are very comfortable. To comply with local laws and regulations, this outfit exclusively uses “mobile camps” — basically cabins on wheels. They’re warm, comfortable bunkhouses, each equipped with private areas and a kitchen. (We’re big believers in excellent food.)
- Menu & Food: Full Kitchen?
Menu & Food Scale
5 - 5 Star Catered
4 - Full Kitchen
3 - Field Kitchen
2 - Backpack Food
1 - Client Provided
Homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes.
- Physical Conditions: Moderate Hiking?
Physical Conditions Scale:
5 - All Vehicle Access
4 - Light Hiking
3 - Moderate Hiking
2 - Heavy Hiking
1 - Extreme Back Country
Hunter should be prepared for some moderate hiking for this hunt. These hunts are going to challenge you. The best areas are remote and difficult to access. But the pains are worth it — steep and rugged spots consistently produces monster trophies. A group this outfit guided in 2010 bagged the two largest moose taken through any outfitter in Alberta that year, both within a few days of each other in the same zone.
Transportation (To/From Basecamp)
Final destination city is Grande Prairie, Alberta. Outfitter will provide airport pick up and drop off if hunter decides to fly. All field transportation provided.
- Lodging & Accommodations
- Menu & Food
- Physical Conditions
This is a late season hunt so hunter should be prepared to be in colder conditions with snow possible. Insulated boots and thermal gear is a must. Layering systems are best. Full gear list to be provided when booked.
What Outfitter Provides
What to Bring
- Heavy weight socks
- Hunting Hat & Gloves
- Rifle with 40 rounds of ammunition
- Binoculars & Rangefinder
- Insulated and waterproof hiking boots
- Cold weather hunting gear-layering system recommended
- Thermal Base Layers
- 20 Quart Badlands Cooler
- Big Frig 45 Quart Badlands Cooler
- Mountain Extreme
- Mountain Guide
- RBO Mountain Light Shooting System
- What Outfitter Provides
- What to Bring