Alberta Rifle & Archery Moose Hunt
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Description

This region of Alberta has a high concentration of moose producing nearly 100% shot opportunity and 85%+ success. Experienced guides calling will produce intense encounters with heavily rutting bulls. 6 day, guided hunt includes lodge accommodations & meals, license and taxes. Moose Bowhunts: This outfitter hunts in the archery only season from late August to mid September. During this time they concentrate on the prime feeding areas, game trails, natural mineral "licks", and other prime habitat showing fresh Moose activity. This is a very exciting and productive hunt. They normally see more Moose on this hunt than any of the others. Moose are relatively easy to stalk and are big targets. This makes this hunt very doable. The weather at this time is very pleasant and the days are long. If you want to have the challenge of taking North Americas largest member of the deer family with a bow, this is the hunt for you. Rut Moose Hunts: The rut Moose hunts take place in late September to mid October. During this time the moose are in the peak of the rut. Outfitter will call them in making relatively easy shots. Hearing their deep grunt as they respond is every bit as exciting as the bugle of a bull elk. This hunt can be done with bow or rifle and both are highly successful. Their success on this hunt is consistently 85% + on kills and of course opportunity is almost always 100%. November Post Rut Moose Hunts: At this time the outfitter hunts moose by spot and stalk. The moose are feeding more in the open at this time. The lack of leaves and the presence of snow make them easier to spot and locate. You will see a lot of Moose on this hunt. This hunt can be done with rifle or bow, but it is more successful as a rifle hunt. In the past few years this outfitter has killed their biggest bulls on this hunt. The kill percentage is similar to the rut hunt, 85-90%. Options to add additional species to the hunt. Option to shoot a wolf with no charge.


Details

  • Species: Canada Moose
  • Average Classification: 35 - 40
  • Shot Opportunity: 85
  • Weapons: Archery, Rifle
  • Hunt Catalog #: RB8120-01
  • Tag Availability: Draw And Landowner Voucher
Classification details:

40”- 45” bulls with the possibility of 50"+ trophy class

Weapons description:

Options for an archery or rifle hunt.


Options

Non-hunter

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Option for a non-hunter observer.

  • Non-hunter $900.00
  • Whitetail

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    Options to add a whitetail buck to the hunt.

    • Whitetail Buck $2,500.00
    • Black Bear

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      Options to add a black bear to the hunt. Bears average 5-8 feet tall and come in all color phases.

      • Black Bear $1,000.00
      • 1:1 Upgrade

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        Option to upgrade to a 1:1 hunt for $500/day.

        • 1:1 Upgrade $3,000.00
        • Hunt Dates (required)

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          Option for archery only pre rut hunt, rut hunt (archery or rifle), or post-rut hunt (archery or rifle).

          • Archery ONLY pre-rut hunt $0.00
          • Rut Hunt (rifle or archery) $3,000.00
          • Post rut-hunt (rifle or archery) $1,500.00
          • Additional Day of hunting

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            Option to add an additional day or days of hunting. Price is $500.00/day.

            • Additional Day of Hunting $500.00

            • Available Dates

              September 24, 2020 - October 30, 2022


              Pricing

              • Price: $5,600.00

              50% deposit with balance due to the outfitter before hunt. 2021 IS BOOKED. Open for 2022. This is the price for the archery pre-rut hunt. If interested in rut or post-rut hunt, select below.


              Group Options

              Option to add additional species. Option for a non-hunter. Option for a 1:1 hunt. Option for a rut or post-rut hunt (either can be rifle or archery). Option to add an additional day(s) of hunting.

              Location

              West Central Alberta, Alberta, Canada


              Refund Policy:

              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.

              Description

              This region of Alberta has a high concentration of moose producing nearly 100% shot opportunity and 85%+ success. Experienced guides calling will produce intense encounters with heavily rutting bulls. This is a 6 day, 2:1 guided hunt includes lodge accommodations & meals, license and taxes. Options to upgrade to a 1:1 hunt for an additional cost. Options to add several species for a trophy fee. Wolves may be shot with no additional charge for free. Moose Bowhunts: This outfitter hunts in the archery only season from late August to mid September. During this time they concentrate on the prime feeding areas, game trails, natural mineral "licks", and other prime habitat showing fresh Moose activity. This is a very exciting and productive hunt. They normally see more Moose on this hunt than any of the others. Moose are relatively easy to stalk and are big targets. This makes this hunt very doable. The weather at this time is very pleasant and the days are long. If you want to have the challenge of taking North Americas largest member of the deer family with a bow, this is the hunt for you. Rut Moose Hunts: The rut Moose hunts take place in late September to mid October. During this time the moose are in the peak of the rut. Outfitter will call them in making relatively easy shots. Hearing their deep grunt as they respond is every bit as exciting as the bugle of a bull elk. This hunt can be done with bow or rifle and both are highly successful. Their success on this hunt is consistently 85% + on kills and of course opportunity is almost always 100%. November Post Rut Moose Hunts: At this time the outfitter hunts moose by spot and stalk. The moose are feeding more in the open at this time. The lack of leaves and the presence of snow make them easier to spot and locate. You will see a lot of Moose on this hunt. This hunt can be done with rifle or bow, but it is more successful as a rifle hunt. In the past few years this outfitter has killed their biggest bulls on this hunt. The kill percentage is similar to the rut hunt, 85-90%.


              HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

              • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge
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                Lodging & Accommodations Scale

                5 - Cabin/Lodge

                4 - Bunk House/Trailer

                3 - Wall Tent

                2 - Backpack Tent

                1 - Client Provided/Hotel

              Comfortable and clean cabins are provided for this hunt. *Photos coming soon.

              • Menu & Food: Full Kitchen
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                Menu & Food Scale

                5 - 5 Star Catered

                4 - Full Kitchen

                3 - Field Kitchen

                2 - Backpack Food

                1 - Client Provided

              Fresh and hot meals served on this hunt. Homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes.

              • Physical Conditions: Moderate Hiking
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                Physical Conditions Scale:

                5 - All Vehicle Access

                4 - Light Hiking

                3 - Moderate Hiking

                2 - Heavy Hiking

                1 - Extreme Back Country

              This hunt can accommodate for hunters of all physical abilities. Use of ATVs will be available for this hunt. On average, hunter can expect 5 miles or more of hiking a day.


              Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

              Hunters will fly into Grand Prairie, Alberta. Outfitter will pick up and drop off hunters at the airport. Hunters may also choose to fly into Edmonton, AL and drive to camp. It is approximately a 3.5 hour drive. If hunters would like to take their meat home, Outfitter suggests driving.

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              Description

              Hunter should pack according to what hunt they choose to go on. Earlier season hunts will provide warmer weather. Post-rut hunts may be cold and have snow during the hunt. Hunter should be prepared for all weather. Full gear list to be provided when hunt is booked.


              What Outfitter Provides

              • All licenses and tags
              • ATVS
              • Meals
              • Lodging

              What to Bring

              • Thermal base layers
              • Binoculars & Rangefinder
              • Rifle with 40 rounds of ammunition
              • Headlamp with extra batteries
              • Moderate to cold weather hunting clothing-layering system recommended
              • Comfortable and durable hiking boots

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