Canadian Moose Hunts

Moose Hunting in British Columbia

Welcome to the land of giants. Our moose are without question the largest Canadian moose available to hunt anywhere in the world. With the northern boundary of our territory running along the Yukon border for 100 miles the genetics in this region are nothing short of phenomenal. Resident pressure is non-existent due to the vast remoteness and limited access of the territory and we are the exclusive owners of the guide outfitting rights.

In 1980 Michael Laub killed the number one Boone and Crockett Canadian moose of all time just 30 miles from our base camp. With a score of 242” this monster is only 23 inches off the number one all time Alaskan Yukon moose. Now these giants aren’t hiding behind every tree but the same genetics can be seen in the bulls we consistently harvest today.

We target 50-60 inch plus bulls in the 180”-210” B&C range although some are definitely bigger. Big heavy paddles with giant fronts make these bulls stand out compared to many other regions. If you’re looking for a truly exceptional bull this is the place.

Current World Record Canadian
Moose taken in our area!

We access remote areas by ATV’s, river boats and bush planes. Spreading out the hunting throughout this massive territory allows us to keep the harvest pressure down and the quality of trophy up.

Hunting methods include spot and stalk in the early season while the moose are still actively feeding in the high country. As the temperature drops and the days become shorter the bulls become very responsive to calling. Calling over lakes, marshes, meadows and along rivers is a very effective way to bring these king sized bulls into close range.

Rifle, muzzleloader and archery are all very effective at this time of the year. Mountain Caribou can be added on to many of these hunts and depending on availability it may be possible to add on Grizzly also.

Moose hunts begin September 10 and run until October 10.

All moose hunts in our northern territory are 10 days in duration. These hunt lengths may be adjusted to add more days or shorten for an additional cost.

Getting Here

If you fly into Fort Nelson you will arrive the day before your hunt is scheduled to begin. You will then be met by a representative of LRO and transferred to base camp. (Make sure you have your camera out for the drive) Once you arrive at base camp all the necessary paper work and a safety orientation will be completed. Depending on where your actual hunt is going to take place you will fly out that evening or the next morning. For those transferring out by ATV you will likely leave first thing the next morning.

If you choose to drive up to the base camp you will be given a detailed map and directions. You are also asked to be at the base camp no later than 2 p.m. the day before your hunt is scheduled to begin.

More Information

Method of take is rifle, bow or muzzleloader.

If you’re looking for that moose of a lifetime please contact us for our available dates, and get ready for a hunt you’ll never forget.

Please note that we cannot control the weather. We will do everything possible to get you out hunting on schedule, but please be patient if adverse weather conditions delay charter flights. The pilots are only concerned with your safety.

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