Ultimate Moose Hunts
Alberta Moose Hunt - AB02
There are a lot of moose available in this area that average between 35 and 45 inches with a couple over 50 taken each year. Be ready for long days of hunting. Up early for a good breakfast then out all day with a packed lunch to get you thru till dark. Home cooked meals for supper will be served by a full time cook. Hunts will be conducted by 4x4's to get you to prime areas and spot and stalk from there.
This Moose hunt takes place in the forests of Northern Alberta about 3 hours north of Edmonton. Our area has an excellent population of moose with the trophy potential being very high. The area is a combination of forests and muskeg swamps that the moose love.
Hunting efforts are concentrated using a spot and stalk method. We will do plenty of glassing and driving the many cut lines to find the moose and then stalk in on them for the shot. This is not a very physical hunt but hunters should be in fairly good shape as they may be required to hike several miles to get into a shooting position. To be successful hunters need to be patient and trust their guide. We are very confident in our area and our outfitter. This time of year can get quite cold so we use only top quality equipment to make you as comfortable as possible to maximize your time in the field and your chance for success. Give this hunt a chance and you won't be disappointed.
This outfitter takes a limited number of hunters each year to ensure a top quality experience for all of their hunters.
This outfitter has some of the largest moose that Canada has to offer. They can weigh as much as 1600 pounds and have antlers that reach 65 inches in width, with the average being 50 inches. This outfitter has the exclusive outfitting rights for their 5000 square mile allocated area located 30-70 miles NW of Lynn Lake, Manitoba.
Their is a limited number of Moose hunts each fall. We are allocated 12 (bull only) tags by the Government of Manitoba for this exclusive area. Being the only outfitter allowed to take moose hunters in this area and it is strictly fly-in with no road access, you will not see other hunters and will have a particular area with your guide all to yourself. This is a one guide/hunter ratio hunt. Hunts are done by both boat and canoe on lakes and rivers by calling for Trophy bulls and also spot and stalk. Timberwolves may be taken on your moose tag. You may hunt with rifle, bow, cross bow or black powder, but no handguns are allowed in Canada.
This is a week long Newfoundland Moose hunt. Hunts are conducted using the spot and stalk method and experienced guides can call moose within range. Small boats are utilized to cross the larger bodies of water and allow hunters to cover the area in close proximity to the main lodges. Comfortable outpost camps situated in the river valleys provide the hunter with the opportunity to experience the best of both worlds, the conveniences of a modern lodge and the splendor of remote Newfoundland.
The mating period for moose usually runs from late September to early November. Newfoundland moose are classified as "Eastern Canadian" by "Boone and Crockett", "Pope and Young", and "Safari Club International". Bow, muzzleloader and rifle hunting are welcome, with this outfitters success rate for non-resident rifle hunters running over 80%.