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Alberta Moose Hunting

moose-huntWe have completed 2021 a 2nd hunting season with not too many clients. We had 3 non-residents only bowhunting  for moose. One took a shot and was unable to kill his bull. The other 2 saw 7 moose with no bow shots. Both would have tagged bulls had they been hunting with a rifle.

The Alberta Government again allowed for the 2nd year for outfitters to sell limited entry hunting licenses to resident clients for Moose and Mule deer. Residents are normally on a lottery draw for many of their hunting licenses. I used 4 of my permits for these residents. They still needed a guide. All 4 tagged their bull moose.

We finished our 2018 season tagging some excellent bulls and many of the guys had multiple sightings and opportunities. A few phone calls to the guys on the reference list will show this to be so. We offer a high-quality hunt having a dedicated staff of guides, cooks & hands to ensure that your hunt is a productive and rewarding experience.

The rut hunts take place north and west of Edson and are normally run from a tent camp. In the 23 years of running this hunt we have had 16 seasons with more than 10 moose tagged on this hunt. The 6-day hunt is normally $5190 plus license and tax.

Our very popular November hunt has been traditionally been run from our Famous Carrot Creek Tent Camp in units that allow rifle hunting only in November. This area has good access, limited resident numbers and normally snow to make tracking moose easier. Success rates have fluctuated in the past based mostly on the current weather conditions at the time. One year when conditions were perfect, we had 10 hunters tag 10 bulls in 1 week. Another good example was the 1st week of Nov ’13. 1 guides hunter saw 7 bulls with both clients tagging theirs. With uncertain weather conditions we’ve increased the length of the hunt without increasing the price and implemented the trophy fee to show you we’re serious about our guys tagging game. I’m offering a short 5-day Nov hunt for $2440 without meals, accommodations, license or tax. Clients can stay at a local hotel/motel at their own expense. To show you that we’re serious about our clients tagging their bull we’ve incorporated a trophy fee paid only if you tag your bull. I limit advertising and sport shows, even printing a simpler brochure to cut costs. This lets me pass the savings on to you. You can add a Whitetail or Elk license to either of these hunts for $800.

You can look up resident success rates for our area at:

Many hunts include; pickup, on site meals, tent camp accommodations and 2 on 1 guiding. You can add other species to your hunt for very reasonable prices or upgrade your hunt to a 1 on 1 for only $200 per day. This will be the best deal you’ll find in Alberta.