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Coastal British Columbia

Coastal British Columbia

 

Black Bear

Coastal British Columbia (B.C.) arguably has the largest population of Black Bears per square mile in North America. The mild climate here allows these Bears to feed longer annually, starting in the early spring and ending in the late fall on the spawning salmon streams. Our hunting area encompasses 3,500 square miles in the Powell River area, on the southwest coast of B.C. Spring Bear hunts are guided from boats cruising along beaches and into estuaries, or by glassing the logged off areas in the mountains where Bears are feeding on the lush new vegetation. All hunts are exciting spot and stalk. Our average Bear squares over 6 feet, although every year 7 foot plus Bears are taken; with a very high percentage of these Bear skulls making the records books. The number of Black Bears, as well as their size is what has made this area so famous. Spring Bear season typically opens approximately April 1 and closes June 15. Fall Bear season dates are approximately September 10 until December 10.

Roosevelt Elk

Roosevelt Elk were reintroduced to the sunshine coast of B.C. in 1986. Since that time the herds have flourished. Many of these mature Roosevelt Elk Bulls weigh over 1,000 pounds and sport some very impressive antlers. The highest scoring Roosevelt Elk to come from this area to date scored 419 SCI points. In 2009 we harvested the new muzzleloader world record Roosevelt Elk. The largest Bulls taken in the past two seasons have scored 385 SCI and 405 SCI points. Our Canadian Roosevelt Elk Archery hunting season opens on October 1st and closes on November 20. Rifle season starts on October 10 and closes on November 20. Access to some of the Elk hunting area is by boat only; from there hunting is done on 4×4 vehicles, ATV’s and on foot. Your Roosevelt Elk hunt should¬†be planned with your physical condition in mind. Elk permits are limited, please plan ahead. Black Bear and Black-Tailed Deer hunting can be added to your Roosevelt Elk hunt. Fall big game season typically opens on or about September 9 and closes on December 3, annually.

Black-Tailed Deer

Black-Tailed Deer hunts are normally conducted in October and November. These hunts are guided much like our Elk hunts. We normally guide them on a 1 hunter to 1 guide basis. Deer are seen daily and most of the bucks are harvested in the logged cut over areas. Boats, 4×4 vehicles and ATV’s are used to reach prime spot and stalk areas.

Mountain Lion

Mountain Lion hunts are normally conducted in December, January and February. Four wheel drive vehicles, ATV’s and dogs are used.

 

Lodging

Pricing

Hunts Prices Per Person
10 Day Roosevelt Elk Hunt Price Upon Request – Contact Us!
5 Day Black Bear Hunt 1 Hunter Per Guide – $5,800.00
2 Hunters Per Guide – $4,800.00
7 Day Mountain Goat Hunt 1 Hunter Per Guide – 8,000.00
5 day Black-Tailed Deer 1 Hunter Per Guide – $5,000.00
7 Day Cougar Hunt 1 Hunter Per Guide – $7,000.00

WOLVES ARE INCLUDED ON ALL HUNTS AT NO EXTRA CHARGE

Government License, Royalty & Tag Fees
Guide Association Fund $150.00
Non-Resident License $180.00
Non-Hunter Fee $200.00 Per Day
Fishing License $60.00
Black-Tailed Deer $175.00
Bobcat $60.00
Cougar $360.00
Elk $375.00
Mountain Goat $425.00
Wolf $75.00

Any wounded and not recovered animals are considered a kill.

Trophy Fees Due For Additional Animals Harvested On A Hunt
Black Bear $3,000.00
Black-Tailed Deer $1,000.00
Bobcat $1,500.00
Cougar $3,000.00

Hunts Include: Professional guides, quality food, modern, comfortable and well equipped camps, transportation via boats, 4 wheel drive vehicles and ATV’s during your hunt, as well as field preparation of your capes and trophies.

Not Included: Round trip airfare, transportation to camp, hunting license and tags, firearms and ammunition (should you choose to rent a gun), hotel expenses before and after your hunt dates, alcohol and personal expenditures.

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