North America Adventures

Maybe more so than anywhere else in the world, sport hunting here can change rapidly.  State and Provincial regulations, severe weather effects and hunting pressure all contribute in determining where to go from year to year.  Some areas that have historically produced the best trophies continue to do so while others, at present, seem to have declined.  Many hunts here can be arranged in combination with another specie or two; however, some of the best Elk hunts on the market today are just that: Elk only hunts with very low success or poor trophy quality on Mule Deer, for instance.  A good way to plan is to have a primary specie in mind and consider secondary species only if they work logistically and financially.

If you draw a limited entry permit or have interest in applying for certain species on a draw basis, please contact us and we’ll be happy to offer our advice and point you in the right direction.

 

Alaska

Brown Bear - $17,000   15 days private property on the Alaska Peninsula, Unit #9, for Spring 2010 or Fall 2011 - “Premier Hunt!”

Brown Bear - $14,500   10 days on Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, extreme southwest part of state for Fall hunt only

Brown Bear - $11,500 to $12,000   10 days on Admiralty Island in southeast Alaska for boat or land based Spring hunt

Dall Sheep - $13,500 to $15,500   10 days in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of the Brooks Range with Grizzly Bear or Caribou on a trophy fee basis

Alaska/Yukon Moose - $13,400   10 days in northern part of state along the Salmon River with Grizzly Bear on a trophy fee basis

Alaska/Yukon Moose - $13,500   10 days in Wood/Tikchik Park of southwestern Alaska

Barren Ground Caribou - $5,200 (2X1)   7 days in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of the Brooks Range hunting the Porcupine Herd

Barren Ground Caribou - $2,700 Drop Camp   7 days unguided in western Brooks Range hunting the Western Arctic Herd

Black Bear - $4,500 (2X1)   7 day boat based hunt in southeast Alaska near Juneau for Spring only - good opportunity for 7’ class bear

Sitka Blacktail Deer - $4,200   5 days on Kodiak Island with lodge and/or wall tent accommodations

 

Canada

Stone Sheep - $20,000 + $8,000 trophy fee   14 days in Cassiar Mountains of northwestern B.C. with additional species available on a trophy fee

Stone/Fannin Sheep - $12,000 + $12,000 trophy fee   14 days in southern Yukon Territory with Mtn. Caribou available on a trophy fee

Dall Sheep - $17,500   10 days in MacKenzie Mountains of the NWT with Mtn. Caribou available on a trophy fee (Also 14 day hunt for $19,500)

Dall/Fannin Sheep - $16,900   10 days in extreme northwest B.C. along the Yukon border with most rams having color

Bighorn Sheep - $25,000 + $8,000 trophy fee   10 days in Kootenay Region of southeast B.C.

Alaska/Yukon Moose - $8,500 + $3,500 trophy fee   10 days in Yukon by boat or horseback with the option to harvest Grizzly Bear for $3,500 and/or Mtn. Caribou for $3,000

Canada Moose - $9,500 to $10,000   10 days in Cassiar Mountains of northwestern B.C. by boat or horseback

Canada Moose - $7,500   10 days in northeast B.C. near Fort St. John

Canada Moose - $6,000   7 days in north central Alberta

Shiras Moose/Mule Deer Combo - $8,500   8 days in extreme southeast B.C.

Mountain Caribou - $7,200 or $6,200 (2X1)   10 days by horseback in the Cassiar Mountains

Central Barren-Ground Caribou - $5,750   7 days in the NWT with Wolf & Wolverine at no additional cost and 2nd Caribou can be taken for $1,500

Quebec/Labrador Caribou - $5,600 to $7,600   8 days in Quebec hunting the George & Leaf River herds - price based upon package booked and includes license for two Caribou

Grizzly Bear - $11,000   10 days in northwest B.C. with tent/cabin lodging for Fall hunt only

Grizzly Bear - $8,500 + $3,500 trophy fee   10 days in southern Yukon for Spring or Fall - river based and spot/stalk

Mtn. Goat - $6,000 to $9,500 range   7 to 10 day hunts throughout B.C. with many options available and can be combined with other species

Cougar - $5,500 to $8,500 range   7 to 10 days in B.C. and Alberta from December through March depending on location and may be combined with Lynx and/or Bobcat and Wolf

Black Bear - $2,900 to $6,500 range   6 to 7 days during both Spring and Fall with options available in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Newfoundland & NWT

Elk - $8,950   10 days in northeast B.C. along the Rocky Mtn. Front with 80% success on 6 pt. bulls

Elk/Mule Deer/Black Bear Combo - $6,750   8 days in the Kootenay Region of southeast B.C.

Mule Deer - $5,950   6 days along the foothills of southwest Alberta with great opportunity at 180”+ bucks

Mule Deer - $4,500   7 days in southeast B.C. near Montana/Alberta border for late October/November hunt

Whitetail Deer - $4,500   6 days in north central Saskatchewan near Prince Albert

Whitetail Deer - $3,800   6 days in west central Manitoba in good forest fringe area

Whitetail Deer - $4,250 to $5,750   6 days in east central and north central Alberta

 

Lower 48 & Mexico

Elk - $4,500 to $5,000   5 days on private property in northwest Colorado, 300” bulls are not uncommon

Elk - $5,500 to $6,500   5 days on private property in south central Montana with typical bulls taken scoring 300” to 330”

Elk - $6,000 to $7,500   5 days on private property in north central New Mexico includes landowner permit and average bulls scoring 300” to 350”

Elk/Mule Deer Combo - $3,500   7 days on unguided drop camp basis on private property with cabin accomodations, Unit #22 in northwestern Colorado

Mule Deer - $4,500   5 days in Unit #21 in Colorado for 190” caliber bucks - this is a great hunt if you have six or more preference points there or a landowner tag can be purchased for an additional $2,000 to $4,000 depending on the season

Mule Deer - $4,000   4 1/2 days on private property in western Colorado or Mule Deer/Elk combo for $5,000

Mule Deer - $3,950   5 days in eastern Montana on private property and can be combined with Antelope

Mule Deer - $2,950   4 days in western South Dakota on private property that makes a great youth hunt or first time Mule Deer opportunity

Cougar - $5,000   6 days for December through March in the Bookcliffs area of northwest Colorado with success being 90% over the past 15 years

Antelope - $2,800   3 days on private ranches in northeast New Mexico that includes landowner permit

Antelope - $2,250   3 days in eastern Montana on private ranches with tag application due by June 1st
Great success on bucks scoring 75” plus.

Antelope - $3,500   3 days in October in west Texas on over 200,000 acres of private ranches with landowner permit included

Black Bear - $2,500   6 days in central Idaho hunting by bait, hounds or on spot/stalk basis with option for 2nd bear on $1,000 trophy fee

Auodad - Barbary Sheep - $4,750   4 days free range on 200,000 acres private property in the mountains of west Texas

Wild Boar/Feral Hog - $600   2 day free range hunt in south central Alabama & Georgia

Turkey (Eastern) - $1,200   3 days for one gobbler in Alabama, Georgia & Missouri with upgrade to two birds in 6 days at $2,100

Turkey (Rio Grande) - $1,100   2 1/2 days in Kansas on guided basis or 4 days unguided at $650

Whitetail or Mule Deer - $1,600   6 days archery on private property in western North Dakota with lodging on unguided basis

Whitetail Deer - $3,250   5 days in Iowa on private property with muzzleloader or shotgun in December - tag application deadline June 1st

Whitetail Deer - $3,250   7 days archery in Iowa on private property during November - tag application deadline June 1st

Whitetail Deer - $1,300   3 days for one buck in Alabama includes doe tags at no add’l cost or 6 days for two bucks at $2,500

Whitetail Deer - $3,750   5 days in north central Kansas on private property with rifle or muzzleloader or semi-guided at $2,995

Whitetail Deer - $2,995   6 day archery hunt on private property in north central Kansas or semi-guided at $2,500

Whitetail Deer or Mule Deer - $2,895   5 days in south central Nebraska; also 5 day muzzleloader at $2,495 or 6 day archery at $2,195

Columbia Blacktail Deer - $6,500   5 days in southern Oregon on private property with landowner or outfitter sponsored tag included