Trophy Mule Deer and Mule Deer/Whitetail Combo Hunts in Alberta

Mule deer hunting Alberta Canada has been known for a long time as one of the premier places for a chance at a Boone and Crockett mule deer. The vast farm and prairie lands produce big bucks every season. Along with the big muleys, there is some absolutely epic whitetail hunting. On this hunt it can be a combo!

This hunt will take place from one of Two camps in the Edmonton Alberta area.

They have a historical success rate of 80%+ on trophy mule deer. They take approximately 15 deer hunters a year, carrying a mid-180 inch average, with a couple 200+ bucks taken yearly. They are averaging 80% on successful kill rates each year too.

THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THIS HUNT

Trophy whitetail, mule deer combo hunts in Alberta.

  • All hunters must arrive in Edmonton, Ab (YEG) one day prior to the hunt and plan to depart the day after the last full hunt day.

  • Rifle season runs the entire month of November, archery starts mid September for both species.

  • Hunts are 9 days hunting, unless other arrangements are made.

  • In 2012 season the average whitetail score was 181″ B&C.

  • Each season we take a few giant bucks close or over 200″ B&C.

  • You will often encounter coyotes on your hunt, wolves occasionally and you will have a license for both.

  • Our most productive method on whitetail is stand hunting from ground blinds or elevated box blinds.

  • Mule deer hunts are mainly spot and stock style once a trophy is located.

  • We take a very limited number of mule deer combination hunts each year; space is limited.

  • Peak rut for mule deer is usually between Nov 7 – 14.

  • Peak rut for whitetails is usually between Nov 14 – 21.

  • Average shot distance is 50 – 175 yards.

  • A flat shooting .25 caliber rifle or larger is recommended.

  • All hunters must take their trophy home after the hunt is concluded. Your license is your export permit. 

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