British Columbia Moose Hunt
This Fully guided British Columbia Moose combo hunt is both Affordable and Unique.
The Prince George region of British Columbia has been long known for its game rich wilderness and beautiful scenery. Located in East Central BC, our Outfitters 980 square miles of pristine wilderness of the Rockies is no exception. This moose hunt is both affordable and unique in that hunters can do both a lodge-based AND river float hunt!
- Averaging 40-55″ class bulls, with the possibility of larger.
- Calling is utilized during the rut.
- Spot-and-Stalk, River and Road Based Hunt accessed by boat and 4×4 vehicle.
- Black bear and Wolf included!
- Moose hunting season runs mid September through mid October.
- These hunts are planned on an eight day schedule. Hunters will typically spend four days hunting from the lodge and four days on the river float. The float is optional and we do have the ability to customize the trip for those wanting to spend the full eight days hunting from the lodge or the river on a wilderness adventure!
- 1:1 and 2:1 options. Guides are experienced and well seasoned hunters from British Columbia. Our outfitter and his staff work hard for our clients and know their area well.
Lodge Based Moose Hunt
When hunting from the lodge, hunters should expect to wake up early to a home cooked meal prior to heading out for the morning hunt. Moose are most active during the morning and evening hours. Unless hunting dictates otherwise, hunters and guides will head back to the lodge mid day for a quick lunch prior to heading back out for the afternoon/evening. Hunters should expect to get back later every night from the field for dinner.
River Float Hunt
During the river float, hunters can expect a similar daily schedule as the lodge-based portion. However, hunters should expect to cover ground throughout the day by foot or floating the river when necessary to locate mature bulls!
More Resources for this Hunt
- Lodging and Accommodations
- Gear List
- Travel Information
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- Photo Gallery
- Booking Your Trip
Lodging and Accommodations
Rustic, comfortable, cabin style lodging with full amenities.
- Hunters will have all bedding provided.
- Lodge is wheelchair accessible.
- Workout equipment is on sight for the gym goer’s!
- All meals will be home cooked and served from the lodge while on the lodge-based portion of the hunt. *Meals during the river float are still home cooked and served from base camp in the wilderness.
We ask that you fly into Prince George, British Columbia (YXS).
Hotel/airport pick up & drop off available by our outfitter & his staff. For those who fly it is advised to arrive early-mid day, on the arrival date (the day prior to the hunt start date) or the evening prior to the arrival date and stay at a hotel in Prince George, BC. Hunters will depart moose camp the morning after the last scheduled hunt day and dropped off in Prince George.
Hotel’s: Our Outfitter recommends the Ramada in Prince George. It has fair pricing, good pub/restaurant, & Starbucks in the lobby.
Meat and Trophy Logistics: Cape and Antlers can be expedited through our outfitter’s local taxidermist (Estimated $800-1000 USD). Hunters can fly home a small amount of meat in a cooler through commercial travel. If a hunter wants to bring home their entire bull, they will need to drive to Prince George.
You will be able to have two checked bags and one carry on bag. Airlines are changing their rules daily it seems, so call ahead of time to find out weight limits, as well as how many bags you can have. As of today, your checked bags can weigh up to 50 pounds, and your carry on 25 pounds.
I would also suggest that your bow case has some extra room so you can pack other items in it as well. Do not have anything they perceive as weapons (knives, sharpeners, etc.) in your carry on, they will take it. This is an extensive packing list, but I will be narrowing it down for the hunt you are booked for.
- Socks (polypro liners, good wool blend outers) 1 pair for every 2-4 days……NO COTTON!
- Long Underwear top/bottoms (2 pair)….NO COTTON!
- Hunting Pants (Wool/Synthetic) (2 pair)
- Shirts (Wool/Synthetic) (2 pair)
- Gloves (2 pair)
- Hat (one warm and one baseball style)
- Raingear (for the BC hunts, buy the best you can afford)
- Jacket and Vest
- Boots (Good treated leather, and in BC you will need knee high rubber boots)
- Blister Kit
- Camp Shoes
- Sleeping bag (synthetic or down, good to -10 C)
- Sleeping pad (thermarest style)
- Daypack (2000-3500 cubic inches), needs to be quiet, with a water bladder system in it.
- Binoculars (10×42 is optimal) with chest straps.
- Compact Knife and Sharpener
- Arrows (1-2 dozen)
- Broadheads (1 dozen….SHARP)
- Extra rest and sight pins
- Extra release
- Bow Sling
- Allen wrench set
- String wax
- Camo clothing: I suggest the ASAT leafy suit to go over your existing hunting clothing, this stuff works.
- Camera (digital with 1 mb or bigger disk)
- Headlamp with extra batteries
- Water bottle
- Waterproof matches/lighter
- Bug repellent (vital for spring bear hunts!)
- GPS/extra batteries
- Compass w/mirror
- Sunglasses w/head strap
- Paperback book
- No Scent hair and body soap
- Toilet paper for day pack
- Lip balm
- No scent deodorant
- Baby Wipes (unscented….these are mandatory for our BC out trips!)
- Spotting scope/tripod
- Video camera
- Small notepad and pencil
- Specialty snacks
Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.
- 1:1 or 2:1 professionally guided.
- Airport pickup and drop off in Prince George.
- All transportation during the hunt.
- Home Cooked Meals and Lodging.
- Trophy/meat prep (frozen for travel).
- One Bull Moose, Black bear, and Wolf
- 3% GST Tax.
- Transportation to/from Prince George and clients home.
- Required license and tags.
- Meat processing.
- Trip Insurance is highly recommended for any hunting trip.
- While a tip is not required, it is very much appreciated, and guides often depend on them a supplemental income. Learn how much to tip a hunting guide.
When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.
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