Big mulies are arguably the toughest game animal to harvest with a bow and arow, and we give it our best effort to produce a quality shot at one of these trophies on these Alberta Archery Mule Deer Hunts
This is an ideal hunt for bowhunters with multiple stalks increasing your chances of a successful hunt. You’ll likely need more than one opportunity and that is the nice thing about this hunt…you will get it.
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This hunt is a riot. You will see a lot of big mule deer bucks, but this is one of the toughest hunt (mentally) that you will ever go on. Trophy mule deer are one of the toughest animals to get within bow range, so patience is key.”
This is a bowhunting only camp guided by hardcore bowhunters!
The area we are hunting is desert with big river coulees that the deer bed in. We spot in the mornings, stalk during the day, and will set up blinds (usually pit blinds) to intercept the deer on their way to the feed in the evenings.
“Our hunters over the past 10 years have gone 35% on kills, with 100% opportunity at a P&Y buck. Our hunters have harvested deer as small as 118 P&Y and as big as 203 P&Y”
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
You can expect to see 50 to 100 mulies per day, with stalks happening on a daily basis.
-Opportunity Rate are 95%
-60% Bow Kills over the last three years
The Edmonton Bow Zone
Our outfitter is offering a very limited amount of Alberta archery whitetail deer hunts in the famous Edmonton bowzone. The Edmonton bowzone has been in existence since 1972, and encompasses 1400 sq. miles around the city of Edmonton. Alberta has long been known as producing huge whitetail bucks, and it continues to do so.
Hunters typically fly into Edmonton, Alberta. You will be picked up and dropped off at the Edmonton airport by the outfitter.