Three or six day wolf and coyote hunts are based out of this outfitters lodge November through the end of March. The Boreal forest, farm land transition terrain provides high numbers of these wary predators in Northern Alberta giving hunters good opportunity. Currently, in Alberta for wolves and coyotes the limit is all you can shoot. The hides are thick and the fur is in perfect prime condition. For wolf hunts bait piles, spot and stalk, and predator calling will be used.
Expect temperatures to be cold in November to March -40F to +10F. The hunting dates will see many days with a bag lunch and beverages being provided. You should expect to be out all day. Plan to dress in layers our weather can be unpredictable with warm ups happening or fast hard temperature drops. You may spend your day in a truck or out in fresh air so layers are critical to ensure a comfortable hunt. Expect snow and travel will be by truck, snowmobile, or quads while wolf hunting. You can expect a kill percentage of about 50%.
Alberta wolf hunts include: License, tags and wildlife certificate; Pick up at the Peace River airport; All vehicle transportation during hunt; Food and accommodations during the hunt; Field dressing, skinning and caping of your trophy; Pre-purchasing of licenses and permits
Your hunt will not include: Transportation to High Level, Alberta; Shipping, crating, and handling of trophy; Taxidermy (Your outfitter can provide excellent taxidermy services at an additional cost); 5% Goods & Services Tax.
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