How does a 200-inch mule deer sound to you? That’s what we thought.
Alberta mule deer hunts offer some of the best Trophy Mule Deer hunting in the world.
The mule deer hunting in Alberta’s Peace River area is only getting better every year. As of 2011 the winters have been mild so the muley numbers are up and the trophy quality is getting crazy good.
Due to the amazing trophy quality, these hunts are in extremely high demand and usually booked years in advance. If you want to go on this mule deer hunt you need to contact us soon.
Alberta mule deer hunts are six days in mid September while the bucks are in their bachelor groups and feeding during long daylight hours.
If you hunt early in the season, expect to see as many as 15 bucks at a time in bachelor groups feeding in canola fields or oats. These bucks bed in the fields in midday, giving the hunter an excellent spot and stalk opportunity or to position a climber stand for a push. Great bowhunting opportunity! You should be able to do a couple of stalks a day and sit in the evenings for at least a 170 class mule deer.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality are Amazing!
Success rates are near 100% yearly on bucks scoring at least 170 inches with an amazing amount of bucks being over 200 inches. This is an INCREDIBLE mule deer hunt!
I have hunted mule deer with this outfitter multiple times and have taken a great mule deer each time, including one buck over 200 inches.” -Marc Warnke
*This hunt is booked 2 yrs in advance. For a good chance at a 200+” mule deer, we HIGHLY suggest getting on the waiting list.
License and tags are over-the-counter.
Hunters will need to purchase an over-the-counter non-resident hunting license. Government biologists put a draw system in place for residents to hunt mule deer in 1999. Great genetics, protein rich food sources and now maturity, has resulted in some of the best trophy mule deer hunting in the world… and it’s only getting better every year.
This outfitter is located approx. 350 miles Northwest of Edmonton, Alberta or 60 miles North of Grande Prairie, Alberta. Once you arrive, all transportation will be provided.
Stay in a modest ranch house. Hunters have their own bedrooms and all amenities including: laundry; wifi; satellite tv; and Internet. The living room has fireplace and tv to watch all the football games while enjoying a beverage from the bar.