Hunting British Columbia for Trophy Roosevelt Elk
Roosevelt Elk were reintroduced to the Sunshine Coast from Vancouver Island in 1987. The huge-bodied Elk often weigh in at over 1,000lbs. This outfitter is known for taking some of the largest Roosevelt Elk in the world. If yo are looking to harvest a flat-out giant, this is the outfitter to help you.
“If you’re searching for someone who can deliver on extreme trophy quality for Roosevelt Elk, we recommend you take a serious look at this outfit.”
The highest scoring bull from the 2008 season went 389 SCI. The 2009 season produced the new pending world record muzzleloader bull which scored 372 SCI. In 2010, they took a bull scoring 395 SCI. And today, this outfitter’s largest recorded bull scores 416 SCI.
By taking a limited number of clients every year we maintain a high trophy quality. Our proffessional guides are dedicated to providing clients with a lasting memory of a great hunting experience. Many return clients will attest to this.”
~ The Outfitter
Roosevelt Elk hunts for rifle season start October 10th and end November 20th. Archery hunts start October 1st and also end on November 20th.
Roosevelt elk hunting is done in the mountains that look over the southwest coast of British Columbia. Your guide will take you via 4×4 up the logging trails where you will glass for trophy Roosevelt elk.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
– 90%-95% Success Rate
– Unmatched Trophy Quality
– Guaranteed Tags
If you tag out early or just to combo up, blacktail deer or coastal black bear hunting in the tidal flats is available for an additional trophy fee, or sit back and enjoy some trout and red snapper fishing from the comfort of your float house before dining on fresh dungeness crab while you take in the beautiful scenery with a glass of wine or a cocktail.
All clients fly into Vancouver International Airport. If you are travelling to the northern part of the guiding area, you will fly with Pacific Coastal Airlines. Pacific Coastal Airlines have 3 scheduled flights a day. If hunting in Southern portion of the guiding area, clients take a 5 minute taxi ride to the SEA Air Float plane base (next to the flying Beaver restaurant). Flights can be arranged with West Coast Air or Tofino Air. Then you will enjoy a 35 minute float plane ride into camp.
Transportation and Accommodations
Quaint float houses overlooking British Columbia’s beautiful mountains and waterways will be your accommodations for the hunt. When it comes time to start chasing the elk, your guide will take you up the mountains via 4x4s where you will encounter the heaviest populations of Roosevelt elk and begin your hunt.
A typical dinner will consist of fresh dungeness crab with melted butter, trout, or red snapper that you catch on your trip. Special food requests can be made ahead of time.