Stone Sheep Hunting in British Columbia
Our hunters have had 100% opportunity on this sheep hunt!
This British Columbia Outfitter is one of the best when it comes to Stone Sheep and Wilderness Guiding.
He and his guides consistently get hunters on great Stone Sheep Rams. In fact their average ram over the last 6 years has been 37 inches with 13 1/2 inch bases.
So, if you’re looking for a great Stone Sheep hunt with the chance to combo a Mountain Goat or Mountain Caribou this is it!
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You’re on top of the mountains, in high grassy meadows, and living in and among the Rams..What more needs to be said.”
British Columbia is known as the Serengeti of North America and for good reason. It has some of the most pristine and rugged wilderness combined with a diverse array of some of the best trophy animals anywhere on the planet, making it a destination to rival Africa. Not to mention, you get to experience it all on horseback.
Stone Sheep hunting in British Columbia starts August 1, and goes through early September. Starting August 12 you can combo a Mountain Caribou (375 B&C average), and starting August 25 you can also combo a Moose (55″ average). These hunts are a great way to get your hunting season off to a great start.
Hunting is primarily conducted via horseback and spot and stalk. Clients are welcome to use their weapon of choice, be it archery, rifle or muzzleloader.
For the last 6 years this outfitter has maintained a 100% opportunity rate on trophy Stone Sheep! Regardless of your success, you will have an incredible adventure on this hunt and create memories to last a lifetime.
Combo Opportunities Abound!
One of the great things about Stone Sheep hunting in British Columbia is the opportunity to combo multiple trophy species on a single hunt. Depending on the time of year you can combo Mountain Goats, Trophy Mountain Caribou and Huge Bull Moose, as well as Grizzly and Wolf.
Trophy pics from this hunt:
Many consider stone sheep among the top big game animals in the world. It’s hard to argue.
Hunters will make their way to Smithers BC by vehicle or flight, where you can then (rent a car if flying) and drive 6hrs to Dease Lake where you will meet up and catch your float plane flight into camp. You will need to keep the weight of your gear to 50 lbs to avoid any overweight issues on your flights coming out.
*You can also try and book a flight from Smithers to Dease Lake, but the flights are limited and often delayed or canceled due to weather. We suggest staying at the Hudson Bay Lodge in Smithers, as they have a storage room where you can leave your hard cases and other luggage.
As these are true wilderness hunts, your accommodations will consist of either Wall Tents or Cabins. Some camps also have generators available for power. You will enjoy a hearty breakfast, a bagged lunch and delicious home cooked dinners.