British Columbia Moose Combo Hunt
Some of the best trophy moose hunting in the World!
Incredible British Columbia moose hunts in both the famous Toad River and Kechika River drainages. This outfitter takes some GIANT bulls!
As you get further North, and more remote the trophy quality of Canadian moose gets better. This outfitter has both these qualities and harvests some giant Canadian Bulls. Be ready for a true wilderness experience on horseback for the best hunting.
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British Columbia moose hunts are usually combo hunts. This Outfitter offers moose/mountain goat, moose/caribou and moose/grizzly bear combo hunts.
There is nothing like seeing a huge bull moose coming in for some very close range shooting. It is very exciting. The regulation for moose in our area is tri-palm or 10-point. Big bulls don’t grow on trees so getting in deep and hunting hard is what you should be prepared for mentally and physically. Having the right gear on this hunt will make all the difference.
- Hunting Season – These British Columbia moose hunts are usually done in combination with other species. Moose/mountain goat and moose/grizzly combos take place from mid September through early October, and moose/caribou combos are in mid to late September.
- Hunting Method – Glassing/spot-and-stalk and calling. All British Columbia moose hunts are guided 1-on-1 to increase your opportunity for success.
- Trophy Quality – The minimum shooter in this area of British Columbia is either a tri-palm or 10-point bull. The photo gallery speaks for itself.
- Weather – The weather for these moose hunts can be snow, rain or sometimes pleasant Indian summer.
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Just moments after my guide and I agreed to move up the drainage, a moose materialized from the brush…. it looked like something from the ice age! Bigger than your SUV with antlers like two sheets of plywood. Thank you Outdoors International for an amazing hunt.
On these British Columbia moose hunts you will stay in either cabins or wall tents with heaters.
This moose hunting area is located on the famous Toad River, Gataga River, and Kechika river drainages. The base camp is located 120 miles west of Fort Nelson at mile 419 Alaska Highway. Once you arrive at base camp, horses will be used for transportation.