British Columbia Wolf Hunts
This hunt takes place in an exclusive outfitter territory that is made up of 1.6 million acres of prime wolf hunting habitat in beautiful British Columbia.
* This British Columbia Outfitter is fluent in German and has special packages available for European hunters.
Although wolf hunting is generally done as a combo along with other big game animals while hunting, this Outfitter offers a winter wolf hunting season in January and February.
These winter wolf hunting trips run 7 days. Wolves are cunning and elusive, so this Outfitter will set out several wolf baits as well as use electronic and verbal calling. Depending on your desires your guide will take you by 4 Wheel Drive Truck, ATV, or Snowmobile to a Choice pre-baited area.
Basically, there are 2 ways to hunt wolves. The first way is to… well, not really hunt wolves, but rather keep a tag in your pocket just in case when you’re out hunting deer or elk.
You never know when you might stumble into a pack of wolves, so it’s a good idea to be prepared even if you’re hunting something else. If you come across wolf hunting, it’s likely that they’ll see you before you see them, so you should be prepared to get a quick shot off because there probably won’t be much time for hesitation.
The second way to hunt if you’re interested in shooting a wolf is to wait for the wolf to come to you either by use of bait or by calling. Wolves are very territorial, and will patrol their territory regularly to keep out other wolves and predators. If you have seen wolf tracks or signs in an area, it’s a good bet that you’re in a packs territory and that they’re not far off, or they’ll be back again soon. Predator calling can work very well.
Hunt Reports for this outfitter:
If you have gone on a hunt with one of our outfitters, please submit a hunt report.
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