British Columbia Trophy Moose Hunt
Trophy moose hunt for bulls with spreads from 50 to 65 inches.
This outfitters’ trophy moose hunt takes place in arguably some of the best moose habitat in British Columbia with over 20 lakes and a major swamp system.
This trophy moose hunt is 10 days starting in September. The outfitter uses both boats and horses, and hunters can combo either with caribou or mountain goats.
Our clients continue to harvest bulls with spreads from 50 to 65 inches. Each year more than one will enter their name in the Boone and Crocket record book.”
British Columbia moose hunts are from September through mid October.
Moose hunting is done by spot-and-stalk or calling using boats and horses to access the hunting area.
The trophy quality is superb with high success rates on trophy moose spreading from 50 to 65 inches. Multiple hunters take B&C moose yearly.
Add a caribou or a mountain goat to your trophy moose hunt!
For a trophy fee, you can add either a mountain goat or a caribou to your moose hunt. Some years you can see 700 caribou per day and hunters take bulls scoring 380+” B&C each year. Big mountain goats are common in this area as well and this outfitter has a 100% success rate on them. Ask us about this hunt »
Horseback moose hunts are 1×1 guiding. Lake hunts can be guided 2×1 if you wish.
Tags and License
Moose tags and hunting licenses are available over-the-counter.
Most hunters fly to Vancouver International Airport and then catch one of the daily flights to Smithers, BC. From Smithers you will either fly or rent a vehicle and drive to Dease Lake the morning before your moose hunt. You fill fly into and out of camp from Dease Lake, British Columbia via floatplane.
Depending on the area you will be moose hunting, you will stay either in a cabin or a wall tent.
On this trophy moose hunt, you can also take a caribou and/or a mountain goat for an additional trophy fee. The price will surprise you, inquire here. Also, wolf is included in the tag fee!