How do you hunt moose in BC?

Moose can easily be hunted in combination with mountain caribou, stone sheep, mountain goat or grizzly. On a 10-day hunt, a hunter can expect to take two species. For hunters willing to put in extra work, three species on a 10 day hunt is possible.

How much does it cost to hunt moose in British Columbia?

Prices

Hunting Package Days Price (per person)
Lynx 7 $5,950
Mountain Goat (also includes wolf) 7 $11,900
Shiras Moose (also includes mule deer, black bear, wolf and whitetail) 7 $9,950
Bighorn Sheep (also includes elk, mule deer, black bear, wolf and whitetail) 12 $38,000

Where is the best moose hunting in BC?

Moose are found throughout B.C. east of the Coast Mountains. Historically, the centre of the province (the Omineca and Cariboo Regions) offered some of the highest densities and best moose hunting in North America.

Do you have to have a guide to hunt moose in Canada?

A non-resident of Canada must hunt with and be accompanied by a guide. A non-resident of BC must hunt with and be accompanied by either a guide or a resident of BC who holds an Accompany to Hunt Permit. The rules in BC are different than in, say Ontario, where you can purchase tags from guides.

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Where are moose in BC?

Moose are most abundant in the central and northern Interior and the boreal forests of BC. This includes northern BC, Cariboo-Chilcotin, Thompson-Okanagan and Kootenay regions. Occasionally they will follow river valley bottoms to tidewater but they are generally absent from the coast and the dry southern Interior.

When can you hunt moose in BC?

Hunting Regulation

Item Species Open Season
9.1 WHITE-TAILED DEER Antlerless Nov. 1 to Nov. 30
10 MOOSE Bulls Nov. 1 to Nov. 15
11 ELK Bulls (6 pt. or better) Sept. 1 to Oct. 20
12 Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 80/2012, App. 2, s. 25 (b).]

Where are the most elk in BC?

Rocky Mountain Elk are most numerous in the east and west Kootenay regions north to about Golden and west to Grand Forks.

Can you hunt Canada without a guide?

In general, most provinces in western Canada require the service of a guide-outfitter, while a few in the eastern part do not. All hunters, however, must have a valid hunting license for the province and, if required, a valid permit or tag for the species they are hunting.

What Animals Can you not hunt in Canada?

Wildlife such as rabbits, shrews, rats, skunks and raccoons are examples of mammals that can be hunted without a licence. House sparrows, crows, magpies, common pigeons and certain blackbirds are some of the birds that can be hunted without a licence.

Can you kill a moose in Canada?

Killing the rare white moose has been illegal since 2006

The rare animals have been in the region since the 1970s and are a sign of good luck in indigenous culture. The has long been an understanding that they should be spared from hunters, and since 2006 it has been illegal under local law to kill them.

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How much does it cost to hunt moose in Maine?

Hunting License & Moose permit, non-resident big game license $115.00, moose permit $585.00, Maine residence license $26.00, moose permit $52.00. Extra persons (apart from you and your sub-permittee) is $700.00 per person for meals & accommodations.

Can I hunt moose in Alaska without a guide?

The state of Alaska allows for non-residents to hunt moose and black bear without a guide. Adventure Outfitters Alaska offers the most affordable moose hunting trips possible! We have an excellent success rate and can accommodate large groups. There is a 2 person minimum on these hunts.

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