How much is a guided hunt in British Columbia?

How much is a guided hunt in British Columbia?


Hunting Package Days Price (per person)
Rocky Mountain Elk (also includes mule deer, black bear, wolf and whitetail) 7 $7,450
7 $5,450
10 $8,950
10 $6,750

Can you hunt BC without a guide?

All non-resident hunters wishing to hunt big game in the Province of British Columbia are required to be accompanied by a licensed guide outfitter, an assistant guide outfitter hired by a guide outfitter or a resident who holds a Permit to Accompany.

Where is the best hunting in BC?

Vancouver Island and the Kamloops and Cariboo Regions are likely the best bets this fall. The bighorn sheep in the south half of the province are struggling. Some hunts have been closed, and even in areas that are open, hunters may have to work a bit harder this fall.

Where is the best elk hunting in BC?

Kootenay Region
The Kootenay Region has the highest population of Elk in British Columbia, making our territory a prime Elk Hunting area. We are only allowed to harvest Bull Elk that have a minimum of six (6) tines (points) or better on one side. Bulls range from 270 to 350 Boone and Crockett.

How much do bear hunts cost?

Price distribution Black bear is the most affordable species to hunt, with hunts beginning at $1,500. On the other end of the spectrum are the North American brown (grizzly) bears that can cost $15,000 or more.

What does a moose hunt cost?

By that, I mean $16,000 to $20,000 plus for a guided moose hunt. Those numbers are fact….

DIY Alaskan moose hunt estimated cost
Item Cost
Hunting license $160
Alaskan/Yukon moose locking tag $800
Flights $1,285

Can you shoot magpies in BC?

Permits are required to kill any birds except starlings, crows, magpies, house (English) sparrows, brown-headed cowbirds and rock doves (domestic pigeons). All other bird species are protected provincially under the BC Wildlife Act or federally under the Migratory Birds Convention Act.

Can you shoot rabbits in BC?

Comment: Once in the wild, European rabbits, Oryctolagus cuniculus are regulated as wildlife under the BC Wildlife Act, listed as Schedule C of the Wildlife Act Designation and Exemption Regulation. Therefore, a permit or licence is not required to kill them.

Where is the best mule deer hunting in BC?

South Chilcotin Mountains
British Columbia produces some of the largest mule deer in the world, and the rugged South Chilcotin Mountains, ranging northwest from Lillooet, are a premier place to hunt this challenging species.

Where can I hunt moose 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.

Who is the best elk hunter?

Danny Moore is one of the most consistently successful elk hunters alive. A self-taught hunter and bugler who hunts on his own, the Montana resident has killed more than 40 bulls in a row and today hunts only Pope & Young Club record book elk.

How do I get an elk tag in BC?

You can obtain your licence through your guide outfitter or a resident hunter who holds a permit to accompany you to hunt, online through BC Hunting Online or at a FrontCounter BC office.