Hunt Info

Fall Black Bear Hunting


We believe our Black Bear hunts go unsurpassed anywhere in North America.  We spot and stalk hunt our bears in one of Alberta's most northern agriculture areas. Being surrounded by thousands of acres of forest, bears travel long distances to feed in ripening grain fields to fatten up for the long winter ahead.  At this time, the bears are huge and their fur is in prime condition. We hunt mostly private land with little to no hunting pressure from others. This hunt can be done with archery or rifle. There is a two bear limit with unbelievable success rates year after year.

Moose Hunting


We hunt our moose during the rut (calling season).  Our remote tent camps make for a true wilderness experience.  We hunt Moose by calling them in, or spot and stalk, depending on the intensity of the rut.  Moose are plentiful in our areas with little to no hunting pressure from others.  Most Moose taken average 40 to 50 inches, but we've taken many over 50 inches, including one giant that reached 64 inches wide. Beautiful scenery and great success make this the hunt of a lifetime.

Wolf Hunting


Wolves are increasing in numbers in our area and hunters are encouraged to hunt them.  Wolves can be hunted along with any Bear or Moose hunt.  Sightings are becoming more frequent and harvests are increasing every year.  We are now doing exclusive wolf hunts during the winter months.

Waterfowl Hunting


 September harvest in the farm land is the best time for an add on waterfowl hunt. This is when the crops are being taken off the fields and in turn, ducks and geese swarm the fields by the thousands.  Add this exciting hunt to your bear hunt for an affordable price.