Alberta Archery Moose 10821
This archery moose hunt takes place at the end of September and beginning of October as the seasons change and the fall colors emerge. This is the peak time when bull moose consistently respond to the call. This time of year has proven to be the time when there is the greatest opportunity for archers to have up close and personal experiences with 1200-pound trophy moose. The crisp, cool Alberta mornings will echo the call-making for a truly ultimate archery moose hunt. This is a stand hunt, no driving around, and no pushing bush! Expect to hunt approximately 8 hours per day. While you are waiting for your trophy, your guide and other guides as well as your outfitter are out scouting and keeping up with moose and moose signs.
This outfitter chooses the best hunt locations based on scouting bulls throughout the summer, knowledge of the area; their bedding areas and food sources. This area is all forest land and has excellent moose habitat. The moose area is approximately a 30-minute drive from the lodge and is mostly conducted on foot with calling sessions in the morning and afternoon.
One of the most exciting thrills as an archery hunter is when a bull moose comes crashing in to investigate the call. Shot distances of 7 to 40 yards can be expected. After a long, hard day of hunting you will come back to a home-cooked meal, a hot shower, and a comfortable bed.
Hunting Days: 8
Trophy Class: Mature Bulls
Style of Hunt: Spot & Stalk
Private and Public Limited Access Land
1 on 1
Over the Counter Tags