Alberta Archery Whitetail 10803
This Alberta Whitetail hunt takes place as the hot summer days come to an end, and the bucks continue to move in their bachelor groups between bedding and feeding areas. Thanks to thorough spring scouting and summer surveillance, early season bow hunts have proven highly successful, setting the stage for an exciting hunting experience. The archery hunts primarily occur on private land, with some limited use of public land on the outskirts of the lodge’s vicinity.
With approximately 13 1/2 hours of daylight in Alberta during this time of year, hunters can take advantage of two hunting sessions per day. The morning and evening hunts are separated by a mid-day break for lunch and a well-deserved “siesta.” The outfitter offers around 50 stand locations, with new expansions annually to avoid overhunting any specific sites. The stands are strategically positioned along travel routes to bedding areas for morning hunts and close to feeding areas for evening excursions. Each hunter is assigned a fresh stand for their morning session, ensuring a varied and productive experience. Evening hunts typically take place along field edges or funnel points leading to food sources, maximizing the chances of encountering whitetail deer.
In the heart of Alberta’s scenic landscape, this whitetail hunt promises not only a rewarding pursuit but also an opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region. With meticulous planning and optimal stand locations, you’ll have the chance to observe these magnificent bucks in their element and make unforgettable memories during your Alberta Whitetail hunting adventure.
Hunting Days: 8
Trophy Class: Mature Alberta Bucks
Style of Hunt: Stand/Blind
Public and Private land
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