Alberta Moose 10816
Moose hunting is the best and most exciting during the rut so hunting is done the last half of September and the first ten days of October trying to hit the peak of the rut. Hunting time is 7 full days. The terrain is densely forested along the river and generally wet and boggy so sturdy waterproof hunting boots are a must. Temperatures can range from 32°F to 75°F in mid September and down to 25°F to 40°F by late September and early October. It is encouraged that all hunters to purchase tags for black bear as its common to bump into them during your hunt. A wolf tag will be given to each hunter and NO trophy fee will be charged if you are lucky enough to harvest one.
The morning your hunt starts, you will be picked up at the hotel in High Level and transferred to the helicopter base for the 30-minute flight to camp, arriving mid afternoon. Hunters get dropped off within walking distance of camp and support is flown with a fixed wing aircraft. Meat is packed back to the air strip in an amphibious Argo and hunting is done with freighter canoes and shallow drive Mud Buddy engines. There are still plenty of moose to hunt and rivers to explore. The main camp now consists of two wall tents, cots, portable shower, generators, and good home cooked food. At the end of the hunt, the helicopter will leave camp early in the afternoon for your return to High Level. You will be met at the helicopter base by someone from our team. You will then be transferred to the hotel in High Level for your flight home the following morning.