British Columbia Winter Mountain Goat Hunt 10523
This British Columbia Mountain Goat has to be considered among the best in the industry. Simply stated, there is no better place on Earth to hunt mountain goats than the northern coastal mountains of British Columbia. This region is home to the highest population density of goats in North America. Furthermore, short winters, few predators, and controlled hunting pressure have augmented the quality of this world-renowned gene pool. This hunt features 4,000 square miles of exclusive hunting territory . This territory has produced more Top 50 record book mountain goats than any other outfitting area in the world. This outfitter boasts 100% success rate for rifle hunters, and a 90% shooting opportunity for bow hunters. More than 50% of goats taken by rifle have made Boone and Crockett. These late rut hunts are offered from Nov 1st to Dec 15th and in again February as winter is wrapping up. Hunt by ATV, snow machines, or trucks via logging roads and trails to access key wintering areas for goats. Typically no hiking until a trophy billy is located. Goats are usually 1 to 3 hours hike from access points. One of the benefits of this hunt is a warm bed and hot, home-cooked meals. But perhaps the biggest attraction of this hunt is the super-long winter hair that is only available this time of year. This hunt producing big billies with nearly 75% of recent hunters harvesting book animals.