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Frequently Asked Questions About Hunting in BC

How big is your hunting area?

Our concession is roughly 1000 square miles. It consists of treed rolling hills, lakes and meadows.

What caliber rifle should I bring?

30-06, .300 WinMag, .338 WinMag – basically all .30 calibre are great all around guns. For wolf hunts 25-06, 6.5 Creedmore are also very good calibers. Also make sure you purchase high grade bullets only.

Do I need to get drawn for tags?

NO! When you book a hunt with an outfitter in BC, you are guaranteed the tag.

What kind of weather can I expect?

In the spring we usually have nice sunny days with temperatures around 65 to 80 Fahrenheit. In the fall the weather can change quick, from sun to rain to snow and back to sun in a few days. Average temperatures are somewhere between 20 and 50 Fahrenheit – the key in the fall is to be prepared. Modern layering systems (e.g. SITKA or KUIU) are great for any weather.

What is the process to bring my own rifle into Canada?

Importing a firearm into Canada is not very complicated as long as hunters have the necessary forms filled out properly. Once you book a hunt with us, we will send you all necessary forms. BUT: PLEASE LEAVE YOUR HANDGUN AT HOME. It is illegal to bring handguns into Canada.

Where do we me meet?

If you fly, we will pick you up in Prince George. If you drive, we will meet in Fraser Lake. Q: How old do hunters need to be? Minimum age is 10 years of age as well as accompanied by an adult.

What distance should I be comfortable shooting to?

Please be comfortable shooting out to 400 yards. Most shots will be between 100 and 300 yards. Please practice different shooting positions as well as uncomfortable positions – not all shots will be on a perfect rest. Also practice some of off hand shooting out to about 75 yards – sometimes things need to happen quick.