Hunt southeast B.C. for North America’s largest canines. Hunting is out of heated blinds overlooking bait sites. Shot opportunity has been 70%. Hunts are held in February and March.
Hunters can fly into Cranbrook, B.C. and be met at the airport or fly into Kalispel, MT., rent a vehicle and drive 2 ½ hours to meet the outfitter. Another option is to fly into Spokane, WA and drive to meet the outfitter. Airfare at Spokane is usually more affordable.
License costs: $180 license, $50 wolf tag, $150 HPF (Hunting Preservation Fund)
Includes meals, lodging, guide and skinning of your wolf.
7 Day Hunt - $4000 - One wolf limit
Hunts will be conducted in Units 7 and 10 which contain many wolves. Methods include hunting over kills and using electronic calls. Hunts will be held from December - March and primarily near wintering herds of elk. Snowmobiles will be used for in-the-field transportation.
License cost is $154.75 for a non-resident hunting license and $31.75 per wolf tag. There is a two wolf limit.
Includes meals, lodging and guide.
5 Day Hunt - $2500 (2 wolf limit)
6 Day Wolf / Mountain Lion Combo - $5500
Add 9% sales tax/USFS use fee to above hunt prices.