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Alberta Wolf - Hunt #88-WF




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If a wolf is on your hit-list, here is an exceptional hunt that has an outstanding success. The hunt has been held for the past 3 years and and 16 hunters have killed 16 wolves and missed 7. There is no limit on wolves in Alberta so hunters can harvest as many wolves as they can.

There are limited openings - only 6 hunters are taken per year.

The hunt is conducted in mid-late February when the wolves are hungry and mating season is underway. Snow machines are used to transport hunters to heated ground blinds overlooking bait. Shots are approximately 200 yards. Be prepared for cold temperatures and long hours in the blinds but it is all worth it when you hear the pack howling on the way to the bait.

One big advantage to this hunt is it’s location near the Fort McMurry oil fields. The wolves here are used to seeing people and consequently are not as spooky as wolves in more remote areas. There are also a lot of wolves in this area.

The licenses are OTC (over-the-counter) and cost $100 Canadian including wildlife certificate.

Lodging is at an oil field camp with full amenities.

CITES permits required for wolves. All wolves must be shipped through a taxidermist in Alberta & additional shipping fees are not included in the hunt costs.

Includes: Meals, lodging, 2×1 guiding, in-field transportation, pick-up and drop-off at Fort McMurray airport, trophy care of your animal(s).

7 Day Hunt - $7000 US plus 5% GST

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British Columbia Wolves - Hunt #63-WF




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This outfitter in southwest BC has seen his concession‘s wolf population grow to the point that he needs to do something about it. Three different packs have been seen with the largest having close to 20 animals in it.

Hunts will be held from December through March 15. Hunting is done out of heated blinds over bait and by calling. The blinds are heated campers set up 200 yards from the baits. Unlike some wolf hunts where you are out in the open or in a pop-up blind, this set-up is very comfortable allowing hunters to not only enjoy the hunt more but also increase their odds of success by being able to stay on stand longer.

Based on their current experience, it is expected that shot opportunities should be 60-70%. Hunters may buy multiple tags as there is no limit on wolves. License cost is $189 and each wolf tag is $52.50.

Includes: guiding, meals, lodging, airport shuttle, field care of hides, drop off at taxidermist for proper paperwork and shipping to your taxidermist (hunter responsible for shipping costs and CITIES fee)

7 Day Hunts – $3200 for 2×1 or $4000 for 1×1

Additional costs: 2.5% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) & $200 NRHPF (Non Resident Hunting Preservation Fund)

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British Columbia Wolves - Hunt #30-WF




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Hunt southeast B.C. for North America’s largest canines. Hunting is out of heated blinds overlooking bait sites. Shot opportunity has been 100% the past two years. Hunts are held in January, 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

Includes meals, lodging, guide and skinning of your wolf.

7 Day Hunt for One Wolf - $5000 for 2×1 guiding or 1×1 guiding - a 2nd wolf can be taken on a $3000 kill fee

Additional costs: 2.5% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) & $200 NRHPF (Non Resident Hunting Preservation Fund)