Hunt #1612 Alberta Guided Moose/Wolf with Deer Addon

Current Stock:

Hunt ID: CA-AB-1612 

About the Outfitter:

This Canada hunt provider offers moose hunts throughout much of Albert. These are done during the rut which is typically the first and second week of October and the late season in November. Hunting moose is done using various methods to attract the moose to hunters. If one method is not working, they can change the plan and/or location as required.  There are hundreds of square kilometers to cover.  They offer moose rut hunts on large tracts of rugged land while late season moose hunts are conducted in more rural surroundings with a combination of both public and fenced ranch land. 


Depending on the area hunted they utilize either a remote trailer camp with motorhomes and travel trailers to provide all the comforts of home or the more rugged outfitter tent camp. ATVs are used to aid hunters gain better access to the hunting areas.

Other areas will be on local ranches or chalets to offer the comforts of a less remote hunt. Typical travel is done by vehicle or by foot.

Archery rut moose hunts are at the end of September through the month of October. We find that the first and second week is the most productive time for the rut archery hunt.


Remote Tent Hunts in the rugged foothills area the last week of September into the first half of October.

12 x 14 canvas tents are used to sleep 2 to 3 hunters. The guides and cook are located separate from the hunters for hunter privacy. The central area is for cooking and eating. Each tent has its own wood stove. Access to the hunting area is by 4×4 and have available ATVs in camp to help pull out animals. The camp is limited to only 5 hunters and at least 3 guides.

Experienced guides are professional hard working Albertans, who know their respective territory well. These 6-day camps are operated during two consecutive weeks with a maximum of only four hunters per camp including 2 guides.

Lodge Hunts are also available in the rigged remote foothills area the last week of September into the first half of October.



Hunt moose on large tracts of private ranchland and some parcels of public land during the month of November. Moose harvest rates during this month are high with a number of years resulting in a 100% success rate. This time of year is more dependent on the weather.

Accommodation ranges from motorhome/travel trailer type camps, rugged tent camps, local small town motels and private Alberta full facility working ranches.  A combination of 4x4s, ATVs and a lot of walking is done depending on the physical condition of hunting guests, and the specific requirements of the hunt.

These hunts are done during the month of November.


Alberta, Canada near Edmonton and Calgary.

Hunt Type(s):

Fully guided, lodging and meals.

Species & Recommended Seasons:

Moose, mule deer, whitetail, elk and wolf.

Seasons & Licenses:

August 30 through September 12 is an exclusive bowhunting season while September 13 through October is open to either gun or bow. Since this is a fall hunt there is a good possibility of shooting a bear if you tag out early. In addition, a caribou tag may be available, but since the Woodland Caribou is low in numbers Newfoundland is the only huntable herd any more. The Caribou Grand Slam shooters usually have those tied up for years in advance. The Woodland Caribou is a smaller caribou sub-species. The barren Ground Caribou is much larger and I can easily get you licenses but it would have to be next year.

Party Size:

One or more per group.

Mode of Travel:

4x4, ATVs and foot.

Success Rate:

Opportunity rate is usually between 75% to 90% and frequently achieve a slightly higher opportunity success on our late season moose hunts. The kill rate is generally in the 65% to 75% range.  Average bull moose racks range from 30″ to 45″, with body weights upward of 1,000 pounds. Although, most years a couple of hunters are fortunate enough to take a moose with a rack in excess of 50″.


Rut Archery moose hunt: $7,950

Rut Rifle moose hunt: $8,950

Late Season rifle moose hunt: $6,950

Hunts include wolf and coyote hunting, a $3200 value by itself. 

Add Mule Deer and/or Whitetail $1,000 each plus license

1 on 1 guide add $1500

5% GMT Tax

What’s Included:

  • Accommodations
  • Meals
  • Guiding
  • Field care of game
  • Transport game to meat processor

What’s Not Included:

  • Transportation to Alberta, Canada
  • Recommend renting a vehicle while visiting
  • Hunting licenses
  • Taxes
  • Game processing
  • Taxidermy

Use the Outfitter Request Form to check on availability, ask questions or book it.  Or call us using the phone number at the top of this page.


Disclaimer: All prices are per person unless otherwise noted.  No additional fees for booking, the price is the price except for NM adds sales tax.  Unless otherwise noted price is per person, no licenses/tags included, game processing and taxidermy costs extra.  There is no guarantee in hunting.  Availability and prices subject to change by the outfitter or landowner and they have the last word.  If there is a discrepancy between our posted price and what they say it is then we do our best to negotiate for you but offer no guarantee.  We do our best to audit them making sure what they say they offer they actually do by visiting them or going on hunts we pay for.  No refunds for early tag out.  No guarantee on filling hunting licenses.