1998 was the first year that non-residents could go moose hunting in what is likely the highest density moose area in Alberta if not western Canada! We own 11 moose permits in this area and have had tremendous success in creating opportunity after opportunity for our primarily moose bowhunting clientele since that first non-resident fall rut moose hunt back in 1998.

We are moose hunting in an area less than an hour from the Edmonton International Airport. We offer 9 or 10 late September rut bowhunts for our moose bowhunting clientele and occasionally 1 or 2 early November rifle moose hunt each season.

Sanctuary 8-day bowhunt - 6 or 7 hunts available each year

This one-on-one late September moose hunt takes place in a sanctuary that allows for only foot access in this sprawling aspen forest with low rolling hills littered with pothole lakes typical of moose country. Our actual kill success for this moose hunt hovers around 75% for bulls from 30″ to up over 50″. Average daily sightings range from 5 to 15 moose with a higher percentage being bulls. Although calling and stand hunting or posting at rut pits are a common strategy (we often use moose decoys), the high density of moose allows for all day still hunting and spot and stalk moose hunting when high winds or warm temperatures soften the rut activity.

North 8-day bowhunting - 3 hunts available each year

These 3 hunts are one-on-one moose bowhunts but occur in either the famous Edmonton Bowhunting Only zone, known for its monster whitetails, or the moose bowhunting-only season  wall tent Moose Camp north of Edmonton.

Sanctuary Trophy 6-day Rifle Hunts - 1 or 2 hunts available each year

The rifle season for the same sanctuary we hunt in the Sanctuary bowhunt opens each year on November 1st and that’s the day we prefer to get this hunt underway. This is a trophy hunt where our goal is to take 45” plus class bulls. This is a walking hunt that although it’s not tough terrain, there can be snow and you can cover up to 4 to 8 miles a day.  We are 100% for Kills on this rifle hunt since the first hunt in 1999 and generally the hunt is over in the first 3 or 4 days.