10-Day Elk Hunt in BC
Our elk hunts are conducted during the rut which occurs from about the first of September until mid October. This is the very best time to hunt elk. During the rut the bull elk are very vocal in their search for cows and can be called using both bull and cow calls.
There is a growing population of elk and they are expanding their range throughout the area. The mature bulls tend to have large, heavy antlers. There is also a six point restriction on the bulls which gives the smaller bulls a chance to reach maturity and a better prospect of harvesting a trophy bull. Hunting elk when they are bugling is a very exciting hunt and they make a very impressive trophy.
The morning after you arrive at Ft. Grahame your hunt begins. You then hunt for ten days and return home.
On a fall hunt you are allowed to hunt any one of the primary animals. After success on your first choice, you may choose to hunt a second Primary animal. If you are successful on your second animal, a trophy fee will be charged. All hunters on fall hunts may hunt black bear and wolf at no extra charge.
Base Price is for 10-Day Hunt per person.
We will do whatever we can to ensure that you have the experience of a life time. If you are interested in hunting some of the most spectacular country in northern British Columbia or would like to try fishing pristine waters that produce voracious trout up to 25 pounds then please do not hesitate to contact us. We don’t bite, we leave the biting to what we are hunting.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$14300.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Local Guide
- Opportunity for Multiple Primary Species
- 2000 square miles of lush mountain top views
- The area is home to 11 species that may be hunted
- Biggest lake in British Columbia on our doorstep
- All Fair chase hunts
- Conducted on Horses, Quads, 4x4, Boat or Backpack
- Binoculars (Spotting scope optional)
- Quality rain coat & pants-Quiet type for stalking
- Small flashlight or headlamp
Rules & Guidelines
Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.
You will be greeted upon your arrival in Fr. Grahame. We will find you a bunk for the evening unless you are heading straight to spike camp. You will be fed lunch and you will check your rifle next. We prefer your rifle to be sighted in 3 inches high at 100 yds and you should have a .270Win or larger.
The next day you will travel to your spike camp. Where you go will depend on what species you are hunting and your physical capabilities. You may move to different camps for other species.
Your last night will be spent in Ft. Grahame before your return to Fort St John. We will get your trophies ready for your return home or if you wish we will have them shipped to you or your taxidermist at the end of the season. In some cases this is easier as there are compulsory inspections for some species and others need C.I.T.E.S. permits applied for.