Moose Hunting Canada

1-6 Guests • Lodge • Public • Guided


North Central BC Hunting

The Canadian moose is undoubtedly one of our most prominent big game species. Both of our hunting camps hold excellent numbers and first-rate trophy quality. Our mature bulls will carry an antler spread of between 45 – 55+ inches. We typically possess a high level of success (80% – 90%) with our moose hunts, no matter what time of the season we hunt them. Our rut hunts run from mid-September through to mid-October. Our guides know how to call and when to call, clients should expect that talking in a bull could take some time. We limit the number of moose clients each season, further ensuring we only offer hunts of the highest quality.

Moose will generally weigh between 400-700 lbs quartered. We will ensure your trophy and meat get back to camp, for those not wishing to bring all the meat back home, we have a list of families in need that we can donate the meat.

Moose are great single species hunts, or combo nicely with Grizzly or Black bears.

Any age or physical ability can hunt moose with us.

We book our moose hunts between Sept 21st and Nov 8th, please look at the bottom of our PriceList page for hunting dates that fit your timeline.

Because of our high moose density and diverse methods of hunting, any physical ability or age can enjoy these hunts. Hunt with the outfit that knows Moose!

We are simply one of BC’s best moose-hunting outfitters………….do not wait to book your hunt dates.

Canadian Moose Facts

  • Over 70% of the BC moose population lives in northern British Columbia.

  • To maximize your chances of success, you’ve got to hunt where moose densities are at their highest.

  • Bulls will weigh in at 1000-1400 lbs.

  • An average bull will yield 400-500+ pounds of excellent meat.

  • Over 50% (while calves) of moose are killed by predators such as bears and wolves.

  • Once adults, their survival rate is around 90%.

  • The average lifespan is 15-20 years

  • Moose typically live in a small area, about 5 sq miles

  • Moose can run up to 35mph, I know I’ve been chased on horseback!

  • Moose do not have great eyesight but easily make up for it with an incredible sense of smell and hearing.

  • Close proximity to water sources, such as lakes, beaver ponds, and rivers, is also an important consideration.

  • Bulls can hear cow calls up to two miles away, being patient for a bull will increase success (trust your guide).

Be Patient!

  • The moose breeding season (Rut) runs from mid-Sept to the end of Oct.

  • Not all cows are covered during their first heat, therefore, bulls will react to calls well into Nov.

  • Moose are most active at dusk and dawn, but during the rut and cool enough temps and they will be more active during the day.

  • Moose will eat up to 70lbs of feed a day, that’s a pile of twigs.

  • Moose have four-chambered stomachs and chew their cud similar to a cow.

  • For their size, moose are anchored relatively easily. Any well-placed 30 calibers will do the trick!

Getting Here

You can drive yourself to camp we are about 12 hours north of the Washington State border. Get on Hwy 97 north, you will either meet us in Quesnel (1 hour south of Prince George) or Vanderhoof (1 hour west of Prince George). Plan to arrive in camp a day before your hunt starts. We will share additional directions as needed.

If you choose to fly in, you will fly into Prince George (XYS). West Jet and AirCanada from Vancouver to Prince George flights are available 6 flights per day. We will meet you and pick you up from the airport the day before your hunt starts and plan to fly out the day after your last day of hunting. We suggest flying in a day early and booking accommodations with the Prestige Hotels and Resorts from there, we will arrange your pick-up and delivery.

Hunting Gear List

A good hunter is a prepared hunter. In order to give you the best and most comfortable overall experience, we ask that you bring the items listed below. If there is an issue bringing any of the dry goods and hardware listed please let us know in advance and we will be happy to make other arrangements for you if possible. My grandpa always used to say ‘check the list twice, and go out the front door once!’

Base price is per person for an 8-Day 2x1 Guided Bull Moose Hunt.

Available add-ons include:

  • 1x1 Guided Bull Moose Hunt

  • Combo Moose/Elk Hunt

  • Non-Hunter (per day/person)

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1x1 Guided Bull Moose Hunt


Combo Bull Moose / Elk Hunt


Your Host

Mike's Trip

Mike H

Western Canada’s premier guided hunting destination.

from $10945/Experience

Base Price

$10945.00 Per Person Per Experience


$2200.00 Per Person


$6160.00 Per Person


$264.00 Per Day Per Item


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


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 Guides with 50+ Years Experience
  • 100% Fair Chase
  • Tailor Your Hunt to Fit your Abilities
  • Exclusive Hunting Territories in Central BC
  • Within Driving Distance of US-Bring your Meat Home
  • Limited Hunts - Highest Quality Trophy Animals
  • Comfortable Lodge and Accommodations
  • Great Food
  • Prime Big Game Country
  • Guaranteed Tags
  • Rut Hunts
  • World Class Fishing
  • Guiding with Integrity



Gear List

  • Firearm & 40 Rounds of Ammo
  • 1 pair camp shoes
  • 5 pair wool Socks, 5 pair standard socks,
  • 5 pair underwear & 2 pair long underwear

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Rules & Guidelines


An honest hunting experience – While hunting with us you can expect that we will always act with you and your experience in mind. We will offer our best efforts to ensure your hunt is a complete success. This is fair chase hunting, not simply shooting, but we understand that your success comes first and then ours follows……..we are not in this to fail:) We book our hunts with the expectation of 100% success on each and every hunt, we do not overbook. Do not expect perfection, now and again the unforeseen will happen and we will always do our very best in every situation. We are not meat cutters or taxidermists but we will help you with your tagged animal, this is something we do to help you but it is not a listed service that we are responsible for.

Professional outfit, comfortable camps, good food, and great people.

A good representative of the species – Our hunting areas have proven over the years to produce record book big game animals, but not on every hunt. We work our hardest to find you the very best representative of the species we have to offer.

British Columbia weather – The weather can play a large factor in the hunt, and BC weather can come and go overnight. We know the critters and how they are affected by changing weather and will continue to do our best even on the worst days.

Memories – At the end of it all, it is all about the memories. With BCO you will always leave with memories that will last a lifetime. We are not simply the typical outfit found anywhere in BC, we are unique and enjoy making memories with the clients we soon call friends.


Come prepared – When you show up to hunt, coming in prepared is important to the overall success of your trip. Mentally, physically, and geared up to hunt hard. Having the right mental attitude and proper gear will help keep you in the game. If you have taken some time to shoot your rifle while at home when you get out here, you’ll be ready to make that 250-yard shot when it counts most (most of our shots will be under 300 yards).

Trust in your guide – Our guides are knowledgeable and friendly, they are there because of their passion for guiding and to help ensure your trip is a complete success. Our guides get almost as much pleasure in your success as you do, they will try to make the right decisions and work with you to ensure a great outcome. Your guided hunt is a team effort

Tip the team – The entire team works very hard. A typical tip runs 10%-15% of the total hunt cost. If there is some reason why you feel a tip is not deserved, then that is something the outfit management should review and resolve.

Relax and have fun – Although finding your animal is our number one priority, our hopes are that your experience with us outweighs the kill. Enjoy your moments with us, we are all here for our love of fair chase hunting.

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