British Columbia

Hunting and Fishing


  • Black Bear
  • Grizzly
  • Mountain Lion
  • Mountain Goat
  • Big Horn sheep
  • Mule Deer
  • Whitetail Deer
  • Wolf
  • Lynx
  • Moose
  • Cut throat Trout
  • Bull Trout
  • Chinook Salmon
  • Rainbow Trout

Bio on this Outfit

The Outfitting operation that we represent in British Columbia has been in operation for 30 years and have enjoyed giving our clients memorable and satisfying hunts, and making many good friends over the years. They have been constantly improving their facilities and trails, and acquiring hunting grounds over the years, and have the largest most diversified area in the Cariboo region.

With over 7,000 square km to hunt, they won't run out of room and the area is extremely diversified, from sage brush along the Fraser River to the Giant Cedar forests of the Cariboo Mountains. From accessible roaded areas, to very remote wilderness areas in the north eastern portion of their area, which includes Wells Gray and Cariboo Mountains Provincial Parks.

One of the reasons their operations stands out against the rest, is their dedicated employees, and the teamwork philosophy to achieve the best results possible. So when you book your hunt this year, book with us and the 30 years of experience and dedication behind them!

2016 Pricing

Guided 10 Day Hunts
California Bighorn Sheep $15,000 (Trophy Fee on Kill: $35,000)
Grizzly $10,000 (Trophy Fee on Kill: $12,000)

10 Day Hunt 7 Day Hunt
1 on 1 2 on 1 1 on 1 2 on 1
Mountain Goat $9,700 $8,600 $8,500 -
Mountain Lion $11,000 $9,500 $9,000 -
Moose $8,800 $7,400 $6,500 $5,300
Mule Deer - - $5,500 $4,300
Black Bear - - $5,000 $4,000
Lynx - - $6,000 $4,750
Bobcat (5 Day only) $4,500 $3,700 - -
Black Bear (5 Day only) $4,200 $3,100 - -


5 Day
1 on 1 - $4700
2 on 1 - $3600
- Includes one of each animal trapped except wolf & wolverine.

Non Hunter

$180.00 per day for regular hunts, $250.00 per day for trapline And Horseback trips.

Trophy Fees for Additional Animals

- Moose $2500 (can be added to Goat & Sheep)

- Mule Deer $1500 (can be added to Sheep, Goat, Moose & Black Bear)

- Black Bear $1500 (can be added to Sheep, Grizzly, Goat, Moose & Deer)

- Bobcat $750 (can be added to Mtn. Lion & Lynx)

- Lynx $1500 (can be added to Mtn. Lion only)

- White Tail $1500 (can be added to Sheep, Moose, Mule Deer & Goat)

- Wolf No charge (can be included in all hunts)

At Our Premium British Columbia Outfitter outfitting is their full time business and their only business for over 30 years. They are a small family run business with huge 5,000 plus square kilometer outfitting area! We invite you to come and join us for the ultimate British Columbia wilderness adventure hunt.

They have plenty of choices here! From Free range California Bighorn Sheep on the Frazier River, to Grizzly, Moose, Mountain Goat, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Whitetail, A Trap-line adventure, and many Combo Hunts, as well as World Class Fishing!

2016 Season Rates - Hunting Season

Rates Include:
Government Royalties, application for and pick up of license and tags, professional guides, quality food, and comfortable, well equipped camps. They also include movement via boat, vehicle or horseback around area, transport to and from Williams Lake Airport and field preparation of meat and trophies.

Rates do not include: Cost of License and Tags, GOABC Hunter Preservation Fund, Goods and Services Tax, hotel expenses before or after contracted period and gratuities. Nor do they include firearms & ammunition, game bags, sleeping bags, rest pads or personal gear, taxidermy or shipping of trophies and meat to final destination, or alcoholic beverages or tobacco.

All prices quoted in US Dollars per hunter. Unretrieved, wounded animals are considered taken and the hunt for that species tag is finished. No refunds will be given upon withdrawal from any hunt in progress.

We have the exclusive guiding rights to 3500 square miles of prime big game country bordering Wells Gray Provincial Park. Our territory is in Management Units 5-2 and 5-15 in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. The terrain varies from slow meandering rivers where the great chinook salmon spawn to lofty alpine meadows and mountains reaching more than 8000 feet. Roughly one third of our area is Roadless wilderness, while the remainder has logging road access to our camps and hot spots for moose, deer and bear.

We have a wide variety of big game species to hunt within our territory. Silver tipped grizzlies inhabit much of our rugged mountainous terrain and several record book bears have come out of our management unit. Black bears in various color phases are plentiful throughout the area. Our average black bear squares over 6 feet, with many going over 7 feet. Wolves are plentiful as well and can be taken on all our hunts, or as a hunt unto themselves. Canadian moose are widespread throughout our territory, with trophies taken each year in the 40" to 55" category. Our mountain goats are second to none, with record book billies taken annually. The region has become well known for its massive mature mule deer and our area is one of the finest. Many record book cats also come out of the Cariboo and our largest cougar taken ranks # 4 in the world.

During the spring, we hunt for grizzly, black bear and wolf. Our fall hunts include California bighorn sheep, moose, mountain goat, mule deer, black bear and wolf. During the winter months, we hunt for mountain lion (cougar), lynx, coyote and wolf. Due to the many geographical differences in terrain, we hunt by a variety of methods. Your hunt could include any of the following: gliding by canoe or boat down a river during the early morning or evening; watching from a stand overlooking meadows or small lakes; foot hunting; using well-trained mountain horses for hunting or for getting in to and out of otherwise inaccessible areas; or travelling by vehicle in the accessible portion of our area. We take into consideration requests made by our hunters regarding which method they prefer.