Passionate about Hunting,
dedicated to your journey

The Alberta Wild outfitting team is passionate about hunting! If we aren’t out with our guests we are  putting on the miles, developing our expertise. Providing you with the best experience possible is an integral part of what we do.

2020 HUNT INFO

All hunt costs are quoted in US dollars
Species Hunt Dates Price & Notes
Moose September 17-23 $6500 USD
Archery only
Black Bear  April 1 – June 15
September 1 – November 30
 $4500 USD
Spot & stock only
White Tail Deer November 8-14
November 16-22
November 24-30
 $5500 USD
 Mule Deer  November 8-12
November 16-22
November 24-30
 $5500 USD
 Elk August 25 – September 16 (Archery)
September 17 – November 30 (Rifle)
 $6500 USD
 Wolf/Coyote  Included in every hunt  Included in every hunt

WHAT’S INCLUDED

All Hunts Include
  • All Hunting Licenses (Tags)
  • Wolf/Coyote License (Trophy fee of $500 would apply should you harvest a wolf or coyote)
  • Back Country Accommodations during the Spring Bear / Moose Hunts / Mule Hunts
  • Lodge Accommodations during the November Rut Hunts
  • In House chef for all meals
  • Multiple species hunts available
  • Video footage and photos of your hunt
  • Transportation from Grande Prairie Alberta to Camp and return after hunt (flying in guests)
  • Transportation while hunting (truck, river boats, ATVs)
  • Trophy Care (all field dressing is done by the guides, hides and capes are skinned, lips and ears are also turned and salted to preserve your trophies until you deliver them to your taxidermist)
  • Delivery of meat to butcher
  • Guide fees
  • Great knowledge and years of hunting experience
Not Included in the Hunt
  • Wildlife Identification Number $8.56
  • Wildlife Certificate $63.07
  • Archery Tag $23.85
  • Upland Bird Game $82.42
  • 5 day fishing licence $43.99
  • 1 day fishing license $24.91
  • Butchering of animal and associated costs
  • Transportation of trophy to place of residence

All Additional licenses and tags are purchased through Alberta RELM

OUR PROMISE

Harvesting a trophy involves all those important decisions before you seal the deal. Alberta Wild is here to cover all the details and time it takes to put you in a once in a lifetime position.

BOOKING INFORMATION

  • Deposit of 50% is required to book each hunt with Alberta Wild.
  • Each hunter will be required to complete the Hunt Contract, sign and return.
  • Final payment must be made no later than 45 days prior to arriving for the hunt unless prior arrangements are made.
  • Deposits are non-refundable. If a replacement hunter is found, deposits can be transferred to a following year. In the event that Alberta Wild Outfitters must cancel a hunt, all deposits will be refunded in full.
  • Payment Options: Bank Draft, Certified Check, Money Order, E-transfer, Cash

THE HUNT

Hunting Camp

Our camp consists of heated canvas tents as sleeping quarters. Each building can accommodate two single beds with all the furnishings. A light and wood burning stove, a sink and a bucket of water for washing. Yes, we do have a heated camp shower. Our camp and kitchen are catered by an amazing cook who supplies a hearty breakfast before our hunt, and a huge supper when we return at the end of our day. We hunt all day and do not wish to return to camp, so mid-day lunches are in the field. Our comfortable hunting camp is built for hunting purposes. It is not a lodge with fancy fixings.

Terrain and Hunting Methods

For the most part, our hunting terrain is located in the central Alberta foot hills that border the Canadian Rockies. We have a mixed boreal forest of pine, spruce, aspen, willow, alder and buckbrush. Generally speaking we leave camp with the 4×4 vehicles and drive to an active hunting area. Depending on the species being hunted we may utilize blinds and stands but usually we hunt on foot or by quad and river boat and spot and stock our prey. We will put on many miles by foot during the hunt to access some very remote areas.

TRAVEL

Customs & Border Crossing

U.S. residents and clients from other countries travelling through the United States and coming to Canada, please note that passports are required for entry back into the United States as well as into other countries.

As of January 1, 2008 all Non-Canadians coming to Canada must have a passport.

All non-Canadians coming to Canada from other countries must comply with Canadian immigration rules and regulations regarding legal admission to Canada regardless of intention or reason for coming to Canada. Contact the U.S. Fish & Game Department to obtain up-to-date information on regulations.

Getting Here

DRIVING : Drive to Grand Cache Alberta and we will meet you in town.
FLYING: Contact your personal travel agent for flights to Grande Prairie, Alberta. Once there we will pick you up and bring you to camp. When booking your flight please arrive in the afternoon of the day before your hunt commences. Departures should be made for the day after your hunt ends.

FIREARMS INFORMATION

For hunters who bring their own firearms into Canada, a confirmed Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (RCMP 5589 / CAFC 909) will serve as a licence and registration. This form must be presented in triplicate, unsigned, to a Canada Customs officer at your first point of entry into Canada. There is a $50.00 CAD fee which is not included in the price of the hunt. For more information call: 1-800-731-4000 (for Canada and the United States) or (506) 624-5380 (for all countries outside of Canada and the United States).

OTHER INFORMATION

Items to Bring
  • Firearm (must be 243 caliber or larger with 18.5” barrel or longer)
  • Pistols are Prohibited
  • Bow
  • Spare Weapon and Extra Arrows or Ammunition
  • Cleaning Kit (optional)
  • Case
  • Sleeping Bag and Pad (sleeping bags can be provided)
  • Rain Gear
  • Personal Hygienic Gear
  • Shaving Kit, Towel, Soap, etc…
  • Hunting Gear
  • Knife, Binoculars, Game Calls, etc…
  • Camouflage Hunting Apparel
  • Spare Clothing Recommended
  • Waterproof Boots, Rubber Boots, and Camp Shoes
  • Cold Weather Gear
  • Stockings, Caps, Gloves or Mitts
  • Camera and Film
  • Fishing Equipment (optional)
  • Blaze Orange in not required apparel in Alberta
Meat Left Behind

Clients who do not want their wild game meat or parts of their wild game meat must still have this unwanted meat processed at their cost. You may leave the processed meat in hunting camp and we will distribute it to the needy of the area.