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Agent Name: Catalog Code: Cost:
Central Alberta Bear ABH4 $3,200
These hunts take place in the Northern Boreal Forest of Alberta. Hunts are six days in duration and are spot and stalk.   

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Black Bear in Alberta ABH7 $4,000
Hunting black bear in Alberta, makes for one of most beautiful and scenic hunts available in the world. Many of their black bears are off-color, the days are long and the fishing is good. Black bear hunting is the ultimate thrill and with a high success rate and 2 bear limit, bear hunting is a sure-fire way to have a great hunt. Wolf hunts are always included with bear, and grey wolves are very active this time of year. They offer bait and spot and stalk hunts in the fall from the lodge and spring black bear hunts in northern Alberta.   

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Alberta Elk ABH4 $4,200
Hunts take place in the forested foothills of the majestic Rockies. Comfortable accomidations and home cooked meals.   

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Elk Hunting in Alberta ABH9 $5,000
Here you can hunt elk throughout the forested area leading into the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies and throughout the rolling foothills region in southern Alberta. Accommodation is typically on a working Alberta ranch, in a remote tent camp, a rustic remote lodge (complete with restaurant, store, satellite TV and other amenities) or in a local motel in a small town in, or near, the hunting zone.   

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Northwest Alberta ABH7 $6,000
Elk are awesome, the most majestic of the deer species, and one of the most exciting and challenging hunts you can go on. In this area (northwest of Calgary, Alberta) elk range from 260"-350" class and are restricted to 3 or 6 points or larger depending on zones to increase the age structure of the herds. Elk hunts are conducted using tree stands, stalking and calling during rut. Jet boat hunts are also available. Bow hunts run from late August through Oct, Rifle (or any weapon) run from late September through November.   

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Alberta Moose ABH7 $5,000
Looking for big Canadian bull moose, check this outfitter out. They have trophy moose 40”-55” and have seen larger. This is due to Alberta’s new moose management program and it’s making moose hunting magic. All moose tags are now on draw for residents and has very limited guaranteed tags for non-residents. They typically hunt the forest and bogs for these majestic swamp monsters. Most moose hunts are conducted from stands, stalking, and calling during rut. Bow hunts begin in late August and run through October. Rifle (or any weapon) hunts run in November.   

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Alberta Rocky Mountain Moose ABH4 $5,500
You will hunt in the secluded forests of Northern Alberta from a bush camp setting. These six to ten day hunts take place in October and November.   

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Alberta Moose ABH9 $5,500
This outfitter owns some of Alberta's best allocations (62 total) for moose. Tent camps, trailer homes, local motels or cabins will be used depending on area.   

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Eastern and Southern Alberta Mule Deer ABH9 $5,000
These open country foothills and prairie spot and stalk style hunts have gained widespread acclaim in recent years. They offer both archery and rifle hunting experiences in some of Alberta's finest mule deer territories. They offer a range of accommodations from working ranches to B & B's, guide's homes, cabins, motels and full service lodges in the breathtaking mountain, foothills and prairie regions east of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.   

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Central Alberta ABH7 $5,000
Eastern foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Hilly and swampy terrain with good cover of large pines and aspen. Great mule deer habitat. Stalking or stand hunting near cropland or logging blocks.   

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Alberta Bighorn ABH7 $25,000 plus harvest fee
Rocky Mountain foothills. Hilly and swampy terrain with large pines and aspen. Archery only hunting zone. You will start your hunt in September or October. Return for the rut in November if needed. With no draw required for non-residents, this is a great option for harvesting a mature bighorn ram.   

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ABH9 $4,000
  

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Alberta Whitetails ABH4 $4,500
This outfitter stalks whitetail around the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Hunts are six days in duration and include accommodations, meals, tags and transportation from Edmonton.   

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Whitetail Hunts in Alberta ABH7 $5,000
Eastern foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Renowned for large whitetail deer. Tree stands or ground blinds. Crop or timber country. Modern, clean and comfortable facilities. Full time cooking staff.   

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Wolf in Alberta ABH4 $2,900
These timber wolf hunts are located in the scenic foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The large timber wolves of this region vary in color and are beautiful animals with thick rich coats. Hunts are done over baits, from ground blinds and include all accommodations, meals, licenses and tags. Hunts are six days in duration and are two hunters per guide.   

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Winter Wolf in Alberta ABH9 $3,250
Wolves are abundant in many areas of Alberta on the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies, however they are much more difficult to see. Wolves are large and incredibly beautiful. During the winter months, they offer stand-alone wolf hunts when they are more mobile and generally easier to spot.   

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Alberta Wolf ABH7 $3,500
If you are up to a challenge this is the hunt for you. Wolves are the "Ghosts of the Rockies", and Alberta’s hardest trophy. They are big (up to 180 lbs) and smart, these crafty canines don’t come easy, but well worth the patients. They combine wolf hunts with coyote hunting and ice fishing. The outfitter's favorite words come into play here “no bag limit” so when the chance comes don’t stop shooting. Wolf hunts are conducted using heated blinds over bait and calling.   

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