BC Bighorn Sheep Combo Hunt

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BC Bighorn Sheep Combo Hunt
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This is a 14 day hunt and includes fully guided Bighorn Sheep hunt! You will also be able to hunt Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, and Wolf. Also included are meals, lodging and trophy fees on harvested/wounded Bighorn Sheep, Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, and Wolf.

The hunt cost does not include your hunting license, species tags, 5% GST tax and shuttle transportation to hunting concession.
2020 Hunt Date (Somewhat flexible subject to availability): Sept. 10-23,2020
The Government License/Tag Fees (USD) are as follows:
Hunting License: $200
Bighorn Sheep: $650
Elk: $250
Mule Deer: $150
Black Bear: $200
Wolf: $50

We will conduct this hunt in the Kootenay region of Southeastern British Columbia, 200 miles north of Kalispell, Montana. We offer a shuttle/hotel service from and back to Kalispell if you are flying. We can arrange to pick you up or meet you (if driving) the day before your hunt starts and bring you to the main lodge. Once we check you into one of the cabins, quick tour of the camp and introduction of staff and guide we will have dinner and prepare for the hunt. You and your guide will set out early morning the next day in pursuit of your quarry. This commences the 1st day of 14 day hunt. There are 2 distinct Bighorn Sheep herds with stable populations within the concession however they live in some of the most rugged yet spectacular terrain known to man. Due to the "Full Curl" restriction on Bighorn Sheep in the territory, hunters must understand that they may see Rams that are not legal. Hunters must be prepared both physically and mentally for what is believed to be one of the most challenging yet rewarding hunts in North America. Be prepared to hike into remote basins where you may camp for several nights and spend each day climbing to high elevations over steep, rugged terrain to glass/spot for many hours. Good optics are a necessity and be well prepared for long distance shots.

Due to Covid-19 if the Client is notable to make it across the border the hunt will transfer into 2021