Northern Adventure Hunts offers Canada Moose Hunting, Black Bear Hunting & Winter Wolf & Coyote Hunts
in Northern Alberta Canada
All prices are in US dollars
7 Day Moose Hunting (Rut Hunt): $6,250.00
7 Day November Moose Hunting: $5,450.00
6 Day Black Bear: $3,750.00
6 Day Wolf /Coyote Hunting: $3550
6 Day Fishing: $3250.00
All Hunts include:
Accommodations during the hunt
Transportation & Meals during the hunt
Cost does not include license fees, taxes, airfare to camp, accommodations before/after hunt, gratuities for guides/cooks, alcoholic beverages.
wolf/coyote to your hunt: $500.00 U.S. (includes license &
Add fishing where available: $350.00 U.S.
Add Black Bear to Rut Moose Hunts: $1,850.00 U.S. (1 bear
Non-hunters: $200.00 per day
Hunters are responsible for all meat processing costs regardless
of whether or not the meat is taken home.
When you choose your
bear hunt, moose hunt or wolf hunt you can confirm your booking
Sending a 50% deposit. All deposits are non-refundable but
may be transferred to another hunter for the hunt already
Phone or send the information for your party (names, number
in party etc.) along with what species each client wishes
Be sure to include contact information for at least one
member of your group with name, address, phone number and
e-mail address if available.
Hunt dates will be confirmed after the deposit is received.
Final payment is due in cash upon arrival at camp or paid
by cashiers cheque 60 days before hunt date. PERSONAL CHECKS
AND MONEY ORDERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED for final payment.
Directions to camp will vary according to the hunt you choose.
Our moose camp is located north of Manning, Alberta usually meet clients in Manning and travel to camp together. Bear hunts are done in several areas and travel directions can be discussed for your hunt when booking.
Generally hunters fly into Edmonton where they have their travel
agent arrange for a rental vehicle to drive to camp. Flights
to Grande Prairie can be arranged.
(Entry to Canada)
Passports are now necessary for border crossing.
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.
Any person who has a history of criminal arrest, record or conviction (including DUI - Driving Under the Influence)… is not admissible to Canada unless having first obtained a Minister’s Permit or letter of Rehab from a Canadian Consulate abroad…(in their home country)…or the nearest Canada Immigration Center…(usually found at certain designated Ports of Entry). Any person with a criminal record entering Canada, without one of these documents WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY.
There should be no trouble going through customs at the Canada - U.S. Border. Do not bring hand guns, as they are illegal. However, do bring proper identification such as your passport and driver’s licence. When on your way home you may be asked to identify what game you are carrying. Your hunting licence you purchase should provide the documentation for proof they require.
For hunters bringing
their firearms into Canada, a confirmed Non-Resident Firearm
Declaration (CAFC 909) will serve as a licence and registration.
The Non-Resident Firearms Declaration and it’s continuation
sheet (CAFC 909 EF) must be presented in triplicate, unsigned,
to a Canada Customs Officer at your first point of entry into
Canada. Any associated fees are not included in the price of
your hunt. Download the forms here:
What To Bring
- Rifle and Ammunition
- Sleeping bag
- Suitable hunting attire (wool or comparable quiet clothing)
- Rain Gear
- Waterproof footwear suitable for cold weather for sitting or walking
- Comfortable camp shoes
- Mosquito repellent and netting.
- Towels, shampoo etc. as required for personal use.
- Thermal underwear
- Hunting knife, binoculars, fishing gear etc. If desired
- Proper identification for obtaining hunting licences
- Camera, SD Cards, and film
The weather in Alberta is mostly unpredictable!
May - Usually offers warm spring temperatures, ranging from 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit
September - Should average 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit
October - Temperatures may be 32 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit with nights bringing below freezing temperatures.
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