5 Tips For An Unforgettable Guided Bear Hunt in BC

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5 Tips For An Unforgettable Guided Bear Hunt in BC The BC Wildlife Branch estimates that between 120 000 – 160 000 black bears roam this diverse province, making British Columbia bear hunting an exciting prospect for hunters from around the world. With the knowledgeable assistance of a professional guide, hunting sportsmen and women of all experience levels can witness the awe-inspiring adrenaline rush of spot-and-stalk black and color-phased bear hunting in British Columbia. Tag … Continued

Tips For Planning An Epic Moose Hunt In BC

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Need help planning your hunting trip, things to consider when picking an outfitter, how to prepare your gear and more. An epic moose hunt in BC is a big deal. It’s an exciting and costly adventure. To ensure you enjoy this experience review these planning tips that will guide you through your BC Moose Hunt adventure. Setting your own hunting expectations What do you want from your BC epic moose hunt experience? Do you want … Continued

How To Rock The Rut On Your Next BC Moose Hunt

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Are you hunting the rut this year in British Columbia? The ‘rut season’ runs from mid-September until late October. This time period represent some of the most exciting and memorable moose hunting one can experience, for both the seasoned sportsman and newcomer. The rut is the mating season of ruminant animals including moose, deer and goats. “Moose that are reclusive start the [rut] process by travelling, looking for each other,” says Batnuni Lake Guides & … Continued

Practice Your Calls: Tips For Your Next Guided BC Moose Hunt

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If you’re afraid to give moose calling a shot, you’re missing out. At Batnuni Lake Guides & Outfitters, our BC moose hunting season is conducted during prime rut times, from mid-September to the end of October, when the animals are responding to calling. Moose calling takes practice, but not perfection. And with the average moose size running between 40-45 inches during prime rut times, it’s worth a try. Success is largely dependent on ensuring there … Continued

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