British Columbia Canadian Moose and Mountain Caribou Hunt

$100.00

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WithGolden Bear Outfitting

What – 1 hunter for one Canadian moose and one mountain caribou

Where – Telegraph Creek-Stikine River area of British Columbia

Who – Valid for those eligible to hunt in British Columbia

When– Hunt Dates 9/10-9/23/2023 ONLY. May not be moved to another year. Hunt is non-transferable.

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SOLD OUT!

WithGolden Bear Outfitting

What – 1 hunter for one moose and one mountain caribou

Where – Telegraph Creek-Stikine River area of British Columbia

Who – Valid for those eligible to hunt in British Columbia

 

About – Golden Bear outfitting operates in Northwestern British Columbia in the Telegraph Creek-Stikine River area. The guide area is a vast territory encompassing over 8,000 square miles. The guide area is the oldest established in Northern British Columbia and has long been a favorite with sportsmen. The area was first hunted in 1884 by F.C. Galbreath, a pioneer outfitter, and was later sold to George Ball who operated it under ‘Northwest Ranching and Outfitting’ for over thirty years. Much of the area remains unchanged, as it has been spared heavy commercial and residential pressure.

 

The area has a diverse game population: stone sheep, grizzly bear, mountain goat, mountain caribou, moose, black bear and wolf. Several species of grouse and ptarmigan also live in the area and the lakes, rivers and streams boast incredible fishing opportunities. Golden Bear Canadian moose average is in the 50-55” class and every year they harvest 60” bulls. They have a large area and harvest a small number of moose each year which enables them to keep their quality high. Golden Bear has a resident mountain caribou population and does not rely on pursuing a migrating herd. They hunt caribou on several large plateaus from mid-August through October.

 

Costs and fees covered in this prize include the hunt cost; $1800 charter flight fee; licenses; tags; royalties; GST tax on hunting licenses, tags, and hunt; and Guide Outfitter Association Wildlife Stewardship fee.

 

Not included in this prize are winner’s travel to and from Juneau, AK, lodging and meals necessary in Juneau, crating and shipping of trophies, and gratuities for the guide and camp staff.

 

British Columbia Canadian Moose and Mountain Caribou Hunt Raffle Rules

 

  1. Raffles are conducted under Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society’s Colorado Bingo-Raffle License #2022-16942. Proceeds benefit Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society.
  2. Must be 18 years of age or older to purchase tickets.
  3. Raffle is open to residents and non-residents, including outside U.S. All sales are final. There will be no refunds. Raffle prize may NOT be traded, sold, or transferred.
  4. Online ticket sales available until 8:00 PM (MDT) Sunday, October 9, 2022.
  5. Public drawing will be conducted at approximately 6:00 PM (MDT) October 19, 2022 at Carlson Vineyards Tasting Room, 545 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501.
  6. Need not be present to win.
  7. Winners will be posted October 20, 2022 at www.bighornsheep.org and remain posted for 90 days.
  8. Ticket stubs are not necessary to claim prizes. A government-issued ID will be required to claim prizes.
  9. If you have any questions about the raffles, drawing time and location, raffle winners, or general information please call RMBS at (720) 201-3791.