The only Non-Resident Moose Hunting in the area is in the Provincial Primitive Weapons area on the Aluneau Peninsula. These hunts can be either Black powder, Muzzleloader, or Archery. Archery means either Bow or Crossbow. We operate two Tent Camps for our hunters.
One is about 12 miles from the Main Camp and is the only building there. Most of the hunting is done via old logging roads, swamp, creek beds, and ridgelines. This camp has a 16ft x 20ft Tent.
The second site is located approximately 20 water miles from our main camp and is located on Martin Creek between Blueberry inlet and Martin Lake. The hunting in this area is primarily via canoe or boat and calling or stalking. There are a couple nice creeks to hunt back here and the Seymour and Barris creeks are supposedly one of the largest winter forage yards for the Moose in the area. There have been some very nice Bulls taken out of this area. The tent at this site is 16 x 20 also, and is a very remote atmosphere.
We do require a minimum of two people per party and a maximum of four. If there are more than four, arrangements can be made for an additional sleeping tent.
We have several tags issued to us each Fall and the number generally remains the same each year. Each party is issued one adult tag and a calf tag for each of the other hunters in the party. You can party hunt for your Moose, but only if you have a Moose License and Moose tag issued to you.
NON-RESIDENT MOOSE HUNTS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO A BRAIN WORM THAT HAS BITTEN THE POPULATION. THERE WILL BE A HOLD FOR A FEW YEARS TILL THE POPULATION WORKS ITS WAY BACK.