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Whether you are looking for a trophy black bear or two, big bodied whitetail buck, trophy elk, monster mule deer, giant Canada moose, unlimited shots at the elusive wolf and coyote, or want to limit out each day on world-class waterfowl hunts?  You don’t have to look any further!  Have you been dreaming about a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep hunt, or winter cougar hunt? Book a hunt with any of the outfitters on Alberta Outdoors Hunting Outfitter Directory and experience a professionally guided hunt in Alberta, Canada.

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Alberta Canada hunting outfitters offer professionally guided hunts for Antelope, Bighorn Sheep, Black Bear, Cougar, Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, Waterfowl, Whitetail Deer, Bison, Coyote & Wolf. Find out more about these Alberta species and choose an outfitter for your next hunting trip.

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BLACK BEAR HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada black bear hunts with professional hunting outfitters

Once you’ve been black bear hunting in Alberta you won’t want to hunt anywhere else. The color phases range from black to dark chocolate brown to blond. The average male black bear will weigh anywhere from 300-450+ pounds with many being 6′ plus from nose to tail. Spring and Fall black bear hunting provides the hunter with a variety of opportunities.

The black bear inhabits most of Alberta’s forested land. Black bears are common in open forests throughout the mixed-wood, foothill, and prairie zones. Partial clearing of forests for roads, trails and other developments has improved black bear habitat and consequently their numbers have increased in recent years. Black bears are active from spring through to autumn making both spring and fall black bear hunting an exciting adventure!

There are multiple opportunities throughout the province to harvest some nice trophy black bear. Be sure to check our list of featured outfitters here on www.abhunting.com to book your next Alberta hunting trip!

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MULE DEER HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada Mule deer hunts with professional hunting outfitters

Mule deer are found throughout Alberta. Mule deer bowhunting seasons in the boreal forest and foothills zones begin in late August and runs through late October; in the mountain zone the archery mule deer hunting season begins in late August and ends in late September; In the Parkland and Prairie zones archery for mule deer hunting begins in late September and runs through November. Rifle mule deer hunting begins in mid September and runs until the end of November in the Boreal, Foothills and Mountain zones and in the Parkland and Prairie zones, mule deer hunting rifle season runs through November . The rut takes place in early to mid-November and typically continues until the end of the season.

Mule Deer have very large ears, some over a foot long, and provide excellent hearing. Mule Deer can leap up to ten feet in the air, run up to 40 mph and change direction almost instantaneously. Along with their excellent hearing, they have a keen senses of smell and a superb sense of sight in both daytime and nighttime conditions. This makes mule deer hunting a real challenge. Many outfitters will combine whitetail deer and mule deer hunting trips. Mule deer hunting is popular during the rut because bucks are exposed in the open more during the day because of the constant running after does. The best strategy for mule deer hunting is glassing with binoculars and then stalking to shooting range.

Be sure to check our list of featured outfitters here on www.abhunting.com to book your next Alberta hunting trip!

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WHITETAIL DEER HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada whitetail deer hunts with professional hunting outfitters

If you want the opportunity to harvest a record whitetail deer, Alberta is the place to hunt.  Alberta has one of the highest percentages of trophy-class bucks. Spend a week whitetail deer hunting in Alberta and chances are you’ll have an opportunity to put your sites on the largest whitetail you’ve ever seen.

Whitetails have adapted to the varied terrain in Alberta. In the prairie zone, deer have learned to be elusive even in the smallest cover area. In the parkland zone whitetails live in the aspen forest where they can find many places to go unnoticed. In the boreal forest and foothills zones, deer have the safety of spruce and aspen forests. Trophy whitetails are found regularly in all of these zones.

Alberta whitetail deer has the largest bodies and largest antlers of the many species of whitetails across North America. A mature buck can weigh in excess of 300 pounds and bigger with antler sizes averaging in the 140-180+ range.

Be sure to check our list of featured outfitters here on www.abhunting.com to book your next Alberta hunting trip!

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MOOSE HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada Moose hunts with professional hunting outfitters

In Alberta, moose are common throughout the foothills, mountain and boreal forest zone and have been increasing in the parkland and prairies. Moose prefer muskegs, brushy meadows and small groves of aspen or coniferous trees, particularly where such habitat adjoins lakes, ponds or streams. Moose hunts can take place in feeding areas, logged blocks, natural mineral licks, lakes, cutlines and riverbanks as well. The habitat for moose is plentiful.

Alberta has placed three moose on the list of the top ten of all time, making Alberta one of the continent’s top moose destinations.  It’s not uncommon to see moose over 50+ inches!

Across much of northern Alberta, moose hunters will enjoy this wilderness hunt, whether you are hunting out of tent cabins in the remote wilderness, staying in comfortable lodges, or hunting by horeseback, you will find a moose hunt that fits your style of hunting. Be sure to check our list of featured moose hunting outfitters here on www.abhunting.com to book your next Alberta moose hunting trip!

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ELK HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada elk hunts with professional hunting outfitters

Alberta elk are found mostly along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in the high basins and foothills zones, The elk have been migrating to the boreal forest and parkland regions over the last several years. Alberta has a growing population of elk that numbers in the neighborhood of 26,000 animals.

Alberta’s elk mature quickly and it is not uncommon for three-year-old bulls to sport 6×6 racks. Excellent management allows non-residents to harvest only 6×6 elk in many areas, allowing the majority of bulls to reach maturity.

Elk hunting begins in late August and early September with the archery season. Archery hunting is permitted in most zones prior to the rifle season and there are two archery-only zones in the province. Many of the rifle seasons open in mid-September and stretch until the end of November, and a couple of zones extend through into February. During the early hunts, when the elk are in rut, the favored method of hunting is bugling and cow calling. The rut often lasts into mid-October. Any way you choose, you’ll have the opportunity to see monster elk.

Be sure to check our list of featured elk hunting outfitters here on www.abhunting.com to book your next Alberta elk hunting trip!

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PREDATOR HUNTS IN ALBERTA CANADA

Hunting outfitters in Alberta Canada offer predator hunts including cougar hunting, wolf hunting & coyote hunting

COUGAR HUNTING

The cougar is North America’s largest member of the cat family. This alert, secretive animal is rarely seen which makes cougar hunting a real challenge. In Alberta, a hunter will usually find cougars primarily in southern mountains and foothills, but occasionally they may be seen in other areas. Cougar hunting is a rugged adventures and a unique hunting experience. Growing up to 10 feet long and weighing in at close to 200 pounds gives the hunter an opportunity to harvest a real trophy.

WINTER WOLF HUNTS

If you are up to a challenge winter wolf hunting is for you when the pelts are at their best, and no other hunting seasons are open.  Wolves are smart and will test your skills. A great method for wolf hunting is using heated blinds over bait, stalking and calling. Wolves can also be “howled in” during the mating season. Baiting wolves is legal and effective and there is no limit on the number of wolves you can harvest in Alberta. These cunning animals seldom provide an easy target.  Wolf hunting will require all your hunting skills to ensure success.

WINTER COYOTE HUNTS

Coyotes are abundant in the province, especially in the prairie, parkland and foothills regions. Calling coyotes and decoys are great methods for hunting coyotes. These cunning animals seldom provide an easy target.  Coyote hunts can be very exciting and with no limits on the number of coyotes you can harvest, there can be a lot of shooting action!

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ADDITIONAL HUNTING OPPORTUNITIES

Alberta Canada hunting outfitters also provide limited Bighorn Sheep hunts, Antelope Hunts and Bison hunts.

BIGHORN SHEEP HUNTS

Sheep hunting in Alberta has gained a worldwide reputation. Anyone who has ever dreamed or yearned of hunting the most prominent & revered bighorn sheep should come to Alberta! Alberta Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep have always been a premier trophy for sportsmen from around the world. Many trophy size sheep are found in the northern part of Alberta as well as in the south. No matter where you hunt, sheep hunting is tough, but add snow, high winds and sub-zero conditions, and the hunt becomes ultra-extreme.

PRONGHORN ANTELOPE HUNTS

Hunting pronghorn antelope is restricted to adjacent southern corners of Alberta and Saskatchewan. The Alberta prairie is the northern limit of pronghorn range.  Antelope hunting has always been by spot and stalk. The trick to hunting antelope is remembering how good an antelope’s eyes are! A person who takes his time looking over the bucks (and can shoot straight) should go home with an antelope on the good side of 15 inches.

BISON HUNTS

One of the few places you can hunt wild, free-ranging bison is in Alberta. Alberta offers one of the very few opportunities to hunt these magnificent animals in a truly fair chase situation. This may be one of the toughest hunting experiences on the continent but the rewards for the dedicated hunter can be great.  There is the satisfaction of having hunted one of the rarest and most awesome trophies, a true free ranging bison on its northern range!

WATERFOWL HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Enjoy world-glass Goose Hunting & Duck Hunting in Alberta Canada with professional waterfowl hunting guides

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GOOSE & DUCK HUNTING IN ALBERTA CANADA

Alberta Canada hunting outfitters also provide limited Bighorn Sheep hunts, Antelope Hunts and Bison hunts.

The large fields, lakes, puddle lakes, wetlands, and major flyways will give you the waterfowl hunting experience of a lifetime. The rolling fields of peas, barley, and wheat are home to a variety of ducks and geese which make waterfowl hunting in Alberta some of the best in North America. Thousands of mallards and pintails are found in every puddle, slough, and lake. It is not uncommon to hear daily reports of large groups of hunters all limiting out even with the liberal limits allowed in Alberta.

Each area of alberta provides excellent waterfowl hunting. In the boreal zone there are thousands of migrating geese and ducks headings south from the Arctic. The Parkland zone is home to the highest population of mallards, Canada geese, snow geese and white-fronted geese. There is a long season and very liberal limits. The Foothills zone has excellent opportunity for waterfowl hunting especially late in the season. The prairies are known world-wide for it’s migrating ducks and geese, the flyways, thousands of acres of staging waters with low hunting pressure. No matter where you plan your waterfowl hunting trip in Alberta, you will be impressed – and you will reach your daily limits!

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