Mike’s Outfitting has built a reputation on getting big mule deer bowhunting along the Peace River in Alberta, Canada.
WHAT DO YOU GET MULE DEER BOWHUNTING WITH MIKE’S OUTFITTING?
- Experienced bowhunting guides who know how to kill big deer.
- High kill success on 160 to 180 Pope & Young Class deer
- The possibility to shoot a 180+ inch deer
- Several opportunities for almost every hunter
- Low resident bowhunting pressure
- Close encounters with P&Y bucks almost daily
- Guaranteed Tags – No Draw Required
Mike’s Outfitting has built a reputation on getting bow hunters big mule deer. We offer top quality mule deer bowhunting from August 25th to September 6th in northern Alberta We have a reputation for high success on 160-180 P & Y Class deer and several opportunities for almost every bowhunter. We are able to use a variety of tactics while hunting; spot and stalk, pushes and stand hunting. You need to be a good shot out to 50 yards and your guide should be able to range find every shot. Even though we have some huge deer in our area, we have taken several 200 plus gross score archery deer. We recommend that you try to shoot every 160 plus gross score deer you find, maybe even 150+, especially if you want to make sure you go home with a mule deer, countless stalks can be blown, shots can be missed, it’s all part of mule deer bowhunting. We are still comfortable with a hunter who really only wants a 170 plus score, most times we can get at least one good shot or more at that caliber of deer for every hunter. The terrain is a mix of flat farmland, thick woods and big river drainages. Most of the hunting is done in farm fields and the crawling on a stalk can be physically demanding. The deer can be patterned during bowhunting season and their antlers are in full velvet. The antlers can be easily stripped and stained if you prefer the hard horned look. We are able to offer two hunters to one guide due to all of the hunting methods available. Contact Mike’s Outfitting to book your next mule deer bowhunting trip in Alberta.