Trophy Hunters Alberta is Alberta’s premiere Moose outfitter, owning some of Alberta’s best allocations for the species throughout the forested area leading into the slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. THA has 66 moose allocations offering both archery and rifle hunting experiences. Prices for moose hunts in Alberta are typically about half of the price charged for a moose hunt in Alaska, the Yukon or in British Columbia. Trophy Hunters Alberta is renowned for its moose hunting successes in Alberta.

THA’s premium moose hunts take place in the coniferous forests and willow muskegs of west-central Alberta, in the foothills of the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The more southern WMUs actually border on spectacular Banff National Park with its incredible scenery. Our moose hunts are conducted over hundreds of square miles of rich wilderness habitat supported by a well-managed and moisture-abundant regional biology.

THA has an excellent track record for our moose hunts and is well known for its moose hunting successes in Alberta. THA was the recipient of the APOS (Alberta Professional Outfitters Society) Award for ‘Largest Moose – Archery on an Outfitted Hunt’. We are also very proud of the former world record Shiras moose killed in Southern Alberta by Brad Miller that scored 461 7/8 SCI and had a spread of 61 inches!

We hunt moose using various methods to attract the moose to our hunters. If one method is not working, we can change the plan and/or location as required. During the moose rut season, which usually occurs during late September through the middle of October, we will frequently be calling moose with cow calls and/or bull grunt calls. If the bulls are unresponsive, we will cover as much territory as possible utilizing ATVs on our rut hunts and 4x4s on our late season hunts to find our bull moose. No matter which method of transportation is utilized, we expect to do a fair amount of walking/stalking to find, and get close to, our bull moose.

Accommodations for our moose hunts can vary from tent camps through trailer/motorhome camps to working Alberta ranches, local B & Bs, motels and Guest Resort cabins.


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