British Columbia Stone Sheep
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Description

Majestic wild sheep live in some of British Columbia’s most beautiful and undisturbed areas. To stalk a Stone Sheep you’ll need to join them up on high mountain basins and jagged rock outcroppings. Outfitter takes a limited amount of hunters in a very remote, trophy class area.


Details

  • Species: Stone Sheep
  • Average Classification: 155 - 170
  • Shot Opportunity: 90
  • Weapon: Rifle
  • Hunt Catalog #: 11896-04
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Classification details:

Trophy Class 160"+

Weapons description:

Hunter will need be comfortable up to 400 yards.
firearm (must be .24 caliber or greater with at least an 18.5″ barrel)


Options

Non-hunter

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Options for a non-hunter observer.

    Non-hunter

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    Option for a non-hunter observer.

    • Non-hunter $8,000.00

    • Available Dates

      August 15, 2020 - October 31, 2021


      Pricing

      • Price: $65,000.00

      50% deposit w/balance due to outfitter 60 days prior to hunt.


      Group Options

      Options for a non-hunter.

      Location

      Remote Northern Rocky Mountains, British Columbia, Canada


      Refund Policy:

      Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.

      Description

      Majestic wild sheep live in some of British Columbia’s most beautiful and undisturbed areas. To stalk a bighorn sheep you’ll need to join them up on high mountain basins and jagged rock outcroppings. Outfitter takes a limited amount of hunters in a very remote, trophy class area. This will be a 14 day fully guided 1:1 horse back hunt. Hunter should be prepared to spend up to 8 hours a day in the saddle in pursuit of rams.


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      • Lodging & Accommodations: Backpack Tent
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        Lodging & Accommodations Scale

        5 - Cabin/Lodge

        4 - Bunk House/Trailer

        3 - Wall Tent

        2 - Backpack Tent

        1 - Client Provided/Hotel

      The main camp is a cabin outpost camp up with a lot of modern amenities. Comfortable heated sleeping cabins, good dining facilities, and hot showers. Other camps are equipped with 4 cabins heated by would stove for hunters and guides. There also is a beautiful log main cabin where everyone eats and gets together talk about the day’s hunt. The Horseback hunts are based out of an additional camp, from there you may ride to one or more of our outpost cabins situated through the mountain valleys. It is important to be able to get dry and warm, this is a hunt but it is also a vacation.

      • Menu & Food: Field Kitchen
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        Menu & Food Scale

        5 - 5 Star Catered

        4 - Full Kitchen

        3 - Field Kitchen

        2 - Backpack Food

        1 - Client Provided

      Meals prepared in camp. If you spike out after a spotted animal you an expect to use backpack amenities. Fresh foods served on this hunt. Homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes.

      • Physical Conditions: Extreme Back Country
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        Physical Conditions Scale:

        5 - All Vehicle Access

        4 - Light Hiking

        3 - Moderate Hiking

        2 - Heavy Hiking

        1 - Extreme Back Country

      This is a physically demanding hunt. We utilize horses although the better physical shape you are in, the more enjoyable your experience will be and the better odds you will have.


      Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

      Book your flight to Fort Saint John, in Alberta. Hunter will need a hotel before and after the hunt. Outfitter will supply transportation to the airstrip and from here transportation is provided to and from our hunting camps in British Columbia.

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      • Lodging & Accommodations
      • Menu & Food
      • Physical Conditions

      Description

      Hunter should be prepared for a 2 week horseback hunt in the wilderness. Spike camp with wall tents will be utilized, but there is a permanent outpost cabin with showers and all the amenities of home that will also be utilized. This is an early fall hunt, but weather can change drastically at high elevations. Layering systems are a must. Comfortable and durable hiking boots are recommended. Full gear list to be provided when booked.


      What Outfitter Provides

      • Lodging
      • Meals
      • Horses, tack & saddle

      What to Bring

      • waterproof boots, rubber boots, and camp shoes
      • rain gear and small day pack
      • camouflage hunting apparel (including a spare set if available)
      • hunting gear (knife, binos, game calls, scents, etc.…)
      • personal hygienic gear (shaving kit, soap, etc.…)
      • personal first aid kit (optional)
      • sleeping bag
      • hard gun case (durable enough to withstand airline abuse)
      • extra ammunition at least 40 rounds (airlines are hard on rifles you may need to adjust rifle)
      • firearm (must be .24 caliber or greater with at least an 18.5″ barrel)

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