Our outfitter operates in the extremely remote High Level area of Alberta with the bulk of the hunting done in the famous Peace River watershed. The majority of the bait sites are located on the fringe of vast tracts of inaccessible land measured in thousands of square miles, with a bear population that can't be depleted. It's like hunting on the edge of a park or game preserve. This is one of the premier destination for bear hunters in North America and known for producing both larger and more frequent color phased bears.

We normally operate 2 smaller camps, this lets us cover a lot more ground then the single camp operators and lets us go where the bears are with a lot less daily travel. Our area is extremely rugged requiring the use of ATV's and even a jet boat. These tools let us put our hunters into hard to hunt remote areas. We also have a hunt guarantee for our one on one guys. This lets you know we are serious about our clients shooting bears. All our clients traditionally see multiple bears during their hunt.

We have a boat and basic tackle in camp for those guys that would like to fish at midday. All you need is a fishing license bought locally when your here.

The regular price for a 7 day 2009 hunt is $3,150. Plus license fees. We are now offering an "Economy Boosting" 5 day bear hunt. The cost of this hunt will be $1,999. Plus license and tax. A $500. deposit will hold your spot. This will be the best hunt value you will find in Alberta. The hunts start in early May when the bears are really starting to hit the baits with the prime time being mid May to early June.

One of our clients commented when they were shopping for their hunt, that outfitters from Manitoba and Saskatchewan had tried to give them the impression that the average size of bears shot in Alberta were smaller then those shot to the east because of our 2 bear limit. Alberta outfitters, in general, hunt larger areas running more bait sites per client than our eastern neighbors. A study of the Pope & Young record book or even leafing through a copy of their quarterly newsletter will prove that Alberta really is the place to hunt for larger more mature bears.

Please call me if you have any questions.