Elk Hunts

Elk hunting in the Peace Country has earned the reputation as a “sleeper”, due to the growing Elk herd populations, rise in age class, and increase in trophy quality.

This hunt is a relatively easy, low impact style hunt where we concentrate on the flat farm fields and surrounding timber. We will spot and stalk and use various calling techniques to draw the bulls in closer. One very attractive feature about hunting Elk in the Peace Country is the fact that we can hunt them with a rifle during the September rut.

Elk hunts are 5 days, with a very realistic opportunity at Bulls in the 275 – 325 B&C range.

Jim Goodman with 6x6 bull elk

Jim Goodman with 6×6 bull elk

Scott Day with his deep canyon 6x6 Elk

Scott Day with his deep canyon 6×6 Elk

Mark Villadson with his 309 B&C Bull Elk

Mark Villadson with his 309 B&C Bull Elk

Clifford Hayes 6x6 Bull

Clifford Hayes 6×6 Bull

"Big Don" with his 6x6 Bull

“Big Don” with his 6×6 Bull

Dave Thompson's 6x6 Bull

Dave Thompson’s 6×6 Bull

Bob Hilgart's 6x6 Bull

Bob Hilgart’s 6×6 Bull

Michael Manson's 300 Bull

Michael Manson’s 300 Bull

Scott Gramoll's 6x6 Bull

Scott Gramoll’s 6×6 Bull

"Little Don" with his 6x6 bull

“Little Don” with his 6×6 bull

Some Happy Elk Hunters

Some Happy Elk Hunters

Tom Morgan with his 315 B&C 6x6

Tom Morgan with his 315 B&C 6×6

Craig Bixler with his first 5x5 bull

Craig Bixler with his first 5×5 bull

Dave Colbath's first 5x5 Elk

Dave Colbath’s first 5×5 Elk

Jim Carter with his 305 B&C

Jim Carter with his 305 B&C



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