Canada

CANADA has a wealth of hunting opportunities particularly in British Columbia, the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Species include moose, caribou, grizzly bear, black bear, mountain goat, dall sheep, stone sheep, elk(wapiti), mule deer, white tail deer, cougar, lynx, bobcat and wolf

big black bear spring
Grizzly Spring

Stan, Bart, Cam, Clay and Jim with their wives and children are the current members of the Lancaster family guiding hunters and fishers on their 4 hunting areas in BC, Yukon and NWT. The nearest towns to these areas are Williams Lake, Fort St. John, Whitehorse and Fort Simpson.

The shortest hunt is a 6 day black bear hunt and often a second bear is taken in this time. Most other hunts are 10 hunting days or longer on a multi species hunt. Most hunts are for 1 or 2 named species. Theie is a quota sysytem and thus a limit to available hunts each season. Spring hunts take place late May and June, autumn hunts are from the beginning of August to mid October.