The largest quota of caribou for this region
During the caribou hunting season this species is feeding in the alpine region of the Itcha Ilgachuz Mountain Provincial Park portion of the territory. The caribou herd in this particular mountain range is non-migratory and numbers over 2,800 head. It is the biggest herd of mountain caribou in the southern half of British Columbia.
Lehman Creek Outfitters have the largest quota of caribou for this region and our success rate has been virtually 100% on this species. A horn restriction applies, specifying that only 5-point bulls or over are legal. This is a very popular hunt as there is a good selection of trophy caribou bulls available.
Moose-Caribou Combination Hunting
Moose-caribou combination hunts begin with a caribou hunt in an alpine camp located a day's ride from base camp. After the caribou is taken, hunters, guides and bagged game move down to moose camp.
Hunters wishing for an exceptional trophy of both moose and caribou may prefer to book each species individually, to allow time to acquire the animals you desire.
Wolf, black bear and deer can be hunted, as a secondary species, in combination with moose and caribou. There is no additional fee for hunting secondary species unless the animal is harvested.
"Thanks for the great hunt." - Bob, Vancouver, Washington
Lehman Creek Outfitters • Eli and Terra Hatch
Box 32 • Anahim Lake BC • V0L 1C0 • Canada
778 763 0074 • email@example.com
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