Bowhunting Alberta, Canada
South Peace Outfitters offers guided
bow hunts for black bear, moose, elk, whitetail deer, and mule deer
in the Peace River region of Alberta Canada. Archery hunts in our
area of Alberta for black bear, moose, elk, whitetail deer, and
mule deer can be anytime from late August until the end of November.
We offer great opportunities for bow
hunters! We enjoy an early fall archery season exclusive only to
bow hunters for all species. Following the archery only season bowhunting
is permitted in any of the general seasons; you can actually hunt
with both if you wish. You can bow hunt any of the species we offer
in the pre-rut, rut, or post rut season - your choice!
I personally have over 30 years of serious bow hunting experience
and know the dedication it takes to be a successful bow hunter.
During any of the Alberta archery hunts the hunting methods will
vary depending on game movement, weather, the hunter's desire, etc.
We could be stand or blind hunting over feed sources, mineral licks,
and game trails; we might do some spot & stalk hunting, or we
may do some calling setups; all in the same day. We'll do whatever
it will takes to present the bow hunter with the best opportunity
to harvest an Alberta bow hunting trophy. Several excellent combination
hunts are available for the Alberta bow hunting archery only season.
Archery Bear Hunting
Spring season Alberta bow hunts for
bear are unequalled! We offer baited hunts and a two tag opportunity
on all of our Alberta bear hunts. All stand setups are constructed
with the bow hunter in mind. Shots distances seldom exceed 20 yards
and we place our stands and baits to give the bow hunter the ideal
shot opportunity. Baited Alberta bear hunts are great ice breakers
for the beginning archer and a continued thrill for the experienced
bow hunter. My personal experience with properly placed fixed blade
and mechanical blade broad heads for bears has been excellent. I
will not dictate your equipment preferences - only that you are
ethical and accurate! Read
more black bear bowhunting information...
Archery Elk Hunting
Bow hunting Alberta elk is best in
the archery preseason when the bulls are testosterone charged and
looking for trouble or love! A typical day of hunting will involve
an early morning start in search of bugling bulls. Mid afternoon
might find the hunter in a stand at a mineral lick or wallow, or
waiting in ambush on a trail to a feed source. We tend to cover
a lot of ground when bow hunting elk and often come across other
species, particularly deer, that present some spot & stalk bow
hunting opportunities. Read
more Elk bowhunting information...
Archery Moose Hunting
Our archery season hunts and early
rut season bow hunts present the hunter with the best opportunity
at an Alberta bull moose. During the archery season the bulls begin
some pre-rut rituals and start frequenting mineral licks and water
holes in search of cows. During the latter part of the archery season
bulls will respond to calling as they do in the general rut season.
When Alberta bull moose are responding to lovesick cow calls the
bow hunter will experience a number of calling setups in a day of
bow hunting. Read
more Moose Bowhunting information...
Archery Deer Hunting
We are not a high volume outfitter.
We offer very personalized, quality guided Alberta hunts to our clients
and try our best to accommodate their hunting styles and desires.
We offer guaranteed tags and quality guided bowhunts. We maintain
an honest interest and offer personalized "hands on" service. Join
us for your next Alberta bowhunting adventure in Alberta.
Archery season bow hunts find both the whitetail deer and the mule
deer in their summer feeding and bedding patterns. The whitetail
deer are very predictable at this time of year and are hunted from
ground blinds or stands at or near feed sources and along travel
routes. The archery mule deer hunts are largely spot & stalk
with opportunities presented at anytime of the day on feeding or
bedded bucks. The rut period is a great time to get within bow range
of an Alberta trophy whitetail or mule deer. The rut crazed bucks
come out of their deep, dark hiding places in search of does. If
the weather is too cold for prolonged stand hunts, heated ground
blinds are used. Read
more deer bowhunting information...