Whitetail Deer Hunting - Mule Deer Hunting Alberta, Canada
South Peace Outfitters offers guided
whitetail deer hunts and mule deer hunts in the Peace River Region
of Alberta, Canada. We offer rifle and archery deer hunts with a
wide range of season options.
The Peace River Region of northwestern
Alberta has long been recognized as an excellent location for hunting
the large bodied, heavy, dark antlered bucks of Alberta. The abundance
of feed produced by local agricultural operations and the large
tracts of timbered, vacant woodlands provides ideal habitat for
our whitetail and mule deer herds. Early season hunts are targeting
deer that are still in their summer/early fall feeding and traveling
routines. Stalk, stand, and still hunt Alberta bucks at feed sources,
bedding areas, watering holes and natural mineral licks. Once rut
activities start kicking in stand hunting feed sources and travel
routes and stalk hunting the areas frequented by the does is the
key to harvesting a large Alberta buck.
Archery Alberta Whitetail Deer
and Mule Deer Bowunting:
These hunts begin in late August, giving the bow hunter an opportunity
to hunt deer that are still in their regular summer/early fall feeding
patterns. This is the season to stalk an Alberta mule deer buck
in the yellow flowered canola fields were they like to feed and
General Season Alberta Whitetail
Deer Hunting & Alberta Mule Deer Hunting:
We offer guaranteed tags and quality
guided whitetail deer hunts and mule deer hunts. We maintain an honest
interest and offer personalized "hands on" service. Join us for your
next Alberta deer hunting adventure in Alberta.
Archery hunters and rifle hunters can hunt from mid September to
the end of November. Hunting at this time includes stand hunting,
calling, rattling, spot & stalk hunting; whatever it takes!
Hunting methods are dictated by the time of the season and what
the whitetail and mule deer are responding to at that time. We use
tree stands along travel routes or field edges where does are frequenting.
Heated ground blinds may also be used in these locations.