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South Peace Outfitters, Big Game Hunting & Waterfowl Hunting
Guides in Alberta Canada
We require a $500.00
deposit on booking.
A hunt confirmation will be forwarded when the deposit
50% of the total package price is required a minimum
of six months prior to the trip.
The balance for the hunt is due on arrival
Payments for bookings may be transferred to another
individual but will not be refunded in the event of a client
cancellation or postponement. In the event that we (the Outfitter)
have to cancel your trip you will receive a full refund.
Not Included in our hunts:
Taxidermy, shipping of trophies and meat processing
Weapons & ammunition
Accommodations and meals on non-hunting days
Tips and gratuities
Non-hunting guests cost $150.00 US/day
Clients have several travel
When making travel plans check
with UniGlobe Geo Travel at www.geo.ca or call 1-877-669-3270
and ask about the "Group Travel" or "Alberta
- Fly into Edmonton, Alberta
and rent a vehicle for the approx. 4.5 hour drive into our
camp on paved, well maintained roads.
- Fly into Grande Prairie,
Alberta and rent a vehicle for the 1.0 hour drive into camp
or have us pickup and return you to the Grande Prairie airport.
- Arrive in camp on your scheduled
arrival dates with your personal vehicle so you can conveniently
return home with trophies and processed wild meat.
You must declare your firearms
in writing, in triplicate. Click the following link for information
and to download the necessary form. Non-Resident
Firearm Declaration (form CAFC 909). If you are bringing
more than three firearms, you must also attach a
Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Continuation Sheet (form
CAFC 910) to your declaration form. You
may also call the Canadian Firearms Center at 1-800-731-4000
for information and to receive copies in the mail.
Please fill out the declaration form ahead of time to save
time at the point of entry. However, wait until you arrive
at the point of entry to sign the form because a customs officer
must witness your signature.
Once the customs officer has
confirmed your declaration, it will have the same effect as
a licence for you and a temporary registration certificate
for all the firearms you bring to Canada.A confirmed declaration
costs a flat fee of $25, regardless of the number of firearms
listed on it. It is only valid for the person who signs it
and for those firearms listed on the declaration. If you come
with others who will be using firearms in Canada, you will
each need to meet these requirements.
|Gear and Weather
Your personal hunting gear will
vary on the season and species you are hunting. In Alberta,
there is no requirement to wear high-visibility clothing (such
as red or blaze orange) while hunting. Contact us to discuss
The base camp hunts include all bedding, towels, non-personal
toiletries, etc. Spike camps will require you to purchase or
bring a sleeping bag & pillow. The old saying "if you don't
like the weather now, wait 10 minutes, it will change" definitely
applies to Alberta weather! You should always be prepared for
the worst. We recommend contacting us prior to your departure
to review current and forecast weather situations.