NUMBER 1 TROPHY MOOSE HUNT
PRODUCES RECORD BOOK BULLS
100% SUCCESS RATE PAST 12 YEARS
2 OPENINGS IN 2017
This hunt continues to produce the highest rate of success (100 percent) on top end bulls every year. It is expensive, but if you want the best opportunity at a big bull here it is.
In 2016 they killed 16 bulls for 16 hunters with the best bull going 69 inches wide and overall averaging 62 to 63 inches.
In 2015 they had 13 hunters tag bulls including a 74 inch monster grossing 253 Boone and Crockett and also 4 more bulls that had spreads exceeding 65 inches.
2014 was 15 for 15, widest going 68 inches. 2013, again 100 percent. 2012 went 17 for 17, best was 68 inches. 2011 was 14 for 14 and top bull went 69 inches. 2010 was 11 for 11 with the best bull going 71 inches. You get the picture, if you want a trophy bull this is a great choice, but you may have to book a year in advance to get a spot. This outfitter runs 3 moose hunts per year, all in the rut. Over the past 12 years 162 hunters have taken 162 bulls, with 100 percent success also on mountain caribou. This is without a doubt one of the best moose hunts in North America. HCU hunters have killed several Boone and Crockett bulls on this hunt.
The outfitter utilizes both a helicopter and his bush plane to get into more remote areas in his 9,000 square mile concession. This area also serves as wintering grounds for big old moose and caribou. 8 day moose hunts guided 1×1 are $22,500 plus $2,500 to transport the meat, plus license, tags and tax. Mountain caribou can be added on a $6,000 trophy fee plus license. He offers 3 consecutive hunts during the month of September. Round trip charter from Norman Wells to camp is about $1,200 and this hunt typically needs booked at least 1 year in advance, but there are 2 openings for 2017 at press time. Hunt MS119.
Gary Heubel with a great moose taken on MS119 in 2011.
Ray Ladhman with his monster bull.
Lee Robinson with his good bull.