Alberta Sheep Hunting
If you’ve been trying to draw a sheep tag, Alberta offers a unique chance to purchase a Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep tag over-the-counter!
That’s right, Alberta sheep tags are guaranteed for non-residents. No draw required! Known for producing big rams, the top three all came from Alberta, Canada! The southern half of the province is reputed to have the best trophy quality. However there are giant rams in the north as well – including the new world record!
- Alberta sheep hunting season is September 1 through October 15.
- On most Alberta sheep hunting trips, you’ll start out on horseback but then you’ll probably end up with a backpack on once you’re in the high country.
- Alberta sheep hunting regulations.
WIN (Wildlife Identification Number) is required to purchase hunting licenses in Alberta. A WIN number is valid for five years from the date of purchase. Please complete the online application and purchase, renew or replace your WIN card. Upon submission, a WIN card with your WIN number on it will be mailed to you. Be sure you give yourself enough time to receive your card before you arrive for your hunt.
ALBERTA SHEEP HUNTS:
Sheep Hunts Near Jasper National Park
Outfitter: BBCB2, TLG1
This area has one of the highest populations of sheep in Alberta.
- 12 day Bighorn sheep hunt
- Hunters travel by horseback into the backcountry, then hunt via backpack style. Horses remain accessible for when needed.
- This is a challenging hunt and hunters should be in decent shape and able to pack 50lb pack for up to 8 hours in a day.
- Hunters will stay in various camps styles from Walltents to Backpack tents.
SAFE, VETTED OUTFITTERS
Let's start planning your hunt!
When you’re ready to start planning for your Alberta sheep hunting trip, just contact us or fill out the form on this page. Be sure to let us know exactly what you have in mind, and we’ll do our best to help you find the perfect outfitter and get it booked.
Our hunters enjoy great success.
I couldn’t believe in less than seven days I had harvested a dall sheep and a grizzly bear, it was a trip of a life time! I cant say enough about how impressed I was with this Outfitter. From the knowledge of the outdoors to how my made my time in camp with him very memorable.
Sheep and tag numbers are on the increase which is good news all around. If you wish to sheep hunt, let us know now and we will in turn provide you with a reminder and information when the drawing time draws near. This is very special hunt and should be considered by anyone who calls himself a hunter, at least once before you retire the boots and rifle.