Alberta Whitetail Hunts
Alberta Whitetail Hunts
Our Alberta whitetail hunts are in a high demand and usually booked years in advance.
Why you should consider Alberta whitetail hunts:
- Our hunters have high success rates year after year.
- Extremely high trophy quality.
- In some areas of Alberta, deer hunting an be fairly easy when compared to other areas.
- Hunt during the rut.
- Most hunting is on private ground.
Alberta Whitetail Hunts
To get big, mature bucks you need great genetics, low hunter pressure, good food sources with the right mix of cover. Alberta offers all of that.
These Alberta whitetail hunts are in a high demand and usually booked years in advance. There is a very real chance of taking a 170+ class buck with our outfitter, with bigger deer than that taken every year….even a few monster bucks over 200 inches! Our clients get access to prime deer hunting habitat – a mix of prime farm land, fringe and heavily wooded areas…and because of that, our outfitters consistently take B&C bucks.
This is a fairly easy hunt for trophy whitetail, and you’ll be hunting from enclosed field towers, ground blinds, tree stands, and sometimes even spot-and-stalk. Expect to see a lot of deer as well as other game. This area also has some awesome mule deer hunting.
Combo with Mule Deer
Combo with Archery Moose
For you archers in late August through early September, there is one Alberta archery moose tag available, so you could have a whitetail, moose combo hunt. Moose hunting takes place in flat farm fields surrounded by timber (Crown Land), so it is a fairly easy hunt. This is mostly a hunt for a “kitchen bull”, but a 45 inch bull is a real possibility with mid 50’s bulls on the top end.
- Most hunting is in the early fall and throughout the month of November to capitalize on the various phases of the rut.
- Rifle season is early Fall through November.
- Archery season is August through early September.
- Fairly easy hunting, and opportunity rates are very high.
- Excellent trophy quality with many bucks being harvested in the 170″+ B&C.
- Combo with archery moose.
- Trips: GWH2, LO2, TLG3
Edmonton Bow Zone
This is an archery only hunt in the Edmonton Bow Zone. The potential trophy quality can be very high.
Alberta has long been known as producing huge whitetail bucks, and it continues to do so. Our outfitter is offering a very limited amount of Alberta archery whitetail deer hunts in the famous Edmonton bow zone. The Edmonton bow zone has been in existence since 1972, and encompasses 1400 sq. miles around the city of Edmonton, Alberta.
The bow zone is 70% agriculture and 30% woodlots. You will be either spot-and-stalk hunting or you’ll hunt from tree stands placed strategically on funnels, near bedding areas, and near the food crops. You have the option of hunting all day, or hunting morning and evening stands.
This hunt is not for the faint of heart. It is extremely mental in that the weather can be rough, and you are waiting for that one good opportunity at a trophy whitetail. There are some serious monster whitetails in the Edmonton bow zone in Alberta, but they are not an easy animal to kill. Perseverance and good gear is critical. You can expect multiple stalks, increasing your chances of a successful hunt. The potential trophy quality can be very high and you’ll be hunting bucks of tremendous body size.
There’s the chance for a real stomper whitetail on this hunt.
My buck— eleven scorable points, lots of smaller extras, over 17 ½” of inside spread with heavy mass, and a field dressed weight at 215 lbs. The meat will be enjoyed this winter, and soon the antlers will hang on my wall for me to glance at occasionally and remember the turkeys in the hayfield, the smell of acorns on damp ground, and even the super moon that was visible during my sitting a deer stand and reminiscing of hunts in years gone by this past fall. Thank you Outdoors International.
I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt in Dimmit County, in South Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he’s been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was five).
Great outfitter. Great trophy whitetail hunting areas. Many ground blind and tree stand placements before the season allowing good positioning for wind. Constant monitoring of trail cams by the outfitter.
I was unsuccessful on my Kansas whitetail hunt, but absolutely I was happy! The hunt was great! However the weather killed us due to no one’s fault. The hunters right before me had great luck. The outfitter was very apologetic but the weather was out of his control. I’ll be going back next year.
I had no idea how much I would love deer hunting in Texas!
My wife gave me the option of an elk hunt or Kansas whitetail this year, I chose to hunt whitetails in Kansas, and was really glad I did. Thank you to the team at Outdoors International.
I truly appreciate the personal effort took upon yourself to delivery my elk and whitetail to the wild game processing and, to the taxidermist. It was your professional experience in the business that gave me the opportunity to harvest my dream elk and whitetail.