The key to moose hunting in British Columbia is getting remote by horse, or float plane. The further back you go the better the bulls will be. Bulls in BC, especially northern BC can push over that magical 50 inch mark. A 50 inch bull in the Prince George are is definitely a shooter and north of Smithers a guy can get into 60 inch bulls.
Canadian moose get bigger the further north you go, and after you cross the Yukon border, they are considered Alaska Yukon Moose. Couple that with the fact that your hunt will be considerably less than an Alaska moose hunt. This is something to keep in mind when you book your British Columbia moose hunt.
Why you should consider moose hunting in British Columbia:
- OTC tags
- Healthy populations of moose.
- BIG bulls! Generally speaking, the further north you go, the bigger the bulls get.
- A British Columbia moose hunt is almost always a combo.
- BC, in our option, stands alone in the moose world in Canada in producing large bulls with a good bang for the buck.