British Columbia offers first class fishing with a ton of value. British Columbia fishing is so good, partly because of it’s 25,000 lakes and 12,000+ miles of coastline. Anglers travel from around the world to fish for salmon, halibut, sturgeon, and steelhead.
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 hunt.
The Shiras moose subspecies has the smallest body and antlers of any North American moose. The Shiras moose is found in British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Utah.