Where is the best mule deer hunting in Alberta?

Where is the best mule deer hunting in Alberta?

Northern Alberta, along the farmland fringe is considered one of the best areas that an out of country hunter (non resident) can come hunting. The abundant food source from the agriculture gives them all the nutrition they need to sustain a healthy population and excellent antler growth.

Where are the biggest mule deer in Alberta?

The Boone & Crockett club’s official world record Non-Typical mule deer was taken near Chip Lake, Alberta in 1926. Several bucks scoring in excess of 240 Boone and Crockett points have been taken in the past few years. The provincial record for typical mule deer was set in 1996 and now stands at 206 points.

How much does it cost to hunt mule deer in Alberta?

Alberta Big Game Hunting Rates

Alberta Big Game Rifle Hunts Hunt Costs License Fees
Mule Deer Foothills & Porcupine Hills Hunts – 6 Day $7,500.00 $350.00
Mule Deer Mountain Hunts – 6 Day $6,000.00 $350.00
Cougar Hunts – 10 Day $12,500.00 $375.00
Winter Coyote Hunts -minimum 3 day call for price $140.00

Where are the biggest mule deer in Canada?

The World’s Record non-typical mule deer, taken in Alberta, Canada, is regarded as one of North America’s greatest trophy heads, recognition it deserves having held the top spot for more than 90 years.

Are there mule deer in Alberta?

The province says mule deer populations are abundant in southern and eastern Alberta — where they cause issues such as human-wildlife conflicts and vehicle collisions — but are declining in west central, mountain and the Foothills.

What is the world record mule deer?

Sporting a gross score of 303 0/8 inches and a net score of 291 1/8 inches, the Bennett buck surpasses the former world record non-typical mule deer by 16 2/8 inches, a mark that had stood since Ronald Reagan was President of the United States.

What is the largest deer in Alberta?

Alberta white-tailed deer
Alberta white-tailed deer are a far cry in terms of size from some of those common to the southern and eastern U.S. The dacotensis subspecies native to Alberta is the largest bodied and largest antlered, of the many recognized subspecies of whitetails across North America.

What is the biggest mule deer ever?

The Colorado buck that Kenneth Plank shot in 1987 currently holds the world record for non-typical mule deer at 274-7/8 inches.

Where is the best elk hunting in Alberta?

Two provincial hot spots for elk are Grand Prairie (WMUs 357, 358 and 359) and Medicine Hat (WMU 732), although elk-hunting prospects almost anywhere in Alberta look good.

Where are the biggest elk in Alberta?

It happened in Minburn County, Alberta, approximately 80 miles due east of Edmonton. O’Shea’s bull surpassed the previous world record by 7 4/8 inches.

What do mule deer eat Alberta?

Diet: Mule Deer eat a wide variety of grasses, forbs and leaves.

Where are the biggest mule deer found?

Colorado: Colorado is king no matter how you slice the data. It puts out the most and biggest record mule deer bucks of any state in the country.

Where can I Hunt trophy mule deer in Canada?

Alberta, Canada is one of the premiere spots in North America for trophy mule deer and we are in one of the best locations within Alberta. Our mule deer hunts take place in the Peace River region of the North West where mule deer are on a limited draw for resident hunters.

Why hunt mule deer in Alberta?

Mule deer hunting in Alberta is some of the finest free range mule deer hunting available in North America. With deer numbers on the rise and the age class of the deer abundant its one of Canada’s top producing provinces.

Why trotrophy hunters Alberta?

Trophy Hunters Alberta is Alberta’s premiere Mule Deer outfitter, owning some of Alberta’s best allocations for the species throughout central, eastern and southern Alberta. THA owns 192 big game mule deer allocations, representing more than 5% of the mule deer allocations in all of Alberta.

Where do we hunt Muley’s?

We hunt Muley’s in multiple regions of Alberta, Canada. Where the rolling grain fields meet the forest fringe, creating some the best ground for the Mule deer to produce large amounts of antler. The 4000 square miles our area encompasses consists of 75% private land and 25% government land.

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