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Hunt record-class mountain goats in coastal British Columbia

Joe Russo with the giant goat he shot with a rifle.


If you want to take a great mountain goat, you couldn't do better than to hunt the Northern Coast Mountains of British Columbia. This area has produced many world-class animals, including the current world record and the pending Pope and Young record.

The owners of this outfit are both bowhunters. The partners are a long-time guide who has spent the past few years in the Yukon and a Utah trophy hunter who made his fortune in burglar alarm systems.


This 4 1/2-year-old goat green-scored an amazing 53 6/8 B&C. The genetics and nutrition of this area are unsurpassed.


Dean Morace and a 48-inch trophy.


Brady Bradford and his Pope and Young trophy with 10-inch horns.

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Allen Bolen of Utah with the No. 2 Pope and Young mountain goat.


A giant billy taken by Hunts.Net customer Keith Campbell of Montana.


The mountain goat hunts in the past three years have turned out just as well as expected. The outfitter produced 100% on Boone and Crockett animals for his rifle hunters, and muzzleloaders and bowhunters have killed some superb animals close to world record size. The hunting is excellent for outsize animals, and though you should be in good shape, this is not typically as physically difficult as some goat hunts. I hunted black bears with this outfitter and saw some tremendous goats along with more than 40 black bears. The outfitter also offers a top-quality grizzly hunt that is good for bowhunters, and his black bear hunt is excellent, and you can take two bears. On some hunts you can add a Columbia blacktail deer and a moose, and the hunter also can take wolves or wolverine if encountered. -- Rich LaRocco

Hunt MG5118
Hunt Price per person

7-day hunt in Aug., Sept. or Oct.

$9,900 plus $1,500 trophy fee

7-day hunt in Nov. or Feb.

$11,900 plus $1,500 trophy fee
Hunter success Trophies
Hunter success has been 100% for rifle hunters and 90% for bowhunters. Goat numbers are high enough to give bowhunters and blackpowder hunters a good chan

ce.

This area produced the current No. 1 goat. Many goats have horns 9.5 to over 11 inches long. P&Y trophies are common, and B&C animals are available. Many of our customers have taken B&C animals.
Methods Lodging
Spot and stalk. Cabins with backpack tents on fall spike hunts. Typically house, cabin or lodge housing during late hunts.
Licenses Area
Tags and license not included. Click here for the latest prices. Coastal areas near Terrace British Columbia.
Travel Not included in hunt price
Fly to Terrace, where the outfitters picks you up. You can fly to Prince George and rent a car for the six-hour drive if you prefer.

Taxes, taxidermy, butcher fees, licenses, transportation between hunter's home and Terrace, B.C. The regular fall hunts do not include an air charter to a lake.
Notes
The February hunt includes transportation by snowmobile up logging roads in canyons where winter weather forces goats near the roads. Taxes not included in prices.

Wow! Jerry Decker of Pennsylvania spotted this timber wolf and stalked within bow range. This is one of the most unbelievable trophies ever taken by an Hunts.Net customer.


Bowhunter with 49 Pope and Young billy.