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Long-time outfitter offers high success for early and late season mule deer hunters in British Columbia, Canada

This hunt is conducted in southern British Columbia from an outfitter's ranch. We first worked with this outfitter in the late '80s when he ran high-country mule deer hunts, which he still does. But now he also offers late-season hunts during the rut on winter range near his ranch.

The bigger bucks in this area typically score 175 to 180 Boone and Crockett points, and there's the occasional giant. The area is about 100 miles north of Vancouver and 200 miles from the Pacific Ocean.

The hunt is normally $4,500 plus tag, hunting license and sales tax. Currently you can book two hunts for $9,000, and that includes hunting license, tag and hunting license.

"This is a fun hunt because a hunter will see lots of bucks," the guide said. "Most hunters should be able to get a mature buck with good mass, but we don't have the genetics for a lot of width. Most bucks are 24 to 26 inches."

The hunt is usually $4,500 plus tag, hunting license and transportation, but the outfitter is including the tag, license and transportation for this last slot in 2012.

If you can't get away on short notice, consider booking a 2013 now at the regular price. You have a choice of hunting in September in the alpine terrain, or out of the ranch house in November or early December. Hunt MD5104.

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Hunt MD5104

Hunt/ hunter:guide ratio Price
7-day trophy mule deer $4,500 plus tag, license, taxes, transportation from and to airport in Vancouver
Hunter success Trophy size
Virtually every hunter sees multiple bucks. Hunters who have realistic trophy expectations usually score. Most hunters take bucks averaging about 24 inches with good mass. Bigger bucks are occasionally seen but are rare.
Licenses Lodging/meals
Over-the-counter tags are sold through the outfitter. Click here for the latest price Included in a ranch house on the late season hunts in November and early December. Early season hunts are typically conducted from rough, backcountry cabins.
Travel Area
Fly to Vancouver, British Columbia, and rent a car for the drive to the ranch. 28,000 acres of deeded land near Kim, Colorado
Season Notes
November and December Mature bucks are quite common because all permits in the entire area are limited by the state.