We offer a variety of additional options for those wishing to get the most out of their Canadian experience. Whether its spending more time in nature seeing beautiful locations, or being a tourist to some of British Columbia’s most popular locales, we can help. Each adventure may be included into the price and duration of a hunt, or additional days may be added in order to get the most out of each experience.
If you would like to experience the feel of the rustic trapping lifestyle that put many of the northern towns on the map, look no further. Our trips allow the guest trapper to set traps and snares, as well as try their hand at skinning and fleshing of any game caught. This is a hands-on experience, and not for everyone. Guest trappers will be able to take home one fur of each species trapped while with us. This may include Beaver, Wolf, Coyote, Marten, Mink, Weasel, Squirrel, Fox, and Muskrat. Trapping is not conducted for Bobcat or Lynx species.
Accommodations for this adventure take place out of our northern Trapline Cabin, which is very well insulated, and equipped with comfortable sleeping quarters and a heated wood stove. Outdoor toilet facilities only. The area will be accessed with 4×4 vehicles, ATV’s, and track driven snow machines in order to check the traps we place periodically throughout the tour/ hunt.
Our experienced trapper will teach you the ins and outs of modern trapping, and give you a hands-on experience you are sure to remember.
December 1st– February 15th.
- Adventures are normally 4 days in duration, but can be longer if desired. $3,500 USD for 4 Days
- Trapline Adventures may also be added onto a Cat hunt at an additional price, based off of a “per day rate” of $750 USD. This is a great way to split up the sometimes-monotonous cat hunting days by mixing it with hands on experience trapping.
- Also offered are wolf hunts. Our wolves are all shades of color, from white to black. Grey wolves are the most common. Typical wolves will weigh in at 80-125 pounds. These hunts are generally added onto a Cat Hunt. You may also add on additional days to your hunt to allow the greatest chance of success harvesting both cats and canines. Spend your day searching for cat tracks, rather than wasting time sitting in a blind over baited meat piles. First thing in the morning, and upon returning to the cabin at dusk, we will check the leghold traps for any wolves caught. The hunter will have the chance to shoot any wolves in the traps, though only two wolves may be taken home per hunter. A trophy fee of $1,500 USD will be charged per animal. Incidental wolves found while out hunting other species may also be harvested, at the same rate.