Are you looking for that Canadian moose hunt of a lifetime? At Infinity Hunts, we specialize in helping you find the type of hunt and experience you want. Through our extensive research and boots-on-the-ground approach, we work with the best Canadian moose guides and outfitters in North America’s top areas. Throughout your entire adventure, we will be there for you – from choosing the perfect hunt with the right outfitter to personal support before, during, and after the hunt. So let us put our experience and proven outfitters to work for you on your Canadian moose hunting adventures!
While we offer many types of Canadian moose hunts, we love finding those incredible locations throughout North America for world-class trophy Canadian moose and putting our hunters in those camps! Our top outfitters have an excellent track record of taking 50-55 inch class and even bigger moose. We have access to guaranteed tags for these hunts. Our extensive research and outfitter connections can help you find that trophy Canadian moose you have always wanted.
The Canadian moose is one of three species of moose in North America. If you want to complete your moose slam or harvest all 29 North American big game animals, you must harvest a Canadian moose. It is separated into Eastern and Western Canadian moose by some record-keeping organizations.
Eastern Canadian moose live in eastern Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland, and the Maritime provinces in Eastern Canada. They also live in the US in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Eastern Canada moose are smaller than Western Canada moose and generally darker in color. Antler spreads are typically in the 30-45 inch class, although bulls well over 50 inches are taken.
Western Canadian moose live in western Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and the Northwest Territories. They also live in lower numbers in parts of northern North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. In general, the further west and north one goes, the bulls tend to get larger. They are the second largest type of moose in North America, and only the Alaska-Yukon species is larger. Bulls in northern Alberta and British Columbia regularly tape 45-55 inches, and 60-plus inch bulls are possible.
All tags in Canada are outfitter guaranteed tags, while tags in the lower 48 are generally by draw only or through special auctions. Hunts can vary from physical remote horseback or backpack hunts to the use of Argos and trucks. So, anyone can do a moose hunt, no matter their physical capabilities. Accommodations can vary from spike camps to nice cabins to excellent lodges. Seasons usually will be from September through November, and archery, muzzleloader, and rifle hunts are the norm. We focus our hunts in top areas with good moose numbers and proven outfitters who manage their areas for long-term success.
We offer Canadian moose hunts in Newfoundland, Alberta, and British Columbia with guaranteed tags. We can also offer hunts in Maine if you are fortunate enough to draw a tag. Our locations and outfitters are carefully selected based on the quality and quantity of animals and the outfitters’ track record of putting our hunters on good moose. We are passionate moose hunters here at Infinity Hunts and understand what it takes to get a big moose on the ground.
Newfoundland is a go-to destination for many hunters looking for a moose, and for a good reason. With an estimated 120,000 moose on the island, it has the highest concentration of moose anywhere in North America, and the hunts are reasonably affordable compared to other areas of North America. So if moose is on your bucket list, you should consider Newfoundland.
Our outfitters hunt some of the best regions of Newfoundland, and we have both drive-in camps and more remote fly-out camps. Hunts can be conducted on foot, by boat, Argos, 4×4, and side by sides. Lodging can vary from wall tents to remote cabins to great lodges. Archery hunts start in early September. Generally, mid-September to mid-October is best for calling during the rut. Muzzleloader and rifle hunts start mid-September and go through early November.
Bulls typically have 30-45 inch antler spreads, and we take larger bulls yearly. Rifle success rates usually run 90+% every year, and we take some great archery bulls as well. Crossbows are now legal in Newfoundland as well during rifle seasons. It is common to hunt black bears on these hunts, and you can also hunt the rare Woodland caribou during a moose hunt.
Northern British Columbia is one of the best places to take a Boone and Crockett trophy-class Canadian moose. Location is critical, and the closer one gets to the Alaska and Yukon Territories borders, the better the genetic potential for big moose. Antler spreads of 45-55 inches are typical, and we harvest 60-inch monster bulls yearly.
Most hunting is fly-out, and we use horseback, boats, on-foot, Argo’s, and 4×4’s to get around. Calling with glassing and spot and stalk tactics are used to find that trophy class moose. Hunts occur in September and October. After that, access to the areas becomes difficult due to winter conditions. Plan on nice spike camps and cabins for most hunts. The places we hunt are game rich and offer some of the best mixed-bag hunting in North America. Mountain goat, mountain caribou, black bear, wolf, and stone sheep are all in good numbers in these areas.
We offer a few different hunts in Alberta. One is an affordable November hunt when bulls are back in bachelor groups, and the terrain is frozen, allowing access to some good country. This affordable hunt targets representative bulls in the 30-inch class. Are you looking for something bigger? We have a 60-mile river float trip in far northern Alberta. This true wilderness adventure produces bulls in the 50-60 inch class during this late September, early October rut hunt.
We are constantly in the field seeking additional great outfitters and world-class trophy Canadian moose hunts. So if you are looking for an excellent Canadian moose hunt and outfitter, please contact us so we can start putting together the perfect Canadian moose hunt for you.
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