Canadian Wolf Hunt

jarheadhunter

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So I went and did something I never really thought I would do. Bought a hunt. Figured my best chance at a wolf. So I will be heading to Northern Alberta here in January. Pretty stoked to go on this hunt. Got a pretty sweet deal on it. I figure I will be into the whole thing under $4k when its all said and done (Besides Taxi). No limit on wolves once I get there for the 6 day hunt. I will try and get as many pictures and play the trip out when I get back.
 

Felix40

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Im curious to see how you do. That seems like a bunch of money for a wolf but on the other hand it sounds like its dang hard to find one on your own.
 
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jarheadhunter

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Im curious to see how you do. That seems like a bunch of money for a wolf but on the other hand it sounds like its dang hard to find one on your own.
The hunt normally cost $9K for two people. We got it for $4400 for two. By the time you get airfare, rental truck, hotel for two nights and tip it gets up there. I know people who have been trying in the states for 4-5 years and have more invested then that.
 

Obsessed1

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What area of northern alberta are you going? The wolf population up here has exploded in the last 10 years. I live north of grande prairie Alberta, coyotes and wolves abound up here
 
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What area of northern alberta are you going? The wolf population up here has exploded in the last 10 years. I live north of grande prairie Alberta, coyotes and wolves abound up here
I will be flying into Edmonton and then driving 7 hrs north. Could of flown into Grand Prairie, but it was more money and still a 3 hr drive north from there.
 

Obsessed1

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Yah flights into GP are ridiculous. We live about 45 min north of the city. If your outfitter knows what he's doing you should get more than a few chances at a wolf. There's piles of wolves from Cleardale/Worseley area to Peace river. And even a good few south of GP as well. You should have a great time. Who's the outfitter your hunting with?
 
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jarheadhunter

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Yah flights into GP are ridiculous. We live about 45 min north of the city. If your outfitter knows what he's doing you should get more than a few chances at a wolf. There's piles of wolves from Cleardale/Worseley area to Peace river. And even a good few south of GP as well. You should have a great time. Who's the outfitter your hunting with?
Going with Wolf hunting Adventures
That's actually the guys last name. Fitting I guess. Air Canada just screwed me over and changed my flights all around. After a 2.5 hr wait on the phone I was able to cancel and get my money back. Now I have to book with someone else.
 
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