About hunting in North America
North America has some of the greatest hunting and some of the finest game animals found anywhere in the world. Hunting opportunities in North America are tremendous and vary greatly from whitetail hunting in Eastern hardwood forests to elk hunting in high alpine meadows of the Rocky Mountains to mule deer in the deserts of Sonora to muskox in the Canadian Arctic. The success of North America’s wildlife management is attributed to the “North American Model of Wildlife Conservation,” which relies on money generated by hunters, through licenses and a surcharge on the purchase of hunting gear, for the funding required to conserve and maintain game animals. Under this model, game animals in North America have made a tremendous comeback over the past century and thrive throughout the continent in record numbers today. Because hunting in North America is managed at the state and provincial level, hunting methods, traditions, ethics, and laws are different from one region to another. For example, black bears may be legally hunted over bait in some states and provinces, are hunted with dogs in others, and can be legally taken only by spot-and-stalk in others. It’s crucial to study the laws and regulations of the state or province you are hunting in. Wildlife agencies in each state and province generally have excellent, detailed websites where the information may be found.
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Trophy Mule Deer Hunt United States
This is a Trophy Mule Deer Hunt in Colorado Unit 52. It is a 4 day hunt, with at lodge, nice accommodations. We will be hunting private ranches as well as BLM if needed. This hunt has a 100% shot opportunity and 80% harvest rate. We focus on buck from 150-180 inch with bigger possible.. This hunt is a 1-1 hunt. This is a fun hunt. We have 2 spots open with a possibility of a 3rd if needed.
Trip duration: 4 days
Hunting season: 24 Oct 2019 27 Oct 2019
Northern Saskatchewan Black Bear Hunt Canada
Due to our remote territory, the minimal human presence, and the absence of hunting pressure (25 tags per year over 240,000 acres , with max. clients between 15-18 per year), the Black Bear population is healthier than many other places. The chances of getting a Black Bear over a 5 day hunt are excellent. It is very likely to get a color phase bear (black, blond, chocolate and cinnamon with white blaze spots on their chests). During the bear season, each hunter will have the opportunity to do some fishing after he harvests his trophy. The lodge is on the lake front; providing great spring fishing (mainly northern pike and walleye) even from the docks. Gear to bring: — Gun and /or bow, ammunition, no hand guns please — Fishing rod (we have spares) — Bug spray, net (if preferred or Thermacell) — Own safety belt if preferred — Rubber boots, rain gear — Rifle hunters must wear red, blaze, yellow or white, or any combination of these colors, must have red or blaze hut, — Black powder and bow hunters may wear full camo — Mid afternoons can reach 30°C, cooling possibly to 0°C at night. Layers are best, so you are ready for any weather — Camera and binoculars
Trip duration: 5 days
Hunting season: 12 May 2020 8 Jun 2020
Kansas Rio Grande Turkey Hunt United States
Kansas turkey hunting prices are based upon 3 days of turkey hunting, 4 nights of lodging, & expecting the turkey hunter to kill two mature Tom Rio Grande turkeys. Hunts can be anything from spot & stalk to sitting in a ground blind to call in those thunder chickens. Spinning feeders filled with corn are placed out on a few of properties to keep the Rio Grande turkeys in the area. Our turkey hunts occur in unit 5 of Kansas. All hunters are lodged privately on our working farm & cattle ranch. At the farm you can then share stories of your stories of turkey hunt. Click here for pictures of the hunting lodge. Sandhill pastures & fertile farm land with a mix of trees & rolling hills with plenty of food with rich nutrients creates an ideal habitat for the Rio Grande turkey on our farm. With 100 year cottonwoods established on the farm land it provides an ideal roosting spot for the Rio Grande turkeys. With minimal hunting pressure, and large fields with a varrying terrain provide the perfect combination for a succesful Kansas turkey hunt. Non-Resident Hunting License: $72.50 Non-Resident Combo Turkey Permit & Game Tag: $47.50 Non- Resident Turkey Permit: $32.50 Non-Resident Game Tag: $22.50
Trip duration: 3 days
Hunting season: 1 Apr 2020 31 May 2020
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