Vancouver Island Guide Outfitters

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7 hunting trips from 1 outfitter starting from $6,500

7 hunts
$6,500 starting from
3 animals
3873km to the nearest trip

Welcome from Vancouver Island Guide Outfitters

Darren, Outfitter Vancouver Island Guide Outfitters

Pursuit is what we’re all about! We offer exciting spot and stalk hunting adventures, lead by your own experienced local guide. Our hunts are conducted via 4x4 trucks, boats, ATV’s and hiking. Day trips are taken into Vancouver Island’s hidden backcountry, exploring the remote reaches and secret hideouts of the coastal black bear, Roosevelt elk and blacktail deer that call the Island home. Our team understands the varying physical abilities and desires of big game hunters and our hunts can be customized to meet the needs and abilities of the hunter. Whether you are looking for a challenging physical adventure or a relaxing vacation with family and friends, we will structure your hunt with you in mind. We understand how important our guides are to providing an exceptional experience and hunt. Our guides are selected for their excellent knowledge of the guide area and the animals that we pursue. We know the importance of relationships and character and our guides are known for their friendly dispositions and their ability to develop ongoing friendships with their hunters long after the hunts are over. Join us for the hunt of your dreams and a lifelong memory of how good hunting can be!

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Vancouver Blacktail Deer Hunt 1x1

Vancouver Blacktail Deer Hunt 1x1 Canada

Columbia Blacktail Deer are becoming a much desired Vancouver Island species thanks to exciting new DNA research that has been conducted into the history of blacktail deer. The research identified the early blacktail deer migration from a single refuge along the Pacific Northwest coast and re-colonization northward following the glacial retreat. The deer's migration route colonized Vancouver Island first and then northward to the Alexander Archipelago, where the Sitka blacktail subsist. Due to the migration and isolated marine environment of the Island, Grand Slam Club/Ovis (GSCO) recognized the Vancouver Island blacktail deer as Sitka for the Super Ten® and Super Slam® trophy record books. Vancouver Island offers one of the true, pure, indigenous populations of blacktail deer on the Pacific Coast, in an easy to access southern locale. Blacktails can be hunted from September to December, with prime hunting during the November rut. Hunting is free range, spot and stalk, glassing or ground blinds conducted in the agricultural and backcountry areas. Trophy quality is in the 80 to 120 pt class, similar to Sitka deer. Shots are 50 to 350 yards and .243 to 7 mm rifles are recommended.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 10 Sep 2019 10 Dec 2019

$6,500 for 1 hunter
Vancouver Blacktail Deer Hunt 1x1 '20

Vancouver Blacktail Deer Hunt 1x1 '20 Canada

Columbia Blacktail Deer are becoming a much desired Vancouver Island species thanks to exciting new DNA research that has been conducted into the history of blacktail deer. The research identified the early blacktail deer migration from a single refuge along the Pacific Northwest coast and re-colonization northward following the glacial retreat. The deer's migration route colonized Vancouver Island first and then northward to the Alexander Archipelago, where the Sitka blacktail subsist. Due to the migration and isolated marine environment of the Island, Grand Slam Club/Ovis (GSCO) recognized the Vancouver Island blacktail deer as Sitka for the Super Ten® and Super Slam® trophy record books. Vancouver Island offers one of the true, pure, indigenous populations of blacktail deer on the Pacific Coast, in an easy to access southern locale. Blacktails can be hunted from September to December, with prime hunting during the November rut. Hunting is free range, spot and stalk, glassing or ground blinds conducted in the agricultural and backcountry areas. Trophy quality is in the 80 to 120 pt class, similar to Sitka deer. Shots are 50 to 350 yards and .243 to 7 mm rifles are recommended.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 10 Sep 2020 10 Dec 2020

$6,500 for 1 hunter
Vancouver Island Black Bear Spring 1x1

Vancouver Island Black Bear Spring 1x1 Canada

For over 30 years Vancouver Island has been THE destination for black bear hunters. Ursus americanus vancouveri, Vancouver Island’s cave bear, inhabit the Island in great numbers. Jet black in colour, some with a chest splash of white, with big blocky heads and giant paws, these Vancouver Island bears have many features that set them apart from their North American mainland cousins. Bears are pursued on coastal estuaries, mountain side hills and salmon streams, depending on the time of year and weather conditions. All hunts are spot and stalk, no baiting is allowed. Hunters traditionally see 5 to 10 bears per day and occasionally more. We aim to harvest mature boars 6 foot or larger and weighing 250 to 350 lbs. The average shot is 25 to 125 yards and we recommend a heavy bullet in a .30 caliber or larger cartridge.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 1 Apr 2020 15 Jun 2020

$7,500 for 1 hunter
Vancouver Island Fall Black Bear 1x1

Vancouver Island Fall Black Bear 1x1 Canada

For over 30 years Vancouver Island has been THE destination for black bear hunters. Ursus americanus vancouveri, Vancouver Island’s cave bear, inhabit the Island in great numbers. Jet black in colour, some with a chest splash of white, with big blocky heads and giant paws, these Vancouver Island bears have many features that set them apart from their North American mainland cousins. Bears are pursued on coastal estuaries, mountain side hills and salmon streams, depending on the time of year and weather conditions. All hunts are spot and stalk, no baiting is allowed. Hunters traditionally see 5 to 10 bears per day and occasionally more. We aim to harvest mature boars 6 foot or larger and weighing 250 to 350 lbs. The average shot is 25 to 125 yards and we recommend a heavy bullet in a .30 caliber or larger cartridge.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 10 Sep 2019 10 Dec 2019

$7,500 for 1 hunter
Vancouver Black Bear Spring Hunt 2x1

Vancouver Black Bear Spring Hunt 2x1 Canada

For over 30 years Vancouver Island has been THE destination for black bear hunters. Ursus americanus vancouveri, Vancouver Island’s cave bear, inhabit the Island in great numbers. Jet black in colour, some with a chest splash of white, with big blocky heads and giant paws, these Vancouver Island bears have many features that set them apart from their North American mainland cousins. Bears are pursued on coastal estuaries, mountain side hills and salmon streams, depending on the time of year and weather conditions. All hunts are spot and stalk, no baiting is allowed. Hunters traditionally see 5 to 10 bears per day and occasionally more. We aim to harvest mature boars 6 foot or larger and weighing 250 to 350 lbs. The average shot is 25 to 125 yards and we recommend a heavy bullet in a .30 caliber or larger cartridge.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 1 Apr 2020 15 Jun 2020

$13,000 for 2 hunters
Vancouver Island Fall Black Bear 2x1

Vancouver Island Fall Black Bear 2x1 Canada

For over 30 years Vancouver Island has been THE destination for black bear hunters. Ursus americanus vancouveri, Vancouver Island’s cave bear, inhabit the Island in great numbers. Jet black in colour, some with a chest splash of white, with big blocky heads and giant paws, these Vancouver Island bears have many features that set them apart from their North American mainland cousins. Bears are pursued on coastal estuaries, mountain side hills and salmon streams, depending on the time of year and weather conditions. All hunts are spot and stalk, no baiting is allowed. Hunters traditionally see 5 to 10 bears per day and occasionally more. We aim to harvest mature boars 6 foot or larger and weighing 250 to 350 lbs. The average shot is 25 to 125 yards and we recommend a heavy bullet in a .30 caliber or larger cartridge.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 10 Sep 2019 10 Dec 2019

$13,000 for 2 hunters
Vancouver Roosevelt Elk Hunt 1x1 '20

Vancouver Roosevelt Elk Hunt 1x1 '20 Canada

Roosevelt Elk bulls, the Island’s massive 1,000 lbs stags, sport heavy, gnarled antlers, often crowned on top, unlike those found on any other North American elk. ‘Rosies’, a blue-listed species, are closely managed by wildlife officials. Rosie’s are blue-listed due to their pure genetics and isolation from other elk species, setting them apart from mainland Roosevelt elk. This close and careful management results in many Boone and Crocket bulls for our hunters. The season opens annually on October 10th, just after the main rut period. Harem bulls continue to guard their herd, or pull the hot cows to protected areas away from competing bulls. All hunts are free range, spot and stalk hunts along timbered valley bottoms or alpine meadows. Trophy quality is 300+ B&C and shots are 50 to 350 yards. A heavy bullet in .300 to .375 caliber rifle is recommended. Archery hunting is also permitted.

Trip duration: 10 days

Hunting season: 10 Oct 2020 20 Nov 2020

$25,000 for 1 hunter
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