Elk and Moose are especially plentiful in our mountain areas ensuring a success rate in the high 90s for six point Elk. Depending on open season, the hunter may try for Elk, Moose, Caribou, Goat, Black Bear, Mule Deer and Wolves.
Big Nine's allotted hunting area covers over 1500 square miles of pristine wilderness on the eastern slope of Canada's spectacular Rocky Mountains in northern British Columbia.
All hunts are fly-in. Unless coming into our hunting camps via private plane, clients fly in via charter flights from Fort Nelson, BC.
Why choose Big Nine? Check out the top 10 reasons cited by our repeat customers. We'll throw in 5 more for good measure! For example, did you know that this area has the highest density and variety of multiple wildlife species in North America? Known as the Serengeti of North America, it is one of the last unspoiled wilderness areas in the world.
Big Nine Outfitters Ltd.
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 4J2 Canada
Attention: Barry Tompkins
When two or more parties are interested in the same date, the first partial payment received gets the booking and any duplicate payments received will be returned promptly. Before sending your deposit it is a good idea to give Barry a call regarding the availability of hunts and let him know your deposit is on it's way. Once your deposit has been received we will get back to you as soon as possible with a receipt and confirmation of your hunt.
Barry Tompkins Tel: 250-787-8431Fax: 250-787-9732
During our season of operation, mid-July to late October, please reach Barry via our Internet phone: (250) 277-9614Barry's cell phone: (250) 787-6747
Over 1500 Sqaure Miles of Pristine Hunting Territory
Our Guide Outfitting Territory covers approximately 1500 square miles within the Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park. Intersected by the 58th parallel, we are located approximately 85 miles southwest of Fort Nelson, BC in the Muskwa River and Gathto Creek drainages, Region 7, Units 7-49 and 7-50.
Barry Tompkins, President firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (250) 787-8431 Cell: (250) 787-6747
Fax: (250) 787-9732
Mid July to late October call 1-250-277-9614
Box 6742, Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada, V1J 4J2