Hunting Regulations

GOVERNMENT HUNTING REGULATIONS

It is unlawful…

  • to hunt wildlife if not in possession of your hunting license and species tag
  • to hunt for 6 hours after being in an aircraft
  • to hunt game from one hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise
  • for non residents to hunt without a guide (must be within verbal communication distance)
  • for a guide to take more than two non-resident hunters
Wildlife Branch Inspection and/or Permits

The following species must be taken into the wildlife branch for inspection and or permits before being exported out of the province:

  • Stone Sheep
  • Goat
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Wolf
A tooth from the following species must be submitted to the wildlife branch:

  • Caribou
  • Stone Sheep
  • Moose
Notes for other species:

Stone Sheep
Moose
Moose
Elk
Elk
Elk
Caribou
Mule Deer
White Tail
Goat
Wolf
Wolverine
Grouse
Aug 1 – Oct 15
Aug 15 – Aug 31
Sept 1 – Oct 31
Aug 15 – Sept 9
Sept 10 – Oct 31
Sept 10 – Oct 31
Aug 15 – Sept 30
Sept 10 – Oct 5
Sept 10 – Oct 5
Aug 25 – Oct 15
Aug 1 – May 31
Oct 15 – Jan 15
Sept 1 – Nov 10
Full curl or over 8
Any Bull
3 Point on brow or 10 points on one horn OR no more than two tines
3 Points and up
6 Points and up
Archery-3 points and up
5 Point Bulls
4 Points and up
Any Buck
Mature Billies
No Restrictions
No Restrictions or Bag Limits
No Restrictions Bag limit is 10

Non-Resident Annual Harvest Restrictions on Big Nine Outfitters. Quotas

  • 10 Stone Sheep per year
  • 1 Grizzly Bear in 5 years
Fishing

Arctic Grayling and Dolly Varden July 1 – April 30 Daily limit of three

Hunting British Columbia with Big Nine Outfitters

~ Recognized as one of the best areas in the world for trophy hunting ~

Call Barry Tompkins, President

Cell: (250)787-6747

Mid July to late October Call lodge: (250) 277-9614

big9outfitters@gmail.com