Predatory K9’s

Predators are very abundant throughout Alberta, from yipping coyotes in the prairies to the deep howls of the grey wolves in the dark boreal forest. There is nothing more chilling than hearing a howl echo through the brush as a hunter waits for a shot. This is one of the coolest things about K9’s – they are all highly vocal and respond well to calls, whether it is mimicked vocalizations or prey distress calls. We use both techniques as well as baiting on our predator hunts. We operate the hunts from two separate camps, coyotes from our deer camps in central Alberta and wolves from the bear camp in the northern boreal forest.

Included in your Hunt

  • Transportation to and from Edmonton, Ab to our camp.
  • All meals at camp, lodging and guides.
  • 1 wolf/coyote license (a trophy fee will be added for extra wolves).
  • Field dressing of your trophy and preparation for travel.
  • Ice fishing is available during wolf hunts.

Things you Need to Know

  • All hunters must arrive in Edmonton, Ab (YEG) one day prior to the hunt and plan to arrive back in Edmonton the following Saturday evening.
  • Hunt dates for wolves run the month of February.
  • Hunt dates for coyote run the month of March.
  • Trophy sizes range from 75 – 125lbs for wolves, 40-65 lbs for coyotes.
  • Both species are hunted from ground blinds.
  • Electronic calls may be used.
  • Coyotes are plentiful in central Alberta and usually eager to engage distress calls.
  • The Canadian Grey wolf is commonly found in several colour phases in our hunting area, grey, black, white, silver.