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Please note, we have a new mailing address. We have moved closer to the hunting territory to better manage and execute everyday business. Bear with us as we update our online paperwork. The new mailing address is as follows: 2343 Reierson Rd. Quesnel, B.C. V2J 6K1
Client Information Spring – You will be flying into (YXS) Prince George, British Columbia, Canada via (YVR) Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Air Canada and Westjet are the two main carriers in Prince George with 9 direct flights daily. It is suggested to have at least a 2hr layover in Vancouver prior to departing for Prince George. Canada Customs can be very time consuming and previous clients have missed their connecting flight due to this delay.
- We recommend you arrive in Prince George a day or two prior to your hunt start date.
- We recommend you arrange to fly out of Prince George a day or two after your final hunt date.
- You may make reservations at any hotel in Prince George; the cost of the room is your responsibility. A list of hotels/motels has been provided for your quick reference Hotels in Prince George.
- The company expeditor will pick you up from the hotel on the first day of your hunt. It is a 6 hr drive to base camp. We will need to know the arrival and departure times of your flight.
Client Information Fall – You will be flying into (YYD) Smithers, British Columbia, Canada via (YVR) Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Air Canada is the largest carrier into this air terminal with numerous arrivals and departures daily. Central Mountain Air, Hawk Air, Northern Thunderbird Air Inc are other carriers in and out of Smithers. You may also drive to Smithers via the Yellowhead Trans Canada or Highway 16. It is suggested to have at least a 2hr layover in Vancouver prior to departing for Smithers. Canada Customs can be very time consuming and previous clients have missed their connecting flight due to this delay.
- We recommend you arrive in Smithers a day or two prior to your hunt start date.
- We recommend you arrange to fly out of Smithers a day or two after your final hunt date.
- You may make reservations at any hotel in Smithers; the cost of the room is your responsibility. A list of hotels/motels has been provided for your quick reference Hotels in Smithers.
- The company expeditor will pick you up from the hotel on the first day or your hunt. It is a 1.5 hr float plane flight to base camp. We will need to know the arrival and departure times of your flight.
All your hunting license and species tags will be pre-purchased prior to your arrival. Due to Canadian law, it is impossible to bring handguns into Canada. You must also register your firearms at Customs upon entry into Canada. A Non-Resident Firearms Declaration form is included in your mailed package, please fill it out, and present it to Canada Customs upon entry into Canada. You will be required to pay a $50.00 Canadian fee. Do not sign this document until requested to do so by the Customs Agent.
Please print, complete and return to Fehr Game Outfitters
- Signed Liability Waiver form, this must be signed for insurance purposes.
- Sportsman Questionnaire.
- Non-Resident Hunting Licence. The non-resident hunting license application form must be filled in with your personal information, check the species you wish to have tags for, sign it, and return to us. We will complete the remainder.
- Hunting Contract.
- Photo Release.
- Final hunt balance payment due on or before April 1st for Spring Hunts and July 1st for Fall Hunts.
Forms and payments to bring with you
- Canadian Firearm Declaration, you may either print and complete form here or pick one up at the Canadian Border.
Do not sign this document until instructed by the Custom’s officer.
- A cashier’s cheque made payable to you or Fehr Game Outfitters to pay for additional animals you wish to hunt. This allows either one of us to cash the cheque depending on your success. Traveller’s cheques or cash are also accepted but not personal cheques.
- Please take into serious consideration our Suggested Gear. This list has been compiled to make your trip more enjoyable and successful. Every effort should be made to acquire/bring listed items.
It is only possible to take large quantities of meat home if you are driving to/from Prince George. All commercial airlines refuse to haul large quantities of meat. For those hunters that are driving and wish to take meat home from their hunt please bring an adequate supply of extra large meat bags and cheesecloth, as we do not supply these items. The meat bags and cheesecloth will enable your guide to retrieve your meat in much better condition and thus there will be less trimming losses of your meat. Your meat will be maintained and carefully prepared upon harvest of the animal. We reserve the right to use a small portion of your meat for camp purposes if it becomes necessary.
However, you are allowed to travel with a small cooler holding 40-50lbs of meat. Please bring this cooler with you, as we do not supply such items. Any meat left behind will be utilized for the camp, crew, or donated to the local charity. No meat will ever be wasted.
Trophy shipments are arranged through a local taxidermist. The nominal fee of approximately $400.00us is payable directly to the taxidermist. All trophies go by truck or air and are shipped C.O.D. It may be necessary to split moose, caribou horns to fly them out. If however, it is a record head or if the client is adamant about not splitting, we will get them out un-split but costs might very well triple.
Our local Taxidermist handles all our trophies. Please find a link to their website below.
While hunting with Fehr Game Outfitters you will abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the Province of British Columbia
It is unlawful….
to hunt wildlife if not in possession of your hunting license and species tag
to shoot wildlife from a motor vehicle or a boat propelled by a motor
to hunt a female mountain goat accompanying a kid
to hunt for 6 hours after being in an aircraft
to hunt wildlife by the use of, or with the aid of, a light or an illuminating device
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
The following species must be taken into the wildlife branch for inspection and or permits before being exported out
of the province: Grizzly Bear, Caribou, and Goat.
Forms and payments to bring with you
Grizzly Bear – There is no open season on a less than 2-year-old Grizzly Bear or Black Bear, or any bear in its company. Take the time to ensure that the cubs are not nearby. Do not shoot any Grizzly Bear when observed in a family unit. Hunters are requested to select a male Grizzly Bear. For inspection: the skull and the hide bearing, for males, a testicle, or part of the penis, or for females, a portion of the teats or mammary gland. The BC regulation forbids the possession, trafficking, importing, and exporting of bear galls, including any part or derivative of the gall bladder, and genitalia. It also bans importing, exporting or trafficking in bear paws separated from the carcass or hide.
Caribou – 5 point bull – has one antler which bears at least 5 tines (points), including the tip of the main beam above the rear point. If the rear point is missing, the first rear-facing point will be used as the rear point. For inspection: the incisor (front) tooth, the antlers, and for a caribou without at least one main beam measuring over 60 cm in length, the hide with evidence or sex attached.
Mountain Goat – are sensitive to harvest. Hunters are requested to select male mountain goat when hunting. It is unlawful to hunt a female mountain goat accompanying a kid or a female mountain goat in a group that contains one or more kids. For inspection: the horns.
On completion of the hunt, non-residents must obtain a completed form of a declaration from their guide. Failure to do so constitutes an offense on the part of the hunter and the guide.
It is not necessary for a non-resident of British Columbia to be accompanied by a licensed guide when hunting small game (includes game birds).