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Rates

Rates

Whitetail Deer Hunting Rates

Whitetail Deer Hunting Rates

  • Rifle Rut Hunts November 1 – November 30
  • 6 day - $5950 + License and 5% tax
  • Archery Hunts August 25 – August 31
  • 6 day - $5000 + License and 5% tax
  • Youth Whitetail Hunt - $5000 + License and 5% tax
  • Non Hunters - $250. Per day.

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Bear Hunting Rates

Bear Hunting Rates

  • Rifle or Bow Spring and Fall
  • 6 day two Bear $4000 + License and 5% tax
  • Second Bear - $1000 Trophy Fee
  • Non Hunters $250. Per day.

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Wolf Hunting Rates

Wolf Hunting Rates

  • Rifle Hunt December – March 2016/17
  • 6 day $4000. + License and 5% tax.
  • Non hunters $250. Per day.

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Deposit Information

After you have researched your trip and have decided to book with NAWC, a 50% non refundable deposit will be required to secure your reservation. Balance will be due by September 1st of the year you hunt. Trophy fees (if applicable) can be paid in camp by certified cheque or cash. All monies are US funds.

Cancellation Policy

If for some reason you need to cancel your hunt no refunds are available from NAWC. You may however transfer your deposit to a client of your choice and their hunt will be credited.

**WE STRONGLY ADVISE BUYING CANCELLATION INSURANCE TO PROTECT YOUR TRIP**

What you Need to Bring

Warm Clothes, Rain Gear, Camo Clothing, Thermal Underwear, Warm Gloves or mitts, Warm Boots, Toque, Baby Wipes, Toiletries, Day Pack, Camera, Cell Phone, Compass, Rifle/Bow, 2 boxes of shells, Binoculars, Rangefinder, Flashlight/Batteries, Lighter, Knife, Water Bottle/Thermos.

Please ensure you are familiar with all your gear. When the opportunity arises you need to be confident in your gear, quiet and accurate. These big bucks don’t need any help eluding a hunter and slipping away and the more efficient you are with your gear the better your chances. Understand how to operate everything and have fresh batteries. Your clothing should be layered and very warm and your gun should be one you shoot well.

Non-Resident Firearm Declaration

Declare firearms in writing to a customs officer at the point of entry to Canada, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (download form here). The declaration form should be filled out prior to arrival at the point of entry, in order to save time. However, it should not be signed before arriving at the entry point, as a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs officer must witness the signature.