Bow Hunt for a Mountain Goat

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Frank is a 77 year-old hunter coming from Saskatchewan. He was director of the Saskatchewan Bow Hunters Association for more than 10 years. He first came on a bow hunt for mountain goat with BCTMO Conservation Club in 2012. Unfortunately, he could not harvest a goat that time. He therefore … Read More

Wild Harvest Initiative (WHI)

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Though hunting used to be a normal practice only a few centuries ago, today hunting has turned into a quite controversial subject, throwing one big question into the space – What would happen if all hunting and angling would subside in the future? What exactly would be the consequences? Conservation … Read More

Wildlife is a Public Resource

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Wildlife, according to the Public Trust Doctrine, is a public resource and therefore managed by government and provincial laws and regulations throughout North America. That has not always been the case. At the beginning of the 20th century many populations in North America were close to extinction, including the today … Read More

Down to my Last Round

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Due to technical issues while sighting in the rifle I suddenly had only 6 rounds from 20 left. “That`s enough” said Todd our first class guide, dryly. Then, on the 4th hunting day, it became “serious”. Todd scouted a black bear which we had to stalk due to bad wind … Read More

Welcome to BCTMO Conservation Club

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BCTMO Conservation Club is a Canadian-owned, year-round guide outfitting company specializing in fair chase hunts for 13 species of Canadian world record big game. For over 30 years, we’ve been catering to outdoor enthusiasts seeking multiple species combination hunts in our exclusive 2,000 square mile territory located in the Chilcotin … Read More

Wife Brings Synergy to Husband’s Hunt

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Four times, Knud of Denmark has hunted with us in southern British Columbia because our guide outfitting operation is wife-friendly! Knud dreamt of hunting black beer and Canadian moose in North America since he was a boy sitting on his father’s knee listening to tales of Alaska. At 67, Knud … Read More

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