The Chinchaga River Valley situated in northwestern Alberta produces some of the finest moose and black bear hunting in all of Canada.
Chinchaga River Hunts is the most experienced guiding and outfitting company in this Northern Alberta Region. As professional outfitters it is our goal to provide our clients with the highest quality hunts, best services and facilities at competitive prices. Our hunters get the best opportunity to take a moose. Our trophy is over 50″. Although not all clients take large bulls, Chinchaga River Hunts consistently take some of the largest bulls harvested from the province each year.
We take great pride in offering our hunters an opportunity at quality bulls, and to offer an unequaled hunting experience.
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WHERE WE HUNT
At Chinchaga River Hunts we hunt in the northwest portion Alberta Canada.
Alberta is located in western Canada as seen on the Canada map. Alberta is joined by Montana to the south, British Columbia, Canada to the west, Saskatchewan, Canada to the east, and the North West Territories to the North. Alberta has a population of approximately 2.9 million people with about one third located in metropolitan Edmonton, one third in metropolitan Calgary and the other one third located in smaller cities, towns and rural areas through out the province.
We hunt in WMU524 which is located 450 miles northwest of Edmonton, Alberta, or 150 miles northwest of Peace River, Alberta along the banks of the Chinchaga River. This is a very remote area and offers unequalled Moose hunting. Trophy Bulls will die in this area having never been seen by human eyes.
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2018 is in the record books and the campfire stories are being told. We took 16 hunters out this past season. First week, all the camps were slow, the second week was pretty good and closing camp we saw fresh rubs and actually had a bull moose dart 15′ in front of the argo while […]