Where can I hunt in BC?

Where can I hunt in BC?

Limited Entry Hunting Zone Maps

  • Region 1: Vancouver Island.
  • Region 2: Lower Mainland.
  • Region 3: Thompson.
  • Region 4: Kootenay.
  • Region 5: Cariboo.
  • Region 6: Skeena.
  • Region 7: Omineca/Peace.
  • Region 8: Okanagan.

Where can I hunt deer in BC?

British Columbia produces some of the largest mule deer in the world, and the rugged South Chilcotin Mountains, ranging northwest from Lillooet, are a premier place to hunt this challenging species.

How much does it cost to hunt in British Columbia?

B.C. resident hunting licences and fees

Licence type Fee HCTF Surcharge
B.C. resident hunting licence $25 $7
B.C. resident hunting licence, Canadian citizen, 65 years of age or older $6 $1
B.C. resident youth licence $6 $1
B.C. resident initiation licence $15 $4

What can be hunted in BC?

18 Big Game Species for Hunting in BC

  • Alaska Yukon Moose.
  • Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep are more widely distributed throughout the United States than Canada and are noted for their…
  • Bison.
  • Black Bear.
  • Black-tailed deer are smaller subspecies of mule deer.

Where is the best elk hunting in BC?

Kootenay Region
The Kootenay Region has the highest population of Elk in British Columbia, making our territory a prime Elk Hunting area. We are only allowed to harvest Bull Elk that have a minimum of six (6) tines (points) or better on one side. Bulls range from 270 to 350 Boone and Crockett.

Can you hunt on your own property in BC?

Private land hunting has a long tradition in British Columbia and has led to many positive relationships between landowners and hunters in the Kootenays and across the province. Landowners may restrict access for any General Open Season or Limited Entry Hunt.

Is baiting deer legal in BC?

Bow hunting, baiting, pit lamping and spearing are hunting practices that are not condoned by the BC SPCA as they do not meet these criteria. In addition, baiting and pit lamping are illegal in the province.

Do you need a guide to hunt in BC?

All non-resident hunters wishing to hunt big game in the Province of British Columbia are required to be accompanied by a licensed guide outfitter, an assistant guide outfitter hired by a guide outfitter or a resident who holds a Permit to Accompany.

How many deer are you allowed to shoot in BC?

1 (1) The aggregate bag limit for deer is 3. (2) The bag limit for white-tailed deer is 2, only 1 of which may be a buck. (3) The bag limit for mule deer is one. (4) Both deer may be antlerless, but only one antlerless deer of each species may be taken.