|Non-Resident Hunting License||CAD $180.00|
|Non-Resident Moose Tag||CAD $250.00|
|Non-Resident Black Bear Tag||CAD $180.00|
|Non-Resident Wolf Tag||CAD $50.00|
|Non-Resident Grouse Tag||CAD $50.00|
|Non-Resident Fishing License||$TBD|
|Harvest Fee Moose||USD $1,500.00|
|Harvest Fee Bear||USD $1,500.00|
|Harvest Fee Wolf||USD $1,500.00|
|Float Plane Charter Rate||$TBD|
|Additional Guide||USD $200.00/Day|
|Non–Hunters/Accompanying Client||USD $2,000.00/Hunt|
|Wounded Game Policy||USD $500.00 to continue hunting
USD $500.00 harvest fee on second bull
*Note that Harvest Fees include Royalties Paid to the Provincial Government as required by the Wildlife Act
Meat Processing and Taxidermy
Clients are responsible for all fees related to meat processing and taxidermy. These fees are payable directly to the processor and taxidermist. See the links at right for information on our selected meat cutter and taxidermist.
Injured Game Policy
Fawnie Mountain Hunts believes strongly in ethical and fair chase hunting. Our guides strive to ensure that our clients are placed in the best position and have the best opportunity to harvest an animal in the most humane way possible. It’s understood that a humane harvest is not always made.
In the event that an animal is wounded, the guide will assess the situation and try to determine the extent of the animal’s injuries. If the guide determines that there is a strong likelihood that the animal has not suffered a mortal wound or suffered an injury that will impede the animal’s chances of survival, the guide, after consulting with the head guide, may permit the client to continue hunting for the same species.
Should the guide and the head guide determine that the animal’s injuries are likely to result in the death of the animal or that the injuries will significantly impede and animal’s chances of survival, the client’s hunt for that species will end.
In either case, the outfitter will commit extra resources in an effort to track and harvest a wounded animal. Clients are expected to assist with the locating of the wounded animal. Further hunting by the client will be postponed until the wounded animal is located, or it has been determined that it is unlikely to be found.
As a general rule, a wounded animal means the end of the hunt for that species. No refund is provided in the event that an animal is wounded and lost.
Fees for the transport of firearms are payable directly to Canada Boarder Services Agency at the time of customs clearance.
Gratuities are not included in prices and fees. A minimum gratuity of 10% is customary.