The Shiras moose is the smallest in body and antlers of the North American types of moose. Named after George Shiras III who described these moose during his explorations in the Yellowstone Area in the early 1900’s, they are found in Southeast British Columbia, Southwest Alberta and parts of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado. A trophy bull will have a spread between 40-50 inches with some bigger. Now is a good time to kill a Shiras Moose that ranks high in the record books. In the United States, most Shiras moose hunts require someone to be very lucky and draw a tag, although we can offer hunts through landowner and conservation tags. In Canada, our outfitters have allocated tags, making planning a hunt very easy.
British Columbia is a top trophy producer with hunts also available in Alberta. We offer several methods of moose hunting including horseback, fly-in, cabin accommodations, spike camp set-ups, etc. British Columbia is an excellent place to do a combination hunt – elk, mountain caribou, mountain goat, black bear, stone sheep, and wolf can all be added. A hunt in Canada will promise to be an adventure!
We offer hunts in the lower 48 including in Idaho, Wyoming, Washington, Colorado, Utah. Some tremendous bulls have been taken as of late. While tags are hard to come by there are opportunities and we know the best. If you are looking for a great shiras moose hunt, give us a call or fill out the form below and let us help you find the perfect shiras moose hunt for you.
If you are looking for a great shiras moose hunt, give us a call or fill out the form below and let us help you find the perfect shiras moose hunt for you.