We have decided to discontinue doing hunting reports.
We are still open year round and are still hunter friendly. The game shed is available for our guests to use, to hang their harvest. As in years past, we still require a 4-night min. stay for hunters, reservations are required.
Call the office (250-523-9697) for more information, or if you’d like to book a cabin for your hunt.
Since the last report we have a Whitetail 4 x 4 harvested. … Continue reading
Some snow now in the area. The mule deer rut has slowed down, but the Whitetails are going strong, from sitings of bucks mid-day. Since our last report we have had harvested: 2 – 4X4 Mule Bucks 1 – WhiteTail … Continue reading
Weather conditions have been the same with a bit cooler (1-2 Deg) overnight last night. Cooler weather is in the forecast with daytime highs just above 0 instead of 8-10 Deg with snow also in the forecast. Since our last … Continue reading
Weather has been just unreal up this way the past while. Temperatures have been waaaaaay above normal, with even our nights staying way above freezing??? We should be seeing night time temps dipping to the double digits, negative! Hunting has … Continue reading
Since the last report there have been 7 bucks and 2 whitetail doe’s harvested. Overnight temperatures are still above normal, daytime high’s are typical. ***Reminder to hunters, we still have a 4 night min booking requirement for hunting season, cabins … Continue reading
Over night temperatures have been hovering around 0 and daytime highs of 8 to 10 Deg, outlook looks more of the same except 2-3 Deg. cooler later in the week. Since the last report we have had 4 Mule deer … Continue reading
Since the last report we have had 2 Mule deer buck, one whitetail buck and one white tail doe.
It has snowed the past few days, lower elevations has melted but higher up has about 3-4 inches. White tail doe opened today and since the last report 3 mule deer bucks have been harvested.
Guests have harvested 1 white tail buck, as well as filling a bull moose LEH. There’s now snow in the hills! … Continue reading