Reservations

Scoop Lake Outfitters enjoys a very high success on all species – often close to 100%. If you arrive in good shape our experienced guides and our long standing wildlife conservation ensures you will have the best possible hunting experience and opportunities available. We offer horseback hunts which are usually ten & fourteen day combination hunts for multiple species. In conjunction with these hunts we offer boat hunts on lakes or river boat.

Every hunt is tailor-made to our client’s individual needs and physical conditioning. It is recommended you come in the best physical condition possible. On most of our ten and fourteen day hunts we use horses. In the event you are larger than average, horse riding may be restricted and you will be required to hunt on foot or by boat. If you weigh more than 240Lbs or have physical limitations it is highly recommended to inform the outfitter.

Scoop Lake base camp is located at 2,000 feet, most of our 21 spike camps are between 2,800 and 3,500 feet in elevation. We do have a few camps up as high as 4,500 feet. Timberline is approximately 4,500 – 5,000 feet. Our highest mountains are 8,000 feet. You can expect to spend the majority of your time hunting between 4,000 and 6,000 feet. When hunting by horse in the mountains our Sheep, Moose, Caribou and Goats are all found around the timberline elevation. One of the reasons they make such a good combination hunt is that they are all hunted at the same time from the same camp. Timberline is often where we see Grizzly Bears out rooting around as well.

Lake and river hunts can be arranged for Moose, Goat, Caribou, Grizzly, Black Bear and Wolf. We also offer 8 day single species hunts for Moose or Goat. If you have physical limitations but yet wish to have a hunting opportunity that may produce a record book moose contact us regarding our lake hunts.


HUNTING SEASON BY SPECIES

Stone Sheep
August 1 – October 15

Mountain Goat
August 25 – October 15

Canadian Moose
August 15 – October 15

Rocky Mountain Elk
September 1 – September 10

Grizzly Bear
August 15 – October 15

Black Bear
August 15 – October 15

Mountain Caribou
August 20 – October 15

Wolf
August 1 – October 15


HUNTS BASED ON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

July 30 – August 15
Stone Sheep, Wolf – 14 days

August 15 – August 30
Stone Sheep, Wolf, Moose, Caribou, Goat, Grizzly, Black Bear – 14 days

Aug 15 – 24
Moose, Grizzly Bear, Black Bear and Wolf – 8 days

August 24 – Sept 5th
Sheep, Goat, Moose, Caribou, Elk, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear and Wolf – 11 days

August 30 – September 11
Stone Sheep, Wolf, Moose, Caribou, Goat, Grizzly, Black Bear, Elk – 11 days

Sept 5 – Sept 16
Sheep, Goat, Moose, Caribou, Elk, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear and Wolf – 10 days

Sept 10 – 19
Goat or Moose – 8 days

September 11 – September 22
Moose, Goat, Caribou, Wolf, Grizzly, Black Bear – 10 days

September 11 – September 26
Stone Sheep, Wolf, Moose, Caribou, Goat, Grizzly, Black Bear – 14 days

Sept 16 – 27
Sheep, Goat, Moose, Caribou, Elk, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear and Wolf – 10 days

Sept 19 – 28
Goat or Moose – 8 days

September 22 – October 3
Moose, Goat, Caribou, Wolf, Grizzly, Black Bear – 10 days

September 26 – October 11
Stone Sheep, Wolf, Moose, Goat, Grizzly, Black Bear – 14 days

Sept 27 – Oct 8
Sheep, Goat, Moose, Caribou, Elk, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear and Wolf – 10 days

Sept 28 – Oct 7
Goat or Moose – 8 days

October 3 – October 11
Moose, Goat, Wolf, Grizzly, Black Bear – 8 days


For available hunt dates and fees please contact Scoop Lake Outfitters using the contact us page or phone the office 250-491-1885 or cellĀ  250-859-4327

We offer eight, ten and fourteen day hunts.


BRITISH COLUMBIA HUNTING LICENSES, TAGS AND ROYALTY COSTS

Please visit the British Columbia Fish and Wildlife website for information on licenses and tags. Review theĀ  non-resident hunting licenses and regulations section to familiarize yoruself with our regulations prior to the hunt.


TRAVELING TO SCOOP LAKE OUTFITTERS
For those using commercial airlines (Air Canada or Air North) you’ll arrive in Whitehorse, Yukon. All clients over-night in Whitehorse at our recommended hotel and after a good night sleep you will drive from Whitehorse to Watson Lake, Yukon (4.5 hour drive) on the Alaska Highway. The highway is paved, well maintained and a beautiful drive. Upon your arrival into Watson Lake you will be flown via Northern Rockies Air Charter Ltd to Scoop Lake . Your return will be the reverse with an overnight in Whitehorse on departure.

If you are driving your own vehicle, your point of departure into Scoop Lake is Northern Rockies Air Charter Ltd float plane base in Watson Lake, Yukon.

Watson Lake, Yukon is the closest town and road. The 95 mile flight into Scoop Lake is by float plane or wheel plane.

There is a transportation fee in addition to your hunting or fishing trip. The cost of the hunt does not include a transportation fee for the Whitehorse to Scoop Lake return trip.