BC Guide Outfitters

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BC Guide Outfitters



Rated 1 out of 5.0 based on 2 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Mark Werner

Location: British Columbia

Species Hunted: Elk, Mule Deer, Canada Moose, Grizzly Bear, Rocky Mountain Goat, Mountain Lion, Lynx

State(s) Hunted: BC

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Review Submitted: Oct 22, 2022

Hunt Date: not provided

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Days Hunted: 7

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Mountain

Method: Rifle

Price Range: 9000-10999

did not met expectations Number of animals seen, met expectations?

did not met expectations Size of animals seen, met expections?

did not met expectations Hunting pressure in the guides area, met expectations?

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Submitted by: Chris Rudolph

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Review Submitted: Nov 22, 2012

Hunt Date: Nov 22, 2012

Species Hunted: Canada Moose

Days Hunted: 7

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Mountain

Method: Rifle

Price Range: 9000-10999

did not met expectations Number of animals seen, met expectations?

did not met expectations Size of animals seen, met expections?

did not met expectations Hunting pressure in the guides area, met expectations?

did not met expectations Would you hunt with this Guide again?

Crappy Experience

Moose Hunt; 3 Hunters; 2 Guides; NW of Fort St. James The weather was extremely warm for the time of year and finding moose was near impossible, but my complaint is with the outfitter and the service. - Met Mark Werner (owner) once at the airport, he took an extra grand for the 1:1 and never heard from him again. - Hunting area was brand new and one of the guides had spent less than a week scouting the area out. The other guide spent a small amount of time during a bear hunt, scouting for moose. - Hunting area was a 6 hour drive from Prince George, which wasn't related until we all met up at the airport. It was a good thing I had my own vehicle, otherwise it would have been an extremely tight fit in the guide vehicle. - Since the camp was so far away from anything, the guides brought in extra gas in containers where 1/2 of them didn't have proper lids. The smell of gas throughout was nauseating. - Guides weren't given a company credit card for gas purchases and didn't have enough money to refill gas 3/4 of the way through the hunt. Doesn't make for an enjoyable experience when the thought of running out of gas is on your mind. - I had to wake up the guides 2 mornings out of the 6 we hunted!!!!!! - On the return trip back 2 of the hunters were flying out from Prince George the next morning. This required a hotel reservation which the outfitter didn't bother to book and we barely managed to find a reservation. Mark talks a good talk but for the $9,000 price tag each, it was shit. One expects better accommodations, food, and guides knowledgable of the area. With one of the guides we spend 95% of the time driving gravel roads! I cannot recommend BC Guide Outfitters to anyone.


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