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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Alberta: canada

Hunting and fishing trips in Alberta: Canada: known for worldwide trophy bull moose hunting and record trout fly-fishing on mountain rivers

There's hardly much of debate on whether or not to consider Canada on your trip. It stands as one of the world’s top destinations for fishing and angling, an experience unlike any other where remote wilderness has new meaning and danger, yet increasingly desired and admired. Alberta consistently represents a rich environment for wildlife to prosper, this is evident in its continuous features in record books including that of moose. Under the forest green, the deep roar of the imperial moose is unforgettable. Alberta offers incredible bag limits for bull moose which constantly place among the top 10 on the Boone and Crockett records. Alberta also has the luxury of supporting varied hunting opportunities including winter coyote, black bear or bighorn sheep along the foot of Rock Mountains. It is no surprise that with such unspoiled land comes equally clear waterways. Whether it’s a day trip down to the shore or a weekend getaway in a log cabin up the mountains, there’s rivers, streams and lakes in the thousands. Canadian trout, walleye and grayling will all nip at the lure. Birch Creek is fantastic for fly-fishing and spinning, yet Waterton Lakes National Park has almost absurdly sized trout at over 51 pounds. These heavy players aren’t limited to trout, pike at Badger Reservoir are a weighing in at 30 pounds in a competition of its own.

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