In preparation for the fast approaching, fall
hunting season, I have compiled some information to help you with your
plans. No forms needed for Archery. Please remember that passports are
absolutely necessary. You will not be allowed across the border without
These are provided by us to you in the form of
a wildlife export permit at the end of your hunt for all the animals
you might have collected.
Hunters will be with guides at all times. Our
guides are very experienced at scoring "in the field" and will try
to get you to the top of your chosen category, however, if the
trophy score is over the chosen category, the cost difference will
be split between you and Echo Lake Hunts.
Our primary goal is to get your expensive,
irreplaceable skins and horns to you in excellent condition. All
capes will be skinned off, cooled, and then frozen.
If you are driving up and are planning to haul
back your trophies, bring along extra coolers for your frozen capes
to keep them frozen. With proper export papers from us you will not
encounter any problems at the border going home.
Excessive drinking will not be allowed for
reasons including safety.
Expect moderate Fall weather and bring medium
warmth gear. We normally do not encounter extreme winter weather in
September. We are never far from a shelter and will not be staying
out for any great length of time. We are not bothered by bugs. A
huntable rain suit might be handy in case we are caught in a shower.
Elk is the primary objective on most hunts. We
want each client to collect the Trophy Bull Elk of their choice and
dreams. After the clients have their Elk they may desire to hunt for
What You Can and
Cannot Bring Into Canada
Most things you bring
with you will be considered "personal baggage" by Canadian Customs
officers. These items include reasonable quantities of food,
fishing tackle, cars, boats and motors, fuel, sports equipment, TV
sets, musical instruments, computers and cameras.