Mountain Caribou Hunting

May 16, 2017
Free Hunting Gear

Refer a Friend and Enter to Win Free Hunting Gear

At North River Outfitting we are very appreciative of the clients and friends in our hunting community. We often say that hunting with us means becoming a part of our hunting family. And we mean that. We are fortunate that […]
April 27, 2017
2018 Hunts -- Book Now

Planning For Your 2018 Hunt Begins Now

As we prepare for another great season of remote hunting adventures in British Columbia, we look forward to seeing old friends and new faces alike. Our 2017 hunts are totally booked, but we still have openings left in 2018. Whether […]
January 17, 2017
B.C. Combo Hunt Schedule and Options

B.C. Combo Hunt Schedule and Options

British Columbia is home to some incredibly remote and wild country that’s perfectly suited to a combo hunt experience. It’s not uncommon for our hunters to have tags for more than three different species in their pocket. While hunting mountain […]
October 25, 2016
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We Hunt Where Nobody Else Can

When speaking to hunters about the experience we offer here at North River Outfitting, there are a number of things that we believe set our hunts apart from the rest. If you’ve followed us for long, you’ve heard us talk […]
April 1, 2016
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Dressing for a Mountain Hunt

By Zach Lazzari   Dress codes change drastically between hunting styles. The gear you wear in a tree stand or duck blind is much different than that of a mountain goat hunt. Here are a few factors that should influence […]
March 20, 2016

3 Reasons We Love Hunting in British Columbia

If you know us or have followed us for long, you know how much we love hunting in British Columbia. It’s not that we’re biased. Well, maybe a little. But it’s a lot more than that. After outfitting in Alberta […]
November 20, 2015
2015 B.C. Hunting Update

2015 B.C. Hunting Update

It has been another busy year but we wanted to take a moment to provide a B.C. hunting update from our 2015 season. It was another great season of hunting in remote British Columbia and once again we are thankful […]