Ruby Range Fishing Lodge

Put your fishing gear and camera to the test at Ruby Range Wilderness & Fishing Lodge.

Ridge Lake Trapline

Cross to the wild side and come live a Yukon winter experience at Ridge Lake, our remote fly-in trapline.

White Tail DeerWhite Tail Deer Hunting with Dunedin River Outfitters

Deer is the most prolific big game animal in Canada including British Columbia and is not considered a species at risk.
About 20,000 to 25,000 deer live in the northern areas of B.C. White Tail deer travel alone or in small groups and often shares its range with other ungulates.

White Tail Deer can adapt to varied climates and inhabit all types of ecological zones, from alpine to valley bottoms. The animal is completely at home in remote valleys and wilderness areas of Northern British Columbia.

We offer White Tail Deer as a combination hunt with either

Depending on the zone and the hunt dates, we harvest bucks with a minimum of 3 or 4 points on at least 1 antler.
Our hunts have a very high success rate. The hunting methods in use are: antler rubbing, spotting and stalking.

Combo Hunt - Harvest Fees on 2nd Animal (Year - 2010)

Whitetail Deer: ................. can. $ 1,800


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White Tail Hunting Region in Northern British ColumbiaWhite Tail Deer

White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the Virginia deer, or just as white-tail deer is a medium-size native to the United States (although all five states), Canada, Mexico, Central America, South America and southern Peru. Has also been introduced in New Zealand and some European countries such as Finland and the Czech Republic.

The most common species east of the Rocky Mountains, and absent in much of the western United States, including Nevada, Utah, California, Hawaii and Alaska.

The conversion of land adjacent to the northern Rocky Mountains in the partial use of agriculture and the felling of conifers (resulting in widespread deciduous vegetation) is beneficial for white-tailed deer and its pushed distribution in the north to Prince George, British Columbia. Deer populations in the Great Lakes have also expanded their range to the north, due to conversion to agricultural land use is in favor of a deciduous vegetation, and the local population of caribou moose. The western population of the species known as the Columbian white-tailed deer once was widespread in the mixed forests along the Willamette River and Cowlitz valleys of western Oregon and Washington, the Southwest, but now days the number has greatly decreased, and are classified as threatened in nearby. White-tailed Deer is most appropriate for your environment. Fossil records indicate that the basic structure is not changed in four million years.

White-tail deer can adapt to a wide variety of habitats. The largest deer occur in the temperate regions of Canada and the United States. White-tail Deer in the northern (boreal), white-tailed deer Dakota (dacotensis) and the Northwest white-tailed deer (ochrourus) are some of the larger animals with big horns. The smallest deer occur in the Florida Keys.

Although most often thought of as forest animals depending on relatively small openings and edges, white-tailed deer can also be adapted to life in more open grasslands, savanna woodlands, and wise, as communities in the southwestern U.S., northern Mexico , this linen suitable deer have relatively large antlers in proportion to their bodies and large tails. There is also a remarkable difference in size between males and females of the plain. White-tailed Deer in Texas (texanus) in oak savannas and grasslands of Texas and parts of Mexico, the largest deer adapted savannah in the southwest, with impressive horns that could compete with the deer in Canada and northern United States. There are also populations of Arizona (couesi) and Sierra del Carmen (carminis) white-tailed deer mountain oak and pine mixed communities that they are surrounded by the deserts of the lowlands live. The mountains of Arizona and Carmen deer are smaller, but also its impressive horns, taking into account their size. White-tailed Deer in the region of the Llanos of Colombia and Venezuela (and apurensis gymnotis) have dimensions comparable boom white-tailed deer in Arizona.