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Mule Deer Hunting Outfitters in Alberta Canada

Mule deer are found throughout Alberta. Several bucks harvested in Alberta are in excess of 240 Boone and Crockett points and the world record for non-typical buck was taken in Alberta and scores an impressive 355 2/8 B&C points and in 75 years has yet to be beat. The provincial record for typical mule deer scores 206 B&C points. Mule deer bowhunting seasons in the boreal forest and foothills zones begin in late August and runs through late October; in the mountain zone the archery mule deer hunting season begins in late August and ends in late September; In the Parkland and Prairie zones archery for mule deer hunting begins in late September and runs through November. Rifle mule deer hunting begins in mid September and runs until the end of November in the Boreal, Foothills and Mountain zones and in the Parkland and Prairie zones, mule deer hunting rifle season runs through November . The rut takes place in early to mid-November and typically continues until the end of the season. Many outfitters will combine whitetail deer and mule deer hunting trips. Mule deer hunting is popular during the rut because bucks are exposed in the open more during the day because of the constant running after does. The best strategy for mule deer hunting is glassing with binoculars and then stalking to shooting range.
Mule deer are found throughout Alberta. Several bucks harvested in Alberta are in excess of 240 Boone and Crockett points and the world record for non-typical buck was taken in Alberta and scores an impressive 355 2/8 B&C points and in 75 year...
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