Let Canada-Hunts guide you to one of Northwest Territories's hunting guides or outfitters and plan your next incredible hunting adventure on one of Northwest Territories' unique and incredible hunts.

The first things you may need are the regulations and links

icon download British Columbia LinkLink to the Guide Association of the Northwest Territories. 

icon download British Columbia LinkBritish Columbia has an excellent searchable directory where you can input the province/ territory along with the targeted game species in order to find an outfitter. Including Northwest Territories.

icon download Hunting RegulationHunting Regulations for Northwest Territories

icon download Hunting GuideHunting zone maps for Northwest Territories

icon downloadTourism Site for Northwest Territories


Northwest Territories
The Northwest Territories is the 3rd largest Province/Territory in Canada covering a geographic area of 1,346,106 square kilometres. Yellowknife is the territorial capital and according to Statistics Canada (2015), and has an estimated population of 43,234 people to give it a population density of  0.038 people per sq km. 

The Northwest Territories is advertises itself as the sport-hunter's Shangri La and it's network of guides and outfitters carries out their busines in eight outfitter concessions (circled in red of the map above).
 
Imagine being the only person hunting in thousands of square miles. Incredible.
Each outfitter has been given a specific area to manage and all non residents must book through these outfitters to hunt big game (but not small game).
 
NWT Territories Outfitter Areas
A further breakdown of those wildlife managements units (D, G and S) that are located in the Mackenzie Mountains and are represented by the wildlife management unit letter, followed by the two-letter code OT and a two-digit number.
A range of hunting experiences are available, what is your interest Dall's sheep, Caribou, Moose, Polar Bear, Muskoxen, Bison, Grizzly Bear, Black Bears, Wolf, or wolverine.  
 
When you are successful in your hunt and chances are good. Note that some hunting trophies have harvest fees in addition to the hunting tag that is purchased.
 

Environment and Natural Resources regional offices

Fort Simpson

  • Phone: 867-695-7450

Inuvik

  • 867-678-6650

Norman Wells

  • 867-587-3506

Yellowknife

  • 867-873-7184
 
 
Photo Credit for Background Image
  1. Susan Drury - Flickr
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