2004 produced one of our best Whitetail hunts. 37 hunters harvested
We had 4 hunters who were unsuccessful, of the 4, two did not
see large enough bucks and the other two unfortunately missed
150+ Bucks was as good as I have ever seen. Four consecutive
mild winters have stacked up a rather impressive age class of "Top
Jeff Hayduk & Guide Kevin Congdon
with Jeff's 164 Whitetail
Our Boone and Crockett average on Whitetails was 154 gross and
176 on Mule Deer.
Shawn Hartman harvested a tremendous Buck scoring 182 gross
176 net. Shawn spent 6 consecutive 10 hour days on the stand
before harvesting this 340 lb live weight monster. Shawn also
took a 174" Mule Deer with guide Jason Parker.
First time hunter, Bill Raymond took a 180 point gem of a Buck
with Bob Hyde.
Bill & Travis with Bill's 180
point B&C Whitetail
Tony Ercalono on his second with us took a 188 Mule Deer and
a 158 5x5 Whitetail.
Jeff Hayduk harvested a tremendous pair of Bucks a 165 Whitetail
and a 182 Mule Deer. Both Bucks were taken from well placed stands.
Bill Clous & James Shustock with
a pair of 1st day Peace Country Whitetails
The diversity of our hunt is the reason our statistics stay
consistent. We moved more stands into the brush and creeks in
2003 and plan to add to our bush totals for the 2004 hunt.
Combination hunters did very well. 12 hunters were successful
in taking both a Whitetail and a Mule Deer. There are very few
places in North America where that is that possible.
Tony Ercolano with 5X5 158 Whitetail |
Guy Bruneau with 4X4 162 Whitetail