Yukon Big Game Outfitters concession is known for its giant area which we operate in. Our area is home to many of the big game animals found in the Yukon. We are licensed by the Yukon Government. We hold the exclusive rights to guide clients in a commercial operation for outfitting area #20; the largest outfitting concession in the Yukon & the largest in all of Canada. It is located in south-central Yukon, northeast of Whitehorse and covers approximately 14 million acres or 21,600 square miles of prime wilderness hunting ground. We have been operating in this area since 2012 and we have yet to see all of the area. The camps we hunt are remote and accessible only by bush plane or horseback. Millions of acres have never been touched, leaving the landscape, game, and genetics much the way they were 50 years ago. Our area overlaps the Traditional Territories of Kaska & Teslin Tlingit First Nations, their people have been here for thousands of years. The majority of the  meat is donated into the remote communities, given to the schools, elders, and family’s that have relied on the moose and caribou diet. We encourage sharing and supporting this custom.


*Donated to Kaska & Teslin Tlingit First Nations


*Donated to Kaska & Teslin Tlingit First Nations

The terrains vary from scenic rugged mountains, giant vast plateaus, willow covered valleys and literally hundreds of miles of rivers with countless lakes and ponds; including the mountain ranges of the Cassiar Mnts, Pelly Mnts, and the Campbell Mnt Range with the highest peak being 7700 feet. Most of our adventures take place between 3000 and 5500 feet. YBGO’s area may be one of the last great areas that is has not yet been fully explored by the traveling hunter. We manage the area and your adventure, spreading out the harvest and keeping the quality and genetics as we found it. The success our clients enjoy is outstanding and can be found in our hunt highlights report by request.

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*  All hunting tags for all species

*  NRHPF Fee

*  All equipment necessary for your hunt – just bring your personal gear!

*  Tags for hunted species

*  GST Tax

*  Charter and transportation on scheduled hunt dates

*  Fully guided 1X1 hunt


Included in Primary Hunt, but not additional Animals

*  Grizzly Bear Male – $500.00

*  Grizzly Bear Female – $750.00

*  Black Bear -$75.00

*  Caribou – $150.00

*  Moose – $150.00

*  Sheep – $250.00

*  Wolf – $75.00

* Plus 5% GST 


*  Hunting Licence – purchase online

*  Early departure with charter – $ 2,500.00

*  Non-Hunter Companion rate – $ 450.00 per day

*  Non-Hunter Transportation Charter – $2,000.00

*  Shipping of Trophy home

*  Tip to guide and or wrangler – 7%-15%

*  Re-location at hunters request – $2,500.00


  • Rifle with scope know your ballistics up to 500 yard most shots are under 250 but farther shots are reality
  • Shells – 2 boxes
  • Binoculars 10×42 good quality (with range finder if possible)
  • Water bottle (water bag for sheep hunts 4 liters min)
  • 2 Headlamps
  • 1 Leatherman, 1 knife for field dressing, and a diamond sharpener
  • Internal frame pack for back packing (5000 to 8000 cubic inches) Stone Glacier or Mystery Ranch packs
  • Small day pack for all hunts aprox 3000 cubic inches. Recommend Stone Glacier or Mystery ranch
  • Walking sticks
  • Camp shoes or crocks
  • Hiking boots leather Gortex 7 to 8-inch top, Meindl or Hanwag, trapper series recommended
  • Muck boots for boat hunts (recommend Arctic pro Muck or Schnees build a great late season felt pack)
  • Wool socks use with thin pair to prevent blisters 4 pair
  • Gaiters a must for leather lace up boots
  • Warm sleeping bag light weight 3 to 5 pounds max temp for – 15 Celsius or -5 Fahrenheit
  • Sleeping pad lightweight inflatable
  • Good lightweight Rain Gear full length zippers on legs
  • Long Johns 1 pair
  • Warm coat all hunts
  • Sept moose hunts warm pants fleece or wool or a compatible replacement for Sept for unexpected cold
  • Warm toque (for Sept hunts)
  • Gloves 2 pair 1 leather 1 warmer pair for Sept hunts
  • 2 Pants
  • 2 Long sleeve shirts
  • 2 T-shirts
  • Socks/ underwear 6 of each
  • All street cloths & luggage, hardcases will be left at your hotel locked up. Hotels offer it complementary.
  • Toiletry kit -towel face cloth soap nail clippers tweezers Advil Tylenol or T 3s for sprains & headaches
  • Lip Balm, baby wipe, musk insect repellent, personnel size
  • Moleskins, sunglasses, book, camera, charger, small back up power pack for phone
  • Bank drafts, Checks and cash or tips and additional harvest
  • Temps on hunt will very in august 60Fto 30F and mid-September 30F to 0
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**Hunting gear max 60 pounds. All gear will be weighed at point of boarding aircraft. In the event you're over by 15 pounds please notify us in writing well before your hunt!

**Alcohol is at the hunter’s responsibility and discretion. We are ok with a night cap or evening sip, but we do not supply nor do we have soda pop in camp.

**Communication: Our guides have inreaches/sat phones for check-ins and emergencies. If you wish to talk to the outside world, please bring your own inreach or ask us about renting a sat phone.

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YBGO has a no refund policy on cancelled hunts, hunt deposits are transferable to replacement hunters that are approved by outfitters, less 10% administration charge. Terms: 30% down to book a hunt further than 18 months, 50% due no later the 1 year out from hunt date, and final payment due by April 1st of hunt year. Hotels and flights should be booked by January of the hunt year, no later than February (see outfitter for recommended hotel and flight times). Travel Time 250-774-6144 for commerical flights to Whitehorse (ask for Wenda). All hunt cost in USD currency. The oufitter must be aware of the life size Moose and Caribou capes at the time of booking, extra fee will be added for these services.

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