Moose Wheelchair Hunter

by Greg
(British Columbia)

Any tips and advise for a wheel chair user that has a Limited Entry Hunting Authorization for British Columbia management unit 7-16 for bull moose.
Thank you Greg

Greg is wheelchair bound but is determined not to let this slow him down. If any BC hunters can offer some help it would be most appreciated.
It is unfortunate that I do not have any knowledge of this area, but I know some of you do.
He is going hunting with a senior so the hunting will need to be fairly easy going. I believe there are some relatively level areas there.
Please help Greg out.


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Moose Hunting Advice for Wheelchair Hunter
by: Stan

My best advice for the fellow that want's to hunt moose in 7-16 is to drive the forestry roads and remember that a moose is never far from water.There are some good campgrounds in the Tacheeda lake area. Other than that I am not sure what other help I can give. Persistence is the key.

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