For hunters pursuing upland game during their stay, both sharp tail grouse and Hungarians are available. Vacant farm sites along with countless hedgerows provide the cover needed for birds to survive during the winter months. Strong bird numbers create great wing shooting opportunities for wild birds along with plenty of ground to hunt.
The Flight 51 team has hunting in their DNA. Multiple team members have pursued big game and waterfowl across North America for over 30 years. The have shared camps with all kinds of hunters and have built the operation using the “best of the best” from those experiences.
The Flight 51 area of the southern Canadian prairie has the best waterfowl, big game and upland hunting, North America offers, providing you with the opportunity to hunt wild birds, giant deer and antelope in a remote setting. This rural outdoor experience is combined with the finest luxury lodging in our industry.
The mule deer bucks that roam the southern Alberta prairie are legendary. Whether pursuing bachelor herds of bucks with a bow in the early season or during the rut with a rifle, it is a hunt to remember. We pursue only mature mule deer and target bucks in the 180”-200” class.
The topography and deer numbers allow us to look over multiple bucks and cover lots of ground searching for something special. The fun is in not knowing what will show up next as our experienced guides take you to the places bucks most like to go. All hunts are one on one.
Our antelope tags cover five units in southern Alberta. The trophy potential in our area, producing many B & C buck harvest. Our team scouts this vast area to maximize your opportunities. For sportsmen and women who want to combo hunt waterfowl and upland with antelope, the rifle hunt season is the last week of September.
The Whitetail Deer population in southern Alberta is strong. We allow every rifle mule deer hunter the ability to possess a whitetail tag as an additional opportunity to harvest a deer. We target mature whitetail bucks only, in the 140” and up class. The brushy draws and river bottom country hold good numbers of whitetail and there are some giant bucks taken every season.