Crows Bar and Lower Ranch

Crows Bar and Lower Ranch are our two most remote shooting arenas. They are best described as wild, untamed, and majestic country.

Crows Bar is our most remote area and can best be described as wild, untamed and majestic country.

The area is steeped in local aboriginal and early settler/prospector history and you can even find First Nations pictographs on the rock walls. You will also see tall spires of rock called hoodoos, which are formed over thousands of years and stand tall over the huge valley floor carved out by the Fraser River.

Wild Chukar Hunting

Crows Bar and Lower Ranch host wild populations of chukar (aka devil birds), which can be hunted in October and November within the BC provincial Hunting and Trapping regulations. The wild chukar hunting is exhilarating and physically demanding. The chukars are explosively fast downhill flyers, to only race back up hill in some cases gaining a 500-1000 feet of altitude in very short order.

Crows Bar and Lower Ranch host wild populations of chukar (aka devil birds), which can be hunted in October and November within the BC provincial Hunting and Trapping regulations. The wild chukar hunting is exhilarating and physically demanding. The chukars are explosively fast downhill flyers, to only race back up hill in some cases gaining a 500-1000 feet of altitude in very short order.

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Lower Ranch

Lower Ranch is a challenging area and is recommended for the dedicated shooter and dog. Hunting the wild chukar in Lower Ranch means you will be chasing the birds up and down the valley sides, benches and hayfields surrounding the Fraser river. The prickly pear cactus adds to the geographical challenges.

For shooting excursions in both Crows Bar and Lower Ranch we highly recommend protective boots for your dogs that fit well and won’t be lost easily.

High Country Sporting Birds is exploring releasing pheasants in Crows Bar and Lower Ranch but is not currently offering it at this time.

Lower Ranch is a challenging area and is recommended for the dedicated shooter and dog. Hunting the wild chukar in Lower Ranch means you will be chasing the birds up and down the valley sides, benches and hayfields surrounding the Fraser river. The prickly pear cactus adds to the geographical challenges.

For shooting excursions in both Crows Bar and Lower Ranch we highly recommend protective boots for your dogs that fit well and won’t be lost easily.

High Country Sporting Birds is exploring releasing pheasants in Crows Bar and Lower Ranch but is not currently offering it at this time.

Packages and rates for shooting at the Lower Ranch and the Crows Bar.

Contact us directly to customize a package for the Lower Ranch and the Crows Bar.

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