K. J. Guides and Outfitters - since 1978
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Unparalleled Moose, Bear and Deer Hunting in the Wilderness of Northern Alberta

Since 1978 K. J. Guides & Outfitters has been giving hunters their own story-book hunts for black bear, moose, wolf, whitetail and mule deer.

Our fly-in hunting camps are located in the Birch Mountains and Caribou Mountains in some of the most remote and beautiful wilderness areas of Alberta, Canada.

Your host is Karl Johansson. Karl came to Canada from Sweden in 1970 and hunted all over Canada before deciding to give the discriminating hunter in search of that special trophy a taste of the true Alberta wilderness. This region is noted for its spectacular 'northern lights'.

The community of High Level (pop., 3,641), is the closest town. Our remote  hunting area covers approximately 20,000 square miles.

Hunters arrive at the High Level Airport and then are transported by Beaver, Cessna 185 float planes or helicopter into camp.

Recommended Equipment:

We recommend 270, 30.06, 7MM, or 300 Magnum with scope and 40 rounds of ammunition. Archers should have a draw weight of 60 pounds or better with heavy arrows and large heavy duty broadheads.

Because the weather can change in a blink of an eye, you need to be prepared for any kind of weather.

Below is a list of the gear, we recommend you bring to ensure your hunt is comfortable and productive. Waterproof clothing such as Gortex® or other similar clothing (Saddle Cloth®, Dry Plus®) are great in the field.

  • Good 2 Piece Rain Suit
  • Long Underwear
  • Underwear & T-shirts
  • Hip or Chest Waders
  • Heavy Gloves
  • Billed Cap
  • Waterproof Hiking Boots
  • Bug Repellent
  • Knife, Compass, Flashlight
  • Sleeping Bag
  • 2 complete changes of cloths
  • Heavy Parka with Hood
  • Wool Pants & Shirts
  • Wool Socks
  • Personal Toiletries, Medications
  • Light Weight Gloves
  • Warm Head Gear
  • Camera and Film
  • Binoculars
  • Daypack and Water Bottle
  • Fishing Rod
  • Compass
  • Extra Socks, Bandanna
  • Light Jacket

Since we use bush planes to get in and out of the hunting areas, we ask you to limit your weight of personal gear to no more than 70 pounds.