WE FIND OURSELVES in the connected age where the pace of progress is increasing exponentially. Social polarization is rife and, because of it, the hunting environment is changing rapidly. As hunters, we must pay attention, make smart decisions and evolve to adapt and survive. Download the article
Tough decisions need to be made in wildlife management. These decisions must be science-based, rooted in habitat capability and populations objectives. The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia supports wildlife management that is based upon science and is informed by local and traditional knowledge. Tough decisions need to be made in wildlife management. These decisions […]
Pandemics, The Grizzly Bear Hunt and managing for change in BC’s Guiding Industry. A Conversation with Scott Ellis – Executive Director of Guide Outfitters of BC. We discuss Scott Ellis’s history with GOABC and the reasons for its inception in 1966. The history of Guiding in BC as the provinces oldest tourism based business starting […]
Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) is pleased to be releasing a comprehensive moose management plan that puts moose first.
On June 23, 2015 the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) hosted their first summit with First Nations on guide outfitting and the economic opportunities within the guide outfitting industry.