2025 Ultimate B.C. Mountain Hunter Auction

We are thrilled to announce the 2025 date for  GOABC’s Ultimate B.C. Mountain Hunter Auction, taking place in person on March 29, 2025. This auction is the only place where you will find this variety of B.C. species available for auction.

The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) is a nonprofit society that was established in 1966 to represent the guide outfitting industry to government, and advocate for science-based wildlife management.

Our vision is for a province with a strong and stable guide outfitting industry and abundant big game populations for all to enjoy, both today and in the future.  As passionate advocates for wildlife, the GOABC is the recognized voice of the guide outfitting family.  With integrity and professionalism, the GOABC promotes conservation, stewardship, and sustainable use of wildlife.

We encourage you to bid with confidence knowing that your support is providing the funds necessary to further our organization’s mission.

 

AUCTION RULES

To help you enjoy this auction and ensure you are successful in bidding on your chosen items, we would like to make the following suggestions:

  • Read the description of each lot carefully from this catalogue prior to the auction.
  • Reach out to the donor to ask questions regarding their donation ahead of time.
  • Note that some items may have minimum bids or other conditions that will be included in the items description.

 

The values placed on all auction items have been provided by the donors.  The GOABC has no responsibility or control over these values.  The GOABC does not act as an agent for, or represent, either the buyer or seller, but merely provides an environment for binding together the buyer and seller for sales transactions.

All hunts/trips are non-transferrable unless negotiated between the buyer and the donor.

The GOABC reserves the right to alter, delete or modify any of the items described in this catalogue or listed on www.goabc.org.  Trips must be taken within the dates specified.  Buyers relieve the GOABC of any liability relating to changes made by donor.  The GOABC reserves the right of refusal of the bid on any item that does not meet 50-70% of market value.  Unless otherwise specified, transportation before and after the hunt, licences, tags, royalties, and Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF) are at the expense of the successful bidder.

All goods and services are sold “as is” with all faults and defects, and without any expressed or implied warranty on the part of the GOABC.

All auction bids will be in Canadian funds unless otherwise noted prior to the auction.  In the case of a disputed bid, the bid may be reopened at the discretion of the auctioneer, whose decision is final.

Shipping of any item is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. 

Any disputes regarding auction items purchased during the the GOABC fundraiser shall be submitted to the GOABC office in writing and shall detail the basis for the dispute. The GOABC Board of Directors may, in its discretion, approve an auction credit, deny relief, or in extraordinary circumstances, approve a refund.  

The GOABC is a not-for-profit society and not a charity according to the Canada Revenue Agency; therefore, the GOABC is unable to issue official donation receipts to claim charitable tax credits or deductions.

Thank you for supporting the work of the GOABC.  Happy bidding and good luck!

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