He writes, "This new area lies north and northwest of Chetwynd and is a part of the outfitting area held formerly by Horst Mindermann. I hunted with Mindermann over 15 years ago for mule deer and whitetail and reported in this column on his area's potential for huge deer. Drinkall says the new area adds another 1,100 square miles - so, now their area covers nearly 5,000 square miles roughly from the Peace River, south to Chetwynd and east to the Alberta border. That's larger than some US states!
"Primarily a whitetail outfit, Tracks BC also hunts bear, elk, moose and goat, and they only take a handful of hunters each year. Last season they hosted less than three dozen whitetail hunters. Drinkall expects to find big bucks in his new area because it hasn't been commercially hunted recently. More importantly, it has never been hunted using the methods perfected by Tracks BC for killing those huge bucks. Although last season was not as good as recent years - due to mild weather, high winds and a full moon during the critical hunts - they still killed several large bucks. One grossed well over 200 points, and a friend of mine killed a buck scoring over 195 points. Trenholm says one hunter missed on a buck that would have scored much higher. In fact, that hunter passed on several other bucks that would have "booked" because he was holding out for this huge buck. Many........(continued)