Nisga’a Guide Outfitting LP
Nisga’a Guide Outfitting Limited Partnership (NGO) is one of seven divisions of Nisga’a Pacific Ventures Master Limited Partnership. NPV is the economic arm of Nisga’a Lisims Government – the governing body of the Nisga’a Nation (www.nisgaanation.ca). NGO provides an economic activity conducted in a successful manner.
Our purpose is to lead the Nisga’a Nation’s economic development by establishing profitable and sustainable businesses and maintaining a triple bottom line focused on social, environmental, and economic factors.
The area where Nisga’a operates is noted throughout the hunting community, and it isn’t hard to realize why! It was previously owned and operated by Bob Milligan for 27 years and is, by far, the largest guide territory in the province. This is good news for clients, who recognize that the largest territory also delivers opportunities to harvest the largest quality and quantity of game. Clients worldwide regularly contact Bob asking for assistance in harvesting some of the world’s biggest mountain goats, black bears and grizzly bears—and he delivers.
The Nisga'a's, hunting area is located 500 miles northwest of Vancouver. Commercial flights from Vancouver with Air Canada and West Jet will get you here. Hunters should fly to Terrace & Prince Rupert. The date and time of your arrival in Terrace or Prince Rupert will depend on your specified hunt. We will notify you in advance which location to fly to.
You will now need a passport to come to Canada. Air Canada charges a $65.00 fee to handle firearms.
Guide Outfitting in BC
British Columbia, without a doubt, contains some of the world’s most hostile and unforgiving terrain. From swift-flowing rivers to steep, snow-capped mountains, it is not to be taken lightly. Despite its extreme and remote landscape, the province is also home to an array of majestic yet often deadly wildlife: moose, mountain goats, grey wolves, black bears and the infamous coastal grizzly bear. Only the strongest and most highly skilled frontiersmen have what it takes to make a living in the challenging and often dangerous backcountry. These people are known as guide outfitters and belong to an organization known as the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC). Well-known within its ranks is premier guide outfitter Bob Milligan who lives, hunts and fishes in the areas specifically known for the highest black- and grizzly-bear population densities. Clients who put their lives in his hands recognize that he is the heart and soul of guiding in British Columbia’s remote wilderness.