WOODLAND CARIBOU HUNTING
Woodland caribou hunting can be done almost nowhere outside of Newfoundland, but here, they can be found in the tens of thousands, and the trophy quality is excellent. This outfitter’s clients have bagged numerous award-winning caribou, including four bulls that were awarded positions in B&C and SCI’s top three for the year. This is the hunt of choice for anyone who wants to bring down a bull that’s not only trophy-worthy but record-worthy as well.
A ONE-OF-A-KIND OPPORTUNITY
This species actually has the widest distribution of any Canadian mammal, but they’re few and far between. Most other populations are too small for significant hunting to be sustainable. As a result, Newfoundland is the only location in the entire world where non-residents are allowed to go woodland caribou hunting. Fortunately, this is also the best place in the world to hunt them! Between the high population, trophy quality, and skill of the outfitters, you’re practically guaranteed to bag a stunning bull.
HUNTING WOODLAND CARIBOU IN NEWFOUNDLAND
You’ll be hunting from one or more various remote destinations to get as close to the herd as possible. Options include Steele Lake, where you’ll have boats with outboard motors and an Argo with which to hunt the waterways; Sam’s Pond, where you’ll hunt the herd of caribou with the largest average antler length of any in Newfoundland, the Middle Ridge Herd; and several tent camps scattered across the wilderness.
The outfitter’s aircraft allows them to fly you out to their remote destinations and to spot the exact locations of caribou herds. You can count on them to put you right on top of your quarry.
You’ll be staying in the field for two or three nights. No more than four hunters are taken on this hunt each week, so you can count on minimal competition and maximum opportunity. You can also choose between hunting with your guide alone or with one other hunter.
WOODLAND CARIBOU HUNTING OUTFITTERS
Most of the land you’ll be hunting consists of rolling hills covered in white caribou moss and junipers. There’s no better caribou breeding ground in Newfoundland. While some distance walking may be required in certain areas, this generally is not an exceptionally demanding hunt.
The main lodge is extremely comfortable, with hot showers, electricity, refrigeration, and telephone access. Even in the tented camps you’ll have a generator for electricity.
Call today or fill out the form below and let us know what type of woodland caribou hunting experience you are looking for. We’ll send you information on opportunities that match your goals. Our experienced outfitters are second to none and we’re happy to share personal experiences with you.
Hunts are seven or twelve days. Please allow 1 day on the front end for travel.
Spot and Stalk.
Seven (7) day 1×1 hunt for $14,000.
Twelve (12) day Rut hunt 1×1 hunt for $15,800.00.
Twelve (12) day Woodland Caribou/Trophy Moose and Black bear Combo $17,500
Add a week for $3300
September to November.
Trophy Woodland caribou hunting is from various tent camp locations. All tents are outfitter wall tents, equipped with wooden floors and wood-burning stoves, propane stoves & kerosene heaters as well as generator electricity.
Professional guide service, license, meals, transportation to from airport and hotel, transportation during hunt by floatplane and trophy preparation.
Hotel in while in Saint John’s, Newfoundland and tips.
Included in price.
Fly to Saint John’s, Newfoundland. Overnight there and take the morning flight to camp. You will be met by the outfitter in Saint John’s.
For detailed information or to arrange this hunt please contact Adrian Skok at 888-850-HUNT, Ext. 706.