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Caribou hunting still remains as one of the most sought after hunts in all of North America. Whether its a “bucket list” hunt, or a species that’s needed to complete a personal quest or slam, these hunts are as popular now as ever. For many, this will be your first time experiencing the Arctic Tundra while hunting for an animal you’ve likely never seen. Setting out each day on the Arctic landscape in search of that trophy bull is something to behold. This is a hunters experience of a lifetime. At this time of year, the tundra has come to life with its wildly vivid colors and very distinct personality, and is surrounded by pristine waterways and rivers. Our Inuit guides know this country well and will take their hunters by boat from one area to the next in search of trophy bulls. At different times of the day, your guide might beach the boat and take a short hike onto higher ground to glass miles of tundra for caribou. Our guides are very personable, eager to help, and enjoy sharing their very proud Inuit heritage with their hunting guests. A further layer of service lies with the professional onsite camp manager and cook.


  • Species: Caribou
  • Average Classification: 320 - 350
  • Shot Opportunity: 95
  • Weapons: Rifle, Archery
  • Hunt Catalog #: RB21109-04
  • Tag Availability: Landowner Voucher
Classification details:

Boone and Crocket Caribou taken every year.

Weapons description:

Outfitter recommends a .7mm-308 caliber rifle for hunt. Rifle hunters should be proficient up to 500 yards. Archery hunters should be proficient to 50-60 yards.



Option to add wolf for a trophy fee.

  • Wolf $1,000.00
  • Non-Hunter

    Option for a non-hunter observer at $100 per day for 5 days for meals and lodging. Non-hunter is responsible for flight.

    • Non-Hunter $500.00
    • Wolverine

      Option to harvest wolverine on trophy fee. License is an additional cost of $170.

      • Wolverine $3,995.00

      • Available Dates

        September 01, 2023 - September 30, 2024


        • Member Price: $15,495.00
        • Non-Member Price: $16,000.00

        Group Options

        Option to add wolverine. Option to add wolf. option to add non-hunter.


        Nunavut, Manitoba, Canada

        Refund Policy:

        Deposits are not refundable. When you make a deposit or payment that money is used to reserve your adventure dates and we cannot sell them to anyone else. If for some reason you have to cancel, you will lose your deposit and any payments you have made. If you are concerned that you might get sick or otherwise have to cancel, we suggest buying trip insurance. There are insurance companies that specialize in providing insurance policies for outfitter bookings and hunts. One such company we recommend is globalrescue.com. It is also our policy, depending on the adventure you booked and at our discretion, that if you have to cancel and we are able to book a replacement for you at the regular price we will work with you to apply your deposits to another adventure. Please note that we cannot refund or roll state or government license fees, application fees, draw results, or tags.


        Amazing opportunity to take a trophy Caribou on a 5 day hunt in the heart of Nunavut. This is a 1:1 guided hunt out of a great outfitter. This area is virtually un-hunted. Even with the close proximity to the community, these animals are not generally targeted by local hunters. This has led our hunters to enjoy a 100% success for the past 7 years. On average, well over 80% of the animals taken by hunters will meet or exceed the Boone & Crockett minimum score. This hunt is based out of a comfortable lodge and you will access the Caribou area by boat, ATV or by hiking. We hunt where the animals are, moving constantly until all our hunters are successful in the quest to harvest these amazing creatures. Although the hunt starts in Baker Lake, we will travel if necessary up to 80-100 miles on the water in search of the game you seek. Travel is done by big, sturdy boats that also have the ability to overnight on or use them as a base of operations with full cooking facilities including having a nice warm shower. We will have smaller boats along to access the shore and also quads available to pursue game further inland or assist in the carry out of harvested game. Every aspect of this hunt is completely detailed and nothing left to chance. Animals at this time of year will be concentrated in near water or one of the large rivers feeding or draining into the lake or inland areas that we access via a service road. The hunter and guide will travel to traditional Caribou areas and glass for groups of Caribou. This time of year, the rut is on and most groups will have a dominant bull that will be larger than other members of the herd. Once the animal is located and it is determined stalk-worthy, the hunter and guide will move in. With bulls competing for breeding rights, along with the favorable foliage and terrain, this hunt will be conducive for fair chase bow hunting opportunities. There is absolutely no one in the western Arctic that has more knowledge of the land and animal behavior than our guides. You are with the best. Each hunter will have an assigned guide for the duration of the hunt. Once the animal is down, the guide will field prep your trophy and meat per your instruction. Capes, horns and meat will be brought back to camp to be cooled.

        HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

        • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge

          Lodging & Accommodations Scale

          5 - Cabin/Lodge

          4 - Bunk House/Trailer

          3 - Wall Tent

          2 - Backpack Tent

          1 - Client Provided/Hotel

        Very nice lodge with lots of space and a home like feel.

        • Menu & Food: Full Kitchen

          Menu & Food Scale

          5 - 5 Star Catered

          4 - Full Kitchen

          3 - Field Kitchen

          2 - Backpack Food

          1 - Client Provided

        Nourishing meals provided by outfitter

        • Physical Conditions: Heavy Hiking

          Physical Conditions Scale:

          5 - All Vehicle Access

          4 - Light Hiking

          3 - Moderate Hiking

          2 - Heavy Hiking

          1 - Extreme Back Country

        May travel up to 60 miles per day searching for a trophy animal.

        Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

        Will transport via boat, ATV, or truck to hunting areas.


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        • Physical Conditions


        This is a remote hunt. As such, all guests are restricted to 50 lb of combined baggage. This weight also includes your gun or bow. We insist on the use of one large duffel bag, or 2 small ones. Please avoid the use of a hard sided suitcase. While traveling (commercial air) all firearms must be transported in a lockable hard sided gun case. During the trip to the lodge a soft case is preferred for your bow or firearm.

        What Outfitter Provides

        • Taxidermy
        • Meat Processing
        • Transportation to and from lodge

        What to Bring

        • 1 pair insulated high rubber boots
        • Binoculars and range finder
        • Waterproof and insulated gloves
        • 1 blaze orange hunting cap
        • 1 pair waterproof hiking boots
        • Waterproof, insulated camo pants
        • Shooting/walking sticks
        • Waterproof daypack
        • Polarized sunglasses
        • 1 blaze orange vest
        • Insulated top and bottom base layer
        • Warm, insulated camo coat with a wind and waterproof outer shell

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