Quebec Caribou Hunts
Hunt Quebec-Labrador Caribou with this great outfitter.
For over 25 years this Quebec caribou hunting Outfitter has provided caribou hunters with the best access to North America’s most substantial caribou herds: the Leaf River and the George River herds.
This outfitter runs his camps like a fine oiled machine. Fishing, black bear and small game hunting during these trips is off the hook, and free of charge.
During the caribou hunt, clients are welcome to purchase additional licenses which would allow them to fish or ptarmigan hunt during open season.
The caribou hunting season runs August through early October. You could be hunting purely spot and stalk, waiting in ambush, or more likely, a combination of the two. Each morning you will leave camp by boat with your guide. Each guide usually has their “favorite” areas to hunt, but a lot of thought comes into the final decision every morning based on what went on the day before.
The office will make your commercial airline reservation from Montreal to Kuujjuaq and return. This is a scheduled two hour flight north aboard a Boeing 737 jet. Upon your arrival in Kuujjuaq you will be met and transferred to a De Havilland Single Engine Otter for the remaining 85 miles to camp. Weather permitting, you will not be in Kuujjuaq for very long so do not plan to make purchases prior to the flight into camp.
The camp is located in the area known as the Ungava Bay Region of northern Quebec’s Eastern Arctic. It is in Inuit controlled lands, governed under the James Bay Agreement. The area consists of 300,000 square miles of the most pristine landscapes, dotted with as many lakes as land. It is above the tree line, which offers clear and open shooting. However, the rolling hillside provides enough relief for stalking.
The camp itself is very comfortable and consists of two individual wooden cabins set up to accommodate 4 hunters in each and two cabins for the guides and kitchen staff.
The kitchen and dining area is extremely well equipped and is separate from the sleep cabins. The camp has hot & cold running water, generator and oil heat.
Field photos from this Quebec caribou hunt: