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High North Lodge, Ungava Bay, Québec, Canada
Northern Quebec's migratory caribou herds criss-cross an area of over 1,000,000 square kilometers (400,000 square miles) and can travel up to 6,000 square kilometers (3,700 square miles) per year. The Leaf River herd has more than doubled since 2001 up from 260,000 to 628,000 caribou, is very healthy and over the past ten years has been the very reliable in both migration time and pattern as well as trophy quality.

The actual hunt will usually change day to day depending on what the animals are doing. It could be purely spot and stalk, wait in ambush or a combination of the two. Each morning you will leave camp by boat with your guide. Each guide usually has their "favourite" areas to hunt but a lot of thought comes into the final decision every morning based on what went on the day before.

Trip Dates: Closed for the 2018-19 Season

Caribou Hunts Include: Round trip airfare from Montreal to Kuujjuaq, air charter service to and from camp, all applicable taxes (PST/GST with non-resident rebate issued), 2 hunters per guide, hnting licenses, trophy preparation and shipping to Montreal of cape/split antlers, packing and shipping to Montreal of 125 lbs. of meat.

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