Quebec, Canada. i would have to say that, only because it is the only place i have hunted them. If you are placed in front of the migration , you will not believe how many caribou you will see.OOOPPPSSSS, i just noticed you said "next fall", that may be tough to book, but can always try.
Posts: 224 | Location: ontario,canada | Registered: 14 July 2002
Mr Wayne is correct. The key though is getting there when the migration occurs. I was there quite a few years ago and missed the migration. Six of us shot three caribou. I never got as shot. Went back the next year and fared a little better. Shot a small one first day so I wouldn't get skunked and shot a medium one the last day. I would ask is the camp or hunters will get moved if the migration is not in the area you are hunting. If I ever went back, that would be a must for me.
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Posts: 2547 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: 08 December 2006
the last time i hunted with them they offered unguided/drop camp hunt out of Fort Chimo( can't spell the Inuit word for the place) but that was 15 years ago.maybe they are out of the hunting side of the business???
Posts: 11587 | Location: Georgia | Registered: 28 October 2006
I hunted with High North Outfitting,Kevin Mattice out of Kuujjuaq ( Fort Chimo)last year.I was into caribou every day and shot 2 bulls.His operation takes a limited amount of hunters and Kevin guides too.Next year quebec is going to one caribou limit.