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Can you hunt caribou in Labrador?

The island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador is home to thousands of rare woodland caribou and the only non-resident huntable woodland caribou herds in the world. Non-resident hunters for woodland caribou have experienced more than a 90% success rate, with mature bulls weighing anywhere from 350 to 500 pounds.

How much does it cost to go caribou hunting Canada?

Barren ground caribou hunts in the USA and Canada start at about $7,500 and most are in the 10,000 USD range. As a large part of the price comes from the cost of travel to remote areas, it’s advisable to combine a hunt after caribou with hunting other species such as musk ox or moose.

What time of year can you hunt caribou?

THERE IS NO OPEN SEASON FOR CARIBOU. Go to for more information on distinguishing black bears from grizzly bears.

How much is a DIY caribou hunt?

You can buy a caribou tag for $325 plus $85 for a hunting license. Plan on airfare (including extra baggage fees), possible unexpected hotel stays and meals, equipment and trophy care/meat shipping.

Are caribou easy to hunt?

A barren ground caribou hunt (in Alaska) is the easiest hunt to obtain for a nonresident, because you can readily hunt them without a guide or outfitter. The degree of difficulty in hunting caribou isn’t high, but exceptional bulls can be difficult to find.

What is the range of caribou in Canada?

The ranges extend across Canada and occur in nine provinces and territories, including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, and Yukon. The 51 ranges vary greatly in size.

How much does it cost to hunt caribou in Labrador?

Oct.,Nov. and Dec. are still very good trophy hunts. Winter Package Rate is $1650.00 USD per person. Our package starts with guests arrival at our main lodge which is located along the Trans Labrador Highway (Unless flying into Wabush has been arranged) and includes: – Transportation while Hunting.

Where is the Caribou Lake Lodge in Labrador?

Caribou Lake Lodge is located approximately 125 miles east of Labrador City which is the largest producer of Iron Ore in Canada. After leaving Labrador City road travelers will be able to reach our lodge by following the Trans Labrador Highway (Route 500) through some of Labrador’s picturesque landscape.

When do caribou migrate to Labrador from Quebec?

The herd migrates from northern Quebec and Labrador in the fall, to Western Labrador and Eastern Quebec,and then travels back north in the late winters,where they calf in the spring on the Northern barrens of Quebec and Labrador. We offer a five day road hunt. We will be hunting from Schefferville, it is our northernmost hunting zone.

When do caribou hunting start in Schefferville?

We will be hunting from Schefferville, it is our northernmost hunting zone. The George River Herd hits about mid Aug,and stays until mid Oct. Schefferville hunts will begin Aug 29th, normally ending October 8th, but it depends, if weather conditions