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Newfoundland Woodland Caribou Hunt

Adventure Description

The Woodland Caribou is the most regal of the Caribou species. With huge bodies, white manes and magnificent, cinnamon colored antlers with lots of mass and points, they make phenomenal trophies. Newfoundland is currently the only place in the world where these magnificent animals can be hunted by non-residents. The outfitter prefers to hunt caribou when they begin the rut in October, although they can be found around their camps from September – November. Once in the rut, the caribou will form small herds of 12-40 animals and these herds will usually contain several large trophy bulls. Hunting from the outfitter's caribou camps in area 64, they typically spot the Caribou from a look-out and glass them to determine trophy quality of the bulls, and then plan a stalk. Woodland Caribou can be combined with Moose hunts and both species can be sought after from the same camps. You can even go after the “Newfoundland Slam” by adding a black bear tag!

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adventure #

C4866CR

Location

Newfoundland, Canada

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Weaponry

Archery/Rifle

Dates

September - December

Tags

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$25000 - WOODLAND CARIBOU (LIMITED TO 9 HUNTS/YEAR)
  • Stay at a main lodge first night, then overland access OR fly-in next day to hunt area or remote spike camp. Stay there few days and hunt, then return main camp when ready.  Hunt type is dependent on Caribou herd migrations.  Outfitter will put you in the right location to hunt Trophy Caribou.
  • Add a Moose Combo – $2,000

Add-On to Packages

  • Bear Add-on – license included  (to Moose/Caribou hunt) – $1,200.00
  • Allows you to hunt bear during and after your scheduled Moose or Caribou hunt fully guided.
  • Must purchase as combo prior to hunt start.
  • Includes bear hunting license
  • $1,500 if added during the week after successful on Moose/Caribou
  • Note: Guide and Hunting Location may differ if you’re successful on your Moose/Caribou early in the hunt, and continue to hunt Black Bear.

Additional Week – $ 4,000.00
Non-Hunter – $ 1,600.00

species hunted

Woodland Caribou, Moose, Black Bear

inclusions

Lodging and Meals, License Fees, Travel in and out of camps (Gander airport to main camps, off-road vehicles or air service to spike camps etc.), Rates listed are for 1 (one) week stay (Sunday – Sunday) - Extended stays available at additional cost

Other costs

Sales tax (15% for applicable taxes), gratuity (Should be estimated at 10%-20% of the cost of your hunt)

Accommodations

Lodge

transportation

Plane

Land type

Woodland/Tunda/Bush, Public

nearest airport

Gander International Airport, Newfoundland

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Newfoundland Woodland Caribou Hunt

$ 525.00 

The Woodland Caribou is the most regal of the Caribou species. With huge bodies, white manes and magnificent, cinnamon colored antlers with lots of mass and points, they make phenomenal trophies. Newfoundland is currently the only place in the world where these magnificent animals can be hunted by non-residents. The outfitter prefers to hunt caribou when they begin the rut in October, although they can be found around their camps from September – November. Once in the rut, the caribou will form small herds of 12-40 animals and these herds will usually contain several large trophy bulls. Hunting from the outfitter's caribou camps in area 64, they typically spot the Caribou from a look-out and glass them to determine trophy quality of the bulls, and then plan a stalk. Woodland Caribou can be combined with Moose hunts and both species can be sought after from the same camps. You can even go after the “Newfoundland Slam” by adding a black bear tag!