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Trophy Musk Ox Hunt for Arctic Island Muskox

Adventure Description

This hunt for Arctic Island Caribou is based out of the village of Holman, in the N.W.T., on the west side of Victoria Island. The hunt can be done in either the fall (August) or in the spring (March/April). The fall hunt uses quads and boat transportation, the spring hunt uses snowmobiles. The bulls on Victoria Island are slightly smaller than the bulls on the mainland. There is an option on this hunt for a second bull. Expect primitive conditions and rough cabins. These hunts are not for everyone. The fall hunt offers warmer temperatures than the spring hunt, where it is often -50 degrees F.

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adventure #

3681AN

Location

Northwest Territories

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Weaponry

Archery, Rifle

Dates

November - April

Tags

OTC

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Additional Information

specific pricing

4 day 1x1 --- $11,500

2nd ox --- $6,500

species hunted

Muskox, Wolf

inclusions

Meals, Lodging

Other costs

License, Tax, travel to Yellowknife, pre-camp hotel

Accomodations

Cabin

transportation

ATV, Snowmobile

Land type

Crown

nearest airport

Yellowknife, NWT

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Trophy Musk Ox Hunt for Arctic Island Muskox

$ 525.00 

This hunt for Arctic Island Caribou is based out of the village of Holman, in the N.W.T., on the west side of Victoria Island. The hunt can be done in either the fall (August) or in the spring (March/April). The fall hunt uses quads and boat transportation, the spring hunt uses snowmobiles. The bulls on Victoria Island are slightly smaller than the bulls on the mainland. There is an option on this hunt for a second bull. Expect primitive conditions and rough cabins. These hunts are not for everyone. The fall hunt offers warmer temperatures than the spring hunt, where it is often -50 degrees F.