Remote Sites: The migratory
range of the Quebec-Labrador Caribou is immense.
To counter this and to ensure that our hunters
are there to
intercept the migration as it enters Labrador,
we will fly to wherever migrations are occurring
within the range of floatplanes. Portability and
mobility are the two most essential components
of the early fall hunt. Our hunting camps are
constructed to facilitate movement by floatplane,
on a weekly basis, from one site to another. If
an overnight trip to the migration is practical
and necessary, we have compact camps to accommodate
short sorties. Camps are heated with wood-burning
stoves and equipped with army type cots. Communication
is via satellite telephone. Floatplanes are used
to access our remote hunting sites.
Shefferville: Caribou frequently
migrate through the country surrounding the Shefferville
area. Hunts are carried out in the area during
early fall, utilizing 4 wheel drive vehicles.
Guests are housed in our full amenity hunting
lodge in the town of Shefferville.
Churchill Falls Area: During
the month of November the migration frequently
arrives in the area surrounding Labrador City
and Churchill Falls. Outpost camps are used for
the hunts at that time. (We also utilize these
locations for our spring black bear hunts.) These
outpost camps can accommodate 8 guests.
To find out more about caribou hunting opportunities
including our hunting species and packages click
one of the following links:
Packages - Hunting
Toll Free: 877-601-3733
Mail: 321 Curtis Cr
Canada A2V 2C1