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C101 - Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou

For the hunter looking for Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou Hunts we have an awesome Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou Outfitter.

Hunting Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou can be very exciting and an awesome hunting trip to experience. You want to make sure you pick a reputable Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou Outfitter for your trip. We have researched this Central Barren Ground Caribou Outfitter in Nunavut for you and give them our full endorsement for Nunavut Central Barren Ground Caribou Hunts.

At Watlington Outdoors, we have done the research for you and in most cases personally hunted with the outfitters we represent. We would not recommend a trip or outfitter that we wouldn’t feel comfortable going with ourselves! Best of all, this advice to you is FREE!


The little known Nunavut Territory offers some of the most prestigious and unique North American big-game trophy animals. Our outfitter’s family has been in business for over 30 years in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Combining this with their lifelong hunting and fishing experiences and that of our staff, we will treat you to a world-class arctic adventure.

Float Plane access to a vast area that is approximately 30,000 square miles. We have 5 comfortable camps for when the caribou cooperate and portable tent camps for when they don’t. This gives give us the mobility to move with the herds to ensure high success hunts.

The Southern Nunavut region is home to abundant wildlife including caribou, polar bear, muskox, wolf, wolverine, grizzly bear and numerous species of small game and birds. Our main caribou camps are at Henik Lake and Edehon Lake at the edge of the tree-line, fifty minutes (175 km or 105 miles) by air west and southwest from the community of Arviat, Nunavut (west coast of Hudson Bay). The narrows between South and North Henik Lakes are an important crossing and migration route for the Qaminirjuaq caribou herd. The Qaminirjuaq herd is one of the largest in the north, consisting of over 400,000.

Our permanent camps are comfortable with diesel or propane heat, running water, showers, home cooked meals, satellite phones and knowledgeable Inuit guides that know the animals and the land. For a truly memorable Caribou hunt of a lifetime, contact us for complete details.

Pricing & Packages

Cost per person:
US $6,695 + GST (5%) per person (2 hunters per guide 2×1)
Charter fee $950.00 plus 5% GST
Our 5-day hunts are based on a maximum of 8 hunters.

2013 Hunt Dates:
September 5 to 9 – 3 left
September 6 to 10 – Sold out
September 12 to 16 – Sold out
September 11 to 15 – 4 available

Hunt Features:

Hunt does not include:

Deposits & Payments:
Deposit: A $1500 per person NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is required within 10 days of your reservation.
2nd Payment: A second payment of equal value is due the February 1st prior to your trip.
Final Payment: Final payments are due 90 days prior to your trip start date.
Full payment must accompany any reservation made less than 90 days to trip start date.

Summary of Nunavut Government Tag and Trophy Fees,

TAG

First Tag

Trophy Fee

Additional Tag

Barren-Ground Caribou

$50

$150

$100

Muskox

$50

$100

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Wolf

$50

$100

-

Wolverine

$50

$100

-

Polar Bear
$50
$750
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Pricing reflects approximate base package costs and should not be assumed to be all-inclusive. FOR SPECIFIC PRICING, BROCHURES, AVAILABILITY AND RELATED INFORMATION, CLICK HERE

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