Sunday, January 01, 2012

Caribou, anyone?

So the old-timers seem dead set on a Caribou hunt in the perma-frost.  Some potential guides linked below.  Comments desired from non-hunters and hunters alike.

Labrador hunts:

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3

Link 4

Here's one that looks a bit more cost realistic: $1700 Canadian for a 3 night, 4 day trip (3 days of hunting).


Northern Quebec hunts:

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3 - like the discussion of "Fair Chase" hunt

7 comments:

ManBeast said...

If these guys grumble about getting up early for a 10 minute car ride and a quarter mile stroll to a nice comfy ground blind in 40-60 degree weather, how's 4-5 hours on a snowmobile in sub-zero temps going to work?

Fredo said...

Lulz : )

Beetz McDogg said...

Sounds completely possible. Get up about 10 to 7. Start making pancakes. Put coffee on. Our and on the snowmobiles by 8:30. Watch out caribou the Nanook camp is a comin.

Beetz McDogg said...

Shuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun the non believers

Fredo said...

You guys are going to kill me. Nearly spit my coffee out.

Anyways, check out this link--now that's what I call a reference list.

ManBeast said...

Well at least I think it's too cold outside up there for a squirrel in the pie.

dark commenteer said...

At least the squirrel poop would be frozen and easier to remove...

I would predict that there would be significantly less nekkidness as well.

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