Newfoundland and Quebec monitor the Caribou herds throughout the year with satellite collars. The collar readings are taken every seven days. We will keep a close watch on these readings to ensure your success in the hunt.
We will make sure your Game is properly taken care of, butchered, and packed for travel, etc.
As Non-residents, you are required to have a guide to hunt in our province. We provide experienced, knowledgeable guides who are very familiar with the wilderness and local area.
We have over an 85% success rate and a 100% opportunity for the Fall Caribou hunt during the past 5 years.
Both the Fall and the Winter hunt are opportune times to harvest a trophy rack. The male caribou lose their antlers by the first of December. The Females Keep their antlers until the Calves are born.
The season opens August 10th and closes April 30th. The specific dates of our Caribou Hunting Packages are......Schefferville hunts will begin Aug 29th, normally
ending October 8th, but it depends, if weather conditions
permit we will extend the hunt until October 14th. The Winter Hunt will begin with the arrival of the caribou and the zones are opened, usually around Nov 10th. Hunting parties will be notified well in advance, so travel arrangements can made. These hunts will be operated out of Labrador West and our main lodge on the Trans Labrador Highway.
Schefferville hunts will begin Sept 1st, normally ending October 6th, but depending on weather conditions will extend the hunt until October 13th.
The Winter Hunt will begin with the arrival of the caribou and the zones are opened, usually around Nov 10th. Hunting parties will be notified well in advance, so travel arrangements can made.
Hand guns are Illegal. The Rifle should be at a minimum of 243 caliber. Firearms brought into Canada must be in an approved lockable hard case. Ammunition must be transported in a separate piece of luggage.Hand guns are NOT allowed into Canada---they are classed as restricted or prohibited firearms. Firearms capable of firing bullets in rapid succession during one pressure of the trigger or any firearm that has been adapted from a rifle or shotgun so that its barrel is less than 457-mm (18 inches) in length or less than 660-mm (26 inches) in overall length are also restricted. You can declare your firearms in writing, in triplicate, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (form CAFC 909). Please fill out the declaration form ahead of time to save time at the point of entry. However, wait until you arrive at the point of entry to sign the form because a customs officer must witness your signature. Once the customs officer has confirmed your declaration, it will serve as a temporary licence for you and as a temporary registration certificate for all the firearms listed on it (for up to 60 days). You can download Form (JUS 909 EF) at the Canadian border services agency. You can also go toCanada Firearms Centre (Phone 1-800-731-4000 for more information.