Outfitter #082

Mackenzie Mountains Caribou Outfitter

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Worldwide Trophy Adventures has been working with this outfitter for many years with great success.  This family run operation has been operating in the same 9,000 square mile concession in the heart of the Mackenzie Mountains for over 40 years.  They are the only outfitter permitted to take non-residents hunting in this concession and strictly manage the game for age class and trophy quality.  The area is home to a tremendous population of Dall sheep, Alaska-Yukon moose, and the mighty mountain caribou.  More 400" caribou are taken here than anywhere else in Canada.  This spot and stalk hunt takes place from a comfortable base camp, which consists of hunter cabins and a main lodge (that even has wifi!).  However, you may be asked to spike out (to get deeper in the heart of the hunting area) if the caribou are scattered.  The hunting can be physically demanding (at times) so it pays to be in the best shape possible.   These hunts are very limited, so contact as soon as possible if you are interested. #082


$12,500 + 5% Tax & License

*Hunt price subject to hunt year price.


Late August - late September

Lodging, Meals, In-Field Transportation, Infield Trophy Care, Accommodations, Guide, Beverages, and Airport Pickup and Drop Off
Shipping of Meat/Trophy, Meat Processing, Airfare, Charter Flight, Gratuities, License, Taxidermy, Personal Items, and Taxes

$125 non-resident hunter preservation fee. 


Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Fly to Edmonton and overnight. 

Day 2: Fly to Norman Wells, Northwest Territories, where you will be flown (via float plane) to camp (weather pending). This float plane is approx. $1,200/person round-trip.

Day 3-7: Hunt caribou.

Day 8: From camp you transfer back to Norman Wells, where you will overnight.

Day 9: Depart Norman Wells and begin your trip home.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

Approximate $100 species tag, $400 goverment export fees due at trip end. 

Physical Requirement Level

Level 3 - These hunts are a true wilderness experience and are usually conducted on horseback, while hunting species such as elk, moose, bear; also, some mountain lion and African Cape buffalo. Difficult to extreme hiking and backpacking can be involved.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.
Equipment: Plane.

Updated: 2018-03-06 17:28:08