Outfitter #062



From mid-October to mid-November scattered herds of caribou move into the southeast corner of Victoria Island with groups often migrating right outside the town limits of Cambridge Bay. Safari Club International lists the caribou and muskox living on Victoria Island as “Arctic Islands Caribou” and “Greenland Muskox” for their record book classifications. However, Boone & Crockett, Pope & Young and Grand Slam Club Ovis lists’ these animals as
a “Central Canada Barren Ground Caribou” and a “Muskox”.

Mulitple WTA consultants have personally hunted with this outfitter who has been operating hunts on Victoria Island since 1995 with an unparralled harvest sucess rate. Virtually all of the trophy animals taken by bow hunters would qualify for the Pope & Young record book and certainly the SCI record book.

Guides access the hunting areas by snowmobile while hunters are towed behind in an Inuit style sled called a “kamotik”. Travel by snowmobile allows the guide and client to cover a tremendous amount of area. Winter is just starting when these hunts take place so the conditions are not as harsh as in the March-April muskox only hunts.

Accommodations during the hunt are heated basic plywood cabins that Inuit use as shelters while out on the land. Camps are situated from less than 1 hour to over 4 hours away by snowmobile ride from the community.
NOTE: Hunters have the option to stay at the local hotel throughout the hunt at the daily room rate.



$16,500 - 5 days 2x2 guided - combination Arctic Island caribou and muskox hunt
$12,500 - 1x1 guided - Arctic Islands caribou “Bull” only hunt
$ 3,950 - Non-hunting observer (includes own guide and equipment).

$ 3,250  - Wolf trophy fee
Hunting an Arctic Wolf as an incidental species can be added to your muskox package. If requested, it must be pre-arranged and pre-paid, however, if a wolf is NOT harvested, you will be refunded the full amount less your Nunavut hunting license and tag fees.


October - November



• Transportation from Cambridge Bay to the hunting area by snowmobile or ATV.
• Services of a licensed guide with a snowmobile or ATV, including all gas and oil.
• Food and camping gear required during the hunt.
• Accommodation in a basic plywood cabin during the hunt with a tent used only as a
• Rough skinning of the harvested animal.


• All travel arrangements from the client's home to the commercial airport in Cambridge Bay
including meals and hotel rooms. Hotel rooms in Cambridge Bay (first and last night) are to be
• Hunting license and tag fees.
• Gratuities to guides.
• Canadian Firearms Import License at a cost of $25 CAD issued by Canada Customs upon
entering Canada.
• General Administration Fee of $150 USD.
• Arctic Flight Booking Fee of $170 USD (includes a one-time itinerary change).
• Arctic Wildlife Research Fund of $250 USD.
• Sleeping bag, personal clothing and toiletries.
• Archery equipment, guns and ammunition.
• Excess airline baggage fees.
• Packing and shipping of the trophy; taxidermy fees.
• Cancellation and trip interruption insurance.
• Visitor to Canada Health or Medical Emergency Insurance.
• Federal and Provincial Government sales taxes wherever applicable.

• Hotel and meals in Edmonton or Cambridge Bay before and after the hunt.
• Any additional hotel costs and meals due to delays caused by flight cancellations or delays
due to any reason in surface transfers to camps by ATV, snowmobile or any other conveyance
that are beyond the control of Canada North Outfitting and its associates.
• Rental of down filled parkas and bib overalls available in Cambridge Bay for $200 USD.
• Bank wire fees - A one-time fee of $40 USD will be applied to your invoice at time of booking
if this method of payment is selected.


Day 1 - Fly to Edmonton, Alberta and overnight

Day 2 - Fly to Cambridge Bay, met by outfitter and transferred to hotel

Day 3 - Depart Cambridge Bay for hunt

Day 4-6 - Hunt

Day 7 - Hunt and return to Cambridge Bay and overnight

Day 8 - Depart Cambridge Bay for Edmonton and overnight

Day 9 - Depart Edmonton for home

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

Hunting License $63.00
Caribou Tag $315.00
Muskox Tag $577.50
Arctic Wolf Tag $178.50
The license and tag fees for this specific hunt package will be added to your invoice.
Nunavut wildlife export permits are free and issued once the harvested animal is inspected
and registered by the local wildlife conservation officer. Government fees are subject to
change without notice.

Physical Requirement Level

Level 2 - These hunts are mostly conducted on private ranches. Species include mule deer, elk, antelope; additionally, some caribou and African plains game hunts. Moderate to light hiking each day in semi-mountainous terrain.

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

Updated: 2019-02-08 19:31:24