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  • General Sammy
    to take two trophy bulls Want more details call me at 819 964 2424 in Kuujjuaq you still have time to do this Sammy Cantafio Last Updated on Saturday 24 August 2013 09 45 JUNE 2013 GREETINGS FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY Written by sammy Wednesday 12 June 2013 06 39 LAST CALL It is now official the upcoming 2013 season will be the last year that caribou hunters will be permitted to take 2 caribou in Northern Quebec Starting in 2014 the limit will be reduced to 1 caribou In addition we are expecting further reductions on permit quotas for sport hunting in the future The Government s decision is based on biological studies and agreements with the various Native Indian and Inuit groups of Northern Quebec While the resources are there with an estimate population of over 500 000 caribou with many good bulls there is a concern particular with Arctic warming trends and other factors that may affect the caribou population in the future Since the Natives of Northern Quebec have priority rights to harvest caribou before sport hunting these restrictions implemented in the coming years are a cautionary measure to maintain and expand the present population of caribou in Northern Quebec If you are one of our past clients who has always thought of planning a return caribou hunt with a family member or friend or this is your first planned trip this would definitely be the year to do it My availability for the upcoming 2013 season is as follows August 31 to September 6 Open for a party of 2 for a guided 1 x 2 hunt or a party of 3 for a guided 1 x 3 hunt Weather stable good for bow or rifle fishing great and bird hunting at its best and maybe come across a black bear as a bonus September 12 to 18 Can accommodate a party of 2 for a guided 1 x 2 hunt or a party of 3 for a guided 1 x 3 hunt mid season good weather and everything is happening caribou small game fishing bear September 18 to 24 Could take 1 for a guided 1 x 1 hunt 3 for a guided 1 x 2 hunt or 3 for a guided 1 x 3 hunt Late season with hard horn good dates to see moving bulls trophy time and bear are moving Hunts offered on a first come first served basis A 50 deposit required to confirm hunt within 48 hrs Balance of hunt fees and permit payable July 1 Rates are all inclusive from Montreal including all transportation accommodations and meals for 6 days 6 nights as well as all applicable taxes Caribou permit of 360 for 2 caribou is in addition Guided 1 x 1 9250 Guided 1 x 2 8250 Guided 1 x 3 7250 For further information please contact me Sammy Cantafio Ungava Adventures This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view

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  • General Sammy
    Word from Kuujjuaq is just about the same and in fact the Koksoak River as of last week was not yet frozen and this is very unusual Caribou finally moved into the vicinity of Kuujjuaq sometime in November and caused a lot of excitement the residents of this isolated community certainly look forward to harvesting caribou when the opportunity arises We experienced a great past 2010 season and reports from the field indicated that our hunters saw more caribou then ever and the caribou seemed bigger than usual particularly in their antler formation We experienced steady caribou from August 19 to October 02 with most of the concentration being in our more northerly camps Our easy access to the Leaf River Caribou Herd certainly makes all the difference in providing successful hunts for our hunters Last Updated on Thursday 13 January 2011 21 46 Read more 2009 season starting Written by sammy Wednesday 29 July 2009 10 08 Sorry for the delay in keeping on track with my blog I am a little primitive when comes to computers internet etc Nick my son is always kidding me with my lack of modernization I was born in the forties love old planes and my favorite car is a 49 Ford Coupe what can I say Well you re never too old to learn and I am trying my best and improving slowly Just finalizing my office work and will be flying up North this coming weekend with my Beaver if the weather improves My boys up North have been complaining of extremely warm weather for the past couple of weeks and down in the Montreal area it s been raining every other day Up North it looks like we are going to have a repeat of last year good warm weather for July August and fair weather for September The caribou are doing well and are scattered to the West of Kuujjuaq for the moment and should be moving to the East in the next couple of weeks They are already showing good horn growth and it should be a banner year for trophy racks Rivers are low with the lack of rain but that can all change in a few days I have seen the George River rise as much as 10 feet overnight Salmon have started entering the river and should be up at our camp at Helen s Falls in full swing at the next high tide during the week of August 2 th Last Updated on Wednesday 29 July 2009 14 16 Read more Back home Preparing for this upcoming season Written by sammy Wednesday 15 April 2009 09 46 Got back from a great snowmobile trip on the Labrador coast on March 31 great weather and the trails were smooth particularly with all the snow they got in early March Had a chance to spend some time with good friends and staff Travelled inland with Fabian Kennedy of St Augustine helping him close his trap line

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  • General Sammy
    all for your participation I will be turning 60 this coming fall and as many of my fellow baby boomers realize life has certainly changed when it comes to communication and I for one welcome it I look forward to hearing from you and sharing hunting fishing and adventure stories And now let s begin High Success Muskox Hunt in Arctic Quebec Last Updated on Wednesday 15 April 2009 13

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  • 100% SUCCESS ON BIG BULLS AND CARIBOU STILL COMING STRONG!
    our less honorable southern competitors scrambling north trying to help fill tags for their guests anyway they can even if it means illegally flying and chasing game with helicopters and planes An ALL PAINTED RED BEAVER FLOATPLANE from a southern operator was recently caught with guide hunters and dead caribou by the game wardens from the Kuujjuaq office after our guides spotted a low flying aircraft hunting on one of our designated territories I would suspect all will be getting stiff fines This brings me to the fact that not all outfitters are equal and I still meet guests coming up to join us on their 2 nd or 3 rd attempt to hunt caribou after spending upwards of 10 000 plus with other outfitters on previous so called bargain caribou hunts and not even seeing one caribou This is highway robbery in the worst way and hunters need to be careful when looking at cheap hunts and all the false promises All those fancy web sites with exaggerated claims and promises need to be carefully validated and the first thing hunters need to do is know who they are dealing with Today with the Internet and the information available

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  • 100% SUCCESS ON BIG BULLS AND CARIBOU STILL COMING STRONG!
    Ungava Region for most of this past season we have been seeing a number of our less honorable southern competitors scrambling north trying to help fill tags for their guests anyway they can even if it means illegally flying and chasing game with helicopters and planes An ALL PAINTED RED BEAVER FLOATPLANE from a southern operator was recently caught with guide hunters and dead caribou by the game wardens from the Kuujjuaq office after our guides spotted a low flying aircraft hunting on one of our designated territories I would suspect all will be getting stiff fines This brings me to the fact that not all outfitters are equal and I still meet guests coming up to join us on their 2 nd or 3 rd attempt to hunt caribou after spending upwards of 10 000 plus with other outfitters on previous so called bargain caribou hunts and not even seeing one caribou This is highway robbery in the worst way and hunters need to be careful when looking at cheap hunts and all the false promises All those fancy web sites with exaggerated claims and promises need to be carefully validated and the first thing hunters need to do is know who they are dealing with Today with the Internet and the information available on everyone and anyone a quick goggle search on Sammy Cantafio for example will immediately show you who I am what I have done and what I represent now try this with others in the outfitting business that you might be considering and see what you might learn of the person and his reputation if you find anything at all and you will soon realize there is a lot of B S in this business BEWARE LIARS MAY FIGURE BUT FIGURES DON T LIE after

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  • CARIBOU, SNOW & RAIN & MORE CARIBOU!
    stay dry while hunting Charlie Camp hunters all tagged out after only 3 days of hunting with rifle and bow North Camp nearly tagged out with a mix of rifle and bow hunters with only 4 caribou left to take out of a possible 16 caribou in only 2 days of a 6 day hunt what a time to hunt caribou Our hunters experienced a 100 opportunity for success on caribou since we first opened on August 18th All hunters saw caribou just about everyday and from what we know we are just starting to see the serious migrations All indications are that the caribou are still heading East from the West and should hit the coast this coming week split up and spread out in our region in smaller groups offering ideal hunting opportunity particularly with the bow Fishing and bird hunting after a successful caribou hunt still providing the icing on the cake for most of our hunters Great fishing for brook trout lake trout and Arctic char is available at all camps as well as the fabulous ptarmigan hunting where seeing upwards of 1000 birds a day is not uncommon And let s not forget the occasional

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  • CARIBOU, SNOW & RAIN & MORE CARIBOU!
    4 caribou left to take out of a possible 16 caribou in only 2 days of a 6 day hunt what a time to hunt caribou Our hunters experienced a 100 opportunity for success on caribou since we first opened on August 18th All hunters saw caribou just about everyday and from what we know we are just starting to see the serious migrations All indications are that the caribou are still heading East from the West and should hit the coast this coming week split up and spread out in our region in smaller groups offering ideal hunting opportunity particularly with the bow Fishing and bird hunting after a successful caribou hunt still providing the icing on the cake for most of our hunters Great fishing for brook trout lake trout and Arctic char is available at all camps as well as the fabulous ptarmigan hunting where seeing upwards of 1000 birds a day is not uncommon And let s not forget the occasional Arctic black bear that like to follow the caribou Well it is time to get to work preparing equipment and supplies for tomorrow s flight hope this weather changes for the better I will get

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  • Caribou Season
    7 to 9 pounds with a good many in the 10 to 15 pound range Char now entering the lakes and Peter our manager at North Camp reports a good number of big char have arrived at the lower rapids Caribou coming in steady from the North with some animals making a 180 degree turn and heading back North and others keeping steady to a Southern course Word is we

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