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  • Welcome to our new website
    looked terrible so we decided to leave immediately for a camp that Allen secured approximately an hour s snowmobile ride north of the village We quickly unpacked and set up camp and with light still available decided to go out and take a look We came across over 20 Muskox within an hour s ride from camp With darkness fast approaching we got back to a warm camp had supper and spent a good part of the night listening to John snoring boy was he relaxed after a good day out in the cold but well dressed The next morning with threatening skies we proceeded northbound in the same general directions that we traveled the previous day and immediately got into Muskox Out of a herd of 15 animals with 3 excellent bulls John took the best of the bunch and was all done by noon on day one of our hunt After taking pictures and having lunch we proceeded back to camp not before seeing a nice big bull on a ridge with his group of 12 animals A short walk up the hill with Allen had me sighted in to a very good bull well clear of his group and took my first Muskox at about 3 00 PM Picture taking and more snacks had us back at camp packing as we could see the weather changing quickly from the east yes it was time to head back to town before the winds and whiteout hit us We got back into town by 6 00 PM to a hot meal great shower and an evening of celebration It is a hunt that I will long remember a hunt that everyone should do once in their life By the way this was John s second Muskox John had taken

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    available decided to go out and take a look We came across over 20 Muskox within an hour s ride from camp With darkness fast approaching we got back to a warm camp had supper and spent a good part of the night listening to John snoring boy was he relaxed after a good day out in the cold but well dressed The next morning with threatening skies we proceeded northbound in the same general directions that we traveled the previous day and immediately got into Muskox Out of a herd of 15 animals with 3 excellent bulls John took the best of the bunch and was all done by noon on day one of our hunt After taking pictures and having lunch we proceeded back to camp not before seeing a nice big bull on a ridge with his group of 12 animals A short walk up the hill with Allen had me sighted in to a very good bull well clear of his group and took my first Muskox at about 3 00 PM Picture taking and more snacks had us back at camp packing as we could see the weather changing quickly from the east yes it was time to head back to town before the winds and whiteout hit us We got back into town by 6 00 PM to a hot meal great shower and an evening of celebration It is a hunt that I will long remember a hunt that everyone should do once in their life By the way this was John s second Muskox John had taken a Muskox in NWT about five years ago but he was looking for a bigger one From his inquiry of what will be happening on tag availability for the future I get the strong impression

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  • Greetings from the North
    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 At present I still have a limited number of spaces available for the upcoming 2011 season Based on the current condition of the caribou in Northern Quebec there is a strong indication that caribou hunting in Arctic Quebec in the near future will become more and more restricted This will in effect reduce the opportunity to collect the Quebec Labrador Caribou species and increase the hunt rates considerably If you have been planning a Quebec caribou hunt in the future I would strongly suggest you planning on going sooner verses latter this is the last call We still have two Muskoxen tags available for this coming season The hunt will be conducted from the Village of Kuujjuaq during the month of March 2011 This is a relatively successful and

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  • Demander de l'information
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  • BIG PUSH FROM THE NORTH BRINGS IN THE BIG BULLS!
    caribou were really scarce and it looked like our 100 shooting opportunity record for the season was not to be Saturday morning brought in news that a few bulls were moving in from the North By the following morning this sprinkling of animals eventually turned into a flood of big groups of mature bulls heading through camp Unfortunately the majority of our hunters had already tagged out and could only

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  • STEADY CARIBOU AND HIGH SUCCESS FOR OUR HUNTERS!
    and extending out towards the south west for over 150 miles Very unusual season with no big concentrations of animals but rather smaller bands of caribou moving slowly in just about every direction making for ideal hunting conditions So far we have experienced a 100 success rate on bulls except for one hunter who while having numerous opportunities to take a couple of nice caribou pursued his efforts with the bow to try to take something exceptional A reminder that bowhunting for caribou in this open country can be challenging I certainly respect this hunter for his determination in sticking to the bow Some real nice caribou have been taken so far with good antler growth Some of the bulls this past week started loosing their velvet and we are expecting the large majority to be out of velvet in the coming week Bird hunting for ptarmigan has been exceptional and fishing for big brook trout just out of this World A caribou hunt with Ungava Adventures offers more than just taking a caribou expect our guides to keep you busy hunting small game fishing for trout and salmon and exploring this great country during or after your caribou hunt

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  • THE CARIBOU HAVE ARRIVED!
    few bears have been spotted Lots of caribou in the area coming from the North much like they did last year at this time And the bulls are showing pretty good growth with excellent antler formation should be a great season for trophies Caribou started moving south 10 day ago and crossed the Leaf River late last week We are anticipating an exceptionally great early season hunt The caribou are

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  • JUNE 2013, GREETINGS FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
    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

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