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Old 01-28-2004, 09:27 AM
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Default Quebec Winter Caribou Hunting

A few Years back, I looked into doing a guided Winter Caribou Hunt. The feed back was don't, unbelievable cold (-30 plus) and most of the hunt's were Semi-guided, meaning the Caribou were... You drive down the road X-far and good luck....sumed up as a rip off.
So my questions are...Can this be done on your own ? As a non-Resident and
hunting without a guide, I would have to hunt Zone 23 North. So are Caribou
easily found within reason around Scheffeville area in December. How about
lodging etc....Thanks
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Old 02-15-2004, 10:40 AM
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Otis, who was your outfitter and would you recommend him?
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Thanks! We were all ready to shell out the big bucks for a fly in hunt in Aug or Sept but you're making it sound pretty interesting. Are snowmobiles or ATV's necessary or even helpful?
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Does that include tags?
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I just came back from a hunt at Asselin's at the end of November. It isn't something I would do every year but it is an experience. There are several camps that you can go to. Nouchimi is the first you come to then there's the Mirage and next is Donat Asselin that I went to they are the least expensive of the bunch. The last couple of years it has been quite mild in fact it was raining when we got up there. It isn't hard to get your caribou as they migrate and if they are there you will see thousands in a day. The hard part is picking out the better racks as they move almost constantly. You can shoot them off the road as long as you don't shoot on the road. I walked about a half mile off and had a plastic toboggan to pack them out. Cut off the front legs,back straps, and split the hind quarters and it all fits on your boggan.
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