Arctic Adventures-Spring and Fall Hunts
In Canada's Far North
Several Different Hunting Areas
Spring And Fall Hunts
Hunting for Muskox In The North West Territories
Hunting Musox In Canada
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Here Is One Hunt For Muskox
The Mainland Muskox hunts have become famous for producing trophy bulls, many of which score over 120 Boone and Crockett points. This includes several animals that are contenders for the new world record. The animals at McNaughton River are part of this Mainland population, but they have been virtually untouched by trophy hunters.
The hunt begins in Gjoa Haven and Can Go All Across The Arctic to Nunavut, where the famous Arctic explorer Ronald Amundson wintered when he first navigated the Northwest Passage.
What is not included in this Hunt:
Hunting license and tags.
* Export permits/trophy fees.
* Gratuities to staff.
* Accommodation and meals while in Yellowknife and Gjoa Haven before and after the hunt, if applicable.
* Taxidermy fees.
* Overweight baggage fees.
* Expenses incurred due to delays, caused by bad weather, mechanical problems, or other factors beyond our control.
* Canadian Goods and Services Tax. (GST)
You may hunt the Barren Ground Muskox in the Fall or Spring.
Fall hunts are harder and you will only see ten percent of the muskox
you may see on a spring hunt. You will go by boat across Simpson Straight to the mainland. You will then go inland by ATV to find your muskox.
On a spring hunt you will be transported by snow machine from Gjoa Haven across the sea ice to the mainland where we hunt the mainland or barren ground muskox. This trip can take 3-6 hours depending on snow and ice conditions. Snowmobiles provide a great deal of mobility, allowing the hunters to cover a lot of ground and providing an opportunity to look over a good number of muskox. We anticipate 100 percent success on this hunt. Hunting by dog team is also an option. Accommodation is in wall tents with heaters. Foam mattresses and caribou or muskox skin sleeping mats will be provided. Hunters must bring their own sleeping bags.
There are some Central Canadian Barren Ground Caribou in the area. You may opt to buy a caribou tag on the fall hunt.
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