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Any Cancellation Quebec Caribou Hunts??
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Contributors to this thread:
hunt forever 28-Aug-17
Cornfed 77 28-Aug-17
Trial153 28-Aug-17
hunt forever 28-Aug-17
Bou'bound 29-Aug-17
Trial153 29-Aug-17
PAstringking 30-Aug-17
Rut Nut 30-Aug-17
Trial153 30-Aug-17
Glunt@work 30-Aug-17
rtkreaper 30-Aug-17
hunt forever 30-Aug-17
TREESTANDWOLF 30-Aug-17
Rut Nut 31-Aug-17
OFFHNTN 01-Sep-17
hunt forever 01-Sep-17
kota-man 01-Sep-17
APauls 01-Sep-17
hunt forever 01-Sep-17
g5smoke21 01-Sep-17
kota-man 01-Sep-17
hunt forever 01-Sep-17
bigeasygator 01-Sep-17
kota-man 01-Sep-17
From: hunt forever
28-Aug-17
I'm looking for a cancellation Quebec Caribou hunt this year?

From: Cornfed 77
28-Aug-17
Got a brother and father hunting with Hume right this instant, from what I've heard not only is he booked solid for the rest of the year but has a pretty good waiting list already. Hope you find one but I would not get your hopes up.

From: Trial153
28-Aug-17
At this point I think your hard pressed to get any cancellions. Maybe 6 months ago when they announced the closing however the demand and prices went through the roof with guys get in before the lock. I don't the waiting lists are going to help much as there isn't much hope for a quick reopening of the season.

From: hunt forever
28-Aug-17
I just can't believe the numbers are as low as there saying!!

From: Bou'bound
29-Aug-17
It would be good to hear from the guys that are up there. Hume's first group changed over yesterday.

From: Trial153
29-Aug-17
My buddy flew out yesterday, he was told the first week hunters all tagged out.

From: PAstringking
30-Aug-17
There was a cancellation the other day.... $2500. Had to be in Montreal the next day. It lasted about 30 min

From: Rut Nut
30-Aug-17
Geez! How do you prepare for a hunt like this on 1 days notice???

From: Trial153
30-Aug-17
Pack fast and book the next flight

From: Glunt@work
30-Aug-17
If you can get off work, a guided caribou hunt is pretty basic. Bow, knife, camera, binos, clothes, boots. 30 minutes to book a flight and any hotel needed and 30 minutes to pack.

From: rtkreaper
30-Aug-17
How much money have you got?????? See you on the tundra. Rory

From: hunt forever
30-Aug-17
I was thinking of a Quebec or woodland.

30-Aug-17
Trial is right..... real fast!!!

From: Rut Nut
31-Aug-17
I guess I am in the minority then. Between family and job commitments, there is no way I could pick up and leave on 1 day notice.

From: OFFHNTN
01-Sep-17
APauls posted this in the other Manitoba Caribou thread. I got this email this morning as well. I received this message late last night: Many hunters say, “Call us when the caribou are in!” Well, that’s exactly what we are doing. Many know we are North America’s finest caribou hunt but all Manitoba outfitters were severely affected by a delayed migration the last two years. Based on reports we received today, there are good pockets of animals in Northern Manitoba with a large amount positioned just to the North. A prime situation. We still have some openings- 4 hunts Sept. 9-16, 6 hunts Sept. 16-23, and 4 hunts Sept. 23-30. Price is $ 4995, trophies fees $ 1350 each. The price is going up in 2018 so this is a PRIME OPPORTUNITY.

From: hunt forever
01-Sep-17
What caribou species out they hunting?

From: kota-man
01-Sep-17
Manitoba = Central Barren

From: APauls
01-Sep-17
I was going to say the same thing. There may be some Manitoba opportunities opening up if the caribou are in fact moving down. I have no affiliation with Ganglers, I just thought I'd post it as there is always interest in how this herd is doing.

From: hunt forever
01-Sep-17
Canada or Alaska Barren Ground?

From: g5smoke21
01-Sep-17
Anyone have any experience with Ganglers?

From: kota-man
01-Sep-17
CENTRAL Barren Ground. Alaska is Barren Ground. Manitoba is CENTRAL Barren Ground.

From: hunt forever
01-Sep-17
Do you mean Central Canada Barren Ground? I do think there is just a Central Barren Ground but I could be wrong.

From: bigeasygator
01-Sep-17
Central Canadian Barren Ground Caribou and Central Barren Ground Caribou are the same sub-species. Barren Ground, Central Barren Ground, Woodland, Mountain, and Quebec Labrador are the five sub-species.

From: kota-man
01-Sep-17
Thank you bigeasygator...Apparently I was having problems conveying...

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