Summit Treestands
Canadian Wilderness Outfitters
Caribou
Contributors to this thread:
hitmanonmac 13-Jan-17
stick slinger 13-Jan-17
147Hitman 15-Jan-17
APauls 16-Jan-17
Dries 29-Jan-18
St Cloud 29-Jan-18
Dries 30-Jan-18
georgeo 02-Aug-18
Trial153 02-Aug-18
PAstringking 03-Aug-18
Bou'bound 03-Aug-18
Dries 22-Sep-18
Dries 22-Sep-18
Dries 22-Sep-18
Dries 22-Sep-18
CPAhunter 23-Sep-18
Bou'bound 23-Sep-18
Dries 17-Oct-18
georgeo 18-Oct-18
georgeo 18-Oct-18
Franklin 18-Oct-18
georgeo 18-Oct-18
loprofile 18-Oct-18
Scoot 18-Oct-18
Treeline 18-Oct-18
Brotsky 18-Oct-18
kota-man 19-Oct-18
JL 19-Oct-18
Dries 19-Oct-18
Dries 05-Nov-18
Dries 13-Nov-18
Dries 19-Nov-18
From: hitmanonmac
13-Jan-17
Still looking for a bou hunt. I found an outfitter in Nunavut that I am looking into. Have any of you hunted with C. W. O before?

13-Jan-17
Haven't heard of them, but something like this is on my list. What kind of price did he give?

From: 147Hitman
15-Jan-17
9gs

From: APauls
16-Jan-17
Being Nunavut based, just do your diligence on who runs and owns it. I have heard some stories. I have 0 knowledge of the outfit. Could be the best outfitter on the planet. Check the Jack Hume letter thread and maybe make sure it wasn't the outfitter with a booth beside spike buck ;)

From: Dries
29-Jan-18
Did you end up finding out anything about this outfitter or Hunted with him? I am also looking into a hunt with this outfitter. Thanks

From: St Cloud
29-Jan-18
I have hunted with them over 9/11---quite the trip. The husband/wife sold the business to their son? or son in law? I believe. Let me do some internet research and I can tip you off to some of the stuff you will not know until you get there.

From: Dries
30-Jan-18
When I talked to him at the Hunting show he said his dad passed away around 2005 and he stopped going up there for a few years by started going back around 2010 or so.

From: georgeo
02-Aug-18

georgeo's Link
Best caribou and bear hunting in Canada. Scott and his family know how to cater to your hunt and he has unique access to land in Naujaat (Repulse Bay). Definitely the experience of a lifetime.

From: Trial153
02-Aug-18
That website scared the hell out of me and left me scratching my head Just one too many times....

From: PAstringking
03-Aug-18
Last I hear Monroe Lake Lodge had a cancellation for this year. Little bit of a discount and great people to hunt with.

From: Bou'bound
03-Aug-18
20 years. 20 hunters a year. Everyone of them got Two bulls. Heck of a track record over a long period of time.

From: Dries
22-Sep-18

Dries's embedded Photo
My dads Caribou
Dries's embedded Photo
My dads Caribou
I ended up going on this hunt with my dad and let me say it was Awesome. I used a gun on this hunt as it was my fourth and final try after a Caribou. We had great time up there We seen polar Bears, Seals and also a bunch of Caribou! We each harvested 2 bulls. Guides let us in on their culture as they were all local Inuits from the Arctic Circle! I would Highly Recommend Scott and Solomon of Canadian Wilderness Outfitters to any one!!

From: Dries
22-Sep-18

Dries's embedded Photo
My first Caribou
Dries's embedded Photo
My first Caribou

From: Dries
22-Sep-18

Dries's embedded Photo
My second Bou
Dries's embedded Photo
My second Bou

From: Dries
22-Sep-18

Dries's embedded Photo
my dads second
Dries's embedded Photo
my dads second

From: CPAhunter
23-Sep-18
Congratulations on a great trip!

From: Bou'bound
23-Sep-18
Great deal well done and excellent caribou.

From: Dries
17-Oct-18

From: georgeo
18-Oct-18
Congrats on a successful hunt!

From: georgeo
18-Oct-18
Congrats on a successful hunt!

From: Franklin
18-Oct-18
If you`re going to spend that kind of money I would expect a better quality Bou. You could outdo those on a Alaskan drop camp...easily.

From: georgeo
18-Oct-18
They look like some quality bulls to me Franklin. Would love to see the bulls you're talking about in Alaska if you dont mind sharing

From: loprofile
18-Oct-18
"If you`re going to spend that kind of money I would expect a better quality Bou. You could outdo those on a Alaskan drop camp...easily. " I cannot imagine why anyone would make such a comment, but that's today's internet.

From: Scoot
18-Oct-18
Congrats on a great trip!

Franklin, did someone piss on your Cheerios this morning???

From: Treeline
18-Oct-18
Dries, looks like an awesome adventure for you guys!

Congratulations!

From: Brotsky
18-Oct-18
Dang Franklin, the Brewers haven't been eliminated yet and the Packers are still over .500. No need to be so sour!

Congrat on a great hunt Dries! Looks like an awesome adventure!

From: kota-man
19-Oct-18
Those caribou appear to be "representative" to what that area holds for "Arctic Caribou". As far as the price goes, tell me where else you can go right now for a great chance at a Central Barren Ground Caribou? NOWHERE.

The caribou in AK are a different sub species and are usually substantially larger than these, but we are talking about two different sub species/two different hunts. To each his own.

Congrats on a great hunt Dries.

From: JL
19-Oct-18
Congrats on the hunt!

From: Dries
19-Oct-18
Thanks for all the compliments!! Much Appreciated. I am Extremely Happy with My Harvested animals. Let me say this was my fourth try for the elusive Caribou. I went on a winter hunt for them and completely missed the Migration. I went a different outfitter on another Hunt and again this time we were way too early for the Migration. Next one we booked with Safari Nordik because at that time I hadnt even heard of the Humes or I would have gone with them. We got our money taken that time from S. N. So needless to say 4th Times a charm!! WHAT an adventure!! How many people can say they were on the Hudson Bay boating past iceburgs on their way to camp!! Just to be up there and with the Locals and to learn of their way of life and Culture was fantastic! As to the price everything including airfare from Winnepeg and back including shipping of everything back is included!!

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05-Nov-18

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13-Nov-18

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19-Nov-18

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