Central Barren-Ground Caribou Hunt
“Andrew Lake Lodge and Lynx Tundra Lodge act as booking agents for Adventure Northwest for all Northwest Territory and Nunavit Territory hunts. Let our experience help plan your arctic hunting adventure!”
Trek the boundless tundra, bask in the colours of autumn, breathe the scent of the crisp arctic air. It’s a thrilling adventure in the far north, where few have travelled. With your Inuit guides you’ll learn to stalk the majestic caribou and navigate the land like they have for hundreds of years.
You’ll be transported by boat before hiking inland to glass and hunt. The tundra has many high eskers and ridges that enable you to get within rifle and bow range.
Our camp on Pellatt Lake sits 200 miles north east of Yellowknife, just above the treeline, in the middle of three caribou ranges. There are five super comfortable cabins and the cooks serve up mouth-watering meals, which often include caribou and freshly caught fish.
This package offers you a rare seven days, with six full-days of hunting on the land. It’s the greatest opportunity to find your prized animal and take in the north.
The terrain is generally dry and rocky. No hip waders are necessary, but sturdy waterproof hunting boots are a must. Temperatures can range from 32°F to 75°F in late August and down to 28°F to 40°F by late September. We encourage all hunters to purchase tags for wolf, wolverine and ptarmigan. The lakes also provide outstanding opportunities for lake trout, northern pike, and grayling.
- accommodation/meals while in camp
- one guide for every two hunters
- field prep of trophy, meat and hides
- transportation from Yellowknife airport to the hotel,
and hotel – float base return.
It does NOT include:
• $1400 return air charter from Yellowknife to camp
• Government license & trophy fees
• 5% goods and service tax
• Meat processing
• Canadian firearms import fee (if applicable)
• Your travel to Yellowknife and all costs associated
If spike camps are utilized a 1-caribou limit will prevail.
While there will not be any caribou tags available to outfitters in the NWT, Adventure Northwest maintains tags in Nunavut, which are subject to change.
In the morning you will be picked up at the hotel in Yellowknife and transferred to the floatplane base for the 90-minute flight to camp, arriving early afternoon. The following week, the plane will leave camp early in the afternoon for your return to Yellowknife. You will be met at the floatplane base and escorted to the wildlife office to pay trophy fees, and obtain export permits. You will then be transferred to the hotel.
There is a strict weight limit of seventy pounds of gear/liquor etc. per hunter, on the floatplanes. Any hunter having gear weighing in excess of 70lbs. will be charged an additional fee of $1.50/lb. Please bring a soft gun case for travel in the floatplane.EXPORT PERMIT
Each hunter will be required to obtain an export permit for any part of an animal that is transported out of the Northwest Territories.All employees are committed to providing you with a quality hunt and have agreed to abstain from alcohol while in the camp. We in turn encourage all hunters to keep their alcohol to themselves and in their own tent. Every client will be provided with the current hunting regulations and is expected to familiarize themselves with the regulations. Any client who knowingly breaks these regulations, will be sent to Yellowknife at their own expense.