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  FAQ's for ABOUT HUNTING


When is hunting season?

What are the accommodations like?

What type of gun should I use?

Are bow and arrows allowed?

How far in advance do I have to book a trip?

How many caribou can I take?

Which outfitter do you recommend?

Why Nunavik?

How many days is an average package?

Can you guarantee that I will get a caribou?

Will there be snow?

How can I take my meat home?

What else can I hunt?


When is hunting season?

August-end October.


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What are the accommodations like?

Generally comfortable and heated, set up on platforms. Ask your outfitter about what they offer.


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What type of gun should I use?

Minimum 243 rifle.


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Are bow and arrows allowed?

Yes.


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How far in advance do I have to book a trip?

It depends. The best thing is to contact an outfitter and ask.


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How many caribou can I take?

2.


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Which outfitter do you recommend?

Check out our Services and Outfitters section. Our member outfitters come highly recommended. Give them a call and see which one best suits you.

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Why Nunavik?

Reliable jet and twin otter air service.


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How many days is an average package?

About a week.


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Can you guarantee that I will get a caribou?

Chances are high, although there is no guarantee. It’s about the hunting though, isn’t it, and not just the kill.


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Will there be snow?

There could be, depending on what area you are hunting in. Come prepared.


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How can I take my meat home?

Usually each hunter takes 3 boxes, 2 with the meat and 1 with cape. And yes, you can take your antlers too.


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What else can I hunt?

Although most people come to hunt caribou, there is a chance you will see Black Bear and ptarmigan as well.


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