Woodland Caribou

The island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador is home to thousands of rare woodland caribou and the only non-resident huntable woodland caribou herds in the world. Non-resident hunters for woodland caribou have experienced more than a 90% success rate, with mature bulls weighing anywhere from 350 to 500 pounds. Turns out the world’s best woodland caribou hunting and the records to prove it is a winning combination.

We have a winner!

The World's Only Woodland Caribou Contest

Congratulations Gerald Hedman from Seattle, WA. Gerald is the lucky winner of a 7-day premium outdoor adventure with one of the province’s great outfitters – Pine Ridge Lodge. Alongside a team from North American Hunter, Gerald will eat like a king and hunt like a pro in one of the last great wilderness areas in the world – Newfoundland and Labrador.

Outfitters

The key to a successful woodland caribou hunt is a local outfitter. Outfitters act as your main point of contact before and during your trip, so be prepared to make long-lasting memories - and friends.

Our friendly, down-to-earth outfitters’ guides are the difference between a good experience and a great one. After all, they know this place like the backs of their hands. And they're bound to share a few stories over a drink and a hearty meal back at the lodge. In the video to the left, listen to Danny talk about hunting caribou. And also be sure to check out our woodland caribou hunting packages by viewing the Packages tab at the bottom of this page.

Rules and Regulations

The best way to get the most out of your hunting adventure in Newfoundland and Labrador is by using a local outfitter. Non-resident caribou licenses are only available through a licenced outfitter. Hunters must be accompanied by a licenced guide to hunt big game.

Helpful Links

Information for Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers

Department of Environment and Conservation Hunting and Trapping Guided (PDF)

Order Traveller’s Guide and Map or Hunting Brochure

Getting to Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador Weather & Climate

Related Offers:
Starting at $4500 USD
Join us for a great wilderness experience! Our six (6) day hunt (Monday to Saturday) includes 1:1 hunter-guide ratio, licence fees, home-cooked meals, trail lunches, accommodation, field dressing of meat, taxes, pick-up at Deer Lake Airport and transportation to the staging area. Our success rate in 2013 was 90% moose and 100% caribou and we have an excellent lodge with hot showers, satellite phone and TV. We take four hunters per week and you will not see any local hunters at our fly-in camp.
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Spruce Pond Hunting

Starting at $3800 USD
With annual success rates of 95% and higher we offer intense days and soft nights. Guides are professional callers and strategically plan hunting areas tailored to each guest's physical condition. Our professional chef caters to your hunters hunger and dietary needs. With private entrances to your own personal accommodations and hot showers in our charming local-wood constructed lodge you will experience camaraderie and privacy depending on your mood.
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Mayflower Outfitters

Starting at $6500 USD
Our experienced, friendly guides will help you get the shot you’ve been dreaming of. It’s the thrill of the hunt, high success rates, and our winning hospitality that keep hunters returning year after year. Contact Ray for more information.
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Newfound Outfitting Ltd. (Southwest Lake Lodge)

Starting at $5300 USD
We offer world class fly-in Moose, Caribou and Black Bear hunts. Situated in Newfoundland's Pine Martin Ecological Reserve, we cater to Bow , Rifle and Black Powder hunters. For your next Newfoundland hunting adventure for moose or caribou please book with Nichols Outfitting. Contact Kent for more information.
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Nichols Outfitting Inc. (Chuck's Pond Lodge)

Starting at $5200 USD
4-star Scandinavian-style wilderness lodge in the heart of a hunting and fishing paradise. Our guides will take you to remote regions for an off-the-beaten-path experience. You’ll return home from a true wilderness experience refreshed and revitalized! Contact Barb for more information.
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Tuckamore Lodge Ltd. (Southwest Pond Lodge)

Starting at $6995 USD
Live your dream on this remote, air accessible hunt in central Newfoundland. Fully equipped hunting lodge staffed with knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides plus professional chef. Package includes local air/ground transportation; hearty meals, and accommodations; 1 on 1 guide services; game recovery and care. License fee at $510.00 CDN, plus taxes extra. Combination hunts with moose and/or black bear available. Contact Wayne for information, reservations; and assistance with hunt planning.
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Pine Ridge Lodge

Starting at $4450 USD
We offer world-class, fly-in, fair-chase, no-nonsense hunts from modern facilities situated in Newfoundland’s pristine interior. Catering to rifle, bow and black powder hunters since the early 1990’s, trophy animals are taken on an annual basis. Contact Dean for more information.
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Sou'wester Outfitting

Starting at $6500 USD
Welcome to our neck of the woods! Our friendly, skilled guides will strive to make your big game hunt a successful and memorable experience. One-on-one guided hunts, with rifle or bow, for moose, caribou and/or black bear. Our modern and remote lodges are accessible by aircraft only. Contact Adrian Walsh for more information.
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Arluk Outfitters Ltd. (Arluk Lodge, Main River Lodge)

 

* Offers are subject to availability. Taxes are extra. You may have to pre-book and/or mention
the promotion at the time of booking. Please check with the operator for more details.

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