Barren Ground Caribou Webber's Lodges

Eric Kuhlman with his Central Barren Ground Caribou last fall.

We’ve heard your requests and we’re thrilled that we can now deliver!

In another exciting new development, Webber’s Lodges will now offer a fall Caribou and Musk Ox Combo Hunt in partnership with Ryan St. John of Henik Lake Adventures.

While we use all parts of the animals we harvest, this hunt is also a trophy seeker’s dream. It takes place during the musk ox rut in an area that has not recently been hunted, which means mature bulls will be abundant! With musk ox being of the Barren Ground sub species, we are expecting excellent trophy quality. Similarly, the animals of the Central Barren Ground Caribou herd that are native to the area are known for scoring high in the Boone and Crockett and Pope and Young record books.

Musk ox bulls competing for territory and breeding rites, plus the available terrain and foliage, will also make this hunt conducive to fair chase bow hunting. The hunt area will be in and around the area north of Baker Lake, Nunavut. We will be using boat, truck and ATV to access the hunt areas. In rare cases, hunters will be spending a night out on the tundra in a remote tent camp, depending on where the game is. Temperatures will be ideal, ranging from 30-40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Our first Caribou and Musk Ox Combo Hunt will take place from August 29 to September 4, 2016. Hunts will include one musk ox as well as one caribou license and five full days of hunting, inclusive out of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime in the remote, barren lands of northern Canada!

For More Details: Please visit the Caribou and Musk Ox Combo Hunt page at Henik Lake Adventures,  e-mail Webber’s Lodges General Manager Russ Mehling or call 1.888.WEBBERS (932.2377)

Musk Ox Hunting Canada - Wide Flaring Bull

Mike Rauschenberger and guide Don Akkmak last spring with Mike’s extra wide flaring musk ox bull.