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Float Plane access to a vast area that is approximately 30,000 square miles. We have 5 comfortable camps for when the caribou cooperate and portable tent camps for when they don't. This gives give us the mobility to move with the herds to ensure high success hunts.
Our main camp is at Henik Lake on the shores of scenic South Henik Lake at the narrows separating South Henik and North Henik Lakes. Additional camps are located at Edehon Lake, Maguse Lake, Nabbajuak Lake and our bear camp is located on the shores of Hudson Bay. Go to the "traveling to Henik page" or "camps & outposts page" to find the location of our camps and outposts.
The Southern Nunavut region is home to abundant wildlife including caribou, polar bear, muskox, wolf, wolverine, grizzly bear and numerous species of small game and birds. Our main caribou camps are at Henik Lake and Edehon Lake at the edge of the tree-line, fifty minutes (175 km or 105 miles) by air west and southwest from the community of Arviat, Nunavut (west coast of Hudson Bay).
The narrows between South and North Henik Lakes are an important crossing and migration route for the Qaminirjuaq caribou herd. Our Edehon camp is a bow hunters paradise with small stands of spruce, rock outcrops that provide excellent cover for the avid bow hunter. We also have outpost camps in various locations which gives us the mobility to move with the herds.The Qaminirjuaq herd is one of the largest in the north, consisting of over 400,000.
The Government of Nunavut charges tag and trophy fees for each animal. Below is the cost of each tag and trophy type, in Canadian dollars. Fees do not include GST.
Summary of Nunavut Government Tag and Trophy Fees, 2005:
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