GREENLAND MUSKOX BARGAIN PRICES
SPRING MUSKOX ONLY $6800
FALL MUSKOX OR CARIBOU $7300
FALL MUSKOX/CARIBOU COMBO $10,100
INCLUDES LICENSE AND TAX
Last spring HCU’s Bob Wodzisz made an exploratory Greenland hunt that turned out fabulous! He and his hunter looked over more than 100 muskoxen and were tagged out on old mature bulls be- fore noon the second day.
This outfit has 3 camps and conducts springmuskox only hunts or fall muskox can be combined with Canadian Central Barren Ground caribou. Prices are much less than the common destination out of Cambridge Bay for muskoxand caribou. These hunts can be 3 days, which is typical in the spring for muskox only, or up to 5or 6 days for fall hunts that can be single animal or combination hunts. Success remains near 100 percent for both animals.
Spring hunts in March and early April for muskox are 3 days and priced at $6,800 and a second muskox can be taken for $2,600. Non hunters are priced at $3,400. This hunt can be combined with a 2 hour dog sled trip or possibly some ice fish-ing for around $500. This is the least expensive tripand possibly the least physical as they can travel by ATV or snow machine. Accommodations are a cabin or some hunters prefer to stay in town at the motel at their own expense, about $200 per night.
Fall hunts running from August into earlySeptember are normally 4 or 5 days out of tents or possibly a cabin. This hunt is priced at $7,300 for either muskox or caribou and the combination hunt is $10,100. An additional muskox or caribou is priced at $3,100 each. Non hunters are $3,100.Caribou hunting is more physical and can require several miles of hiking in more mountainous terrain. Caribou tend to lose their velvet late August into the first few days of September. Temperatures normally run from 30 for the low and up to 70 for the high.
Hunts scheduled mid September into October are either 5 or 6 days and higher priced as it typically requires a helicopter transport to camp, which is included in the price. Typically they have cabin accommodations and this area is known for very good caribou hunting. Muskox or caribouonly are priced at $8,700 or a combination hunt is $11,600. Additional muskox or caribou are priced at $3,100 each. Non hunters are $3,900. Temperatures normally are 30 for the low and 50 for the highs.
Flights to Iceland and then onto Kangerlussuaq, Greenland are currently available in Augustand September. Flights for October or the spring hunt in March and April will be through Denmark, overnight at the hotel at your expense, then onto Kangerlussuaq.
Hunt pricing includes tent or possibly cabin accommodations, meals, guiding, licenses and taxes. RIFLE/AMMO AND SLEEPING BAG is also available at no additional cost but MUST BE RESERVED IN ADVANCE.
Not included are flights to and from Kangerlussuaq, hotel accommodations, tanning of hides and shipping of your trophies, which take place several months after your hunt. THERE IS ALSO AN ADDITIONAL $800 PER ANIMAL CHARGE FOR TRANSPORT TO DENMARK. These prices could fluctuate with currency changes.
Call HCU’s Bob Wodzisz at 330-730-3473 formore details. Hunt MU299.
CAMBRIDGE BAY MUSKOX/ARCTIC
ISLAND CARIBOU COMBO
This 5 day hunt guided 2×2 takes place on Victoria Island from October 24 to November 6 under early winter conditions. Hunters fly commercially into Cambridge Bay, overnight, and then travel to the basic plywood hunting cabins often hunting while en route. Hunters will travel in wooden sleds that are pulled by snow machines. Success continues to be virtually 100 percent for both spe- cies. These caribou are recognized by Boone and Crockett as Central Canadian Barren Ground caribou. Safari Club International recognizes them as Arctic Island caribou.
Many hunters prefer to come back to Cambridge Bay to overnight at the motel at their own expenseof about $300 per night instead of staying in the field. No charter flights.
This outfitter also offers the spring hunt on the Nunavut mainland near Queen Maude Gulf. Using snow machines on the March 16 to April 13 hunts allows hunters and guides to see plenty of animals.Accommodations are primarily in cabins/homes, but tents may be used if necessary for 5 days of hunting guided 2×2. This hunt can be combined with an arctic wolf and success has been close to 100 percent.
These hunts tends to be priced quite a bit higher than the comparable Greenland hunts, but this hunt has been the most popular destination and is top rated.
NEW ZEALAND RED STAG HUNTS
AS LOW AS $3000
The owner of this Texas panhandle ranch hassome of the finest red deer hunting in North America. Years ago he artificially inseminated his fe- males with the semen from the largest stags available in New Zealand. That was all it took to start a good genetic self-sustaining herd on the property.
The 6 point management hunts are priced at only $3,000. 3 day trophy hunts are $5,000 and you can take a stag grossing up to 350 SCI. Stags scoring 350 to 400 SCI are priced at only $8,000 and over 400 points is currently $15,000.
Hunts include great lodging, fantastic meals with wine and are guided 1×1. The property is quite brushy and it is just a fun hunt with the added bonus of taking home a cooler full of tasty meat.
This hunt can be done from late August into October and can be combined with managementwhitetail, red sheep or Sitka deer, priced at $3,000 each. Non-hunters are $250 per day and a youthhunter can take a cull whitetail buck. Hunters arepicked up at Amarillo airport. HCU’s Scott Steinkruger and Cliff Graham have been on this ranch. Hunt RD806. RD806 Hunt Photos.
7000 ACRE HIGH FENCE TEXAS RANCH
EXOTICS AND FREE RANGE HUNTING
This 7,000 acre high fence ranch is located between Rock Springs and Kerrville. Most hunts arescheduled for 2 1/2 days of hunting with many spe-cies available. ALL PRICES INCLUDE LODGING, DAY RATE, GUIDE FEE AND THERE IS NOT A SLIDING TROPHY FEE SCALE ACCORDING TO SIZE. Some examples of pricing; addax $4000, aoudad $4500, axis deer $3500, blackbuck antelope $2500, catalina $550, corsican ram $950, fallow deer $2950, gemsbok $4500, mouflon $2500, russian boar $850 along with additional African species also available. REMEMBERTHESE COSTS ARE ALL INCLUSIVE EXCEPT FOR YOUR $48 non-resident hunting license.
Free range hunts are available for blackbuck antelope and axis deer. Over the years these species have escaped many high fence operations and now live on working cattle ranches. These animals can also be hunted basically for the same price ason the exotic ranch. Just an FYI, blackbuck generally has a nice darker hide from November toMarch and axis deer are best hunted from mid May to mid June during the roar.