Yes I did when I lived there. It is a good hunt and a difficult one. Very involved as it is remote and you need a lot of equipment to do it as you will need several snowmobiles and sleds, wall tents and equipment to camp 50 to 100 miles back in the bush. Temperatures will be cold, as in -30 or colder.
This is very remote country with lots of swamps and muskeg and you can't access most of it until it is all frozen and you have sufficient snow.....ie Dec through March/April. The hunting is around the fringe of Wood Buffalo national Park........a long drive from Michigan.
There are outfitters that offer hunts out of Ft. McMurray, but they are not cheap.
As a Taxidermist I look at hundreds of Whitetail Bucks every year. I know that I have seen many different ways people judge the size of racks on live deer. I think for the most part they all are pretty close. I'm going to give you some measurements that I have noticed being right on in just about every deer. We have used it in the last couple years and have only been off by about 5-6 inches. We do study the deer while bowhunting so we get a little more time to look at them....