Caribou Hunting Photos & Stories

Every hunter likes to share stories about their experiences afield and many hunters like to hear these stories. The Photos & Stories section of BigGameHunt.net (BGH) allows hunters to share their hunting adventures in the form of stories and photos. Please feel free to browse, read, and contribute to this section of BGH.
Searching for Velvet on Barren Ground
Doug Humphreys

I watched as the Super Cub approach the grass strip in Delta Junction, Alaska.  Flaps down and low on the throttle the plane appeared to float more than fly.  I looked away from the plane to inspect my baggage one last time before the flurry of packing began.

The Great Caribou Hunt of '08
Benton F. Iles
So, I'm all packed, gun and bow in tow, and I met Matt and Davin in Ontario. (Each time I hunt with them, I get further in debt.) We were on our last leg to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The next morning we are up early and met by none other than John Andre himself; Owner/operator of Courageous Lake Outfitters. John ensured we got our hunting licenses and all of our gear on a float plane bound for 150 miles north of Yellowknife.
Northern Quebec Caribou Hunt
Aaron Masse
Some friends asked me to go caribou hunting in northern Quebec. So I said ok, but I've never shot anything in my life. So I didn't know what it was going to be like. We drove 24 hours North East to northern Quebec, it was a crazy trip but when we got there it was just wild, there were Caribou everywhere.
2003 Northwest Territories Caribou Hunt
Jason Dyck
In early 2003, my wife and I visited a Northwest Territories camp we use for our customers (I operate Worldwide Game and Fish Adventures). I took this bull on the third day of the hunt. It was a great hunt.
Canadian Caribou and Moose Hunt
Jason Dyck
This photo is of my 2001 Barren ground caribou (which scored 377 Boone and Crocket) hunt in the North West Territories. I have also included a photo of a bull that I took last fall in Alberta.
Alaska Caribou Hunt
Kent Keller
While hunting in Alaska during September of 2002, I was 150 miles above the Arctic Circle. A band of 24 Bulls passed within 30 yards of me, giving me ample time to choose my trophy.