The hunt was the best anyone could hope for in regards to the amount of game,food quality,logistics and hunting partners. My hunt package was the 1X6 option and I hunted the Leaf River herd out of camp Inukshuk, 220 + miles north of the float plane base at Lac Pau. Other than 1 day, I seen at least 100 animals per day while hunting and the remaining hunting day I witnessed a migration of 1500+ caribou. The camp was sitiuated in the true artic tundra which made attempts with using a bow difficult due to a lack of cover but i did get close numerous times but I couldn't make it happen for a shot for different reasons, usually beyond my control. My lack of patience got the best of me in regards to using the bow, if i would have stuck to it i am sure i could have made it happen. I was the last person to tag out so i did give it a good try but the fear of all of a sudden having a lack of bou swayed my judgement. The past few years hunt postings on this site constantly weighed heavily on my mind. The camp itself was great and caretaker Michel and Marie were not only top notch professionals they were also just great people to be around. They were always smiling and making camp life somewhere all of us hunters wanted to be after the day was done. Michel went far beyond his requirements in helping out fellow hunters get their bou while Marie served super great meals day in and day out. After i tagged out i went after Artic Tarmigin, the grouse of the artic, with my bow and easily managed to arrow enough for supper appetizers in which Marie prepared to perfection. I also brought along a fishing rod and caught Lake Trout and quite a few Artic Char, a real bonus. I highly recommend Jack Hume Adventures with Richard and Amanda Hume for a Quebec Labrador Caribou hunt!!!!
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Good weather most days, wind almost constant. Typical artic weather.