Whether hunting Woodland Caribou, Eastern Canadian Moose or Black Bear all hunts are spot and stalk in nature. The spot and stalk method of hunting requires the hunter to hike the countryside while keeping a lookout for the quarry of one’s choice.
Moose were introduced to Newfoundland during the early 1900’s and due to ideal habitat their numbers have increased to the point where Newfoundland has the highest moose density on the planet with an estimated over 100,000 animals.
Caribou Pass, near the Sou'Wester lodges is a notch in the mountainous plateau where there are always caribou in the vicinity. This is the spring calving ground for Woodland Caribou and the fall breeding ground where caribou congregate for the rut.
On the eastern side of Caribou Lake rises Bear Mountain, named for the high number of Black Bears that inhabit it. A combination of genetics and low hunting pressure make the Newfoundland Black Bears the biggest around.
Helicopter Access to Remote Locations
One-on-one Guided Hunts
Trophy Moose, Caribou and Black Bear Hunts
All Hunts Offered Within an Ecological or Wildlife Reserve
Over 20 Years Outfitting Experience
Small Game Hunting at no additional cost other than license fee