After quite a bit of research, I am booking a Quebec caribou hunt for the week of August 28th through September 3rd of 2017. Right now, I have two other guys signed up to go and a couple guys thinking about it. The camp holds six and I would just as soon have it all be trad bowhunters.
The outfitter we are using is Jack Hume Adventures. This outfitter has been in business a loooong time and is the name that always pops up when you talk about caribou hunting these days.
The hunt is six days long and is unguided. There will be one guide in camp but he will act more like a camp manager than anything else. Food, lodging and transportation are provided but we do the cooking. That's okay because I'm a pretty fair hand with a skillet and don't mind doing it.
The cost of the hunt is $6400 USD but each hunter gets a $100 discount if we book four people in the camp and a $200 discount if we book all six. The cost covers your tags for 2 caribou (1 bull and 1 cow or immature bull). All you need to do is figure out how to get to Montreal and JHA will take it from there.
The 2017 slots are booking pretty quickly so I need to move on this pretty fast. I have got JHA to pencil me in for those dates but he needs a deposit of 1/3 the booking price to lock it in.
The success rate at JHA is very, very good and their reputation is stellar. I know several bowhunters who have done this hunt and they all had good things to say about it. Go to http://www.jackhumeadventures.com/caribou-hunting-packages/ for more details.
While gun hunting is allowed, I'm just looking for bowhunters. Contact me if you're interested!