"The subscriber who originally reported on this hunt indicated that he had seen many caribou here that would qualify for Boone & Crockett. During my hunt, I did not see any caribou that would qualify for B & C, nor did the other two hunters who were in camp with me.
"Are there B & C animals on South Hampton? There most certainly are, as I've seen some horns on the ground in front of natives' homes in Coral Harbor that would have qualified. They are just not as plentiful as one would judge from your previous report.
"There are other things fellow subscribers should know about this hunt as well. For one thing, it is conducted from ATV's, and you better know how to handle one, as you will be going over terrain the likes of which you have never seen before, including fording rivers.
"The accommodations are in wooden cabins that are reasonably comfortable. The food was okay. The biggest problem experienced was getting to the hunt area. The only way to get to Coral Harbor is by way of Winnipeg and from there one must take one of two small commuter airlines that fly up into the area. From Winnipeg, we flew by Kivalliq Air, which took us up in a Singer engine turbo-prop plane that carries just nine passengers. It took 6½ hours to get from Winnipeg to Coral Harbor. You have to overnight in Winnipeg both ways, as this hunt does not allow you to make your whole trip in one day.
"Also, the airfare is expensive. The roundtrip cost from Winnipeg to Coral Harbor........(continued)