Sodano tells us, "I shot two caribou with a rifle. The first was an average specimen; for the second one, I waited and shot a huge trophy caribou. One thing I must stress is that you must carefully judge the animal before you shoot."
Besides great hunting, Sodano tells us that one of the highlights of his hunt was seeing the northern lights. "The guide woke us up in the middle of the night just to see them. Well worth it."
Sodano gives his hunt cost as $6,270 in total, including transport, hotels, license and trophy care. "This was a great adventure, a must for all serious hunters," he says.
Taken alone, Sodano's report tells the story of a highly successful caribou hunt, and is representative of the experience most hunters have in a Québec caribou camp. Unfortunately, not all caribou hunts go as smoothly. Continuing subscribers will note that Sodano's experience contrasts sharply with the two recent reports we have published (Report ID's 7597 and 7598) on the higher-end trophy hunts conducted by Mirage Outfitters, which is owned by the same parent corporation, World Outfitter Corporation, as Safari Nordik. Correspondent Lance Stapleton outlined the complete background on World Outfitter Corporation, including its corporate structure and possible benefits........(continued)