Cambridge Bay on Victoria Island near Greenland is the “Muskox Hunting Capital of the World”, and is home to the introduced Greenland subspecies of muskox. SCI does recognize them as “Greenland” muskox and this region has over 200 entries in the record book. Southern Victoria Island has a population of 30,000 muskox, and it is common to see anywhere from 30 to 40 muskox daily.
A spring muskox hunt is the best Arctic adventure available.
Victoria Island Muskox hunting is a great way to experience the incredible Inuit culture in the harshest environment on earth.
The Inuit people assist our outfitters with their traditional hunting knowledge. While Victoria Island muskox hunting you will hunt from a sled that is being pulled by a snow machine, which allows you to cover a lot of ground quickly in search of a trophy bull. You will typically see more animals on the spring hunts than you will in the fall.
The muskox population throughout these new areas is exceptionally healthy. Herds upwards of 20 animals frequently seen while out on the land. As with our other hunt locations, we expect to harvest several Boone & Crockett, Pope & Young and SCI record book bulls.
Our outfitter holds three of the top five bulls in SCI from Victoria Island muskox hunting.
The Greenland subspecies of muskox that resides in Nunavut, are larger than those actually found in Greenland. Our clients consistently harvest very large, mature bulls. Our outfitter holds three of the top five trophies of the Greenland muskox as listed in the SCI Record Book.
If this muskox hunt sounds good to you, contact us today.
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