A back country caribou hunt in Newfoundland is unlike any experience you have experienced before, if you have never been on one. The wide open plains make stalking very difficult, and the size of the herds often causes them to be alerted to your presence before you can make a clean shot. Caribou are often overpopulated in Newfoundland, so hunting is a means of herd control.
See how professional hunters work themselves into bow range for hunting caribou, and the painstaking process for hunting in the wide open spaces of Newfoundland. First they get themselves into range of the herd, allowing the herd to become reasonably comfortable with their presence. Afterward, they choose their target and work themselves into weapons range. See for yourself what happens afterward.