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Hall Beach Hunting

Hunting on the tundra is usually for the Caribou, assorted birds such as:

  • ptarmigan
  • ducks
  • geese

Foxe Basin also yields Seal and Walrus meat and when eaten raw, referred to as Muktuk. Walrus tusks are used to creation of local art objects carvings. Hall Beach is one of the few places in Canada where walruses are still numerous, and walrus hunting is a common activity between July and September.

Contact the Hunters and Trappers Organization (HTO) for information on fishing and hunting.

Ptarmigan by Annika-Broden
Ptarmigan

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Ice Fishing at Hall Beach

Ice fishing at Hall Beach

 

 

Hall Beach Fishing

Fishing in the Hall Beach area is best from mid-July through late August. . The world-renowned Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) and Trout are caught off the shores of Foxe Basin and Hall Lake.

Fishing in the Hall Beach area is best from mid-July through late August The lakes near Hall Beach are prime fishing areas for:

  • Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus)
  • Lake Trout

Both fish are caught off the shores of Foxe Basin and Hall Lake. Charter trips to popular fishing spots such as:

  • Hall Lake
  • Nursarnaarjuq (also known as Fisherman's Lake)

can be arranged with local outfitters.

 

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