Kevin Mattice has over 30 years outfitting experience and began in the Ungava Region in 1980. In 1993 he partnered-up with his long time friend and Inuit partner, Norman Grist and began construction of the Camp on Lake Dufreboy.
Kevin is an avid hunter and fisherman who has personally hunted pretty much every Canadian Province as well the Territories and several States including 3 trips to Alaska. He has also experienced hunts in Spain, Germany and Krygyzstan. Kevin has hosted over 1000 successful Caribou hunters since the beginning of High North Outfitting in 1993 and continues to be the most successful outfitter in the area.
He is also a licensed trapper running a registered trapline on a yearly basis and is a commercially licensed pilot. He operates fall black bear hunts in his home province of Ontario under a Ministry of Natural Resources Permit. Kevin has experience not only in Quebec and Ontario but gained plenty of mountain hunting experience while owning and operating South Nahanni Outfitters in the MacKenzie Mountains, of the North West Territories. A very well known Sheep Hunting Concession.
With 25 years experience on Lake Dufreboy, Kevin has learned that knowing a lake of this size is as important as knowing the animals you pursue and has made every effort to carefully hand pick guides... and keep them. He believes firmly that much of his success with this camp is due to the performance of his guides actually being guides and not just "boat jockeys" or "kids" working for free.
Your guide will be responsible not only for your personal safety on a daily basis but will assist in trophy selection, field dressing, professional caping and will be a key part of the overall success and enjoyment of your hunt. He will be well equipped with boat, motor and unlimited fuel along with his personal guide gear.