Maines moose hunting is something we live for each fall. The action is intense from the sound of cow moans and bull grunts in the distance before light to a trophy bull raking and crashing in to the sound of our calls. Moose hunting is something that gets in your blood, something you will remember for the rest of your life. We offer something most outfitters can?t, by setting up in the area the moose are.
We will be in the heart of moose country with our remote camp, no congestion of the sporting lodges. We have all the comforts of home with wood stoves, home cooked meals, and warm showers at our wall tent camp. The main wall tent, will be our dining hall and you will have your own Cabelas Alaknak tent with wood stove and cots for sleeping and privacy. Our guides are experienced callers and packers and we are known for getting off the beaten trail on foot calling trophy bulls not your typical Maine hunters hunting from vehicles.
Quartering and capeing your trophy is our specialty with Cabelas frame packs and game bags your meat will be taken care of right. We then will get you and your moose to the tagging station and butcher. Apply for your Maine permit by May 15 each year on Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife or this link https://www.maine.gov/ifw/hunting-trapping/hunting-resources/moose.html. Maine also has 10 silent auction tags that are bid off each year don?t hesitate to call us for help with this. Link below will give you some info if you are interested in an auction hunt https://www.maine.gov/ifw/hunting-trapping/moose-permit.html#auction
Additional items to consider:
- Maine non resident hunting license $115
- Non resident moose permit fee $585
- Transportation to the wall tent camp (can be arranged)
- North Maine woods gate fees and camping fees. non res $31 a day, under 18 free, over 70 $15 per day
- Weapon of choice and ammo/arrows
- Butcher fee around .55-1.00 per pound (300 to 600)
- Guide and cook gratuity
Zones we guide in the order we suggest you apply 4,1,2,5,6,3,8,9