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Adventure Description

Newfoundland is home to one of the last great wilderness areas in the world, making it the ultimate hunting destination for Moose, Woodland Caribou and Black Bear. 3 moose per square mile, the only place in the world to hunt Woodland Caribou and the chance at monster bruins, you can’t go wrong in Newfoundland! The outfitter's moose management areas (Area 25, 26 and 37) boast high hunter success rates, as well as phenomenal trophy opportunities. This area has an excellent moose population which has translated into a 90%- 95% shot opportunity across their camps. Each year, hunters take bulls in the 30” to 55” range, and the remote areas help to sustain the herd for optimum trophy potential. The guides have been hunting and guiding this area for years. Generations of expertise and hunting passion are passed onto your Moose Hunting experience. Hunting from any of the camps, they typically hunt moose by two main methods: spot and stalk, and moose calling. Spot and stalk: offers tremendous opportunities and can cover a large area of terrain by foot, boat (or ATV at our drive-in lodge). Spotting from high points or “look-out’s” allows us to get to a great vantage point, spot the game, and make a plan to get close. Moose calling: when the call is on, this is by far the most exciting way to hunt moose. You’ve never experienced anything like a bull moose swaying into range, grunting with every step! The outfitter typically reserves true aggressive calling techniques to during the rut, when bull moose are on the move, looking for the next receptive cow. Outfitter operates two fully equipped remote access lodges. The remote lodges are located adjacent to lakes and in prime hunting areas. All of the lodges offer amenities such as showers, hot and cold running water, delicious food, and comfortable sleeping quarters. Outfitter also offers many remote wilderness spike camps for those truly wanting that back woods, off the grid adventure.

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adventure #

M4866CR

Location

Newfoundland, Canada

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Weaponry

Archery, rifle

Dates

September-October

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Additional Information

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$6900 - MOOSE HUNT PACKAGE A: CAMP 8 LODGE
  • Stay at the drive in main lodge at Camp 8
  • Each guide has pickup and trailer, Argo or ATV and/or boat for accessing different hunt areas.

$6900 - MOOSE HUNT PACKAGE B: MEDONNEGONIX
  • Stay at the drive in/ATV/boat access main lodge at Medonnegonix Lake off route 360, then travel north on Medonnegonix Lake to the lodge.
  • Each guide has an ATV and/or boat for accessing different hunt areas.

$10500 - MOOSE HUNT PACKAGE C: TROPHY WILDERNESS MOOSE HUNT
  • Stay at a main lodge first night, then overland access or fly in next day (Argo or 6×6 and 4×4 ATV’s) to remote spike camp. Stay there few days and hunt, then return main camp when ready.
  • Hunting Area MMA 25 or 26 depending on spike camp locations.
  • Fly-In Option available (Pricing at $7,000).

$5000 - MOOSE HUNT PACKAGE D: LATE SEASON HUNT (NOVEMBER/DECEMBER)
  • Stay at the drive in main lodge at Camp 8
  • Each guide has pickup and trailer, Argo or ATV and/or boat for accessing different hunt areas.

Add-On to Packages

  • Bear Add-on – license included  (to Moose/Caribou hunt) – $1,200.00
  • Allows you to hunt bear during and after your scheduled Moose or Caribou hunt fully guided.
  • Must purchase as combo prior to hunt start.
  • Includes bear hunting license
  • $1,500 if added during the week after successful on Moose/Caribou
  • Note: Guide and Hunting Location may differ if you’re successful on your Moose/Caribou early in the hunt, and continue to hunt Black Bear.

Additional Week – $4,000.00
Non-Hunter – $ 1,600.00

species hunted

Moose, Caribou, Black Bear

inclusions

Lodging and Meals, License Fees, Travel in and out of camps (Gander airport to main camps, off-road vehicles or air service to spike camps etc.), Rates listed are for 1 (one) week stay (Sunday – Sunday) - Early or late departures and extended stays available at additional cost

Other costs

Sales tax (15% for applicable taxes), Gratuity (Should be estimated at 10%-20% of the cost of your hunt)

Accommodations

Lodge

transportation

Pickup and trailer, Argo or ATV and/or boat

Land type

nearest airport

Gander International Airport

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Newfoundland is home to one of the last great wilderness areas in the world, making it the ultimate hunting destination for Moose, Woodland Caribou and Black Bear. 3 moose per square mile, the only place in the world to hunt Woodland Caribou and the chance at monster bruins, you can’t go wrong in Newfoundland! The outfitter's moose management areas (Area 25, 26 and 37) boast high hunter success rates, as well as phenomenal trophy opportunities. This area has an excellent moose population which has translated into a 90%- 95% shot opportunity across their camps. Each year, hunters take bulls in the 30” to 55” range, and the remote areas help to sustain the herd for optimum trophy potential. The guides have been hunting and guiding this area for years. Generations of expertise and hunting passion are passed onto your Moose Hunting experience. Hunting from any of the camps, they typically hunt moose by two main methods: spot and stalk, and moose calling. Spot and stalk: offers tremendous opportunities and can cover a large area of terrain by foot, boat (or ATV at our drive-in lodge). Spotting from high points or “look-out’s” allows us to get to a great vantage point, spot the game, and make a plan to get close. Moose calling: when the call is on, this is by far the most exciting way to hunt moose. You’ve never experienced anything like a bull moose swaying into range, grunting with every step! The outfitter typically reserves true aggressive calling techniques to during the rut, when bull moose are on the move, looking for the next receptive cow. Outfitter operates two fully equipped remote access lodges. The remote lodges are located adjacent to lakes and in prime hunting areas. All of the lodges offer amenities such as showers, hot and cold running water, delicious food, and comfortable sleeping quarters. Outfitter also offers many remote wilderness spike camps for those truly wanting that back woods, off the grid adventure.