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Street: P.O.Box 879
Postcode: 01950
City/State: Newburyport, MA
Phone: (978) 361-7569
New England Discovery offers hikes and trips focused on Animal Tracking, Wildlife Observation, and Habitat Exploration to groups, individuals and schools.
Contact Person: Chris Hayward
Phone: (207) 836-2157
Maine Trips Guide Service - offers 4 season adventures throughout Maine, including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking, skiing, mountain biking and more.
Contact Person: Kevin Slater Or Polly Mahoney
Street: 1513 Bear River Rd
Postcode: 04261
City/State: Newry, ME
Phone: 207-824-2073
Traditional Moose HuntsIf you want to learn how to hunt moose, not just bag one, perhaps you should come with Mahoosuc. We specialize in traditional subsistence moose hunts. We hunt by foot or canoe, in remote areas where you are very unlikely to encounter other hunters. Due to the remoteness it is usually necessary to skin and quarter the moose in the field. We are more concerned about good quality meat than the size of the rack. To honor the animal's life we've taken, we will process and use the entire animal including the brain and other organs, smoke tanning the hide, and making bone butter.Itinerary, Accommodations, Meals, and FeesHunters should plant to arrive Saturday Evening before the week of the Hunt. Accommodations Saturday night will be in our timber frame lodge. Sunday will be spent getting ready for the hunt (no Sunday hunting in Maine) sighting rifles, practice moose calling, and then transport by 20' freighter canoe to spike camp. During the hunt we stay in the field in canvas wall tents heated with a woodstove. The fee for the one wee moose hunt is $1,900 per person and includes everything – meals, lodging, and transportation.General Moose Hunting InformationMoose Hunting in Maine is by a lottery systemYou can apply online for a permit click here. Deadline for applying is Mid-May.For a Maine map showing the Wildlife Management Districts click here.If you are drawn for a moose hunting permit and wish to swap districts, the Maine Professional Guides Association has an online swap after the lottery drawing in June.The Moose Hunt for Wildlife Management Districts 7 and 12 is usually the week of Columbus Day.Guides Kevin Slater is a Master Maine Guide with 35 years of experience. He has been hunting since he was old enough to carry a rifle. He learned mush of his subsistence hunting skills from Northern Cree Hunters.Kieran Moore is a Canadian who lived with the last generation of Dogrib subsistence hunters in the Northwest Territories for over 30 years. He enjoys sharing the skills and knowledge he learned from the Dogrib people.
Contact Person: Kevin Slater Or Polly Mahoney
Street: 1513 Bear River Rd
Postcode: 04261
City/State: Newry, ME
Phone: (207) 824-2073
Mahoosuc Guide Service Northern roots guided canoe, dog sledding, and native cultural trips in Maine and Quebec with Master Maine Guides Kevin Slater and Polly Mahoney.
Contact Person: Dave Conley
Street: P.O. Box 250
Postcode: 04424
City/State: Danforth, ME
Phone: (207) 448-2743
Fully outfitted and guided canoe trips in Maine 2-8 days-your choice. The Allagash is best for viewing moose and bald eagles while the St Croix offers lively whitewater. Enjoy a leisurely pace, comfortable campsites and great meals cooked over the open fire. Suitable for families and groups of all ages, no experience necessary. Trips in Canada on the Liard, Bonaventure, NE Mistassibi, and de Pas rivers for the more adventurous! Trophy Maine moose hunts offered during the fall with a high success rate on 50"+ bulls.
Contact Person: Gary W. Roberts
Street: 25 Edgewood Road
Postcode: 04106
City/State: South Portland, ME
Phone: (207) 749-1846
Fax: (207) 799-6834
Winter Wren Guides, LLC. Provides recreational, fishing, natural history, and sea kayaking program opportunities, including wilderness camping, hiking, canoeing, and fly fishing for salmon and native brookies.  Winter Wren Guides strive to present Maine's best, to share our love of Maine's great outdoors, to teach and model environmentally sound practices, and to facilitate fun, safe trips for all ages and experience levels. We specialize in elder programming.

Maine Wilderness Guides Organization, Augusta, Maine

mwgo@mwgo.org

MWGO
126 Western Avenue #155
Augusta, Maine 04330