Dave Conley of Canoe the Wild recently entered 3 photos in the Down East Magazine photo contest under the categories of life style, wildlife and landscape. Please click on the links below to cast your vote and thank you!

‘Swimming for Bass’ entered in the 2018 Downeast Magazine Photo contest. Please click here to cast your vote! Thanks!

DSC_8100

‘Moose during rutting season’ entered in the 2018 Downeast Magazine Photo contest. Please click here to cast your vote! Thanks!

DSC_5009

‘Fall Foliage in Danforth, Maine’ entered in the 2018 Downeast Magazine Photo contest. Please click here to cast your vote! Thanks!

DSC_5648

Advertisements

Maine moose hunting September 2018 season in WMD 1 with Adam and his father in law Kevin. It’s 24 degrees opening morning and nothing is coming to the moose call. Reading the situation right and getting in on a paired up cow resulted in a fine trophy moose for Adam. With over 97% success rate on 30+ moose hunts, Dave Conley, moose hunting guide and outfitter of Canoe the Wild offers guided Maine moose hunts from comfortable remote camps located in Wildlife Management Districts 1,2,4, 5 & 11 in prime moose country. All inclusive 2019 moose hunts are $4500.00 for you and your sub-permittee including meals, guide, private outfitter tent, transportation while on the hunt, significant day use and over night camping fees charged by the North Maine Woods, quartering and removing your moose from the woods (game bags provided), caping your moose for a shoulder or European mount.

 

October 2-4 with a private school group canoe trip here in Maine on the St. Croix River with Canoe the Wild. It’s not too early to start planning now for the 2019 summer canoeing season.  Canoe the Wild can assist you with your  custom family, private, corporate, scouts, youth group outings from 3 to 5 days in duration on the St. Croix and other Maine Rivers. Canoe trips and river tours make for great affordable Maine summer vacations. Canoe trips are fully outfitted and guided.

Six day Allagash canoe trip from Chamberlain Lake to Round Pond. Explored the artifacts of the Allagash Logging days including the trains and tramway near Eagle Lake. Chase Stream Rapids was a highlight for many while spotting a small bull moose on Long Lake was a highlight for others. Canoe the Wild offers guided Maine canoe trips for all ages in 2019 from 4 to 7 days in duration. Trips are fully outfitted and guided. Meals are fantastic and no previous experience is necessary. Visit our 2019 canoe trip schedule and let a Maine guide assist you on your next Maine canoe trip.

Our 5th canoe trip this month! this one guided by Tammi Matula. and Andrew Gibbs. The Allagash is our number one trip for spotting moose and other wildlife. Makes for a great Maine family vacation, choose 4 to 8 days, part or the entire wilderness waterway. Pictures taken by Tammi Matula. click here for Canoe the Wild’s 2019 schedule.

Another Allagash canoe trip with Canoe the Wild, this one from Umsaskis Lake to Michaud Farms, four days and three nights, just right for those looking for a short Maine summer vacation. A great trip for first timers and seasoned paddlers alike with lots of wildlife viewing opportunities. We spotted 7 moose, lots of eagles and loons. A guided Maine canoe trip provides a safe and enjoyable time. It’s not too early to start planning your Maine summer vacation for 2019 to include an Allagash canoeing adventure from 4 days and longer, visit our 2019 schedule here.

Four days and three night Allagash canoe trip. We spotted 6 moose. Allagash canoe trips  with Canoe the Wild make for a great short Maine family vacation. Many Fly into Bangor or Portland and rent a car spending 3 days at the coast at Acadia National Park  near Bar Harbor or in the Boothbay Harbor region taking part in Maine coast boat cruise, lobster bake and visiting the Mid Coast botanical Gardens before or after the canoe trip for a total of 8 or 9 days vacationing in Maine. Next available Allagash canoe trips are in 2019