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Prime Rut Moose Hunt Available for Immediate Purchase!

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Dave Conley, full time guide, outfitter and owner of Canoe the Wild has a Maine moose hunting package available for immediate purchase! A new law recently passed by the Maine legislature allocates 50 moose permits to Maine sporting camps through a special lottery. We are working for a sporting camp that has a bull permit in Wildlife Management District 1 during the September season which is peak rut. In 2018, WMD 1 had the highest success rate of all the WMDs at 87% success rate on bulls! See report here.

Hunting package is $15,000.00 and includes:

  • 2 shooters, one moose (permittee and sub-permittee)
  • 6-day hunt
  • Private land owner access fees into the North Maine Woods
  • Meals
  • One on one guide
  • Quartering & removing your moose from the woods
  • Caping your moose for a shoulder or European mount
  • Game bags

Additional costs include:

  • Moose Permit ($1500.00)
  • Big game hunting license $115.00
  • For those that are flying to Maine verses driving, we recommend flying in and out of Presque Isle and staying overnight on both ends of your hunt at the Hampton Inn, transportation to and from camp is $200 each way (3 hour drive over tar and mostly good dirt roads)
  • If you choose to use a local butcher to cut up your meat, $500.00
  • Gratuity at hunter’s discretion

Visit our Website for fulls details

Maine Moose Hunting Map WMD

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Guided Maine moose hunting from remote outpost wall tent camp, Wildlife Management District (WMD) 4  September hunt in northern Maine, 2015. Contact Dave Conley of Canoe the Wild to discuss a remote Maine Trophy bull moose hunt in 2016, Maine moose lottery, and odds of winning.

What a privilege and blessing it was to take part in assisting this moose hunt for disabled veterans northern Maine! This special hunt was made possible by Paul House and House in the Woods and hosted by Smoldering Lake Outfitters in Bridgewater. Organizations supporting the hunt for disabled veterans include Am Vets of the Yarmouth Post, Alaska Healing Hearts, Peterson’s Outdoor Ministries and Hunters Helping Soldiers. In all 13 out of 15 took a moose. Several took bear while on hunts in the Lee Maine area and while at Smoldering Lake Outfitters. Numerous Maine Hunting Guides volunteered their time and services to the veterans. Let me know if I can assist you on your 2012 Maine moose hunt this fall, visit my website for more details at Canoe the Wild.

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Maine bull moose called in during the rut. The Maine moose hunt is a hunt of a lifetime so why not treat it as such? Hire an affordable Maine Moose hunting guide for your 2012 hunt. Dave Conley is  available to guide your moose hunt in zone 11 during the September, October and November seasons. Contact Dave to discuss great options for zones 1,2,3,4,5,6

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I’ve been paddling and guiding canoe trips in Maine since 1985 on such rivers as the Allagash, St. Croix, Machias, East & West branch of the Penobscot and Webster Stream. Visit my website at http://www.canoethewild.com/index.htmland please feel free to use me  as a resource to discuss planning your next canoe trip or moose hunt in Maine