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|Wyoming - Barlow Outfitting||
Wyoming - Barlow Outfitting
PO Box 33
Phone: (307) 413-0726
Licensed by the Wyoming Board of Outfitters & Professional Guides: License #BG279
Barlow Outfitting offers Wyoming hunts, drop camps and horseback trail rides. We take pride in the level of unsurpassed service to our clients and the best High Country Trophy Hunts. To request a brochure, references and/or a price list, give us a call at (307) 413-0726 or contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to the opportunity of sharing our great passion and enthusiasm of the Wyoming wilderness with you.
At Barlow Outfitting, we focus on a quality Wyoming experience with a friendly western atmosphere. We are all Wyoming natives and when we are not guiding, we are enjoying everything Wyoming has to offer as we feel blessed to live here. You can always find us on our horses in the mountains, rafting rivers, trapping, team roping, scouting for next hunting season, and enjoying another day at "our office."
|Saskatchewan - Eastern Sky Guiding Service|
|Saskatchewan - Bear Pro Safaris||
Bear Pro Safaris
Outfitter: Kolby Morrison
Phone: (403) -793-1780
Bear area encompasses approx 36,000sq miles of northern Saskatchewan. Bears that we are hunting have for the most part never seen a human in their lives. Accessing areas that haven't been hunted for bears in many years, if ever.
Home cooked meals, world class fishing and the wilderness hunt of a lifetime. Peace and quiet of true wilderness along with some thrilling boat rides to and from your stands and camp. Bear Pro Safaris is a professional outfitter in every way, striving to give you the bear hunt/fishing adventure of a lifetime!
|Quebec - Pourvoirie Moselle Natakim|
|Quebec - Pourvoirie 100 Lacs Sud|
|Quebec - Pavillon Wapus|
|Quebec - Eastern Canadian Outfitters|
|Quebec - Bryson Lake Lodge|
|Quebec - Baera Forest|
|Ontario - Rainy Lake Outfitters||
Ontario - Rainy Lake Outfitters
Fort Frances, Ontario
Phone: (807) 275-7096
At Rainy Lake Outfitters we are outdoor enthusiasts ourselves. Having many years of local knowledge, we decided to put this knowledge to work. We designed and built a brand new lodge on the pristine shores of Ontario fishing waters; known as Rainy Lake. Our goal is to offer guests the desired vacation in Sunset Country they deserve.
Rainy Lake Outfitters is a small operation that is very flexible to guest requests. If you don't see what you are looking for on this site, just call and ask...we will do our best to meet your ideal vacation. There is really no need to travel any further from the US border for a great Canadian outdoor experience.
We are offering guests an excellent Canadian hunting experience at a very reasonable rate.
Give us a call at 1-807-275-7096
|Ontario - Call of the North|
|Ontario - Black Bear Adventures|
|New Brunswick - Nictau Lodge||
New Brunswick - Nictau Lodge
Nictau, NB E7G 3B2, Canada
Phone: (860) 463-6699
Nictau Lodge is one of the premier black bearhunting locations on the east coast of Canada! We lease over 350,000 acres of land and run over 70 different bait site locations all behind a locked gate system which limits access to those who carry access passes! Don't get this confused with high fence as there are none. This land is owned by lumber companies which lease land to use for the purpose of hunting.
Every stand (all new ladder stands) will be set for the clients weapon of choice and will have had trail cameras on them. Our clients are often impressed with not only the number of bears they see but the quality of the bears as well! When hunting for black bears with us at Nictau Lodge you will also get in some great fishing action on the Tobique River!
NOTE: If you tag-out early in the week and would like to continue hunting, we offer a second bear hunt for $1500 USD, all inclusive.
Nictau Lodge offers SPECIAL Group Rates. For more information contact us @ 1-860-463-6699 or use the contact form on our Contact page.
|New Brunswick - Henderson's Hunting Camps||
New Brunswick - Henderson's Hunting Camps
Skedaddle Ridge New Brunswick
Phone: (919) 820-2424
Welcome to the hunt of a lifetime! We provide transportation, lodging, meals, and a baited stand. Our guides take you out and bait your stand, track, drag, and quarter your animal. If you have any questions about what we provide or would like a list of things to bring, please call or email us anytime.
Henderson's is a family owned and operated company in . We pride ourselves in making dreams come true. The Skedaddle Ridge Lodge has been in business since 1957, but most recently it was partnered with Tomah Mountain Outfitters of Topsfeild, Maine. To learn more about Tomah Mountain visit tomahmountian.com.
Joe an Joseph Bowen have more than 30 years of guiding experience combined. We have a wonderful staff made up of over 100 years of guiding experience. Our meals are home cooked and our cabins are clean. We can not guarantee your kill, but we can guarantee 100% of our effort toward your hunt.
We keep well maintained bait sites that are monitored daily to ensure that we set you up on the biggest bears possible. Our tree stands are setup to your hunting needs and we can provide ground blinds in the event you can not or would rather not climb.
In addition to your bear or deer hunt we provide predator coyote hunting. Also, you can fish and ATV with the proper license. We want to make your stay the best it can be, so feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our Lodge.
|Manitoba - Trapper Mike's Outfitting Service|
|Manitoba - Silver Creek Outfitting||
Manitoba - Silver Creek Outfitting
|Manitoba - Riverside Lodge|
|Manitoba - North Mountain Adventures||
North Mountain Adventures
|Manitoba - Canadian Wilderness Outfitters||
Canadian Wilderness Outfitters
The best bear hunting in Canada is with the Canadian Wilderness Outfitters. The Canadian Wilderness Outfitters have been hunting bear in the Duck Mountains of Manitoba since 1996. The dense forested areas and rich agricultural land of the Swan River Valley provide the habitat and food source required to hunt the biggest trophy bears in Manitoba. If you’re looking to hunt trophy black bear or trophy brown bear, this is the Manitoba bear hunt for you.
SPRING OR FALL BEAR HUNT?
We hunt from mid May to Mid June then again end of August to mid September. When is the best time? Depends on your schedule & what you want in a bear. There is no size difference between a Spring bear skull and a Fall bear skull. However, there are major seasonal differences in weight and fur conditions. A bear can emerge in the Spring from its winter den weighing 30% less than it did in the Fall. While a bear dens he is living off his fat reserve. It is essential that during the Fall prior to denning a bear must gorge himself to put on all this extra weight. Therefore, that Fall bear can be huge due to this massive weight gain. Fur conditions also vary from season to season. Most hunters believe a bear’s fur is finest soon after den emergence in the Spring. That is when the guard hairs are the longest & the under fur the thickest. It is during the Spring that hunters must look at the condition of the fur carefully before shooting. Bears will scratch & rub themselves to help shed this heavy coat of fur leaving rubbed marks. A hunter may see a bear that has bare patches on their hind quarters or behind their front shoulders. A Fall bear fur will be sleek, dense, & shiny with no rubs. The benefit of being able to "look a bear over" while on a bait is that you can observe for the quality of the fur.
Manitoba Black Bears can come in "color phase" of brown, cinnamon and chocolate colors and as light as blonde.
Bear hunting requires some knowledge of bears, so we try our best to educate our hunters about judging bears for size, fur quality and sex. When you arrive we have "Bear School" where we discuss methods of baiting, hunting, recovering bears, our routine and the reasons for it, usual bear activity, how to judge bears, and most important the killing shot.
We access our areas by truck, quads and walking. Our stands are about 12-16 feet off the ground, or ground blinds that are between 10-75 yards from the bait depending upon what weapon you are shooting; gun or bow.
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|Manitoba - Baldy Mountain Outfitters||
Baldy Mountain Outfitters
89 Beaverbrook Dr Steinbach,
Manitoba, Canada, R5G 1L2
Phone: (431) 205-2503
Baldy Mountain Outfitters is located in the Duck Mountains of Manitoba, Canada and is one of the Hot Spots in North America for hunting trophy-size and color phase black bears including chocolate, cinnamon and blonde. This rolling, forested land is filled with lakes, swamps and streams and known for consistently producing high numbers of bears as well as bears with record dimensions. It also holds some of the highest color phase ratios in Canada. Baldy Mountain Outfitters has the largest hunting territory in the Duck Mountains at over 264,000 acres – an exclusive area which no other Outfitter is allowed to hunt. This is unlike some areas in Manitoba where Outfitters’ allocation areas overlap and are in competition of each other. With this low-pressure prime hunting area, Baldy Mountain Outfitters is able to provide a sustainable harvest of premium trophy and color phase bears.
This area in the Duck Mountains, previously owned by Tom and Debbie Ainsworth of Grandview Outfitters, had a legacy of producing trophy and color phase bears for over 30 years, with many repeat guests. The ideal landscape and virtually no pressure from local hunters also led to high numbers of bears consistently coming to the sites. Baldy Mountain Outfitters now owns and operates from this same area and long-established bait sites, plus has continued to expand its territory.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality of black bear hunting and bear harvesting in the industry while keeping it personal and conserving this rich resource for the future.
|Manitoba - All Terrain Bear Hunts|
|Manitoba (Whitetail Hunt) - Grandview Outfitters|
|Maine - Tomah Mountain Outfitters||
Maine - Tomah Mountain Outfitters
1152 Lakeview Rd.
Topsfield, ME 04490
Phone: (919) 820-2424
Joe Bowen has been a registered guide with the state of Maine since 1993 and has professionally guided hunters for over 20 years. He brings to each hunt the zeal and enthusiasm as if it was his first hunt, yet still maintaining the degree of professionalism and confidence that is necessary for those who are first time bear hunters.
Along with Joe, we have a guide team made up of some of our greatest friends and professionals in the industry. Also, two wonderful ladies that do all our home cooking.
?Your hunt will last 6 days with a very good chance of shooting your bear. Should you take your bear early in the week, there are many lakes and streams for you to enjoy some fishing. You can also coyote hunt at no extra charge. If your hunt is during the month of October, you can also grouse and turkey hunt in the afternoons (there will be a guide fee per day of turkey hunting).
?We take a variety of age groups, ranging from Junior to Senior hunter, and we will take anyone who has the proper hunting license and knowledge of hunter's safety.
|Maine - Penobscot Outfitters|
|Maine - Mid-Maine Outfitters||
Maine - Mid-Maine Outfitters
Spring and Fall Hunting on Tribal Land
|Maine - Matagamon Wilderness|
|Maine - Maine Trophy Outfitters||
Maine - Maine Trophy Outfitters
310 Dickey Road
Allagash, Maine 04774
Phone: (207) 930-9663
Maine Trophy Outfitters has over 500 square miles of completely undeveloped, exclusive bear hunting lease. That's over 300,000 acres... No houses, no paved roads, no power lines...just dirt roads, forest and BEARS . We are committed to providing you with the most memorable and rewarding black bear experience possible. Our hunts occur in the 3.5 million acre Great North Maine Woods, a controlled access, gated property (an area the size of Connecticut !) which contains the highest prime-age bear densities in America... We offer fully guided 6-day bear programs throughout the fall season.
The most popular technique in Maine, hunting from our ground blinds or tree stands over bait offers a perfect opportunity to observe black bears and harvest a beautiful Maine bear. Bring your bow or firearm of choice and sit at the most active sites in Maine!
Trap with Maine's best! With an excellent success rate, Maine Trophy Outfitters is home to the best professional black bear trapper in the country! Dan has snared nearly 1000 bears over the years, and can share the best tricks of the trade to help you catch your trophy.
Our 2019 hound hunting season consists of 7 weeks, Sept. 9 -Oct. 26 These hunts are limited entry for quality control purposes. We are confident you will have the experience of a lifetime.
|Maine - Fifteen-Mile Stream Lodge and Outfitters|
|Idaho - Richie Outfitting||
Idaho - Richie Outfitting
Richie Oufitting, Idaho
spring and fall hunting
Lion and Bear Hunting
|British Columbia - JN Outfitting|
|British Columbia - Ambush Outdoor Adventures||
Ambush Outdoor Adventures - British Columbia
Box 12, Site 2, RR 2
With an extensive guiding background in big game as well as fishing we are offering an awesome adventure on some of the best fishing rivers in southern Alberta. Our shallow draft, inflatable pontoon boat allows us to access some of the skinnier water not accessible by other boats.
We are now offering guided hunts in our Chilcotin BC Guide Area! Check out our hunts page for information.
We are experienced and professional, capable in all situations and most importantly we will make whatever adventure you are on an experience you will remember for a lifetime!
|Alberta - McKinnon and Co Outfitters|
|Alberta - Boss Outfitting|
|Alaska - Stikine Guide Service|
|Alaska - High Country Guide Service||
Alaska - High Country Guide Service
Phone: (907) 250-0768
High Country Guide Service is owned and operated by Matt Moskiewicz (Registered Guide-Outfitter #1319). Since 2000 Matt has made his living guiding hunters, fisherman, photographers, filmmakers, geologists, birders and other outdoor enthusiasts all over the Pacific.
If you are looking for a trip in Alaska that brings you to the finest hunting and fishing and guided by a real mountian man, then High Country Guide Service is for you. Matt prides himself on his totally custom made trips. A few things that set him apart from the rest is that he only books one hunter (or group) at a time which assures that all your needs can be met. Matt does all the guiding, you will never be stuck with an assistant guide. Matt is in the field year round so you won't be booking with one of those outfits that only operates 6 weeks out of the year and spends the rest of their time somewhere else. Trips are currently being booked for black bear (inland and coastal), grizzly and brown bear, Dall sheep, mountain goats, moose, caribou, predator hunting, trapping, waterfowl and wing shooting. Matt also offer's trips for non-hunters such as fishing, rafting, hiking, photography and wilderness expedition.
|Alaska - George Siavelis Master Guide LLC||
Alaska - George Siavelis Master Guide LLC
PO Box 26
Gila, NM 88038
Alaska Brown Bear hunting is the ultimate in North American adventure! Alaska hunting guide George Siavelis now specializes exclusively, on big brown bear hunting along Alaska’s Gulf Coast region. The streams in these areas receive heavy salmon runs, including all five pacific salmon species. The bears in these areas are as large as bears get anywhere in the world. Watching the largest carnivores on earth, aggressively hunting and catching salmon, often just 30 or 40 yards away, will get your blood pumping, and will not be forgotten easily. Hunting the great bears along these streams is very exciting in deed. A giant coastal brown bear is the ultimate trophy.
Alaska hunting guide George Siavelis has a U.S. Forest Service Priority Use Permit in the ChugachNational Forest, Cordova Ranger District. George lived, hunted, and trapped in the Alaskan bush year-round for many years and scouted many areas. George has chosen the best areas that he has found to hunt in. These game management units along the coast are indeed prime brown bear habitat and have very high densities of bears and produce some very large trophies. Recently the Alaska Board of Game has been taking steps to deal with the higher brown bear populations in some of these areas!
During the last few years, the focus has been on the fall hunts when the brown bears are concentrated along the small salmon streams. Consequently, more bears are seen at very close range. In fact, George likes to hunt right on what he calls the “salmon holes”, where the salmon congregate, and the big brown bears are actively fishing everyday. These coastal wet areas are lush, and rich in a diverse variety of wildlife.
|Alaska - Alaska Coastal Guiding|