This video was taken from a trail camera one night last year during moose season. I don’t believe this big bull was ever taken in 2012 so could be even bigger for the 2013 season. He is eating leaves and branches off a small maple tree along side a fantastic game trail we discovered deep in the north Maine woods but yet very accessible. Don’t forget to get your application in for the 2013 moose season. Apply on line at www.maine.gov/ifw/. Good luck with the drawing in June and don’t forget #9 is located in WMD Zone 6 where we guide Zone 3, 5 and 6.
Check out The American Hunter magazine, June 2012 issue. This is an NRA magazine. Max Prasac, hand gun expert, shot his moose with #9 and has some very honest comments about our guiding, lodging, meals and overall atmosphere.
William Clunie, writer for The Maine Sportsman, has stayed with us and has written on our Face Book.
Since we closed the lodge for the summer as we rode our motorcycle acroos the nation, we were not able to promote this year’s moose hunt. As such we only had one guided moose hunter. Ian was our 4th hunter from Hunt of a Lifetime. We called in a nice bull 15 minutes into the first day of our hunt. Ian made a super shot at 200 + yards. He was very happy with his 43 inch bull that weighed in at 785 pounds. We had a great time with Ian and his family and we wish him the very best.
Once again we were 100% in guiding our 3 moose hunters. Eric bagged his bull on Tuesday morning and Alan bagged his cow on Tuesday afternoon. Joe was our 3rd hunter from Hunt of a Lifetime. Joe was confined to a wheel chair and shot his rifle by sucking on a tube that activated the trigger. With extensive help and support from the Maine Wildlife and Inland Fisheries and Ashland, Maine neighbors. Joe bagged his bull on Thursday with 1 minute left in shooting time. We had a great hunt with Joe, his brother Dusty and Joe’s family. A special thanks to Tom Ward, Ashland warden service.
100%! We had 8 moose hunters who had opportunity
All of our guided moose hunters had the opportunity to take home the monster moose they were looking for. Our 2 biggest taken in 2012 was 54 inch spread weighing 883 pounds and 49 1/2 inch spread weighing 870.
80 % ! We had 5 moose hunters and filled 4 tags.
Relax and enjoy your hunt of a life time; Let us do all the planning before your hunt, guide you through the hunt and take care of all details after you have shot your moose. Our price includes (for 2 people) 7 nights lodging, 3 meals a day, all transportation during your hunt, guide service and the retrieval of your moose. We have butchers lined up, skidders available if needed and all the tools and experience needed to make your hunt unforgettable. We live year round in Bridgewater, we know the lay of the land, all the intertwined log roads and do all the pre hunt scouting.
Many 50” to 60” bulls with weights pushing 1,000 pounds are very common in Zone 6, 5 and 3. There will be three weeks of hunting this year and we are prepared to guide all weeks. We have had our trail cameras out since the first of May to get a feel for the moose concentration and track their activity right up to your hunt. We will be prepared!
If you prefer to do your own hunt, that is ok. We have cabins for you to rent with or without meal plans to meet your needs. You can also come up and stay with us while you do your own scouting. We can help you with directions etc.
Check out our Facebook page. We tend to post new pictures daily.
“We are very pleased, not only with our moose but our stay. You made us feel very much at home.”
We are located in the middle of Zone #6 and a quick 45 minute drive to Zones 3 and 5. You will see more moose than you ever could imagine. Skinning, cutting, etc. is NOT included. For more information about our Moose Hunts, give us a call or email us by going here.