Newfoundland Moose Hunt 10226
This Newfoundland Moose hunt is a low pressure, high success operation. A typical moose taken here is in the 40 inch range but a recent expansion has increased potential for 50 inch caliber trophies as well. The population estimates for moose in Newfoundland today are between 120,000 and 150,000 animals, a very healthy density. As with most big game specie moose are most active at dusk and dawn and require a good deal of patience and stealthy hunting. The best time to hunt is during the rut which typically falls between late September and early October. Calling is effective in the rut and close encounters are not unusual. Not only are they a fantastic trophy but also prized for their meat which is excellent table fare. Most hunters will to to fly to Newfoundland. Shipping options are available for meat, antlers and capes. This hunt can be done form the comfort of a recently built comfortable lodge with all the amentieis of home or if you prefer oyu can do a remote camp. Camps are clean, comfortable, mobile tent sites. A typical site includes three wall tents. One for the hunters, one for the guides and a separate cooking tent. Sleeping tents have wood floors, army cots, propane lights, mattresses, wood stoves with plenty of dry wood, and each camp includes hot showers. They also provide all the needed equipment which includes canoes, boats, outboards, ATV`s or Argos. Whatever is needed to get the job done. Camps are also staffed with a full-time cook. Hunts run Saturday to Saturday with 5 actual days of hunting. Your point of arrival is St. Johns, plan an overnight and they will meet you and take you from St. Johns to camp on Sunday. The actual hunt runs Monday through Friday. A 10-day hunt can also be arranged. So too can a combo hunt as you can add Black Bear and or Moose to your Newfoundland Woodland Caribou hunt.