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We operate two hunting lodges in Northern Newfoundland. Both are less than 20 miles from the town of Roddickton, which has for years been regarded as the Moose Capital of the World. Government Wildlife Officials put the number of moose in this area alone at approximately seven thousand (7000).

Moose, Caribou and Black Bear

Our main lodge is located at Shoal Brook Pond and has a full time cook, four private rooms and two washrooms with hot showers. The lodge is accessible by a private ATV road and also by aircraft.

Our remote lodge is accessible by aircraft only and is located in the scenic Cloud River Valley, just a ten minute flight from Roddickton, Newfoundland.

Both hunting lodges are located in new hunting areas that have never been open to local hunters or other outfitters and we can offer you a choice of moose, caribou, and/or black bear, or a combination of all three.

We offer a standard 6 day hunt but can accommodate eight (8) or ten (10) day trophy hunts depending on your preference.


 



Late Season Hunt:

Late Season Hunting

We are one of the few outfitters on the island of Newfoundland that is capable of conducting a late season snowmobile hunt for moose and caribou. So if you want to add a little more adventure to your next Big Game Hunt, this may be just what your looking for.

 

Package Includes:

  • Accommodations
  • Home cooked meals
  • one on one (1:1) guide/hunter ratio
  • Transportation to and from lodge
  • Transportation of meat to butcher
  • Meals and accommodations while waiting for flight to remote lodge.

Personal Equipment Recommend:

  • High powered rifle
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Warm clothing
  • Rain gear
  • High waterproof boots
  • Binoculars and camera

How To Get Here:

  • By Road - Year round ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia and Port Au Basques, Newfoundland.
  • By Air - Fly to Deer Lake or St. Anthony, Newfoundland.
  • See Map (Click Here)

Mandatory Documents:

All hunters must have proof of citizenship when traveling to Canada. Each hunter must have proof of a safety course or a copy of the license that they have used to hunt in their own state or province.

Application:

For the convenience of our hunting guest we have provided a copy of the official big game hunting application published by the Department of Tourism for Newfoundland (Click Here)

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