Along With Us!
If it's bear you want- we got plenty- so bring along
your gun or your bow and take one back with you.
are located in prime black bear country, right on the north slope
of the Long Range Mountains, Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula.
It is where that the dense boreal forest of the lowlands gives way
to the berry covered barrens of the open tundra.
fall this natural habitat attracts a high number of bears that feed
on the plentiful harvest of wild berries that grow in our area.
With time running out and winter setting in , a large number of
those animals usually hang around and settle into dens that they
dig along the edge of the tree line. Each year when spring breaks,
there's a new bunch of hungry bears on our doorstep starving for
a good meal. "This is where we come in."
Stands/Drop Off Zone?
We have set up a line of baited tree stands close to the den
locations so that at the first sent of spring there is going to
be the irresistible aroma of a feast that no hungry bear can resist-
compliments of Moose Country Adventures. We bait all our stands
on a daily basis until the spring bear hunt is over, then once a
week until fall.
add to the number of bears in our area we also encourage the Wildlife
Service to use our area as a drop off zone for trouble bears that
they pick up during the summer from all around Northern Newfoundland.
the big game hunting season while flying it is not uncommon to count
50 or 60 bears in an around this area feeding on berries and the
remains of moose and caribou. .
is fantastic bear country and due to the high number of animals
our success rate is one of the highest in all Newfoundland. It is
also an accepted biological fact that the Newfoundland black bear,
due to its isolation and extremely favorable feeding habitat, normally
outweighs its North American cousins by as much as 20 % relative
to its age. 400 pound adults are common in this area with animals
in the 500 to 600 pound range considered trophy. The size of your
kill usually depends on your will to outwit the one you really want
to take home..
only do we have some great bear country, but this is also a great
area for fishing. Northern Newfoundland is known to have most of
the productive Atlantic salmon rivers in the world. It is also one
of the few places where it is still possible to catch brook trout
up to 5 pounds.
usually offer the best opportunity for bear hunting so there are
hours left in the day to take advantage of fishing. We have a number
of excellent salmon rivers and trout filled lakes within a short
driving distance of the lodge. For some extra R and R we can take
you to some good salmon holes where you can test your fly fishing
skills challenging our feisty and often temperamental Atlantic salmon
or we can take you into our pristine lakes for great trout fishing.
We offer a standard 6 day hunt and a 10 day trophy hunt and
we can tailor a hunt to suit your schedule. Our main lodge is located
on a lake in pristine wilderness surroundings with access being
by private road. Our accommodations are top quality, with private
rooms, hot showers and a full time cook. The lodge is suitable for
husband and wife groups and we welcome female hunters. Non hunters
are also welcome Hiking, sightseeing, deep sea fishing, iceberg
and whale watching can be organized. For those less active types
you can settle down with a good book in the solitude of the wilderness
or if it comes to the worst just curl up in a chair and watch satellite
The extra cost for extra activities would depend on what you
choose to do.
6 day black bear hunt ----$2600.00
All tax & license fess
Meals & accommodation
Pick up at the airport in St. Anthony
$800.00 for a non hunter
Butchering and meat shipping extra.
Moose Country Adventures
P.O. Box 309
TEL: 709 457-2947 FAX: 709 457-2942
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