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Mar 25, 2019 Tomah Mountain Outfitters - Maine

Tomah Mountain Outfitters - Maine

Tomah Mountain Outfitters

Joe Bowen

1152 Lakeview Rd.

Topsfield, ME 04490

Phone: (919) 820-2424

Email: tomahmountain@nc.rr.com

Bear Hunts

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. 

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May 6, 2014 Penobscot Outfitters

Penobscot Outfitters

Penobscot Outfitters

Tribal Lands in Maine

Spring and Fall Hunts



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May 6, 2014 Mid-Maine Outfitters

Mid-Maine Outfitters

Mid-Maine Outfitters




Spring and Fall Hunting on Tribal Land

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May 6, 2014 Matagamon Wilderness

Matagamon Wilderness

Matagamon Wilderness

Patten, Maine



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Mar 28, 2019 Maine Trophy Outfitters - Maine

Maine Trophy Outfitters - Maine

Maine Trophy Outfitters

Dan Wagner

310 Dickey Road

Allagash, Maine 04774

Phone: (207) 930-9663

Email: dwoutdoors@live.com

   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.

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Apr 2, 2019 Loon Lodge - Maine

Loon Lodge

Loon Lodge

Ray & Leslie Cooley

Email: loonlodgemaine@gmail.com

Other Contact Information:

Dec 1 - April 30:

PO Box 254 Bethel, ME 04217

Phone: (207) 745-8168

May 1 - Nov 30:

PO Box 404 Millinocket, ME 04462

Phone: (207) 745-8168

Bear Hunts

If you have been looking for a high quality successful bear hunt you need not look any further. Here at Loon Lodge we offer the best bear hunts in the business, we make every effort to make your hunt both SUCCESSFUL and ENJOYABLE. Our business is to get you your chance at a bear, because when it comes right down to it, YOU are our best advertisement.

The Allagash Lake Region is rich in bear habitat, mile after mile of roadless remote forests, miles from any towns or developments. We are the only guide and outfitter authorized to use this remote region. Because we have this control, we can manage the bear hunting to provide excellent hunting year after year. We have set aside our core area and do not even offer any hunting within nine miles of our lodge. This is what we call our bear preserve. Outside of that area we have over 300 square miles of area to run our bear hunts in. We rotate stands each week so that we do not over harvest any one area. Each week our hunters are guaranteed a fresh stand to hunt from that no other hunter has used whether you come the first week or the last. To assure our hunters a great hunt we have also set up numerous backup stands as a standby.

Another policy here at Loon Lodge is the limited amount of hunters that we will take in a season. We are not in the assembly line business of hunting. Because of this we have to turn away many hunters, but that is just what makes our hunts so successful.

Our area also has a lot to do with the success of our hunts. Vast areas of unbroken forests, big beech ridges, large cuts full of raspberries and blueberries and dark swampy bogs. There are no paved roads, power lines or developments to disturb the bears movement or habits. All this makes for the best bear habitat the state has to offer.

Baiting is another important factor in our success. Not so much as of what we are using, but the amounts that we use. In an average season we will use between 40,000 to 50,000 pounds of bait. Our stands are baited 30 days before the season (the maximum the state allows) and baited on a regular basis to keep the bears coming. Many of our hunters don’t just tell us about the bear they saw, but the number of bears they have seen.

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May 6, 2014 Fifteen-Mile Stream Lodge and Outfitters - Maine

Fifteen-Mile Stream Lodge and Outfitters - Maine

Fifteen-Mile Stream Lodge and Outfitters




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