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Hunting in the Western Maine Mountains

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Moose Hunts Bear Hunts Deer Hunts and Upland bird hunts with Dogs or without dogs

Moose are one of the largest game animals in America that you may get a chance to hunt.  It is truly a once in a lifetime experience to take a moose.  I have been guiding moose hunts since ’99.  Including a couple hunts myself, I have helped harvest 45 moose in that time.  In June 2012, I finished 2nd in the World Invitatioal Moose Calling Championship and tried again in 2015 for a 3rd place finish.

Generally, we will spend time calling and searching for moose in cuts.  The moose will be looking for love, food, drink and a place to rest.  We may walk a short distance or we may hunt close to the vehicles, the choice is yours. 

If you would like a more traditional hunt, be advised that a moose harvested deep in the forest takes a lot of time and effort to retrieve.  We will often hunt in areas we can still get a jeep or 4 wheeler in to assist with retrieval. 

We have hunted and harvested both cows and bulls in WMD’s 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 13 as well as in NH. I will consider guiding in other WMD’s for an additional fee.

I spend the 2 to 3 days prior to opening day, scouting for our hunt.  I want to be as successful as you.

A moose hunting permit is required in addition to a hunting license to hunt moose.  Permits are obtained through a lottery.  Feel free to contact me for WMD suggestions.  For more information on the Maine Moose hunt click here

Bob Harten 9-23-13 WMD 4 840lbs 53 1/2″ B&C gross 182 5/8 net 175 5/8
(At Ross Lake Camps)  
September hunts may be the most exciting due to the rut (WMD’s 12345611, and 19.) .  Calling can be very effective and productive.  We often go to the desired area and spend a fair amount of time calling.  These hunts are in the northern part of the state.  Lodging is either camping or a rented camp.                                                            

 bull hunts are very similar to the September hunts but often we move around more as the rut is often coming to an end. Lodging can be anything from a hotel room to a private cabin.

If you may be interested in hunting on your own the beginning of the week but be a potential secondary hunt once my main hunt is done, contact me and we can discuss some details

October Antlerless
moose hunting in WMD’s 123456 and 8 are cow only permits.  Do not apply for this season unless you are ok with a cow hunt.  We do our best not to harvest a cow that has a calf.  The hunting season is Oct. 25-30.  This hunt is during bird season and has its own challenges with additional hunters in the woods and the moose patterns changing.
  2021 Season Dates and Areas Open to Moose Hunting (subject to change)

September 27 through October 2, 2021 – WMD’s 12345611, and 19.

October 11 through October 16, 2021 – WMD’s 123456789101112131417181927, and 28.

October 25 through October 30, 2021 Antlerless Only- WMD’s 123456 and 8.

In 2021 there will also be a “Adaptive Unit” season. This will be on the west side of WMD 4. This hunt will take place over 3 weeks and is Antlerless Only. The dates are the weeks of October 18, October 25 and November 1.

Moose hunting by permit in:
WMD’s 7 or 8
Starting at $1250*
(First four days, then $250/day for remainder of hunt)

WMD 1 or 4
Starting at $1750*
(First four days, then $250/day for remainder of hunt)

Other WMD’s call for pricing.

*Lodging and gate fees not included.
**Hunt prices may vary, call for pricing and more information.

Matt Tinker – Master Maine Guide                                                 1026 Rangeley Rd                                                                          Coplin Plt. ME  04970                                                                             207-246-5604    or    207-570-8857

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