Introduced to the island in the late 1800’s, this impressive animal has become highly populated throughout Newfoundland. The island of Newfoundland has the highest moose concentration over any area in North America with conservative estimates at around 110,000. Our hunting areas have a high population density; this is reflected in our success rates which are between 85-95%. Normally, the rut begins throughout the last week of September and continues nearly to the end of October.
Our most common moose hunting method is spot, stalk and calling. Our guides are quite knowledgeable in their field and work hard to ensure that you have a successful hunt. The big game hunting season opens on the second Saturday in September, two weeks prior to this is for bow hunting only. During the rifle season hunters can hunt with rifle, black powder or bow.
A bear license can be added to a moose hunt for the cost of the license. When a bear is harvested; a trophy fee will apply.
Hunts at the fly-in lodges are one on one guiding.