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Guided Hunting Adventures in the Pristine Wilds of Western Newfoundland, Canada. We offer two lodges that are only 60 and 80 miles from the Port aux Basques Ferry. Both lodges are fully equipped with electricity, hot showers, double rooms with linen, a fully equipped kitchen and an in-house chef to provide hearty home cooked meals and field lunches.

We share your passion for big game hunting and are proud to offer our guests an unforgettable Newfoundland guided hunt and wilderness experience. All guides are fully licensed and have many years of guiding experience. We are committed to providing outstanding guided hunts with high success and great service and accommodations.


The province of Newfoundland and Labrador is praised by sportsmen the world over for it's natural abundance of trophy Black Bear, Moose and Woodland Caribou and unparalleled wilderness surroundings. The island of Newfoundland has a temperate climate, similar to the US states of Maine and Massachusetts. Winters are generally mild, with an average temperature of 0 Celsius (32 Fahrenheit). Summer days range from warm to hot with an average temperature of 20 Celsius (72 Fahrenheit).


Newfoundland has the highest density of moose per square mile in the WORLD (120,000 – 150,000). Moose are found in mixed boreal forest with abundant cover. Moose feed on and around bogs, barrens and harvested forest areas.


Moose Hunting in Newfoundland, Canada offers demanding sportsman the following:
  • A hunting success rate of 90% or better each year!
  • The opportunity to harvest magnificent trophies that fall within the 35 – 50 inch category.
  • A unique Canadian moose hunting challenge for sportsmen of all skill levels.


Western Newfoundland is the premier bear hunting region, endowed with one of the densest populations of these black beauties. The current population is estimated at 14,000 or above, many weighing 300 – 600 pounds.

We boast one of the highest success rates in the region at 95% success. Hunting is over our many active baits and is done mainly from well-built platforms about 12 – 15 feet high or from ground blinds for the more adventurous. Expect great success with bow, rifle or blackpowder.


The wide-open caribou laden barren land of Newfoundland’s Southwest coast is a vast area covering hundreds of square miles riddled with caribou and other big game. In some areas the land is rolling, nearly treeless tundra covered with moss and lichens. This is the last great wilderness frontier of Newfoundland and this is the home of the majestic Woodland Caribou. These trophies lend themselves to hunting with bow, rifle and blackpowder.

Newfoundland remains the only place in the world where you can hunt the majestic Woodland Caribou. Approximately 50,000 woodland caribou roam the pristine wilds of Western Newfoundland.

The success rate for our guided caribou hunt consistently reaches an incredible 90+%. Sportsmen may expect to harvest superior Pope & Young and Boone & Crockett trophies that weigh in at an impressive 400 – 500 pounds. Our area is still open to hunting these unique trophies.


We will tailor your Newfoundland guided hunting excursion to the number of days you have available, the choice of species you want to hunt and we’ll do it at a very competitive price.

All Newfoundland guided hunting packages are booked with a guide ratio of 1 to 1. In the event a group size is seven or larger, the guide ratio may need to be 2 to 1. We also offer the opportunity to fish for Newfoundland’s large Brook Trout and Atlantic Salmon. Fishing is restricted to Spring & Summer.


BLACK BEAR … Last week of May --- First week of July
MOOSE … Mid September --- Late October
WOODLAND CARIBOU … Mid September --- Late October
FALL RIFLE SEASON … Begins the 2nd Saturday in September
ARCHERY-ONLY SEASON … Last Saturday in August --- 2nd Saturday in September
FISHING SEASON … All Spring & Summer


  • Hunters arrive at camp on Sunday
  • Hunt begins Monday morning (Bear Monday PM – Saturday PM)
  • Guests spend up to 5 full days of hunting (Bear 6 days)
  • Check out time is Saturday morning (Bear Sunday morning)
  • Free pick up and drop off at Deer Lake or Stephenville airports


P.O.Box 8111
Portsmouth, NH, 03802
Tel/Fax: (603) 431-8761


This site maintained/promoted by revised January 5th 2020