NEWFOUNDLAND MOOSE HUNT HIGH SUCCESS 6 DAYS $5300 OR $5600 FOR A TROPHY HUNT 10 CAMPS 80 HUNTERS 76 BULLS
This family operation has several camps scattered over different areas of the island allowing them to take quite a few hunters over the course of the season.
Last fall they had 80 hunters take 76 bulls and a couple cows. 3 bulls went over 50 inches and overall the bulls would average 40 inch spreads. This price includes any helicopter flights to and from camp along with getting your bull to the processor. Just an FYI the outfitter pays about $2,000 in helicopter fees per hunter.
2015 produced 70 bulls for 78 hunters with the widest bull going 54 inches and the overall average at about 40 inches. 4 hunters decided to pass on smaller bulls.
In 2014 they had 74 hunters kill 66 bulls, 3 passed, 3 missed and 2 had no opportunity. Best bull went over 53 inches and a couple trophy bulls had 47 and 48 inch spreads averaging overall 40 inches. In 2013 they hosted 76 hunters taking 70 bulls and a couple meat cows.
6 day hunt guided 1×1 from mid September to late October is $5,300 plus $570 for license and 15 percent HST tax. Most camps have cabin accommodations with electricity, shower, and wood heat. Many camps require a helicopter flight or float plane to reach and this is included in the price. Hunters may be required to spike camp. Black bear can be taken on a $500 kill fee plus $120 license.
6 day TROPHY moose hunts are priced at $5,600 plus the $570 moose license and the differences could be more remote and more primitive accommodations.
HCU’s Bob Wodzisz and his wife Shoshana both took bulls with this outfit. Hunt MS94.
Doug Jallas took this representative Newfoundland bull on Hunt MS94.
Joel Javersak with a big bull taken on Hunt MS94
Hugh Grimmett with his good bull.
Mark Myers and his great bull.
Floyd Stambaugh with his nice bull.
Kevin Shafer with his nice bull.
Goirgio Petruzzieclo and his nice bull.