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Hunting Moose in CanadaMoose Hunting in NB, Canada

Moose hunting in NB, Canada is done in late September while the bulls are in full rut. The temperature at this time of year varies between 30° – 40° F early mornings, 50° – 70° F mid-afternoons, and 40° – 50° F late evenings. Early mornings and late evenings are usually the most effective hunting times, as calls seem to carry better at this time. All hunts will be done by tree stand or ground blinds. Read More…

White tail deer hunting in canada

Whitetail Deer Hunting in NB, Canada

New Brunswick is considered, “The Sleeping Province of Canada“, for huge whitetails. It holds the hunting record for the second biggest buck killed in Canada, scoring 199 1/8 net. Having minimal amount of hunting pressure and heavy cover has allowed our deer to reach maturity. We offer the finest possible chance of getting a trophy. Our success rate ranges from 30% – 50%.  Read More…

Black bear hunting in canadaBlack Bear Hunting in NB, Canada

Come hunting Black Bear in NB, Canada where average bear sightings are 95% – 100%. Our bears are hunted over baits. These baits are checked daily. Having over 100 bait sites and relocating to virgin forest every two years gives hunters the best opportunity of scoring Boone & Crocket. Some permanent stand are available for all rifle hunters. Stands are 20 – 50 yards away from the bait: bow hunters stands are 12 – 22 yards away from the bait. Read More…

Hunting game birds in NB, CanadaGame Bird Hunting in NB, Canada

Grouse and woodcock are usually hunted in alder, swales and abandoned farms, which for many years have been the best place to find them. At times, you will come across 1 – 6 grouse in a flock. You could get up to 25 – 30 points for woodcock a day. Well trained dogs play a big part of your hunt. With your dogs, it is not uncommon 10 – 20 birds a day. Grouse limits are 6 per day; Read more…

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