Whitetail Deer

Whitetail Deer Hunting in NB, Canada

New Brunswick is considered, “The Sleeping Province of Canada”, for huge whitetail deer. It holds the record for the second biggest whitetail buck killed in Canada, scoring 199 1/8 net.

Having minimal amount of hunting pressure and heavy cover has allowed our whitetail deer to reach maturity.

We offer the finest possible chance of getting a trophy. Our success rate ranges from 30% – 50%. Average scores run from 125 – 140 net. It is not uncommon to shoot a 170 class buck. These bucks field dress between 180 – 250 pounds.

The mode of hunting whitetail deer is with portable tree stands. Hunting in the prime feeding and traveling areas. Shooting distance ranges from 50 – 200 yards. Hunting begins in early November. Temperatures at this time of year vary between 15° – 30° F early mornings, 30° – 60° F mid-afternoons, and 35° – 50° F late evenings.

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