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Bear*Moose*Grouse*Rabbit
Bear Paw Outfitters
Mike Roy
Box 451
Bathurst, NB E2A 3Z4
Ph 506-548-5157
           


Welcome to Bear Paw Lodge. We are the biggest and most successful bear hunting outfitter in northern New Brunswick, Canada. Our dense spruce forest is home to a very healthy bear and moose population. At Bear Paw Outfitters, we specialize in bear hunting. Unlike other outfitters, we limit the numbers in camp every week so our clients can expect unsurpassed high quality service and a "Top of the Line" hunt! We are avid bowhunters and understand what it takes to make an archery hunt a success. We also offer, on a limited number basis, a harpoon or spear hunt for bear.So if you are looking for a thrilling hunt then you owe it to yourself to "Come hunt with the Pro's at Bear Paw Outfitters.
Deer*Grouse
Tuckaway Cabins
Dan Bullock
6307 Route 8
Boiestown, NB E6A 1L7
Ph 506-369-1980
Ph 506-476-9988
Fax 506-369-9194
       
Welcome To Bullock's Lodge (Formerly Known as Tuckaway Cabins)
Creating The Best Atlantic Salmon Memories For Over 60 Years!
At Bullock's Lodge, our greatest gift is the Miramichi River. When you cast your line into our waters, you will be in one of the finest Atlantic salmon river systems in the world. Our private pools on the Main Southwest Miramichi in Boiestown, New Brunswick are among some of the most productive waters on the river.You may think we look familiar - been there before? That looks like Tuckaway.....same place, people and great service - just a new name.
Bear*Moose
Ugly Bear Lodge
Charlie Bourque
8012, Rt. 112
Hunter's Home, NB E4C-4K2
Phone 506-874-0373
Fax 506-386-2806
Costa Georgoudis
Ph 506-852-6284
Lodge 506-362-2608
           
Canaan Outfitters can accommodate up to eight (8) hunters per week and has been awarded a Four Star Lodge rating by Canada Select. Hunters packages include comfortable accommodation from Sunday to Saturday, enjoyable meals, guiding services, transportation to & from the Moncton Airport and transportation between the main Lodge and hunting grounds. Ugly Bear Lodge is modern - fully equipped with hot showers, comfortable dining room, relaxing lounge which provides satellite TV, VCR and stereo, and Games Room. We offer you an enjoyable and successful hunt opportunity so call today to book your spring or fall hunt!  Hunting the spring for black bear is probably the most successful. Bears are coming out of hibernation after a long winter and need to eat. Getting to a bear's taste buds is the best way to make him or her makemistakes. Forget trying to guess the weight of a bear. Especially in the spring. During the spring bears will look much heavierthan they really are. This is because an adult bear will be anywhere from20 to 30 percent lighter at this time. Bears can lose up 35 percent oftheir body weight during hibernation. A bear will be the same size as faras body structure.
Deer*Bear*Moose*Birds*Varmits*Rabbit
Hendersons Hunting Camp
Stephanie and Clarence Walton
57 Ashland Road
Ashland, NB E7P 1S7
Ph 506-375-4658
Fax 506-375-4389
           
Situated at the top of a mountain in the historic area called Sk.Our camp is a family-run organization and is always hospitable and clean. Our guides are professionals and they enjoy hunting. We thank you for your interest in our camp. We aim to please as we base a lot of our business on return clients. The camp has operated since 1957 and enjoys a great reputation. Success Rate Over The Past Three Years : White Tail Deer is 45% Deer Rifles, .30 cal or bigger, Black Powder, Bow...Size depends on the deer hunt. One Buck deer per hunter per season. Licences will be made available by outfitter.
Deer Licence = $206.79 CDN. Success Rate Over The Past Three Years : Black Bear 90%  Bear Rifles, .30 cal or bigger, Black Powder, Bow...Size depends on the bear hunt. Game Limit is One Bear per hunter per season.Licences will be made available by outfitter. Bear Licence = $184.19 CDN.
   
FISHING

Salmon*Trout
Tuckaway Cabins
Dan Bullock
6307 Route 8
Boiestown, NB E6A 1L7
Ph 506-369-1980
Ph 506-476-9988
Fax 506-369-9194
           
Our pools are located on the Main South West branch of the river all with in a mile and a half of camp. This adds to the convenience and pleasure of your experience as there are no long drives or unforeseen delays in getting on the water. We have modern jon boats and late model outboard motors to transport you to your destination. All of the pools have relatively easy wading and there own unique characteristics. Our typical schedule includes morning and evening with a break mid day for your relaxation. For your enjoyment we typically work different pools each session. It it also common to witness a bald eagle or osprey soaring over head or a doe and fawn deer grazing on the rivers edge. Don't forget a camera!
Salmon*Trout*Shad
Country Haven Lodge
Byron Coughlan
601 Route 118
Gray Rapids, NB E9B 1G9
Ph 877-359-4665
Ph 506-843-6819
Fax 506-843-9010
           
Of all the angling sports, is the most passionate among anglers worldwide. There really isn’t anything in the world more delicate then a dry fly slowly drifting in the current, or more powerful than a 'tug' from below the surface as the magnificant wild Atlantic Salmon hits your fly! Absolutely nothing can compare to the excitement of that very first taken on a fly. The Atlantic Salmon is a renowned world traveller, spawning in fresh water but spending most of it's life in the ocean. After one or more years at sea, the Atlantic Salmon returns to it's home river to spawn, in an extraordinary journey that may span more than 4,000 km of ocean. After spawning they again return back to the sea the following spring and may return to the river where they were born a number of times throughout their lifespan, each time increasing in size and strength, providing a greater challenge.
Trout*Bass
Hendersons Hunting Camp
Stephanie and Clarence Walton
57 Ashland Road
Ashland, NB E7P 1S7
Phone 506-375-4658
Fax 506-375-4389
            
  
Our camp is a family-run organization and is always hospitable and clean. Our guides are professionals and they enjoy hunting. We thank you for your interest in our camp. We aim to please as we base a lot of our business on return clients. The camp has operated since 1957 and enjoys a great reputation. We recommend booking early but we sometimes have last-minute openings.Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information
   
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New Brunswick Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

The white-tailed deer is a large animal, which varies quite a bit in size, depending on the particular subspecies (30 are recognized) and the region where it is found. In Georgia the adult whitetail deer's weight averages from about 70 to 250 pounds. Mature males are generally larger than females. The whitetail is an ungulate, or hoofed animal, with each foot ending in a cloven or two-piece hoof. The under parts of the deer's body are white with a white patch on the throat and another smaller band of white around the nose. The underside of the tail is also white. The upper body parts are colored reddish brown during the warmer months but in the fall, whitetail deer molt into their winter coats of dark, grayish brown. For several months of the year, male whitetail deer known as bucks are easily recognized by the presence of antlers on their head, which females, known as does, lack. Once in a great while female deer (doe) will also have antlers. It is the principal mountain deer, and is much more common in the high countryThis deer is tan or reddish-brown in the summer and grayish-brown in the winter, with certain areas remaining white all year round. Fawns are spotted with brown tails and a white underside. When sensing danger, the deer raises its tail – this is called ‘flagging.’ Showing this large white patch on the underside of the tail signals an alarm to other deer and helps a fawn follow its mother to safety. The white-tailed deer is the most widely distributed of North America’s large mammals. It can be found as far south as the southern tip of North America, and as far north as Great Slave Lake in Northwest Territories, Canada. It also spreads as far east as Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia to as far west as southern British Columbia. The deer is a great jumper and runner. It can reach speeds of up to 58 kilometres per hour. Like a cow, the white-tailed deer’s stomach has four compartments. This allows food to be processed more efficiently and means that the deer can feed on things that other mammals cannot process.


New Brunswick Hunting Outfitters and Guides Bear Facts

New Brunswick’s black bear population is currently estimated at more than 16,000 animals. Black Bears very good swimmers, fast in a run, have a very good sense of smell, their hearing is extremely good, but they are hindered by poor eyesight. Bear are active at all hours of the day, but are highly active at night. When very young, the cubs cry when afraid and hum when contented and are very competitive with each other with one of the siblings usually becoming dominant. They have few enemies other than man, but the one creature they fear the most is the Grizzly bear. Seldom do their territories overlap, but if encountered the Grizzly is given much caution and distance. The incredible strength and power of the Black Bear is often forgotten by people, because of it’s cautious and secretive behavior and the ability to travel very silently through the forest make most Black Bear sightings a surprise. The Black Bear ability to walk on the soles of its feet causes it to be referred to spiritually by First Nations as "the beast that walks like a man." During most of the year Black Bear are solitary, they pair up only during the spring/ summer mating season.Choice Black Bear habitat is a wooded area with shrub lands. Densities are greatest in mixed forests with various stages of growth, which provide the best combination of food and other seasonal living requirements. Omnivorous, Black Bear will eat whatever is available, but most of their food is vegetation, especially in late summer and autumn when berries and nuts are abundant. They often climb trees to feed on young shoots, buds, and fruit. They also prey on young Moose and Deer in spring, and they also eat small mammals, insects, and occasionally birds. Many bears living near settlements often scavenge landfills and dumpsites. Predators of Bear include male Black Bear (who after the mating have very little tolerance of other Black Bear), Grizzlies, and occasionally Wolves and Lynx. Originally ranging throughout most of Canada south of the tree line, the Black Bear now occupies about 85% of its former range, having been forced or removed from the southern and populated regions of most provinces.        


New Brunswick Hunting Outfitters and Guides Moose Facts

ape Breton Island population currently numbers about 5,000 animals. The mainland moose population is estimated at 1,000 animals or less. Aerial and ground surveys have been used to estimate the moose population.Moose have a life span of 15 to 25 years and the average moose weighs between 550 to 700 kilograms. Moose are the largest member of the deer family and the flap of skin that hangs beneath a moose's throat is called a bell. Only males have a rack of antlers. They are flattened and range from 120 to 150 centimetres across and weigh 20 kilograms. Their antlers may have as many as 30 tines (or spikes). Moose live in every Canadian province.Moose are very good swimmers and can easily swim 16 kilometres and Moose can run faster than 50 kilometres per hour. Having poor eyesight, moose rely on their keen sense of smell.A male moose is called a bull and a female moose is called a cow and the word moose comes from the Algonquin word mooswa, which means "twig-eater." Moose eat willow, birch and aspen twigs, horsetail, sedges, roots, pond weeds and grasses, leaves, twigs, buds and the bark of some woody plants, as well as lichens, aquatic plants and some of the taller herbaceous land plants. Moose can feed under water and they can dive more than five metres for food on a lake bottom. It is estimated that there are between 500,000 and 1 million moose in Canada. Moose are large even-toed herbivorous mammals, the largest of the deer family and Moose vary in size and shape. Their color varies from a little brown to a dusty black depending on the season and age of the animal. Calves, in comparison, are often a light rusty color. Moose have long, lighter-colored legs with the front pair longer than the hind ones. Other features include a long nose, drooping lip, hump at the shoulders and small tail. The flap of skin that hangs beneath the throat is called a BELL. Moose bulls weigh on average over 550 kg (1200 lbs) and females often more than 400 kg (900 lbs). New born moose calves weigh around 15 kg but quickly increase in size, around 300 or 400 pounds by its first winter.
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