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Find a Maine Guide and book a hunt for moose, black bear, deer, turkeys, coyotes, bobcats, pheasants, ducks... With over 400 guides listed you will find one for your specific needs. More links and information about each guides specific expertise will be added as it becomes available. This list includes fishing and recreational guides. Find Guides by WMD.
With links to over a hundred lodges, camps, cabins, cottages, and campgrounds find lodging throughout the state of Maine, make reservations for any Wildlife Management District.
Have your trophy done professionally right here in Maine. Links to 60 Maine Taxidermists.
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Hunt Trophy Elk, Buffalo, Caribou, Red Stag, Sitka Deer, Fallow Deer, Russian Boar, and other species.
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Hunting dogs make great companions. Beagles, German Shorthaired Pointer, Labrador and Golden Retrievers, American Brittany, English Cocker Spaniel, Weimaraner, Bluetick, English, and Treeing Walker Coonhounds can be found here.
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Links to usefull information on Maine's big game including Boone & Crockett and Pope & Young scoring and records.
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The Maine Hunters for the Hungry Program was founded in 1996 and its impact has grown steadily ever since. Maine sportsmen and sportswomen can play a major roll in game management while providing thousands of nutritious meals to hungry people across the state. The Maine Department of Agriculture distributes the donations to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and households with a medical need.
For more information, to donate, or to get connected to a Hunters for the Hungry participating meat processor near you call toll free, 1-888-4DEERME (1-888-433-3763) or visit http://www.maine.gov/agriculture/co/tefap/
Hunters for the Hungry Participating Meat Processors
The Stud Mill Road provides great opportunity for seeing game. On saturday I saw four deer, two moose, two bear a number of turkeys and geese with goslings. My bear video is below.
Back to my favorite spot along the Stud Mill Road. This guy was already on the powerline about 100 yards out ended up less than 20 yards before disappearing down a bank.
After a long winter, I'm looking forward to a little fishing.
Was down off the Stud Mill Rd again and saw this guy. I watched him forage for about a half hour untill he finally got down wind of me. It's a good size bear, been doing some rubbing. The other side is just the same. Rubbing is in preperation for the breeding season in July. He's putting his scent on trees to attract sows. I think he means business. He also walks with a gimp. He has a problem with his front left paw, maybe from a trap or a fight. I couldn't see it very well. I saw another bear, but he had seen me too, I was in the truck at the time. Saw two moose, numerous rabbits, partridge and chicks, turkeys and chicks. So a pretty good few hours.