Once you land in Gander you are met by the outfitters, and the adventure begins. You will have the option to drive to a location or to fly to one of three remote, modern log lodges. These camps are totally isolated and will accommodate only six hunters at a time. Each camp has private bedrooms, bathroom/shower, living room and kitchen. Black bear here are some of the largest in North America, with many weighing between 400 and 600 pounds. All bear stands are guaranteed active, and placement is excellent for both bow and rifle hunters. Moose densities here are the highest in the world. Your chance of seeing and taking a moose don't get any better than what this area has to offer. Woodland caribou are found in very few locations. Newfoundland has one of the largest populations, and many are considered "trophy class." In this area, scores of 300-350 B&C points are not uncommon. When it comes to hunting North America, Newfoundland is a treasure you don't want to miss.
Included in the fly-in package is air transportation between hunting lodges and town of Gander, packaging and cold storage of game and trophies, meals, prepared fresh daily by full time cook (no freeze dried foods nor "do-it-yourself" meals), accommodations at wilderness lodge, guide services, caping and trophy preparation, use of boats, motors, ATV's and license fees. Arrangements for licenses and tags are handled by the outfitter. No license draw system involved, thus licenses and tags are included as a component of your hunting package.
Newfoundland Black Bear Hunting #1
This outfitter haa a passion for hunting trophy caribou. They display a large collection of trophy woodland caribou antlers, of which, over twenty qualify for the Boone and Crockett World Record Book. Our talented and experienced guides will offer all the help which you may need in order to get your record book woodland caribou. Newfoundland has some of the largest black bears in the world! They hunt spring black bear over bait. It is unusual to see black bear out in the open during the spring. In the fall, they stalk, as the bears are easier to see while they’re feeding on blueberry patches on the open country and hillsides. Hunting camps are inspected annually by government inspectors. Each site has either a tent, cabin or tent camp base site. Tent camps have separate guest and guide quarters. You will enjoy three hearty meals a day that will include many varieties of Newfoundland food.