Hunting Outfitters and Hunting Guides
Deer hunting in Maine is known for many different things.
The good side is heavy bodies many over the 200 pound
mark and large racks to top them off. The remote almost
endless woods with light hunting pressure. But on the
down side it also can be tough hunting if you don’t
know the area.
The area around my camps is no different there are a
few very large deer taken every year, but in all honesty
the majority of deer are spikes 4 and 6 pointers. What
I can say is most hunters over the last 2 years have
seen a buck while staying here.
Deer hunting has different meaning for every hunter,
some want to bring home some venison, a trophy rack
is what others are after, some for the experience of
hunting in Maine. Give me a call or send an e-mail,
I don’t want you to come here and be disappointed,
so lets discuss the possibilities of what your looking
I offer guided Maine deer hunts for bow and rifle, which
is a stand hunt I have stands and blinds, located on
deer trails scrape lines and rub lines. I will bring
you out before day light check on you around noon time
at which time we may move to another location if I feel
there is a better chance, At dusk I will pick you up
at your stand. In the past I have done still-hunting
and tracking with my hunters, but in my experiences
this is the hardest way to put a tag on a deer. We may
see more deer this way but most often the deer are moving
through the thick woods, and rarely provided a shot.
here to purchase your whitetail deer hunting license for