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Your New Brunswick adventure awaits

  You're sitting in your stand the breeze is warm and the fly's are buzzing around your head. You have been staring at a barrel for the last 4 hrs. it's the 2nd day of your hunt and its almost dark when it happens. You catch a glimpse of black behind the barrel much larger than before, your adrenaline jumps, as a black bear seems to just materialize at the bait, you calmly gather your wits and wait till he is pre occupied with the bait before moving to take aim behind the front shoulder and squeeze off a shot, the bear rips up the ground on a dead run into the forest and all is silent it is over as fast as it began. A moment later you hear it, the death moan and you know your animal is not far.


       This would be a typical Bear hunt. Most baits we hunt have been established for over 25 years and we start baiting as soon as the snow leaves ahead of the season opening and daily throughout the season. We hunt from Tree stands for archery and ground blinds for rifle. All shots are under 80yrds for rifle and 25yrds for Archery. Bear hunting takes place in the afternoon, leaving you to relax in the mornings you can fish, go trail riding with your ATV or ride around with the guide doing baits in the mornings. For bear you need to sit quietly without motion we recommend using a therma cell unit so the bear won't catch you swatting fly's.

To make this dream a reality Here are some things you need to bring with You.:

1)Firearm sighted at 50 yrds or Bow sighted at 20 yrds.

2) Ammunition/Arrows.

3) Camouflage clothing.

4) Bug suit or a Terma cell unit, we recommend the therma cell there is no net obstructing your view and it does not bother the bears.

5) Rain suit or Umbrella. We recommend the umbrella because they are much quieter.


7)Hunting chair.


9)A solid hunters orange vest and hat are required in the fall. 

Some other handy things to bring are a fishing pole and ATV. 

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3rte 585, Hawkins Corner, NB E6E 1M6, Canada



(506) 463-8102

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