Ironbound Outfitters has an high rate of
return hunting guest.
What if I have to cancel my
Your deposits are non-refundable.
To ensure that our hunting spots are filled we do
allow you to transfer your deposit to another hunter.
In addition, we can also hold your deposit for another
year in the event you cannot make it the year you
booked. All hunters are advised to procure appropriate trip
Will I see other
In many of our territories,
Ironbound Outfitters has exclusive rights to guide
non-resident hunters for the specific species we are
hunting. Although we are frequently alone in the area
being hunted, we may see other hunters as residents of
Newfoundland are allowed to hunt without a guide, providing they
have been selected in the game draw. Some of our hunts
take place at base camp, this can increase the
possibility of seeing other hunters since it's a
What are my odds of hunting
You should see numerous animals
and hopefully a "keeper". We cannot guarantee a kill,
however, once your animal is identified, the hunt is on
and our experienced guides will do everything in their
power to help you achieve success. We want you to get
your animal as much as you do. Our motto has been
"Your success is our success" for many years.
What is your payment
Ironbound Outfitters requires a
deposit of 25% to confirm your booking. A deposit of
$1,000 confirms your booking within one year in
advance of your hunt with 50 per cent of the cost of
your hunt payable by January 1 of the year you hunt.
The remaining 50 per cent is due 60 days prior to the start
of your hunt.
there power, and good, clean drinking
will be available at all of our base camps and our
remote hunting lodges. Good, clean spring water will
always be available. Shower/bathing water will also be
What is the walking like?
ground around our hunting lodges is very diverse. Many
of our hunters that has hunted Alaska, say that the
terrain and the landscape are almost identical. Open
marshes, wooded valleys, and lots of tangled undergrowth
in places. It is important to be in relatively good shape since 4
or 5 miles a day is not uncommon. Walking usually increases
your chances for the "big one".
Are non-hunters welcome?
Indeed, non-hunters are very welcome. There
are lots of things to see and do around our hunting
lodges. Great scenery and an abundance of wildlife for
those interested in photography, very diverse and unique
vegetation cover for plant lovers and of course, there are always
antler sheds around.
What is the weather usually
like?The weather in Newfoundland is changeable. If
you are hunting in the remote lodges, snow is a distinct
possibility throughout the hunting season. However, the
first week or two of season could also be 85° F. The weather
could also shorten your hunting days since heavy rain and fog is
also a possibility. It pays to be prepared for any
eventuality. Remember, "You can take it off, but if you
don't have it, you can't put it on".
you have a standby list?
we do maintain a standby list to allow us to fill in
for unforeseen, but rare, cancellations. If you want
your name on the standby list for a particular hunt,
simply phone or e-mail us and we will do our best to
accommodate your needs, although standby opportunities
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