Ironbound Outfitters has one of the best
success rates for Newfoundland moose hunting among
you ever seen a bull moose moving swiftly through the
forest? Would you like to see one? These huge
animals, the largest living members of the deer
family constitute one of Newfoundland's greatest
wildlife assets. The tourist, pausing with his family by a
Newfoundland lake, thrills at the sight of a moose
feeding quietly in the wilderness. The hunter,
escaping from the pressures of business and urban
living, finds solitude, excitement and the feel of the wild when
hunting for the mighty moose.
is the largest member of the deer family. Mature
males sometimes weigh up to 1500 pounds. Moose were
introduced to the province of Newfoundland in 1904,
and because of the excellent forage have increased
their numbers to 120,000. Many areas of the province
boast the highest moose densities in the world. A large bull moose,
standing higher than a large saddle horse and
sporting a massive antler display can be an imposing
and challenging quarry.
mating period for moose, considered by many hunters
the most successful time for hunting, runs from late
September to early November. Notwithstanding the rut
period, some of the very best times for hunting
moose is after the rut, during the latter part of November.
Newfoundland moose are classified as "Eastern Canadian."
Though generally smaller in body and antler size
than their Alaskan cousins, Newfoundland moose are
no less challenging to hunt.
experience can be yours by hunting with us during the
Newfoundland moose hunting season. At Ironbound
Outfitters we pride ourselves in thinking that we
have some of the best moose hunting available. Our
18 years of commitment and experience in offering moose hunting
& our history of happy guests speak for itself. Our
success story speaks well for us. It is our goal to
see that, you the moose hunter, will get the best
that can be offered. Your success is our
south coast lodges are held in moose hunting areas
that are accessible only by air. They are 40 to 60
miles to the southwest of the nearest highway. This
is a very remote Newfoundland moose hunting area,
there are no roads, no cabins, no hunting pressure.
We have held moose hunting permits for these lakes
for many years. The lakes we utilize have a proven
history of success. The only hunters seen in these moose
hunting areas are those hunting with the resorts that hold the
Newfoundland Moose hunting permits for the moose
On the lakes we utilize, our
hunting lodges are set up for 4 to 6 persons,
depending upon the lake. The lodges are fully
furnished. The moose hunting lodges are of ample size,
complete with washroom facilities, and showers. A good wood
stove is installed for heat. We furnish all the utensils,
propane cooking stove, Coleman lanterns, electricity,
saws, food, and everything else it takes to make a
good hunting camp. A completely furnished
Newfoundland Moose hunting excursion.
trips are run, weather permitting, at least once a week, usually
mid-week. If you kill a moose we will transport it
back to the meat market for processing. The moose transportation
to the meat market is included in our moose hunting
package plan. Processing is not included but is
professionally available in Corner Brook,
Newfoundland. They will process your moose to fit your needs
and instructions, and will be frozen and readied for your
you decide to join us for one of the greatest moose
hunting excursions on the North American Continent,
you will experience the many thrills of such a
wilderness trip. The helicopter / fly-in trip to your
remote Canadian lake, the daily plans and conversations about the
hunting, the frying of bacon and eggs over an early
morning fire, the thrill of spotting a moose, and the
jubilant return of hunters and guide with the prized
Mighty Moose of the North. We look forward to the
opportunity of having you as one of our moose hunters.
Newfoundland Moose Hunting at it's best . .
Moose Hunting in Newfoundland will be an adventure you
will remember for years to come.
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