About hunting in North America
North America has some of the greatest hunting and some of the finest game animals found anywhere in the world. Hunting opportunities in North America are tremendous and vary greatly from whitetail hunting in Eastern hardwood forests to elk hunting in high alpine meadows of the Rocky Mountains to mule deer in the deserts of Sonora to muskox in the Canadian Arctic. The success of North America’s wildlife management is attributed to the “North American Model of Wildlife Conservation,” which relies on money generated by hunters, through licenses and a surcharge on the purchase of hunting gear, for the funding required to conserve and maintain game animals. Under this model, game animals in North America have made a tremendous comeback over the past century and thrive throughout the continent in record numbers today. Because hunting in North America is managed at the state and provincial level, hunting methods, traditions, ethics, and laws are different from one region to another. For example, black bears may be legally hunted over bait in some states and provinces, are hunted with dogs in others, and can be legally taken only by spot-and-stalk in others. It’s crucial to study the laws and regulations of the state or province you are hunting in. Wildlife agencies in each state and province generally have excellent, detailed websites where the information may be found.
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2 Day Unlimited Hogs Hunt '19 United States
Arrive the evening before you hunt. 2 full days of hunting hogs in the river bottoms of Pea River. Fully Guided. Leave the morning after your last hunt. Number of hogs - unlimited!!
Trip duration: 2 days
Trip available on: 5 March 2019 12 March 2019
Remote Fly in Moose Hunt, Sep 29-Oct 6 Canada
We offer week-long guided moose hunts from our Newfoundland hunting camp located at Chucks pond. Our most common method of moose hunting is spot, stalk and calling. Newfoundland’s big game hunting season opens on the second Saturday of September. The moose number in our province are between 120,000 and 150,000 animals, with mature males weighing between 1000 and 1500 lbs. The rut begins throughout the last week of September and into much of October. Our hunts feature one guide per two hunters, with one-on-one guidance available upon request for additional $1000 USD. Our lodge at Chucks Pond is remote, public-free, with fly-in access only, and located in the pine martin ecological reserve. PACKAGE PRICE PER HUNTER: $5,500+$570 licence fee. A bear tag can be combined with any of our hunts. Once the bear is harvested a $500 trophy fee will be applied. Bear hunts are not baited and are incidental while hunting for moose or caribou. Non-hunters are also welcome at the lodge at a rate of $2,500 per person. Please inquire for available dates.
Trip duration: 8 days
Trip available on: 29 September 2019 6 October 2019
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