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Black Bear Hunts in New Brunswick

Spring Black Bear and Fall Black Bear Hunts

85% Success Rate • 100% Sightings

Although the Spring bear hunt officially starts the middle of April, our first hunt is in the middle of May. The reason for this, is because there is still too much snow in the woods for proper baiting and a lot of bears are not out of their dens in April. The average adult black bear weighs anywhere from 300-600 pounds.

Approximately 30 sites are maintained. These baits are started three weeks prior to the hunt and re-baited daily. All baits are located within 20 miles radius of the camps. We also encourage the hunter who has a four wheeler to bring it along to participate and travel with the guide daily to visit all bear bait sites.

There is a limit of 6 hunters/week

After booking your bear hunt you may apply for a non-resident moose license through the computer draw, and if successful come back in the fall and hunt with us for free.

Moose Hunts in Canada

On average, an adult Moose stands 4.6–6.9 ft high at the shoulder. Male Moose (bulls) weigh 840–1,540 lb and female moose (cows) typically weigh 440–800 lbs.

Moose Tag available. Includes a 5 day (1 on 1 guided hunt)

Cost of license $660

Non-Resident Moose Draw:

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application.

There are two options to obtain a non-resident moose licence.

1. Some outfitters or guides apply for a non-resident moose licence through a computer draw. These licenses are for sale to non-residents.

2. A non-resident may apply for a non-resident moose license though a computer draw. If successful they choose their outfitter or guide.

To apply for your non-resident Moose application, click here.

Meals & Accommodations

Dave Winchester’s Sporting Camps is located 45 miles from Houlton Maine, in the heart of Beautiful New Brunswick Canada. The total land and water area of our Province is 28,150 square miles, over 80 percent of which is made up of forests, providing us with the very best bait sites for Bear. We work very hard to make our establishment, your ultimate Black Bear hunting destination. Our staff is friendly, and will go to great lengths to make your bear hunt enjoyable. For those who would like to relax with friends and take in some sight seeing, we also offer guided ATV excursions in the summer months. Come join the thrill, and experience the hunt of a lifetime!

All meals are home cooked (breakfast and supper) and lunches are provided after the evening hunt.

Accommodations consist of five large private camps, cook-house and shower facilities.

All camps are self contained and equipped with solar-powered electric lights, electric fridge, propane stoves and are heated by large wood stoves.

Also on site is a fire pit, outdoor BBQ and a screened in gazebo with picnic tables.

Q Spring Black Bear Hunting Packages in New Brunswick

Spring Bear Season:

5 Day Hunt
2795.00 US currency per person
plus license and applicable taxes

Rifle, Compound, Long or Cross Bow
May & June

Q Fall Black Bear Hunting Package in New Brunswick

Fall Bear Season:

5 Day Hunt
2795.00 US currency per person
plus licence and applicable taxes

Rifle, Compound, Long or Crossbow
September

Additional Details

  • TYPES OF HUNTS:Cancellation Hunts, Charity & Challenged Hunts, Cull/Meat Hunts, Trophy Hunts
  • HUNTING HARDWARE:Rifle, Muzzleload, Archery/Bow, Fishing Rod
  • HUNTING LAND:Open Range, Public
  • NUMBER OF ACRES:28,150 square miles
  • HUNTING ACCOMMODATIONS:Hunting Cabin, Blind
  • BEAR:Black
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  • MOOSE:Eastern Canada
  • FRESHWATER FISH:Freshwater fish, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

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