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Hunting for Moose, Caribou and Black Bear in Newfoundland

40 Years Experience Hunting in Areas 21 and 67

Migule Mt Outfitters and Beaver Mt Camps have been operating for over 40 years. Started By Dave Toms in the early 60’s and now run by son Paul. Our knowledge of big game hunting will help to ensure a most memorable hunt and one that will make you want to return. Many of our clientele have been returning regularly for many years. Come as a hunter leave as a friend.

We operate a drive to lodge located in the central region of NF. You will have the opportunity to harvest all 3 big game animals (moose, caribou and black bear) in the same general hunting area.

Caribou Hunting Outfitters in Area 67

Migule Mountain Outfitters offers big game hunters the experience of hunting all 3 big animals (Moose, Caribou, and Bear) in one outstanding area. Area 21 (moose and bear) overlaps with Area 67 (caribou) to provide all 3 big animals in in one location. This offers great flexibility and the opportunity to take advantage of whatever encounters the hunt provides.

Hunting Outfitters in Newfoundland for Moose and Black Bear in Area 21

Success rates are steady at approx 90% for the past 15 years. Hunts are 5 days in duration in which hunters should arrive on Sun in order to start the hunt first thing Mon morning.

We hunt full days with lunches in the bush unless otherwise stated (guides will carry lunch for both). Our method of hunting usually involves spotting as well as a fair amount of walking through some rugged terrain (bogs, brush, streams etc). ATV’s are used for transportation to and from bush as well as for retrevial of game.

Caribou Hunting in Newfoundland

Pot Hill Area 67

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the confluence of Southeast Brook with Bayd’ Espoir; then following the coastline of Bayd’ Espoir in a generally northwesterly direction to the eastern abutment of the bridge at the northern most extremity of Bayd’ Espoirat UTM coordinates 591093 meters east and 5311893 meters north; then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to the eastern extremity of Pistol Lake; then following the northern shoreline of Pistol Lake to an unnamed brook at its northern extremity; then following the eastern bank of said brook in a generally northerly direction to Sandy Lake; then following the eastern shoreline of Sandy Lake to a brook at UTM coordinates 570183 meters east and 5392926 meters north; then following the southern bank of said brook to its intersection with the forest access road at UTM coordinates 576272 meters east and 5396968 meters north; then following this forest access road in a southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Chrystal Lake access road; then following the Chrystal Lake access road in a generally northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Lemotte’s Lake access road at UTM coordinates 597322 meters east and 5419515 meters north; then following this forest access road in a northwesterly direction to the southern abutment of the Abitibi Bowater Exploits River bridge; then following the southern bank of the Exploits River in a north easterly direction to its intersection with the southernmost abutment of the Sir Robert Bond Bridge, TransCanada Highway, TCH, Route1; then following the TCH in a southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Bayd’ Espoir Highway, Route 360; then following Route 360 in a generally southerly by southwesterly direction to its intersection with Route361; then following Route361 in a generally southwesterly direction to Southeast Brook; then following the western bank of Southeast Brook in a southwesterly direction to the point of commencement; excluding all offshore islands.

Moose and Black Bear Hunting in Newfoundland\

Rattling Brook Area 21

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the western abutment of the bridge crossing Rattling Brook along the TransCanada Highway, TCH, Route1; then following the western bank of Rattling Brook in a southerly direction to its confluence with Rattling Lake; then following the western and then southern shoreline of Rattling Lake in a south easterly direction to the stream at its southeastern extremity; then following the southwestern bank of this stream to the southwestern shoreline of an unnamed pond and continuing on in a southeasterly direction to a stream flowing from Upper Christmas Pond; then following the western then southern shoreline of Upper Christmas Pond in a southeasterly direction to the main channel of the stream flowing from an unnamed pond; then following the western shoreline of said unnamed pond in a generally southerly direction to a brook at its southern extremity; then following the southwestern bank of said brook in a southeasterly direction to its confluence with Lewis Pond; then following the southwestern shoreline of Lewis Pond in a southeasterly direction to a stream flowing from Little Dowd Pond; then following the southern bank of this stream in a southeasterly direction to Little Dowd Pond; then following the western, then southern shorelines of Little Dowd Pond in a southerly direction to a stream  at said pond’s southern extremity; then following the western bank of said stream in a southeasterly direction to Dowd Pond; then following the western, then southern shorelines of Dowd Pond to a brook at said pond’s southeastern extremity; then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to the eastern bank of the mouth of Great Gull River on the Northwest Gander River; then following the southern bank of the Northwest Gander River in a generally westerly then southwesterly direction to UTM coordinates 601894 metres east and 5368055 metres north; then following a straight line in a westerly by northwesterly direction to a small pond on the headwaters of South Great Rattling Brook at UTM coordinates 585800 metres east and 5370902 metres north; then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to the eastern extremity of Pistol Lake; then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to the eastern extremity of Island Pond; then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to the western bank of Great Rattling Brook at UTM coordinates 608314 metres east and 5420444 metres north; then following the western bank of Great Rattling Brook in a generally northwesterly direction to its confluence with the Exploits River; then following the southeastern bank of the Exploits River in a northeasterly direction to Beatons Point on the southeastern shoreline of the Bay of Exploits; then following the coastline of the Bay of Exploits in a southeasterly direction to its confluence with Rattling Brook; then following the western bank of Rattling Brook in a generally southerly direction to the point of commencement; excluding all off-shore islands

Q We offer guided hunts for Moose , Woodland Caribou and BlackBear and any combination of each.

All hunts are fully guided and include meals lodging, guides, and hunting licences
Hunts are 5 days induration, Arrive on Sunday and hunt Mon-Fri, Saturday is departure day from camp
Butchering and shipping of game and trophies can be arranged for hunters as well.

Additional Details

  • TYPES OF HUNTS:Cancellation Hunts, Free Range/Fair Chase Hunts, Spot and Stalk Hunts, Trophy Hunts
  • HUNTING HARDWARE:Rifle, Shotgun, Muzzleload, Archery/Bow
  • HUNTING LAND:Open Range, Public
  • HUNTING ACCOMMODATIONS:Hunting Lodge, Hunting Cabin, Tent
  • BEAR:Black
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  • CARIBOU / REINDEER:North-American Woodland
  • MOOSE:Eastern Canada
  • FRESHWATER FISH:Freshwater fish

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