Hunting Trips in Maine

Buck walking in the woods

Maine hunters tag many bucks that tip the scales above the trophy
200-pound mark.

Hunting Trips in Maine – To learn about hunting license requirements, bag limits and other details for in-state and out-of-state residents, please visit Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Note: NEOC is not responsible for providing visitors the proper licensing/documentation.

Call 1-800-634-7238 to ask us about the current hunting conditions and to customize your perfect Maine adventure!

Hunting Trips in Maine – Special Lodging Rates – Special Rates extended to Hunters, Available Only During Hunting Season

Lodging with NEOC at Twin Pine Cabins on Millinocket Lake

Small Cabins (for 4 People) – $100 per night

Large Cabins (for 6 People) $149 per night

Premium Cabins (for 8 to 10 people) $249/night

3-bedroom Twin Pines Lodge (sleep 6 – 8) for $249/night

Weekly w Meals

$429 (4 people)

$429 (6 people)

$499 (8 people)

Weekly w Meals Dbl Occ

2 Person

$579
4 People

$819 6 People

$999

 

(All prices are per person)

 

Guided Hunting Trip Rates

Hunting for: Whitetail Deer, Moose or Bird. NO Bear Hunting.

Hunting Trip

Guided Hunting Package Private hunting with own guide for 1 week, 1 week lodging and all meals.

1 Person

$1999

2 People

$1199
Daily Guided Hunting

Private hunting with own guide for 1 day. Includes a bag lunch.

1 Person

$250

2 People

$175
(All prices are per person)

Whitetail Deer: Guided Hunting Hunting trophy whitetail deer in Maine is one of the most challenging hunts available today. Hunting these big whitetails takes commitment, dedication and the spirit of a true hunter. Increasing numbers of deer, access to thousands of acres of private land and quality accommodations make NEOC the perfect choice for hunting whitetail deer. You may hunt on your own or from our stands. With a lot of hard work, a little luck and a steady hand, your name may be added to those who have met the ultimate hunting challenge — the trophy whitetail buck.

Birds: Guided Hunting During the course of the year, Maine is home to many Woodcocks, Canadian Geese, Snow Geese, Mallards, American Coots, Redheads, Crows and other migratory game. At New England Outdoor Center we offer guided or non-guided wilderness area hunting trips featuring great landscapes for both walking and driving. Increasing numbers of game, access to thousands of acres of private land make hunting for waterfowl and birds in Maine, a remarkable and challenging experience.

Our guided partridge hunting and whitetail deer hunting experiences can be combined to maximize the success of your hunting adventure.

Moose: The New England Outdoor Center offers lodging for people doing moose hunts in the Katahdin region of Maine. According to Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Maine’s moose population is estimated at 29,000. The average statewide success rate for bagging a moose is over 80%. Every year, several moose exceed 1,000 pounds dressed weight. Trophy racks are not uncommon. More information on obtaining a Moose hunting permit is available at Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Web site.

 

 

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