Maine Moose Hunts

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October 2017 Trophy

Trophy Maine Moose Hunts are available only to successful moose lottery permit holders. Each year Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife issues nearly 3,000 moose hunting permits through a lottery system. Permits are allocated by Wildlife Management District (WMD), season and gender. The permit application deadline is usually in Mid-may with permit drawing in mid-June.

Permit Applications & Moose Hunting Information can be found on Maine’s IF&W website.

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2017 Trophy

Our Trophy Maine Moose Hunts operate from Boulet Sporting Camps in northwestern Maine. View our Deer & Moose Hunting Lodging page for more information. Boulet’s is located in WMD 04 with easy access to WMD 08. Both of these wildlife management districts have very healthy moose populations and thousands of acres of remote hunting territory. We offer Trophy bull hunts in Zones 4, 8, 1, 2, 5, 3, 6, 9, 10.  WMD Map

Hunting with us is not a meat or typical “road” hunt, we target Trophy bulls with antlers exceeding 50″ spread. Our moose hunting strategies include calling, stalking and ambushing. Much of our time will be spent hunting wetland marshes, recent timber harvests and abandoned logging roads, inaccessible to passenger vehicles.

Moose Hunt permit holders are eligible to participate in our Grand Slam Package.

Guided Maine Moose Hunts include:

  • 1 or 2 Guides on each hunt, depending on hunter preference
  • 7 nights lodging at Boulet Sporting Camps
  • 3 meals a day
  • 6 day guided hunt – Monday thru Saturday
  • Transportation during the hunt
  • Trophy care and removal from the woods
  • Does not include North Maine Woods gate fees, hunting license, permit fees, butchering or taxidermy


2 guides on hunt – $6,000/week for permit holder, $750/week each additional person

1 guide on hunt – $4,500/week for permit holder, $750/week each additional person

Cow Only – October WMD 1, 2, 3 & 4 – $2,500/week for permit holder, $750/week each additional person

Book a Hunt today!!

Additional Fees


Hunting License – ($26 Maine residents / $115 non-residents) Hunters must purchase a Big Game license before arriving at camp. For hunting license information please visit the Maine Inland Fisheries & Wildlife’s website.

9% Lodging Tax

Gate Fees – ($30 Maine Residents / $50 non-residents) Hunters must stop and register at a North Maine Woods checkpoint.

Gratuities for your guide and camp staff are not included in hunt prices but greatly appreciated.

Moose1Suggested items to bring

  • Rubber Boots
  • Wool clothing
  • Wind blocking outer shell
  • Scoped gun you are familiar with
  • Spare firearm
  • Extra ammo
  • Daypack
  • Headlamp
  • Rain gear
  • Orange hat (required by Maine law)
  • Boot Dryer