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The last time you mounted something 50 inches on the wall it needed a remote.

Weighing up to 1,200 pounds, some with 50-inch spreads, there are approximately 120,000 moose on the island – the most concentrated population in North America. Rifle hunters can enjoy an established 85% success rate. And both bow and muzzleloader hunting is permitted.

Tag Yourself a Trophy Moose

Moose might not be native to Newfoundland and Labrador, but like many visitors here, they decided to stay. And they spread like wildfire.

These majestic beasts tower over the land, weighing up to 1,200 pounds, with numbers estimated at 120,000. That's the highest population density on the continent, making this the go-to destination for a hunting experience you won't find anywhere else.

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Moose Outfitters

The key to a successful moose hunt is a local outfitter. Outfitters act as your main point of contact before and during your trip, so be prepared to make long-lasting memories – and friends.

Our friendly, down-to-earth outfitters’ guides are the difference between a good experience and a great one. After all, they know this place like the backs of their hands. And they're bound to share a few stories over a drink and a hearty meal back at the lodge.

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Rules and Regulations

The best way to get the most out of your hunting adventure in Newfoundland and Labrador is by using a local outfitter. Non-resident moose licences are only available through a licenced outfitter. Hunters must be accompanied by a licenced guide to hunt big game.

Helpful Links

Information for Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers
Department of Environment and Conservation Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF)
Order a Traveller’s Guide and Map
Getting to Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland & Labrador Weather & Climate

Moose Packages

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Hunting Stories

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