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  • 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.

  • There is a place that we like to call ‘caribou country’. Where herds of these mighty beasts cross bogs and barrens only to slip silently into the woods. Silently, that is, except for the snap of tree branches as they bend and twist, allowing enormous antlers to squeeze through the brush. 

  • 4 Mar 2016 by Guest Blogger in Hunting
    Region: Central

    Home to over 10,000 black bears, Newfoundland and Labrador is truly bear country. That's one of the highest concentrations in North America, featuring some of the largest skulls in the sport. 

  • Let me begin by thanking you and everyone else involved for an extremely memorable trip.

    I found out I won the Great North American Moose Hunting Sweepstakes on August 14th. I remember this date because it was the same day I found out that my dominate right eye had suffered a permanent loss of vision.