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Moose hunting

I am interested in applying for a moose permit in New Brunswick and possibly Ontario and anywhere else in eastern Canada that I can reasonably access by vehicle from New York state, can anyone help me with suggestions as to where to go and how to apply. Thanks in advance

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Location: new brunswick
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Moose hunting

for the new brunswick draw go to http://www.gnb.ca/0078. from there you can access the non-resident moose draw. you dont need to pick a zone while applying,you can choose where to hunt at time of license pick up if your successful in the draw. as for where to hunt lets see if your picked in the draw before we talk areas to hunt because theres alot of great spots around here.hope this helps Thumbs up

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Location: West Carleton, Ottawa, Canada
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Moose hunting

Try Ontario or Quebec. New Brunswick has good hunting but VERY limitted number of non-res tags.

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new brunswick only gives 100 non-residnet tags yup Thumbs up

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Location: ontario
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Moose hunting

Neewfoundland is great moose hunting as well if you're willing to travel.

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Re: Moose hunting
Cappy wrote:
I am interested in applying for a moose permit in New Brunswick and possibly Ontario and anywhere else in eastern Canada that I can reasonably access by vehicle from New York state, can anyone help me with suggestions as to where to go and how to apply. Thanks in advance

We have a NB bear outfitter that offers a free moose hunt to any of their bear hunters who draw a moose tag. The only costs are the tag and some fuel money to do the hunt, everything else is free, well except the price of the bear hunt

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Location: Manotick, Ontario, Canada
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Moose hunting

In Ontario, non residents must hunt moose through an outfitter. They have an allocation of adult tags that they sell you as part of your package cost. You arrange your tags with the outfitter, and don't have to enter a draw. For example, two hunters may get one bull tag and one calf tag.

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Location: Melvina, Wi.
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Moose hunting

I've been going to Ontario since moving south from AK in 98-this fall I'm taking 5 other guys with me- must have an outfitter- not guides but must go through an outfitter as stated above- they have tags--can get any different number of tags but price of hunt depends upon number of adult and esp bull tags- for 6 guys we have 2 bull- one cow and 3 calf tags- never have filled all tags but in 5 trips i've shot 6 moose.I like party hunting and also fact that outfitter we use supplies- transport(air) to lake, cabin, boats, motors, gas, and sauna--it's not a trophy hunt like AK or BC but fun and a great learning experience for first timers- best bull I've shot was 48" nice but no real giant--Price is als reasonable.

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Ontario is amazing for moose hunting. Most outfitters I think youll be quite satisfied I know a great outfitter if youd like the name drop me a line.

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