Here are a few of the animals harvested so far this season...
Brian Cohen from NH with his Fallow Buck and son, Ryan.
Maine Guide Dave Corrigan and Ryan's Management Stag, Sept. 8
Dan Dooley, from Chesapeake, VA
Dan Dooley, from Chesapeake, VA phone 1-757-439-1661; E-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan just sent me these kind words re: his hunt............................Thanks Dan!
My time at Hindsite was worth absolutly every penny of what I paid. You have a totally professional outfit. It was almost like I went to the old TV show "Paradise Island".
Mark Luce and his guide were absolutely great in taking care of everything. They picked me up picked up at 8:00 AM. We went to the preserveve, checked, and zeroed my rifle. Went into the preserve, went to the blind,and settled down for the morning. Twenty minutes later, I saw a white fallow deer move into the area like a ghost making no noise. Then a herd of red stags moved through, I could not get a shot without hitting two or three of them. Then after three hours, I bagged my stag. If I had died then, the mortition couldn't have gotten the smile of my face.
My wife really like the way the meat was butchered, bagged, and marked.
Glen Rawls(right), Guide Tom Holt and Glen's son Lane with a Fallow Buck Aug. 2007
Dave Lewis and son Peter from VT with thier management stag.
Arnold Goldschlager's from CA with his 14 point trophy Stag
Here are a few words from Arnie:
I would like to thank you for providing an excellent hunting experience during my recent trip to Maine.
Your professionalism and hospitality was appreciated from the beginning of the booking interview to the receipt of the trophy/meat.
The number and quality of the Red Deer exceeded my expectations.
The guide (Jay Farris) that you provided was knowledgable, helpful and fun to be with.
The retrieval & field preparation of the trophies was fast, clean and efficient.
The handling of the meat and the rapid shipping was much appreciated.
I have never seen any outfitter provide the antlers so quickly and in such a clean condition.
Your helpful advice regarding Maine tourism allowed me to plan and execute an unforgettable holiday on the Maine Coast.
I have hunted six continents including several game ranches. I cannot recount the numerous problems that I have encountered.
My experience with you folks at Hindsite was flawless.
Since i really enjoyed watching the pictures and the comments I would also like to post some pictures with stag trophies hunted in Europe. I only have 3 now but I will add some more soon. All the stags have been harvested in Romania.
Thank you for sharing these pictures...they are great!
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