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28 Responses to “How is the Rabbit Hunting going?”
Anybody interested in watching a sow with her newborn cub, go to http://www.wildearth.tv You can go back and watch her in labor and can hear the cub crying. Gives a view of her den in Wisconsin. Pretty neat! JIm
Thanks rocky mountain elk guide,where are you out of?
You must find some awesome sheds around your area. Always wanted to hunt elk. It is way up on my list.
ok everybody, may 14th is the last day to apply for the 2010 Maine Moose permits.Get’er done. then call and book with us. They had a great winter and the new state record is hanging close to one of our camps. Jim
Fish are biting and so are the black flies! Still have a few openings for the third week of Bear season. Also, construction of the new camp is well underway. The smell of varnish should be gone in a month or so. Load your 4 wheelers and come on up!……..Jim
Baiting starts this week, we have a couple new sites that we are excited about. Seeing bear already in the berries. Berries and apples should be gone by the start of the season. So they can concentrate on the doughnuts!
If anyone interested in trying it behind hounds, let us know. We may be exploring a new opportunity this year……Jim
Great season, everybody got their bear. already started booking for next season. Time to start getting ready for our moose hunt in Oct. Ready for a rest later this winter! haha…Thanks Kev for all the help this year at bear camp….Jim
Moose hunt less then a week away, got some trail cams of some good bulls.
For those of you staying with us next year, the new camp will be ready and is really starting to take shape. Antlers and bear rugs are on the wall and stove and stove pipe are all hooked up. Addition is built and ready to be finished off. Come smell the smoke of a good cedar fire…….Jim