Book Now for the Spring/Fall Black Bear Hunts for 2017-18
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We use cuddy back trail cameras at our bait stations
Hunt from comfortable tree stands.
Deep Country Lodge has been an Newfoundland Black Bear Outfitter in Canada for over a decade. Being a member of the Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitter Association we have guided sportsman from all over the world on black bear hunts.
This magnificent animal can weigh in at over 700 lbs. The Newfoundland black bear credits its size to eating massive amounts of meat, rather than vegetation, especially moose and caribou calves. These enormous animals can kill with one blow. Newfoundland has some of the largest black bear in eastern North America. We have killed the largest black bear ever taken in Newfoundland, with the skull measuring in at 21 11/16″. This qualifies for the Boone and Crockett all time record book and ranks it #9 in the world in Safari Club International.
We hunt the spring black bear over bait. With a modern 2500 square foot lodge with a 320 square foot covered patio. We are the only outfitter in this area. There is cell coverage at the main lodge and in most areas. Please go to to hunting camps page to view this new lodge. It is unusual to see the black bear in open areas in the spring. In the fall we stock the black bear as he is more easily seen feeding on blue berry patches on the open country and hill sides. We also hunt over bait in the fall. This is when these animals are at there largest, preparing to hibernate for the winter. We take two black bear hunters per week, but can accommodate 4 people in the same party. You can bring along your fishing pole and try for a sea trout, mud trout, or a land locked salmon. This hunt is sure to sell out. Don’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime to hunt for this magnificent animal.
We promise you will not be disappointed. The baited hunt provides an excellent opportunity for the avid bow hunter. We have had as high as 35 kills on the one bear stand. There will be different bears at every location. Hand held radios keep constant contact with your guide.