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Maine Guide Service

   This page is  for 2 special Maine Registered Guides  each with  their own field of  expertise.  The first is a Recreational  Guide ( yes, that is a Specialized Recreational Registered Maine Guide in outdoors and recreational activities )   His  name  is Mark Patterson , ask for him by name .  He   can offer   moose  tours,   Allagash and Saint John River trips, gereral wildlife tours ,, and guided tours into the  back country or local senic trips  into natures wonderland trips and  more .   His  email is   and  has a  website at 
   And there  is  my friend  who does  all the big game  hunting stuff  below, weather  your looking for deer  bear or moose.

Attention  PLEASE   , We are building Dave his own WWW  site, please  go see   for updated  infomation or click on his  LOGO picture just below


Use a  PROFESSIONAL. Maine Registered Guide  ( 207 343-0391 )   For DEER , Bear , & Moose



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      I now have a computer  and  email  capabilities   but  i  carry a  cell phone with me  25  hours  a day  , I answer all calls.   It  is   ( 207  ) 343 0391  
     I currently have openings for the  deer , bear & moose seasons and  last 2 weeks   bear season ( baited only in Sept .)     .

We have  very competive rates, you may be impressed !
      WE offer hunts for bow ,rifle and black powder. All Hunts are 6 day hunts which include lodging and home cooked meals. Full bathroom facilities are with-in the  lodge.. All you need  to bring is your rifle , sleeping bag and clothes. Your guide is with you 24 hours a day.
     For bear hunters we  have the leased  rights to about 18,000  acres for hunting and bear baiting, without competition from other hunters. Some of our bait sites (bear ) have been established for years, new ones added yearly. Our average stand heigth is 15 -20 feet.  Each hunter has his own active site. ( see 
JUST BEAR page below  )  Ground blinds are a  option for those that dont like heights.
    Our deer hunts are generally within a 10 mile radius of the lodge but  not  limited to just this area, we  go where the deer are moving.   Through personal knowlewdge of the  area , we  find that with such a  large  area  surrounding the lodge , that we  do quite well  locally.( see JUST DEER page below )
  Maine does have a  "anydeer ' permit lottery , this  might be of  interest to you  if  your willing  to take a "doe " on that  last  day.
     As for deer and moose it's a matter of knowing your hunting areas and selecting productive ones  !

     Moose hunting in Maine is by permit only ( moose page link below )

JUST DEER (takes you to HIS web site )

JUST MOOSE ( takes you to HIS web site )

JUST BEAR ( takes you to HIS web site )


Each November, Maine hunters tag more than 600 whitetail bucks that tip the scales above the trophy 200-pound mark. Bear hunting in Maine is the best in the East. The state offers a fall moose hunting season unmatched in hunter success anywhere in the nation, as well as world-class hunting for wild turkey, ruffed grouse, pheasant, upland game and waterfowl.

Maine is home to one of the largest of the 30 recognized subspecies of white-tailed deer. After attaining maturity at age five, our bucks can reach record live weights of nearly 400 lbs. Most adult bucks, however will normally range from 200 to 300 lbs live weight, and will stand 36 to 40" at the shoulder. Does are considerably smaller; they normally weigh 120 to 175 lbs live weight. Newborn fawns begin life at 4 to 10 lbs, but grow to approximately 85 lbs live weight in their first 6 months of life.   Deer have long graceful legs, enabling them to cover ground  up to 40 mph. White-tailed deer can live to 18 years, but few deer in the wild live that long.

Special Offer ... Call and tell Dave you saw this on the net , and ask if he is running his early booking discount , this will be based on Availibilty. I'm running this page for my friend  Dave ,a direct call to him at 207  343 0391 is your best bet .


if your going hunt in Maine Increase your chances of a trophy buck or bear or moose, use a PROFESSIONAL. Maine Registered Guide ( 207 343-0391 )

Moose facts..During Maine's fall hunting season, the average adult cow weighs 600 lbs (dressed) and the average adult bull weighs 800 lbs (dressed). Large bulls weigh over 1000 lbs, dressed. The total length of a moose is about 9 feet and height measured at the shoulder is about 6 feet. The front hoof width is about 5 inches for a prime bull, just under 4 inches for a cow, and just under 3 inches for a calf.  A bull's antlers spread rarely exceeds 65 inches and a spread of 55 inches is considered good. Antlers on cows are extremely rare...The average life expectancy is 8 years for a cow and 7 years for a bull. Moose may live into their late teens, but rarely live past 20.
Calves may have small buds by late September, yearlings may have spikes or small forks, and palms typically first develop in 2 and 3 year old bulls. Maximum antler development is obtained at age 5 and declines when bulls are in their teens.
       The Latin name for moose, Alces alces, means elk and in Europe and Asia moose are called elk. However, in North America, Alces species are called moose. Four subspecies of moose are recognized in North America. The eastern or Taiga moose is the subspecies found in Maine.
The  Moose Permit drawing each year is held about the second week of June. Applications for this lottery need to be  done fefore then   Results and other info  may be found at  Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife    


David Harris
P.O. Box 152
Abbot , Maine 04406

Phone: 207 343 0391