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Guided & Semi Guided Maine Whitetail Deer Hunts

Hunting Maine's big Whitetails in November is one of the greatest and most rewarding hunting challenges in all of North America. Successfully matching wits with these nomads of the north woods is all about keeping up with where they are and knowing where and how they travel. In this vast wilderness, that means knowing where the "pockets" are, and in particular, knowing where the historical buck crossings & travel corridors are. 

Eagle Mountain Guide Service specializes in putting hunters in front of bucks whether you are a stand hunter, still hunter, or tracker. Hunting Maine  requires patience, persistence and especially trust  that you are hunting where the deer are. As the fall season takes over the woods, a buck's range up here grows to nearly 10 sq miles! That means that a particular  buck doesn't pass by any given stand or blind every day or maybe even every 3 days. Hunters need to trust that they are in an area or in a particular stand  for a good reason... and that's because multiple bucks have been tracked through that very spot. It is a proven buck corridor. At that point a stand or blind goes up. As I have always said, a crossing is a crossing is a crossing!  The most successful hunters are those who are patient & understand this concept. We cater to your style of hunting but we have found the most successful method is hunting from a blind or treestand watching known corridors.


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If you have never hunted in the big woods of Maine, we recommend our guided hunts. If you have hunted Maine before, we encourage you to return and hunt Downeast with us. The average 4 1/2 year old buck is in excess of 200 lbs. Many bucks are 250 and up! Maine's state record Whitetail field dressed at 355 pounds! The eastern part of the state where we are produces some of the biggest racks in the state.

December Muzzleloader season follows the November rifle season and this too is an exciting time to hunt.

During years when we have an exceptional mast crop, the bears are still up in Nov and we offer combo deer/bear hunts. Call for details on this exciting hunt.


Rates for Guided Downeast Maine Deer Hunts
Rifle, Bow & Muzzleloader

 6 day fully guided with meals and lodging.

3-on-1:  $1250  per person

  2-on-1:  $1450 per person  

   1-on-1:  $2250    

        November Combo deer- bear hunt:  (call for details)

3-on-1:  $1550 per person

2-on-1:  $1750 per person

1-on-1:  $2450 


PRICING INCLUDES: guide, lodging, 3 meals a day, transportation to and from your hunting area, retrieval of your trophy.

Guide tip not included.

$400 booking deposit required to book and hold a reservation. Deposits are non refundable, however if you have to cancel we will honor your deposit the following year.

Semi-Guided Downeast Maine Deer Hunts

This hunt is for those who prefer to hunt on their own without a guide, but want a place to stay and meals. This hunt includes, 3 meals a day and 7 nights lodging for you at the Wilderness Lodge. We will direct you to pre-scouted areas that we know typically hold deer and offer suggestions on where to place tree stands and how to hunt the area.  Ladder type tree stands are available for your use at the lodge. Master Maine Guide, Matt Whitegiver will personally go over hunting areas with you. 

Semi-Guided Rate

*$1,000. per person, minimum 2 guests (rate based on double occupancy) includes meals & lodging

* Rate applies to two or more persons. Tax not included. A 15% gratuity will be added to your bill for lodging and meals plan.

Please call ahead for reservations - Check in after 2 pm and checkout by 11 am. 

A 25% deposit per person is payable within 15 days of the reservation. Deposits are refundable minus a $25 service charge up to 60 days prior to your scheduled arrival date. Deposits are forfeited for late cancellations and for persons who do not accompany their party. You will be billed for your scheduled length of stay with no adjustments for late arrival or early departure.


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