Black Bear Hunting in Maine
Weatherby’s Maine black bear hunts provide top quality Registered Maine guides and exclusive access to thousands of acres of timberland in Washington County – the eastern most county in the U.S. Our Maine black bear hunts are full service and are over baited and maintained sites on private land. Accommodations can be full service with meals or housekeeping where you provide your own meals and cleaning. In addition to our Maine black bear hunting, opportunities exist to explore our numerous lakes and ponds for smallmouth bass, pickerel or wild brook trout and to fly fish Grand Lake Stream for landlocked salmon while you are not hunting or in the event you tag your bear early in the week. If you hunt Maine black bear at Weatherby’s, you will not be disappointed.
Rates: Full service, seven nights lodging with all meals provided, five days of guided hunting – $2100 plus tax and gratuity.
Housekeeping, seven nights lodging with no meals provided, full kitchen facility and five days of guided hunting – $1300 PP for three or more; $1600 PP for one or two plus tax and gratuity.
Bear permits not included in rates. 2016 non-resident big game license with bear permit is $189. Licenses sold at camp. Must have proof of prior license or valid hunter safety card to purchase Maine license.
2016 Maine Black Bear Season Dates
Week 1 – August 28 arrive through September 4 depart
Week 2 – September 4 arrive through September 11 depart
Week 3 – September 11 arrive through September 18 depart