Maine Black Bear Trapping & Bait Combo
Black Bear Trapping & Bait Hunt Combo
ALLOWED 2 BEARS!
Maine is the go-to destination for bear hunting in the lower 48. We have the largest bear population in the lower 48 and we are the only state that can hunt over bait, hounds, and trap the bear. We specialize in bait hunting and trapping. We do combo bait and trapping trips where you can take home two beautiful fall black bears and a lifetime of memories of the hunt and the beautiful fall Maine forests.
We guarantee every hunter 2 active bait sites that have been baited with quality bait from the start of bait season and no skimping on bait throughout. The baiting method keeps big bears around and works well. We run tree stands and ground blinds and can accommodate rifle, bow, muzzleloader, and pistol hunters.
We strongly recommend a 6-day hunt due to natural food sources and weather having big impacts on certain weeks. Our bait hunts start midday and go until dark each night.
On our trapping trips, we run game cameras and cable snares and check them first thing each morning to make necessary adjustments.
Base price is for combo hunt no Lodging or food. Add food & lodging for an additional fee.
Food & Lodging
Registered Maine guide and USCG lisenced charter boat captain. We offer a variety of trips from North Maine woods wilderness traplines, to the famous gunning of sea ducks such as common eiders, scoters, and old squaws on the rugged coastline. We run the highest quality of gear, are dedicated safe minded guides, and coast guard captains.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$1.10 Per Person
$1.10 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- One on One Guide
- Transportation During the Hunt
- 3 High Quality Meals a Day
- Guaranteed 2 Active Bait Sites
- Quality Bait
- Transportation to Tagging Station & Butcher
- Memories to Last a Lifetime
- Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
- Personal Hunting Equipment
- Maine Non Resident Hunting License
- Transportation to Camp (can be arranged)
Rules & Guidelines
Anyone who hunts wild birds or animals in Maine must obtain a valid hunting license. Hunters under 16 must possess a junior license.
All license applicants must complete an outdoor safety course.
Zones we guide in the order we suggest we apply 1,2,5,4 and can help trade for these zones.