Wall tents sleep four comfortably. Bring ear plugs. If it rains the tent can be pretty loud, and heck, some of us old guys snore!
The bunks are full sized and include a pad for comfort.
There's plenty of room to stash your clothes and gear beneath the lower bunk.
A successful harvest, soon to be food.
Nearby our primitive camps we have a processing station set up with propane fired freezers, a generator and well. Vacuum sealed bags are provided if you want to fully process your harvest and freeze it before departure.
Advice on handling and cooking of bear meat, rendering of bear lard and use of the hide and other parts is provided. Needless to say, hunters
Mounted on a rock as old as the continent, overlooking a river once used for log driving.
This camp is almost bug free due to the daily thermals drawing wind up the river and past the open rock. The large swarm of dragon flies help too and its fun to watch them hunt the bugs out in front of the porch.
Autumn in Maine is beautiful. Bear season opens on the last Monday in August and extends for a few weeks into September. A riot of wildflowers grace the open fields and maples begin to show yellows and reds.
Bear hunting is done in the afternoon till dark, so the mornings and days are open for other activities including:
* Fishing for trout and salmon in local lakes and rivers.
* Guided hikes to th
A very nice bear leaving the bait.
The fur is typical of early fall. Cold weather is yet to arrive so the hair 2-3 inches and very sleek. No rubs or bald spots on fall bear. This makes a great mount or rug.
There is room for the head in the barrel, but this is not a good position to shoot because the vitals are blocked. Wait till he stands on all fours.