Maryland • Whether you hunt with a bow, shotgun or muzzleloader Schrader's has the spot for you. We hunt thousands of acres on Maryland's Eastern Shore in Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot and Caroline County also in Kent County Delaware. These farms are under the Quality Deer Management Association (QDM) and harvest from one of these sites can be a doe or a buck that has an antler spread of 16″ (roughly the width of the ears) and 8 scorable points or more. Our properties offer a wide variety of hunting terrain including: swampland, deep woods, marsh and open grain fields. All areas are heavily populated with whitetail deer. These areas have everything a deer needs including feed, cover, water and the security that comes from light hunting pressure. The deer are provided with standing corn, soy beans and a wide variety of clover and grasses, as well as regulated feeding stations. Join our Trophy managed club consisting of multiple farms for the season. We offer small groups exclusive deer hunting
Green Lake • Hunt Whitetail Bucks in Saskatchewan bush /wooded areas! Average over 150 with 170-190 class bucks. 70% return clients. Be comfortable and warm at a great lodge and have an awesome trip with great guides!
Maine • We are located on the borders of zones 14 and 17 for your moose hunts. We do spike camps or can rent camps in other zones. On your hunting day we will hunt and visit areas that have been scouted by your guide and call moose.Hunting deer can be tough in the state of Maine but if you put in the time you can be rewarded with a real trophy. We will put in the time scouting for you and put you on stands that have deer activity or spend the day still hunting or float a local river or bog.
Montana, United States • Montana State offers a combination license; with Cody Carr's Hunting Adventures you are able to hunt a Rocky Mountain Elk in combination with a Mule Deer OR White Tail. Our hunts are lodge style hunts on 2.5 million acres of Federal/State and a small percentage of private land. It's a spot and stalk hunt on foot with the option to use horses. The lodge is anywhere from 15min to an hour from the start of your hunt. -Archery season starts the first Saturday in September and runs five weeks. *MT does not allow crossbows to be used during Archery season. -Rifle season ends the Sunday after Thanksgiving and runs five weeks backwards. Typically starting the last week in Oct and running through that Sunday.
Marietta • Come and join us for 5 days of giant whitetail hunting, with these hunts we will provide you 3 meals a day, lodging, stands that have been prepared and that are ready for you to hunt, plus we will drop you off and pick you up. When you arrive the day before come early and the evening hunt is on us, if the season you are hunting is available.
Torch River • This exclusive guiding area encompasses 140 square miles of the very best Whitetail habitat in northern Saskatchewan. Better still, the territory is situated beside the ~no hunting allowed~ Candle Lake game preserve. This guiding area has been well managed in the past but also under utilized. We are committed to trophy quality and work hard at proper deer management. We also own the trap line in the outfitting area which allows us to maintain the wolf population. Hunts run November and first week of Dec each year.
Maine, United States • Deer hunts will focus on the week of the 15th of November for guided hunters but camps can re rented in advance anytime. If you are Lucky enough to pull a Moose tag in units 4, 8 or 9 call us, we know where the big bulls are! Moose hunting is very successful. we also rent camps for Moose and Grouse hunting throughout the varied seasons. Deer hunts for Northern Maine giants are conducted in November. We offer fully guided deer hunts at $1200.00 and semi guided $550 per hunter per hunter. We have many faithful hunters who consider our camp "theirs". Bear hunting over bait has always been a Russell Pond specialty. The season starts the Last Monday in August every year. We have exclusive bear baiting rights on about 430 square miles and maintain over 100 bait sites beginning as soon as the law allows. This gives bears the greatest time to establish a regular feeding patterns.