Congratulations to the 2014 Successful Moose Hunt Applicants!
Charles Bates, Jr.
Penobscot Nation Donates Moose Permit
The Penobscot Indian Nation has generously donated a moose permit for the Fall 2012 moose hunt to “House in the Woods Military & Family Retreat,” a Maine organization that helps provides hunting, fishing, and other outdoor adventures for U.S. veterans and their families. Many of the troops that visit House in the Woods have been wounded in combat, and family members that come have often suffered the loss of a loved one.
“We are happy to be able to support ‘House in the Woods’ in their efforts to honor our veterans and their families that have sacrificed so much for the protection of our Country.” said Penobscot Tribal Chief Kirk Francis.
Penobscot Indian Nation is the ideal location
for a guided moose hunt in Maine
Penobscot Nation land encompasses over 130,000 acres of pristine and majestic Maine wilderness which are divided into 8 separate territories, and the Tribe has exclusive jurisdiction over the harvesting of wildlife within the boundaries of the trust lands. Click here for a map of our nation land.
Penobscot Indian Nation offers the peak time and
to hunt for the best moose Maine has to offer
General season opens during the peak rut: September 22nd - 26th, 2014 or
September 29th - October 3rd, 2014. Click here for full details.
This is your chance to hunt for state record quality
moose on beautiful Indian Nation land in Maine
1000+ pound moose are regularly harvested on Penobscot Indian Nation land including state record holders. Our guides put you in the best locations and give you the best opportunities for large moose during your fully guided 5-day hunt.
To get started on your potential dream moose hunt please download our bid booklet / application for details on how to get your permit for the 2014 season.
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