What to bring with you in order to maximize your time with us.


General Info: This is a spot-and-stalk-style hunt for moose in Newfoundland. Terrain ranges from sea level to 1,600 feet, and can be difficult in the “Newfoundland bog,” so make sure to get some walking exercise in before you arrive for your hunt.

  • Sleeping bag - lightweight down or synthetic warmth factor to 0 degrees
  • Duffle bag for taking your gear on the helicopter - we require you to transfer your gear to a soft-shell duffle prior to boarding the helicopter
  • Thermal underwear -- 2 pairs at least
  • Warm socks
  • Cabelas Windshear Fatigue Sweater - or similar
  • Warm hat with earflaps
  • Gloves -- insulated and waterproof
  • Good rain gear -- jacket, pants (Helly Hansen Impertech II is excellent)
  • Cabelas Extreme Weather MT-050 7-1 Parka
  • Two pairs of pants or bibs; (wool and\or fleece) - Cabelas Windshear lining is preferred
  • Warm, waterproof leather boots* with good ankle support (Cabelas Perfekt Hunters by Meindl - 10" 400 gr are excellent for this hunt)
  • Gortex knee high gaitors
  • Insulated knee high rubber boots* - not hip boots (e.g. Muck Boots, Lacrosse, Schnees, etc.)
  • Rifle - .300 magnum and up preferred with premium ammunition
  • Camp shoes for after hours in cabins
  • Binoculars
  • Range finder
  • Daypack or fanny pack
  • Camera
  • Flashlight
  • Personal prescriptions, sundries, towel
  • Disposable baby wipes or camp wipes for "bush baths"
  • If you have a satellite telephone, bring it
  • Gun case (softshell for Fly-Out Hunt)

(Note: For the Fly-Out Hunt, the maximum luggage is 50 lbs per hunter)


  • Stockingfoot chest waders (Simms/Loop are great brands)
  • Wader boots (felt bottoms recommended)
  • Fly rod (9’0” 8 weight recommended)
  • Large Arbor Fly Reel
  • Floating line
  • Fly Leader (6, 8, 10 lb test)
  • Non-weighted dry and wet salmon flies (Orange Bomber, Green Machine, Blue Charm, Silver Doctor, Thunder and Lightning are great common flies)
  • Fingernail clippers
  • Fly box
  • Fishing vest
  • GORE-TEX/waterproof jacket
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Bug spray
  • Sunscreen
  • Small day pack to carry personal items (if desired)
  • Flashlight
  • Camera is a MUST! (You will want to document this adventure)