Mike does it all around here: whitewater rafting guide, hunting guide, snowmobiling guide, and (perhaps most importantly) head brewer of on-site Kennebec River Brewery!
This year (my seventh with this outfitter) I returned to Northern Outdoors and had a very special year. I’ve always enjoyed hunting here, great stand locations, their food and beverages (brewery)are excellent. Add the camaraderie, hard working guides that are good people that know there business and Hunting in Maine doesn’t get any better.
Good things are happening up in the Moosehead region, where all the area tagging stations are showing an increase in numbers over the past few years. “Some tagging stations are up by as much as 20 percent,” said IFW wildlife biologist Doug Kane. “Kokadjo is up, and it has been like a desert up there the last few years.” Kane thinks that the region hasn’t rebounded all the way back for the harsh winters of ’08 and ’09, but “people are happy because they are seeing deer.”
Northern Outdoors recently launched an all-new, mobile-friendly website showcasing our expanded Maine hunting and fishing trip offerings. The first website was – well, the very first website ever for our hunting trips.
Established in 1976, Northern Outdoors has a 40-year tradition of Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunting from its lodge in The Forks. Northern Outdoors is a four-season adventure resort and winner of Yankee Magazine’s 2011 Best New England Adventures Award.
Moose Hunting Trip My son and I were in northern Maine for a moose hunt, 3rd one in 12yrs and this time we decided to stay at the Northern Outdoors lodge and I have to say that it was great. The logdominium was very clean and comfortable with good house keeping. The staff was very […]