In New Brunswick, all non-residents are required to hunt
with a licensed guide. New
Brunswick has a draw system for black
bear tags, but if you hunt with King's Lodge
you do not need to enter the draw. Wally
is a licensed guide and he can purchase
the bear tags directly from the Fish and
Wildlife office when you arrive for your
hunt. The cost of a bear license, which
is good for either spring or fall, is
$184.19 (Canadian). Hunters must be at
least 16 years of age to hunt black
bear. All hunters born on or after
January 1, 1981 must show proof of a
Firearms Safety/Hunter Education course.
Hunters born prior to 1981 may show a
previous hunting license from your home
state as proof of hunting experience.
2013 Fall bear
hunts and 2014 Spring hunts are now being booked!!!
e-mail us for booking!!!
another big benefit of our spring and
fall bear hunts, after you bag your
bruin, we will treat you to some
excellent rainbow and brook trout fishing. This
guided fishing is provided at no
additional cost to you (except license
cost), so be sure to bring your rod when
you book a bear hunt with us !!!
New Brunswick also has a solid deer
population. The size of our deer is also
impressive, many of our mature bucks
have a body weight of 200 -250 lbs. Our
hunts are conducted by a combination of
hunting out of permanent tree stands as
well as spot and stalking. The archery
deer season runs from October 1, 2012 to
November 17th and our firearm deer season
runs from October 22, 2012 until
November 17th. Non-resident deer
license cost is $206.79 (Canadian)
2013 archery and
firearm deer hunts are available
so call now to book your hunt!!
New Brunswick has a very
abundant Moose population. Our moose
season is 3 days in late September. In
2012, the dates are Thursday 9/27,
Friday 9/28, and
Saturday 9/29. Hunting method will be a
combination of walking, spotting,
stalking, and calling. Our moose hunts
are 1 X 1 guided hunts and our success
rates are excellent. If you've
been lucky enough to draw a 2012 Moose
license, call us to book your hunt!!!
New Brunswick Moose Hunting
Non-Resident Fact Sheet
Non-Resident Moose Hunting in New
packages and prices include home cooked
family style meals, guide, and field
dressing and skinning of all game.
We can arrange butchering of your game
at a very reasonable additional charge
and we can also refer you to an
excellent local taxidermist.
All hunters entering Canada
with firearms are required to register those firearms at the border with
Canadian Customs. It is highly recommended that you fill out the proper
(909) from the Canadian government in triplicate prior to your
arrival at the border.
All firearms must be
transported in a case while in or on a vehicle. We strongly recommend
that you bring a soft case for transporting your firearm to your stand.
Additionally, all hunters should review the types of firearms allowed
for hunting in Canada. Generally most bolt, pump, semi-auto, and lever
action rifles are legal, however "military-style" rifles such as AR-15 or AK
type rifles are NOT legal for hunting in Canada.
are permitted for hunting in Canada and handguns may not be legally transported
The following links are helpful. Call us for
2013 New Brunswick Hunting Info Book
Non-Resident Firearms Declaration
Form 909 (.pdf)
From Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, the following people must wear a solid fluorescent
hunter orange jacket or vest and a hat of solid fluorescent hunter orange:
• Fur harvesters carrying a firearm.
• Licensed guides (while guiding hunters).
Jackets, vests and hats must be visible from all
2012/2013 Hunting Times
Shooting Hours (.pdf)
Directions to King's Lodge
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266 Post Road
Minto, New Brunswick,