OverviewNorth View Hunting & Fishing Lodge is in the center of New Brunswick's Big Game Wilderness with over one million acres of hunting area!
Deer - Bear - Coyote
Our Deer, Bear, Bird Hunting or Coyote Packages licenses are available on site (NOTE: A New Brunswick Outdoors Card is now required to purchase licenses). We hunt on 2,000 square miles (5,000+ sq. Km) of controlled-access land. Our success rate runs from 80-90% for Black Bear!
Rifle or Shotgun? Modern or Traditional Bow? Crossbow? (excluding fall bow-only Deer), Muzzle-loader? The choices are endless and the adventure runs high on over 2,000 square miles (5,120 sq Km) of controlled-access land. You've got 5 action-packed days to hunt the well baited Black Bear territory that delivers a 90% annual success with many Boone & Crockett Bear taken. Home-cooked meals, expert guides and sleep-easy accommodations get you conditioned for the hunt of your life. Gate fees and transportation to & from the hunting areas are included in your price.
Spring Bear, Coyote, Bush Wolf Season: May 4 - June 13
Fall Bear: Sept. 1 - Nov. 7
Deer Rifle Season: Oct. 26 - Nov. 21
Deer Archery Season: Oct. 5 - 24
Our Moose hunts are by random draw, and include a one-on-one guide. Your license is purchased from the Province at the time of your successful draw. Our success rate for Moose hunting averages 90%
New Brunswick has a healthy and growing Moose population. We boast a 90% success rate and 100% client satisfaction. Moose hunts are made by random draw and include a one-on-one guide, country-fresh home cooked meals, five nights lodging, gate fees and transportation to and from your hunting area. (Licenses are purchased from the Province at the time of your successful draw). Taxidermy and meat preparation services are available and we recommend you bring large sealable containers for transporting meat.
Season: Sept. 22-26
Grouse, Woodcock and Duck hunting is excellent. Known primarily for big game hunting, the Province of New Brunswick also offers excellent upland bird and waterfowl hunting. Surprisingly, New Brunswicker's do not spend too much time hunting Woodcock, preferring to hunt the speedy Grouse! The woodcock is an elusive little game bird that frequents the many wooded covets found in our area. New Brunswick is located directly in the migratory flyway so migrating birds add to the numbers of "local" birds found here.
In addition to Grouse and Woodcock hunting, we offer excellent waterfowl hunting as well. Geese and Ducks frequent area waterways and a good variety can be found. Bird hunting can be arranged as a principle outing or in conjunction with big or small game hunting - we will design a package to suit your tastes. As is the case with all our packages, price includes lodging, home-cooked meals, gate fees and transportation to & from the hunt site. Licenses & taxes are extra.
Season: Oct. 1 - 21
We offer fishing for Smallmouth Bass and Speckled Trout in rivers and streams. This is not offered as a separate "package" but unguided fishing is available for spring bear hunters. New Brunswick boasts the best Trout waters in the east and we now lease Dead Water of 3 brooks which provide excellent Speckled Trout fly fishing!
Bass Season: May 1 - Oct. 13
Trout Season: May 15 - Sept. 15
Our lodge is equipped with hot water, showers, flush toilets, electric heat, double and bunk beds. We serve home cooked meals in our log cabin dining room with big screen satellite TV for your added enjoyment. Arrival at camp is Sunday afternoon and depart Saturday morning.
Give us a call to discuss your next hunt, we look forward to hosting you!
Listing Location And Tips
North View Hunting and Fishing Lodge
240 North View Road, North View, NB, Canada
240 North View Road
North View, New Brunswick E7G 2K1
All Listings By This Outfitter
- Bear - 5 day from $3,500 to -
- Fall Bird - 5 day from $1,600 to -
- Deer - 5 day from $2,000 to -
- Moose - 5 day from $5,000 to -
A non-refundable $500 deposit is required to confirm your booking.
Sporting Dog or Service Animal Policy
Border Crossing: There are NO hand guns or fully automatic weapons allowed into Canada. Your firearms and other items of value should be registered with U.S. Customs on your way into Canada to ensure a smooth crossing on your way back home. More information on Firearm Declarations may be obtained by calling 1-800-731-4000 or by downloading the Firearm Declaration Form (RCMP 5589)