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    Most territories in Quebec require 2 tags per animal. Non resident 520.46 ea . Average territory / accommodations around $1500 - $2000 for total group. I love hunting there but don't have a group anymore so if you need people let me know.

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    I'd be looking at NFLD. It's filthy with moose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    I'd be looking at NFLD. It's filthy with moose.
    Saw a little piece on this on the telly about them being introduced in late 1890,s and 1902 basically as a food source for the islanders as they had taken so many caribou. They only started with three sets of animal's. Today there is one Moose for every 4 people. Annual harvest I believe around 29,000 most everybody gets their Moose.

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    i went on a quebec moose hunt, was decent, accommodations were a rustic spike camp cabin, fridge made ice for the whiskeys when we got in, heard lots of moose the one day we had cool weather, went to plus 15 and shut down the rut activity, a non resident tag was 500 bucks alone, was no more moose then the places I hunt in ontario, all weather dependent for calling on the water.
    Id go again was a adventure but we hunted hard all day and never laid eyes on one while hunting. Pavillion richer was the camp, seen a pile of dead moose though.
    Newfoundland is no gimme either friend went there last year to a really well known camp outta 8 guys 2 bulls were harvested. He didn't even see a bull.
    So don't think Ontario is the worse place in the world for moose, it isn't all that bad.
    Saskatchewan is even harder for locals to draw a tag then Ontario in the farm country where you see moose every day, but they are smart and don't allow non residents to hunt moose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenelon View Post
    I'd be looking at NFLD. It's filthy with moose.
    Even there hunting success isn’t a sure thing. My two friends went there two years ago, they came home empty handed.
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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