Moose resources

Discussion in 'Maine Moose Hunting' started by Djantti, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. Any one have recommendations on good moose hunting books or recources?
     
  2. I would start with field experience. Buy a good call like a Phantom and spend as much time in the woods as your life can bear!! A trip or two with a good guide can teach a lot as well!!
     

  3. Ok thank you. I plan on waiting a yeRr or 2 and collecting some points before putting in. Good tip on the guide, ill look into that. But I love DIY..I plan on spending some time scouting, camping , canoeing, in the North Woods this year.
     
  4. Books and videos are created to entertain....real education and knowledge is a first person activity. That is why school is so boring!!
     
  5. Bassah's pretty much on the right track with respect to the fact it's hard to beat field experience.

    Here's a couple of resources that will be of help until you can get some boots on the ground time in.

    http://www.gouthrosmoosemadness.com/
    Head and shoulders the best moose hunting info. A little spendy but chock full of real info and tips.

    http://www.all-about-moose.com/
    Huge amount of moose hunting info.

    Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlfe's Moose Hunters Guide

    http://www.maine.gov/ifw/licenses_permits/lotteries/moose/pdfs/Moose_Hunters_Guide.pdf

    Lots of good basic info if you haven't already had a chance to read it yet.
     
  6. I would be also very interested in getting a call like this one..
    Haydel's Game Calls Haydels Moose Call Md: MO06 MO06Haydel's Game Calls Haydels Moose Call Md: MO06 MO06

    I had one simular to it and it would just about spin a moose around during the October season. Unfortunately I dropped mine someplace and have not found it sence..