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We are taking interviews for "Registered Maine Guides" who wish to work with us this coming fall.

All you need is to be a licensed "Registered Maine Guide" and to have your own Liability Insurance.

We pay well and the clients normally tip very well. :arrow: Call or email me if you are interested.




Rod Holman :grin: from Maryland harvested this 300" 20 point stag on 9/23/05
The bases were over 11 inchs
 

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We make dreams come true!




Joe Williams a taxidermist from Chesapeake Virginia harvested this 16 point stag on 9/2/05. Joe did a full body mount to display in his den/ museum. He recently sent me these pictures:).

The finished mount in Joe's Den, which is nearly filled to capacity !!!





Joe was a first class client and I wish he lived closer because he does real nice work. Joe is enjoying his retirement from the phone company. He began his taxidermy while still climbing poles and repairing lines. His den is loaded with just about every North American big game species, plus exotics , birds, predictors , a weasel, mink, otter and even a large snapping turtle. He is a professional from the get go. ......Oh yea , and a nice full body white tail buck.

His desire to hunt a red stag began while he was in college. Joe even painted a red stag while in college which hangs in his den. It was surely a pleasure to have met Joe and I hope to see him again someday. He and his wife really liked Maine and vow to return !

If anyone is from the Chesapeake Virginia area and wants to see his trophy room or use his taxidermy service you can reach Joe at (757)547-4833.

You will not be disappointed .
 

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:arrow: Guiding insurance will cost about $5 a day for a years coverage. I will pay $25 per day above our pay rate to offset your insurance.

:arrow: Our pay rate is $125 per day plus $25 for insurance and any tip the client might leave.
 

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Mark that is a great offer. Have you found anybody to fill the position?
 

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Hi Steve,

I have two guides on board so far however I would interview others if interested.

8) Jason Farris who is Fire Chief by trade. has worked with us for three seasons. He also instructs CPR and First Aid Training....Top notch Maine Guide.

:arrow: Here is Jason's web site:

http://www.maineexperienceguideservice.com/

My clients always have good things to say about Jason.

8) My good friend Tom Holt from Farmington has recently passed his guides test and will be joining us. He worked several hunts last fall and liked it so much he took a Guides coarse and then went for his license. Tom is Superintendent of Farmington Water Works. He is an avid hunter and loves to fly fish the remote waters of Maine.
 

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Sounds good. I will keep my eyes and ears open for anybody who is looking to guide. I think it would be a great experience for them.
 
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