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© Gros Morne Hunting, Daniel’s Harbour, NL
Enjoy Big Game Hunting in Newfoundland and Labrador
Gros Morne
Hunting Camps
Carey’s Gros Morne Hunting Inc. is a family owned and operated outfitting business.  Owners Steve and Carol Carey have complete hands-on when it comes to booking, greeting and taking care of hunters that book with Carey’s Gros Morne Hunting.  After booking with Gros Morne Hunting, Steve and Carol Carey will assist you, as you prepare to travel to Newfoundland and Labrador for your hunting expedition and will be at your service while visiting the province. The family has lived in the Daniel’s Harbour area for 40 years and have been involved in guiding and hunting camps for 35 years.  Their knowledge of hunting and guiding will be an asset to any hunters that book with Carey’s Gros Morne Hunting.  Carey’s Gros Morne Hunting has two hunting camps located at Stag Hill and Moss Pond. At present both camps are Fly-In Camps.  Accommodations consist of a comfortable outpost cabin equipped with a propane stove and gas or electric lights. We like to limit the number of hunters in each camp to four per hunting period. In addition to main camps, we sometimes utilize remote and rustic "spike camps" depending upon game movement and weather conditions. Since most moose hunting is done in remote valleys, accessible only by foot, these "spike camps" can greatly reduce the amount of walking while keeping the hunter in some of the most favoured moose hunting areas in Newfoundland. All camps are equipped with radios and radio telephones in case of any emergencies. Camps are checked regularly by our fly-in service for the duration of each hunt. However, we cannot control the weather and delays in and out of camp are sometimes possible. Weather conditions in our area during the moose hunting season (mid September through mid October) can vary greatly. Mid-day temperatures may exceed 40 degrees with well below freezing temperatures at night, so come prepared. Make sure you bring your rain gear and rubber boots.
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