Special Bear Hunts

August 28, 2017 - September 23, 2017

Package prices vary per person plus hunting license costs

(Also booking for 2018)

 

Packages include:

  • Lodging
  • Transportation to Tree Stands
  • Active Bait Site
  • Care of Game (i.e. Skinning, quartering, freezing, etc.)


We offer Fall Do-It-Yourself hunts starting at $1500.  This hunt includes cabin, active bait sites, and care of meat.  You supply hunting gear, meals and transportation to bait sites.  Minimum 3 hunters per cabin.

If you are looking for a hunt off the beaten path, try our Fall Remote Cabin bear hunt at $1600.  This hunt and cabins are located in a remote area where you will travel from cabin to bait site by ATV.  You will maintain your own established bait sites.  This hunt includes cabin on river, active bait sites, bait and care of meat.  You supply hunting gear, meals and transportation to bait sites.  Minimum 4 hunters per cabin.
 

Foothold Snaring 

September 1st, 2017 - October 21st, 2017 


We also offer bear trapping (foothold snaring) at $1950.  This hunt includes meals, lodging, transportation to trap site, trapping supplies, and care of meat.  You supply hunting gear.  You can also take an additional bear at this time hunting from a tree stand over bait.  The cost for the 2nd bear is $1000.       


Fall Bear Hunt with Bait

 

August 28, 2018 - September 23, 2018

 

$1975 per person plus hunting license costs

 

(Also booking for 2018)
 

Packages include:

  • Lodging
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Active Bait Site
  • Care of Game (i.e. Skinning, quartering, freezing, etc.)




A $700.00 non-refundable deposit is required to book the hunt with the balance paid in full July 1st. You will provide your own hunting gear and license for this hunt.

 

We offer different price plans that best suit your needs. Please call for pricing. 

 


 

We had our best season yet in 2016!

Our hunters killed 49 bears and had 3 misses.

This was out of 66 hunters. Our biggest bear over bait was 465 pounds killed by Bill Pyle of Ohio and our biggest bear with dogs was 390 pounds killed by Andrew Young of North Carolina. 


Fall 2015 was another great year for the bear harvest.  38 bears were shot with an additional 6 shot at and missed or got away.  119 bear were seen  The weather cooperated with no hot days.


Fall 2014 started out nice and cool like a fall hunt should be.  We harvested 45 bears with 123 bears seen.  Our largest bear on treestand was 388 lbs.  Our largest bear with hounds was over 400 lbs.  We had to cut the bear up  and pack it out, so we don’t know what his exact weight was.  At the end of the season, most baits were still being hit hard.  With all the sows and cubs seen, there is still a healthy population of bear in Tomah country.

 

This past Fall 2013, we had a great season.  The weather started out cooler and dry.  Our hunters pulled the trigger on 47 bears with 108 seen.  Our biggest bear was taken with hounds and weighed 437 lbs.  The biggest bear taken from a tree stand was 385 lbs.

We will be adding 12,000 more acres for the Fall 2014 season.  This land is just being opened up with roads being put in.  This land has not been hunted in many years.  We will have remote cabins also.  If you want to do most of the hunt yourself, these cabins are great.  Call for special prices on this hunt.

 

Our Fall 2012 season at Tomah Mountain went great.  We had 42 bears killed, 8 bears missed and 108 bears seen.  We broke our record of bears killed in one night.  The first night our hunters killed 9 bear (with the previous record being ).  We were very buys that night dragging bears out of the woods.  The bears seemed to be very plentiful this year.  We added 18,000 more acres this year, so we had plenty of acreage to move around.  This gave us a total being close to 300,000 acres to hunt with 150 active bait sites.  I have at least two active bait sites per hunter, so you can move around if you are seeing small bears.  We have tree stands as well as ground blinds.  Our gun stands are 50 to 70 yard shots and over.  Bow stands are 12 to 15 yards.  We have ample experienced guides to take you to your stand and retreive your bear when you shoot one.  After you get your bear, there are plenty of things to do in the area.  There are excellent fish in the many lakes close to camp.  We provide boat and motors for fishing.  We also have stands set up so you can hunt coyotes over bait.  Lastly, you can choose to ride around with us in the woods as we continue to bait for bear.

 

Make sure you check our new pictures added to the Pics from Tomah Mountain page for the 2012 Hunt. 

 

For the 2013 hunting season, we will have remote camps available for lodging while you hunt.  These camps, you cook your own meals and travel to your bait sites yourself.  If you like the idea of being out on your own in a remote setting, this is the hunt for you.  There are 13,000 acres of hunting ground go with these camps.  We will still skin and quarter your bear for you and help getting it out of the woods if you need help.  Please give us a call for more details and cost.

 

If you are considering a Fall bear hunt in Maine, we would like for you to take a close look at Tomah Mountain and what we have to offer.

 

This past Fall of 2011 was a great season for Tomah Mountain Outfitters. This was our 7th season at Tomah Mountain and we has 128 bear seen with 36 bear shot. There were more bear around our territory than ever! Our biggest bear weighed 450 lbs and was taken by Angie Martz. Our young hunter Wyatt Thoustman killed his fourth bear in a row. This year he got his bear on the first evening. We were blessed with a great 2011 season and look forward to what 2012 will bring!    

Fall Bear Hunt with Hounds

 

September 11, 2018 - October 27, 2018

 

$2450 per person plus hunting license costs

 

(Also booking for 2018)
 

Packages include:

  • Lodging
  • Transportation
  • Hounds for the Hunt
  • Food
  • Care of Game (i.e. Retrieval, skinning, quartering, freezing, etc.)




A $700.00 non-refundable deposit is required to book the hunt with the balance paid in full July 1st. You will provide your own hunting gear and license for this hunt.


Fall 2016 was our best season yet! On our hound hunt we killed 21 bears out of 23 hunters. All hound hunters had 100% opportunity. I am glad to report we did not lose any hounds this fall. We have alot of young hounds that are doing great and will be doing even better next fall. 

Fall 2015 we had a really good hound hunt. This year the bears ran a long way before they treed. Usually we can stay pretty close to the chase in trucks till they tree or bay. I had the dogs in good shape before the season came in and very few bear got away. Our largest bear was killed by a young hunter from Ohio, Carter, who came with his grandfather, Greg Levan. This bear weighed over 350 lbs and will make a nice bear mount. After we got the bear out of the woods, it was still early in the morning so we decided to try for another bear. By 12:30 noon, Wayne Terry had killed our 2nd bear for the day that weighed 300 lbs. This was an exciting day at Tomah Mountain.


Fall 2014 was our most successful hound hunt yet.  Every hunter who booked a hound hunt got their bear.  We harvested a total of 15 bears with hounds.  Our veteran hounds along with our young hounds really did a great job getting bears for our hunters.

Our Fall 2013 Hound Season started slower than usually.  The bears had not put much fat on, so they ran long distances.  In beginning of October we started doing well tracking bear.  Our biggest was 437 lbs.  Our young dogs are doing great, and next year they will be even better!

 

Our Fall 2012 Bear Hunt with Hounds went well. Most hunters took home a nice trophy bear. We had one week with bad weather that made the hunting hard. Our biggest bear weighed in at 430 lbs. He was bayed up in a hole in the rocks, and after the bear was killed, it took eight men to roll him out of the hole. We had a lot of excitement this year. On a sad note, one of my dogs (Tiger) got killed by a bear. He was nine years old. We had many good hunts together and he had at least 75 bears killed to him. I have lost a great hunting companion. The good news is that I have many good young dogs coming along to join in with my veteran hounds. I am looking forward to a great 2013 season with hounds. 

 

Make sure you check our new pictures added to the Pics from Tomah Mountain page for the 2012 Hunt.



 

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