2021 VIDEO VAULT

Another season comes to an end with no shortage of memories made. 

Exceptional hunters | Exceptional guides | Exceptional nature

This is Newfoundland.

"WHAT DO YA GOT DONE THERE?"

Us Newfoundlander's have a language all of our own. A combination of English, Irish, and French settling speakers preserved by isolation has deemed the Newfoundland dialect one of the most distinct in the world. At the beginning of the video, guide, Jonny; asks, hunter Rick, "What do ya got done there?" in other words: "You've got a big bull moose down."

FLYING FLYNN

Otherwise known as Robbie, is our float plane pilot and man behind the cockpit. He stops in to camp throughout the week to pick up meat which is then bought to our crew on the ground for shipment to Countryside Abbatoir for butchering and Newfoundland Taxidermy Services for taxidermy work and shipment prep.

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL

Hunter, Ben, stalking a cow moose.  We’re in their territory now. Between Grand Lake and Red Indian Lake where our camps are based is pristine, untouched habitat where moose thrive and rarely encounter people.Hunter, Ben, stalking a cow moose.  We’re in their territory now. Between Grand Lake and Red Indian Lake where our camps are based is pristine, untouched habitat where moose thrive and rarely encounter people.