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New Brunswick Ruffed Grouse and Woodcock Hunting

Your New Brunswick Ruffed Grouse hunt at Island Lake Camps will take place over miles of remote and prime game bird country-these second growth areas combine a mixture of hardwoods-predominantly birch and poplar,with a mixture of fir and spruce thickets providing ample cover -topped off with a steady supply of water in the area from several small streams and springs all combine to produce a healthy population Ruffed Grouse from year to year. Spruce Grouse and both native and migratory Woodcock may also be taken in these hunting areas. Our remote location sees light hunting pressure compared to most other areas in New Brunswick,while still only being less than 2 hours driving time from the Canada / U.S border.

Seasons: In New Brunswick, Woodcock season commences September 15th. Ruffed Grouse (commonly referred to here as "Birch partridge" )season starts the first day of October. The season runs until December-(we accept Grouse hunters for the first 3 weeks of October only). Hunters are allowed 6 grouse per day and may have in their possession up to 2 days bag limit (12). Other species may also be hunted on a small game license including coyote.

Packages: We offer hunting packages to both Non-resident and resident hunters.For Non-residents, as your outfitter we provide lodging, meals and experienced guides who know the area very well. N.B Residents are invited to use our facilities in the same manner as our fishing groups(e.g. bringing your own food etc.)Residents please refer to fishing table "B" for a list of what's provided by us.

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