Maine Upland Bird Hunts
Grouse and Woodcock


Enjoy the fall colors, the sounds of falling leaves, and the fresh scent of the fir and balsam as you stroll along gravel roads hunting ruffed grouse and woodcock.  Well trained pointers and retrievers help ensure success and provide hours of entertainment while upland bird hunting.

Northern Maine offers some of best covers for grouse and woodcock anywhere since birds face less pressure than even in Southern Maine. Expect 10 to 25 flushes per day depending on weather.

Back at camp, be entertained by the sight and sounds of eagles flying in search of their next meal, or a bull moose in hot pursuit of a cow.

Duck hunting is also available at this time.

During your hunt, American plan accommodations at the Eagle Lake Sporting Camps are provided, along with transportation and bird preparation. 

Your comfortably appointed historic log cabin with its own lake facing verandah provides a private spot to contemplate the day’s activities or unwind with a beverage and cigar.  The Roosevelt Dining Room and its great room will serve as the headquarters during your stay. You will enjoy an early morning send-off breakfast, home cooked lunches, dinner and end of the day refreshments in comfort.

Professional guides, top notch services, clean comfortable American Plan accommodations, and plenty of non-hunting activities will keep everybody happy.

Hunting Dates:



$1,895 plus 9% sales tax; and 18% resort fee per person double occupancy. Includes 3 nights lodging and meals and 2 1/2 days guided hunting with a dog. Add $1,000 for single occupancy.

License fee is $46 for nonresident small game three day hunt or $74 for season.  


Guide, first-class lodging, lounge, meeting rooms, all meals, snacks, complimentary skeet shooting (including ammunition), archery range, and use of small boats, canoes and kayaks.

Not Included:

License, ammunition, tips, shipping, and taxidermy. Transportation to Presque Isle (PQI) is $75 per person each way.


Fly to Presque Isle, Maine (PQI) from Dulles Internatinal (IAD) and we’ll meet your flight and provide transportation for an additional fee of $75 per person. Float planes are available for transportation from Bangor or Portland.

Check in is 3: pm the first day of your trip and check out is 11 am the last day.

What Our Customers Say

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    Feature Articles from Bear Hunting Magazine May 7, 2014

    The Maine Event - Hound Hunting Maine
    By Bernie Barringer
    Stunning scenery, an amazing historical lodge and plenty of bears; this trip had it all
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    Earl Peterson - Kentucky Bull Elk Hunt

    "What an extraordinary hunt this was! Hunting the reclaimed mountain top coal properties of Eastern Kentucky was as exhilarating as being at an altitude of 10,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains - but without the thin air. Elk were bugling all around us and reacting with great enthusiasm to our calling."
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    John Houck - Kentucky Bull Elk Hunt

    This hunt actually started in May of 2015 when my son Joe received the news that he hit the lottery! Now I’m not talking about “power ball”, I’m talking about a bull elk tag for the 2015 Kentucky rifle season! I’m not sure who was more excited, as Joe went on to say, “I hope you’ll go with me Dad.”
    The planning started immediately. Seasons, rules, regulations, harvest statistics, and outfitters were at the top of the list. We left no stone unturned, as we were determined to make the most of this perhaps once in a lifetime opportunity.
    After talking to what seemed like every outfitter in Kentucky, as well as numerous references, Joe decided on OMM Outfitters. Nathan Theriault heads up OMM Outfitters, and he lived up to his reputation by exceeding all of our expectations. First class, all the way!

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Telephone: Maine: (207) 444-7529 
Telephone: Florida: (239) 963-8230
Telephone: Kentucky: 606-621-0103 
Telephone: New Brunswick: 506-300-0477 
PO Box 342
Eagle Lake, Maine 04739
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