New Hampshire's Only Full Time Master Guide
Rates do not include gratuities.
Rates for Northern Land Services
All outdoor excursions
Add $ 20 per person if meal is to be provided
Equipment rental of $25 per person/day
Fishing Streamside & Remote Pond.
Full day ……………………………$ 375
Fishing excursions Drift Boat
Full day …………………….…… $ 375
Wildlife/birding/scenic drifts …. $ 325
Big lake Excursions, Fishing/ Family/ Recreation
Full day 7 hr ……………………………. $450
Half day 3.5 hr …………………………. $300
Eagle/loon/wildlife/sunset voyage… $300
Family outings picnic’s/swimming….$350
Hunting trips Minimum 2 days
Deer, Bear archery/ over bait*. $ 325 per person/day
Deer, Bear firearm hunts …….. $ 280 per person/day
Turkey fall archery …………… . $ 280 per person/day
Turkey spring firearm ………….$ 280 per person/day
Moose archery …………………...$ 325 per person/day
Moose firearm …………………… $ 275 per person/day
New Hampshire's Only Full Time Master Guide
*Baiting is done only with natural food sources
Hunting & wildlife Classes: Non-professionals only.
How to hunt black bear 5 day class minimum 5 people $500 Per person.
How to hunt whitetail deer 5 day class minimum 5 people $500 Per person.
How to hunt turkey 3 day class minimum - 3 people - $350 Per person.
How to hunt & call moose 3 day class minimum - 5 people - $350 Per person.
How to call, track & observe wildlife. For photo & hunting opportunities, 3 day class 5 people minimum $350 Per person.
Non hunting classes & adventures
Private Moose tours ……………$175per/vehicle of 4people/vehicle
Eagle/Loon/ wildlife, lake tour ….$375/ boat of up to 7 people
Eagle/Loon/ wildlife, river tour…..$325/ boat of up to 2 people
Wildlife/ Scenic photography ……………..$ 275 per person/day
Tree & plant identification ………………… $325 per 5 people/day
Edible and Medicinal plants of the North Country…$325 per person/ one day course $275…per person/day 3 day course
Leave No Trace Environmental Ethics……$895 per person
7 day course minimum of 5 people maximum of 9 people
Wilderness Education Association Philosophies..$995 per person
10 day course minimum of 5 people and a maximum of 9 people
Predator prey relations …………$300 per person/day 1 day course
We do not provide lodging; however we are closely associated with many local establishment and can recommend or assist you in your choice and efforts.
Day hikes & Nature walks one guide
Full day ... ... ..$375
Speaking engagements, lectures & slide shows
Hourly ... ... ... ….$95
Per day groups of eight people or less ... ... $395
For groups of nine people to 15 people ... ... $750
Landscape designs for wildlife
Hourly wage of ... ... $95
Cross country skiing and snowshoe excursions are priced the same as above depending on the activity
No shows are charged the going rate for the activity.
Speaking Engagements/ Day hikes & Nature walks
and talks/ Backpacking trips/ Landscape designs for wildlife.
Transportation rate of .80 cents per mile.
Should be made as soon as possible due to the fact that prime parts of the season fill up quickly. A deposit of 50% is due within 7 days of the reservation to hold your dates. The balance is due 30 days prior to reservation date. Failure to do so could result if forfeiture of those dates and the deposit. We do except credit cards, Visa and MasterCard, personal check, cash, and money orders.
All persons 16 years or older are required to purchase a fishing licence from a state designated outlet. A list of outlets can be found on NHF&G web site which is listed on my links page under Sports persons interest.
You can contact us at any time to cancel your reservation at anytime. However the deposit is not refundable, nor is the full balance unless we can fill those dates with another party. . It may, however, be applied toward a future outdoor excursion, or you may find someone to take your reserved dates. Unfortunately no booking is complete with a written acknowledgement of reading our policies.
Occasionally the guide, due to inclement weather or unforeseeable situations makes cancellations. In this event we will re-book with you for a mutually convenient time. We have no intentions of an outdoor excursion in a Nor’easter, but please bring waterproof and warm gear in anticipation of some of the nasty weather that New England can go through during the seasons. Hiking & backpacking trips may be delayed due to weather, but once underway must be completed as scheduled with no refund. Your making of a reservation implies your acceptance, and knowledge of our cancellation policies.
A licensed guide with over ten years experience on these rivers.
A guide fully aware of current hatches and/or local river conditions.
An excellent fly & lure selection available for use or purchase
at a fair price, A trip tailored to client's wishes and/or physical
condition. Fly casting & fishing' instruction from a qualified
professional available prior to your trip at no additional cost.
Magnificent scenery and the time to enjoy it.
Fly Fishing Equipment:
We recommend a rod 8-9' in length capable of casting a 5-7 weight
line. Both floating and full sink lines have their place and
are used at different times and/or conditions. Equipment is available
for rent should you desire.
Spinning & Jigging
We recommend 6-7' rod & spinning reel 6-10lb line tackle of
choice. A wide variety of weighted jigs is recommended due to a
great variable in river flow. Equipment is available for rent
should you desire.
Clothing & Accessories
for All Occasions:
A day outdoors can bring many changes in the weather, as "Mark
Twain said, if you don't like the weather in New England, just
wait a minute." It's better to be prepared, than miserable
so bring some warm clothing and rain gear even if it seems hot
& sunny at home.
Chest waders or hip boots with felt soles only, NO CLEATS,
are optional. In the spring and fall the weather may be cool
so bring warm clothes & wind & rain gear. It is important
to dress in layers. During the heat of summer many guests wear
tennis shoes and shorts to stay cool but the weather can change
radically in minutes so the angler is advised to bring warm clothing
and foul weather gear as well. A hat, polarized glasses even
on cloudy days, insect repellent, and sun screen are also strongly
recommended. Most importantly,rubber-soled shoes (sneakers are
fine) or felt soled (NO CLEATS) and warm clothing,camera or camcorder,
water. You are welcome to bring your own food and non alcohol
drinks. Please, due to state law, & common sense, clients
may not bring alcohol on board.
For Hunting With or Without
a Camera, Bow or Firearm:
Items to Bring: Camouflage clothes, Orange Vest is optional, compass,
hunting knife, waterproof outerwear, waterproof boots and socks
all according to season. It is important to dress in synthetic
layers that can wick precipitation away from your body.
Your weapon of choice, bow not less than 40lb or 60lb for
moose, Muzzleloader not smaller than 45 caliber & rifle not
less than .308 or 30-06 or larger for moose recommended, no full
metal jacket ammo - soft point premium ammo, Nosler Partition
Recommended small pack with compass, map, matches, watch,
flashlight, lighter, water, camera or camcorder. Please, due to
state law, & common Spence, clients may not bring alcohol
For Summer Daytime Hikes
WEAR: Long Pants - Wool or Synthetic, Hiking Boots, Socks, Sweater
or Pile Jacket, T-shirt, Watch
PACK: Guidebook, Map,
Wool Shirt(s), Compass, Shorts, Rain and Wind Parka, Insect Repellant,
Rain Pants or Chaps, Sunglasses, First Aid and Repair Kit, Trash
Bag, Water Bottle, Personal Medications, Food, Flashlight, Pocket
Knife, Cord, Extra Socks, Light Plastic Tarp
Gloves or Mittens, Sun Lotion, Cap, Wool Hat, Matches
Add for Overnight Hikes: Sleeping Bag, Foam Pad, Tent or other Shelter, Stove and Fuel,
Pots, Cup, Bowl, Spoon, Food, Toothbrush, Towel, etc., Extra
Add for Winter Hikes: Extra
Warm Clothing, Balaclava, Insulated Boots, Overmitts, Snowshoes
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