Camp Wapiti

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Camp Wapiti



Rated 5 out of 5.0 based on 3 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Ryan Shepard

Location: Mt. Chase, Maine

Species Hunted: Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Canada Moose, Grouse, Woodcock

State(s) Hunted: ME

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Submitted by: Bob Boyd

Review Submitted: Feb 20, 2011

Hunt Date: Sep 7, 2009

Species Hunted: Black Bear

Days Hunted: 6

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Foothills

Method: Rifle

Price Range: 1000-1999

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Had a very good hunt I shot a bear first night in stand. 8 hunters in camp and had 6 bears by Thursday night. You are guided to and from the bait sights and rebaited when taken in. The food that week was great and plenty of it with 3 meals per day. For those that would like to take a guest this is the place to do it. We had our own lake side cabin that was really nice. Ryan and Jennifer put on a great hunt week. The bears in this area of Maine are smaller than other area but still able to get 250 to 350lb bears. I shot 160 lb female my first bear. I am returning fall of 2011 to try to get larger bear.


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outfitter review submitted by: Mike Showers on Dec 24 2009

Species Hunted: Black Bear

Game Quality: good

Accommodation Quality: good

Camp Condition: good

Food Quality: great

Guide Experience: great

Other Personal Experience: good

Overall Impression: A+

Recommend: yes

Reviewer Comments: Ryan,Jen and Don are very good guides, very informative, personal and just all around good people. There where 12 hunters in camp they take a max of 14 per week. Out of 12 we harvested 9, one missed, one was looking for the big one and one didn't see any bears. The food is great and it's family style. The stands are new and blinds are well done great hunting camp going back again


outfitter review submitted by: Mike Showers on Sep 8 2009

Species Hunted: black bear

Game Quality: great

Accommodation Quality: excelent

Camp Condition: good

Food Quality: excelent

Guide Experience: great

Other Personal Experience: good

Overall Impression: second to none

Recommend: yes

Reviewer Comments: Ryan and Jenn run an outstanding camp, every thing from the food to taking care of your trophy is top notch. we had 12 hunters in camp and harvested 9 bear ranging in weight from 363 lbs down to 75 lbs. Bear sighting for the week was 18 bear for 12 hunters not bad. I would recommend them to anyone....

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