Hunting in New Brunswick – New Brunswick Hunting Guides and Outfitters

While hunting in New Brunswick for small or big game your hunting guide and outfitters can show you the best parts of the province. From mountainous areas to prairies to the woodlands, New Brunswick has much to offer the hunter. New Brunswick hunting guides and outfitters will be able to help you with any planning you need for your next hunting trip.


New Brunswick Hunting Guides and Outfitters

New Brunswick Hunting Guides and OutfittersA list of New Brunswick hunting guides and outfitters can be found below. Each guide and outfitter offer different services and locations.
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Keep in mind the climate when you hunt in New Brunswick, as well as the lay of the land. You will need to visit each website listed above to see what small game and big game they hunt, and to see what openings the guides or outfitters have for their next hunting trip.

Kings Lodge

Trophy Safaris International

Munsons Landing Lodge

Upriver Outfitters

Northway Outfitters

Northern Outdoor Lodge Ltd.

Sunset Shan-Gri-La Lodge

Dave Winchesters Sporting Camps

Grizzly Jim And Altas Outfitters

Dyers Hunting Lodge and Camps

Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures

Lindsays Sporting Camps

Taxis River Outfitters

Malarkey Cabin Guiding Service

Harts Lake Lodge

Henderdsons Hunting Camp

North View Lodge

Fundy Outfitters

Mountain Lodge Outfitters

Field & Fly Outfitters

Johns Paradise

Atlantic Adventures Outfitters

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Many Types of Big Game and Small Game in New Brunswick

There are many types of big game and small game animals to hunt in New Brunswick, Canada. Not all hunting guides and outfitters will be able to hunt each animal that is listed below. Each website listed above should cover which animals they hunt.

Big Game Animals

Small Game Animals

Game Birds

  • Wolf
  • Fox
  • Coyote
  • Bobcat

Each big game and small game animal hunted in New Brunswick offer a unique experience for your hunting trip. The hunting guides and outfitters listed above can be contacted by email or by phone and that information is listed on their website.


New Brunswick Hunting Supply Shops, Taxidermy Services, and Lodging or Hotel Accommodations

Links to New Brunswick hunting supply shops, taxidermy services, and lodge or hotel accommodations are supplied below. Weather you hunt with a rifle, bow {archery}, muzzleloader, shotgun, or a shotgun slug. Hunting-Trips-R-Us has also included other links below to help complete your next trip to New Brunswick.


Supply Stores for New Brunswick Hunters

Each New Brunswick supply store listed should be able to help most hunters in their area with any equipment they may need for small or big game.

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Taxidermy Services in New Brunswick for Animal Mounts

Listed are New Brunswick taxidermists offered for mounting small or big game.




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New Brunswick Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

New Brunswick hunting lodging or hotel accommodation for hunters and their families.




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New Brunswick Hunting Licenses, Season Schedule, Terrain, and Weather

New Brunswick hunting guides and outfitters will be able to help you with information on the hunting licenses, season schedule, and any specific dates. Here is a couple of links that may help you with information you will need to hunt in New Brunswick.

New Brunswick, Canada Licenses and Fees

New Brunswick, Canada Regulations

New Brunswick is one of the eastern provinces of Canada, lying to the east of Maine and Quebec. The Bay of Fundy, famed for its high tides, separates it from Nova Scotia on the south; the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Northumberland Strait, and Prince Edward Island are east. Quebec and Chaleur Bay are north. The greatest extent from north to south is about 215 miles, and from east to west, a little less. The area is over 27,000 square miles, which is about 5,000 square miles less than that of its neighbor, Maine. The province has about 550 miles of coast line, which contains a number of good harbors.

The eastern part of New Brunswick, bordering on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, is low, and the coast is marshy; but the southern coast, bordering on the Bay of Fundy, is high and contains numerous bluffs. A branch of the Appalachian highlands entering the province from Quebec at the northwest corner extends southeasterly to the middle of the province. These highlands form the source of many rivers and their tributaries which flow into the coast waters on the northern, eastern, and southern sides of the province. These highlands are of but low elevation, nowhere attaining a height of more than 1500 feet, with the exception of a few separate peaks which rise from 2,000 to 2,500 feet. In general, the surface of the province is that of an undulating plain.

The St. John River is the principal river, draining nearly half of New Brunswick on the west. It rises in Maine, forms for 80 miles the boundary, and after entering the province, narrows and leaps over a precipice 80 feet high. This leap is known as the Grand Falls.

In the lower course of the river and in some of its tributaries are lake expansions. After receiving these tributaries, the river narrows to a gorge of less than 500 feet, through which it empties into St. John harbor. Since at low tide the water level of the harbor is 12 to 14 feet lower than that of the river there is a fall, but as the tide rises in the harbor there is a short period of level water between the harbor and the river; then, as the tide continues to rise 10 to 12 feet higher, the fall is from the harbor to the river. The falls are known as “Reversing Falls”. This phenomenon is so rare that there is probably no other like it in the world.

New Brunswick is subject to severe winters and hot summers; although along the coast the changes are not as extreme as in the interior. During the winter the thermometer occasionally falls as low as 30 degrees below zero, and in the hottest summer months it sometimes rises as high as 95 degrees. The coast regions are subject to fogs during portions of the year, but on the whole the climate is healthful, and the extremes of heat and cold cause little suffering, especially in the interior, because of the dryness of the atmosphere. The annual rainfall is a little over forty inches.

New Brunswick is a unique place to hunt and should be experienced at least once in a hunter’s life. The hunting guides and outfitters will be able to give advice on the better places to hunt in New Brunswick, Canada.



Hunting-Trips-R-Us Hopes Everyone has a Successful Adventure in New Brunswick

We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us have strived to help our visitors, who are looking for small game as well as big game hunting trips in New Brunswick, Canada. By visiting our Directory you can locate outfitters and guides throughout the country. The links to each guide and outfitter are companies that want your business. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us cannot be responsible for any company listed. This is a “Hunting Directory” and these links are for advertising purposes only.



Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

As you pick the state for your next hunting trip in New Brunswick, Canada, consider the different weather conditions, along with the lay of the land. From your choices of small game to big game the outfitters and guides listed on our website should be able to help you with your next New Brunswick hunting trip.