Nova Scotia, Canada Moose Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Nova Scotia, Canada moose hunting is a popular sport. This big game animal can weigh, as much as 1200 pounds and can have an impressive set of antlers that are the prize trophy of all who seek it. The following links to Nova Scotia, Canada moose hunting guides and outfitters should be able to help you in planning your next trip.


Moose Hunting Guides and Outfitters from Nova Scotia, Canada

These Nova Scotia, Canada moose hunting guides and outfitters will be happy to help you in plan your next trip.
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Each hunting guide or outfitter has a webpage that can answer most of your questions that you have on moose. If not, their email or phone number is listed on each website.

Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s Maritime Provinces. It comprises a peninsula, joined to the southeastern corner of New Brunswick, and a large island called Cape Breton. On the south lies the Atlantic Ocean; on the north, the Bay of Fundy and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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Nova Scotia, Canada Hunting Supply Store, Taxidermists, and Lodging or Hotel Accommodation

Nova Scotia, Canada hunting lodges, hotel accommodations, supply stores, and taxidermy services are listed below. We have displayed these links to help you with your next trip if the need arises. Hunting-Trips-R-Us wants you to have a great experience on your next hunt.


Supply Stores for Nova Scotia, Canada Moose Hunters

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Taxidermy Services in Nova Scotia, Canada for Moose Hunts and Other Animals

Listed are Nova Scotia, Canada taxidermists offered for moose hunts and other animals.





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Nova Scotia, Canada Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

Nova Scotia, Canada lodging or hotel accommodation for moose hunters and their families.





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Nova Scotia, Canada Hunting Licenses and Season Schedule

The guides and outfitters will be able to supply you with additional information on the states hunting licenses and season schedule. Here are two links for the Nova Scotia, Canada licenses and the season schedule that should help you with the information you need for your next hunting trip. We have also included a link for the weather as well. Each guide or outfitter can help you more.

Nova Scotia, Canada Licenses and Fees

Nova Scotia, Canada Regulations



Terrain and Weather to Help Plan Your Next Nova Scotia, Canada Trip

Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s Maritime Provinces. It comprises a peninsula, joined to the southeastern corner of New Brunswick, and a large island called Cape Breton. On the south lies the Atlantic Ocean; on the north, the Bay of Fundy and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

This area of the province is over 21,000 square miles, of which Cape Breton Island contains one seventh. In general, Nova Scotia consists of low land, sloping gradually to the southwest. Two parallel lines of hills, known as the North and South Mountains, skirt the Bay of Fundy shore, and between them lies the fertile Annapolis Valley. They reappear north of Minas Basin as the Cobequid Mountains. They are a northern extension of the Appalachian system, but their highest peak is barely 1,100 feet. Cape Breton is much more rugged, with mountains ranging from 1,200 feet to 1,500 feet high.

The rivers are small but numerous, and teem with salmon, trout, and other fish. There are innumerable lakes, the haunt of wild fowl. The beautiful Brras d’Or lakes of Cape Breton are salt, being really an arm of the sea. Over half the land surface of the province is in a state of nature, its bush, barrens, and bogs being the home of the moose deer, bear, partridge, and woodcock.

Because it is nearly surrounded by water, Nova Scotia has fewer sudden changes and extremes of temperature than has the mainland of the continent. The winters are moderate, and the summers mild and equable, the highest temperature at Halifax seldom exceeding 86 degrees. The region has become a popular summer resort. The annual rainfall is about 45 inches. Heavy fogs are common in the coastal sections.

Many types of small game and big game animals can be hunted in the providence. You should be able to find a Nova Scotia hunting guide or outfitter to help in your next trip.



We Hope Every Hunter Have a Great Moose Hunting Trip

Nova Scotia, Canada moose hunts are fun and challenging. We have worked very hard to have links to guides and outfitters whom hunt moose. Always keep in mind this is a “Hunting Directory” and these links are for advertising purposes only. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us cannot be responsible for any company listed.



Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Planning your next Nova Scotia, Canada moose hunting trip can take time. You should always keep in mind the weather conditions of the state and the lay of the land. The links we have provided to the different Nova Scotia, Canada guides and outfitters in the state should be able to help. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us want you to have a great experience on your next moose hunt.