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Our Rates & Packages

Hunting Rates & Package Details


We offer two types of packages, fly-in and drive-in. All of our lodges are located on the island portion of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Our fly-in lodges are accessible via float plane. Our drive-in lodge is accessible via Truck or SUV. Preferably something with 4WD and decent ground clearance.

We offer a number of different hunts as listed below:

Hunting Rates

Hunting Packages
Eastern Canadian Moose (Fly-In) -$ 5,950.00
Eastern Canadian Moose (Drive-In) – $ 4,550.00
Woodland Caribou (9 available/year) – $ 14,000.00
Moose/Caribou Combo Hunt – $16,500.00

Add-On to Packages
Bear License (to Moose/Caribou hunt) – $ 550.00
Additional Week – $ 3,800.00
Non-Hunter – $ 1,600.00


What’s Included

Lodging and Meals
License Fees
Float Plane travel in and out of camp
Rates listed are for 1 (one) week hunts (Sunday – Sunday)
Hunt Monday-Saturday (noon)
Travel in on Sunday & Travel out on Sunday

*Early departures available at additional cost
*Rates do not include sales tax (15% for applicable taxes)
*Rates do not include gratuity



Deposits required – $1,500 for combo hunt, $1,000 for a single animal hunt
50% payment/deposit due on hunt by March 30th of the year the hunt is scheduled
If a hunt is booked after March 30th of the same year, 50% deposit required within 7 days
Deposits may be paid by personal check or money order
Remaining 50% due on arrival by Cash or Certified Check ONLY
Deposits are non-refundable, but are transferrable in the same hunting season
All funds quoted in $USD

Our Services


Our hunts generally follow a standard schedule, unless otherwise specified. You will arrive at either the Drive-In camp or the launch site to begin your hunt. Day one consists of traveling into camp and getting settled. There are places for you to sight in your gun or bow to ensure it wasn’t bumped during travel. Hunts begin on Monday morning, where you will hunt all day with your guide and return to camp each evening for a home-cooked meal. Our lodging and amenities are first class in this remote wilderness, offering you all the comforts of home. Most of our hunters hike countless miles each week, and go home weighing more than they did when they showed up. That is a true testament to our camp cooks, and the phenomenal meals they provide each day!


Day 0 – Arrive in Newfoundland
Day 1 – Travel / arrive at Conne River Outfitting (Drive-In Lodge OR Float Plane Launch) and complete your journey into camp
Day 2-7 – Hunting
Day 8 – Depart from camp in the morning by Float Plane


All of our main lodges have first class amenities. Hot showers, power, spacious sleeping and living quarters. Each camp is heated with a wood-stove to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible.


Home cooked breakfast and dinner are provided each day. Wake up to the smell of bacon and eggs before each day’s hunt. Bagged lunches are prepared each day for a full day of hunting. Return back to camp each night to a full course dinner that is sure to leave you loosening your belt. Special accommodations can even be made upon request.


Getting Here

You can travel to Newfoundland any way you like. If you prefer to drive, the Trans-Canada Highway will take you right to the turn for either the drive in lodge or the float plane launch site. Air Canada flies regularly scheduled flights in and out of Gander Airport, where you can rent a car, or we can arrange a pick up for you to get to Camp. Either way you choose, travel is easy to the island, and surprisingly affordable.

What to Bring

Newfoundland is known for it’s ever changing weather. In the fall, you will hunt temperatures from 30 F through 75F, depending on the weather pattern. There is a good chance that you will experience rain during this time period as well, so high quality rain gear is a must. Your hunt will consist of a good amount of walking and hiking, then spotting from high points, so good moisture wicking clothing, with quality, light weight insulation layers to put on while glassing are a must. The hunting terrain is primarily water soaked bog and wet forest land and we recommend a quality 18″ rubber boot made for walking and keeping your feet dry.

Meat Care & Shipping

After you connect on that trophy of a lifetime, Conne River Outfitting offers options for you to get your meat butchered, packaged, frozen and prepared for shipping/travel. You can have your animal processed at our local butcher, where they cut, package and freeze your meat for travel. If you drive here, most likely you’ll take your trophy back with you. If you fly, you can choose to ship your meat via Central Newfoundland Shipping or bring it back with you on your commercial flight. In the end, depending on what and how much you take, you will end up saving a little money on shipping vs. bringing on the flight with you.

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