Game On Outfitters offers guided hunts in both Northern and Southern Maine. In Southern Maine we hunt private land in Cumberland. In Northern Maine we hunt the Allagash and reserve lands around Eagle Lake. 

Southern Maine offers great hunting opportunities. Bow hunting is great fun and during the rut you often have a choice of bucks. Here we hunt from September through November. Young hunters love hunting here because we see a lot of deer and deer sign.

We also offer an expanded bow hunt from September to December where the hunter can harvest unlimited does and one buck in the southern regions of Maine on privately owned land. This is an afternoon hunt that is a very fun and action packed.

Deer hunting in Northern Maine is challenging, but the bucks are large and the racks are huge. Here hunters must be patient. The odds are best in late November and even during the December black powder season when the hunting pressure is much less. 


Fully guided Maine Deer Hunt:
  • 2014 season - $1,800
  • Semi Guided Maine Deer hunt
  • 2014 season - $900
  • A 50% deposit is required to confirm dates. Some trips, arranged more than a year in advance, only require a 25% deposit. In this case, another 25% deposit is due in January the year of the trip.
  1. Compass! Each hunter is required to carry a compass.
  2. Camouflage suit, hat, gloves and mosquito head net.
  3. Face paint.
  4. Two cell flashlight or mini-mag.
  5. Rain gear.
  6. Safety harness or strap.
  7. Unscented bath soap and personal needs.
  8. Sleeping bag - depending on lodging.
  9. Large cooler to transport your frozen meat and cape (large groups sometimes bring small chest freezers (12 cubic ft.).
  10. Proof of a valid last year's license from any state or a Hunter Safety Course certificate.
  11. During open firearm season on deer, 2 articles of solid fluorescent orange vest & hat.
  12. During open firearm season for moose, 1 article of solid fluorescent orange clothing, visible by 360 degrees. Must be a hat.
  13. Hunting licenses can be purchased at the Irving Store as well as the town office Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife.