Penobscot Guide Service


United States


25 Bear Ridge Indian Island


Latitude: 44.952358

Longitude: -68.648704

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Our Spring Bear hunt is fully guided, over active bait sites on Penobscot Indian Nation Lands. We pre-bait for a month or longer, and bait at least 2 sites for every bear hunter booked. The tribal members don’t target bear while hunting so this hunt was started a few years ago to manage the booming bear population. The Tribe adds a nuisance coyote tag, and can be a past time if you get your bear.  This time of year is also great trout, salmon, and bass fishing and many hunters will have the ability to cast and blast, while spring bear hunting with Penobscot Guide Service. Hunters may also choose to shoot 2 or more bear! We have a few packages to choose from. We provide $500 tag, lodging, transportation to and from stand, at least 2 pre-baited sites per hunter, trophy care, and guide. We always hunt areas with active bear sign and always have multiple cameras covering bear activity. We strive to give the hunter the best chance to takee a bear. We only take a maximum of 7 Spring hunters per week, to ensure all hunters have an equal chance of taking a bear. This also ensures that we don’t over pressure our bear, and stand locations. So call today and reserve your spots!


Includes overnight in Camp, Meals, Transportation, Fishing Gear, Canoes, Paddles, PFD's, Guide, and Fish processing



Every summer we find ourselves on the Penobscot River, paddling, swimming, camping, and FISHING. The river is the home of the Penobscot Indians. We have paddled from Medway to Old Town, and every tributary in between. Its the intimate knowledge of this river that has been kept in our family, and every Penobscot family, for generations. 



We look forward to the 2014 Fishing Season with the abundance of smallmouth bass and the introduction of Northern Pike in the Penobscot River. We are also looking forward to the changes in the Penobscot River with the removal of the Great Works and Veazie dams, possible salmon and stripers making their way north.



The Penobscot Indian Nation owns the islands in the river and on these islands; we make shore lunches, camp sites, swimming holes, and temporary shelter from passing thunder storms. We have lots of eagles on the river and it's not uncommon to see an eagle fishing himself! Call us now for a summer experience you won't forget!

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