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New Hampshire Black Bear Hunting Guides and Outfitters

New Hampshire black bear huntingNew Hampshire offers black bear hunting in many areas of over nine thousand square miles of land. There are a number of guides and outfitters that offer guided hunts across the state. New Hampshire offers the White Mountains, which has heavy wooded forest, rivers, and valleys that give the black bear protection and a great source of food. And the mild spring, summer, and fall months gives this big game a good chance to mate and raise its bear cubs. Hunting-Trips-R-Us have provided links that we feel would be benefit a hunters trip.

Black Bear Hunting Guides and Outfitters in New Hampshire

Here are some black bear hunting guides and outfitters we have listed for New Hampshire.
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Lopstick Lodge

Miller Outdoors Guide Service

Wilderness Adventures Hunt Club

TNT Guide Service

New Hampshire Guide Service

Northern NH Guide Services

Powder Horn Lodge and Cabins

Seacoast Guide Service

Bill Barrett - Guide Service

Franconia Mountain Guide Service

Trails End Guide Service, LLC

Shoot-A-Hare Guide Service

Lightning Mountain Outfitters

Bear Mountain Guide Service

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Supply Stores that Offer Equipment for Hunts

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Taxidermy Services for Mounting Your Trophy

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New Hampshire Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

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Black bear hunts in New Hampshire can be a time to remember. The state has mild and pleasant summers, but the winters can be severe more times then not. The winter guided hunts that each guide or outfitter offers will vary from company to company.

New Hampshire has over 9,000 square miles and borders of Quebec, which is a province of Canada, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. The White Mountains cover about fourteen thousand square miles of area and does make a great home for the bear. Guides and outfitters are plentiful in this area. But keep in mind that these companies that are listed in our “Hunting Directory” are listing their websites for advertising purposes. And each should be contacted to find out what services they proved.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Planning a black bear hunting trip in New Hampshire can be difficult if you don’t have the right guide or outfitter to help. Some of these companies may include in their price; cabins or lodges, meals, dogs, or equipment. You will need to contact them directly to find out.

The climate of the state can be very severe in the winter months, but very nice in spring, summer, and fall with a mean annual temperature of about 48 degrees for the whole year.

The New Hampshire big game guides and outfitters can offer black bear, but also a number of other small animals, waterfowl, or upland game birds. Ask each one what they will hunt. We hope you have a great time on your next guided hunting trip. And would be interested in hearing how any of the trips offered went.