- Most Moose taken are over 40" wide with exceptional bulls of 45-55"+ taken every year, due to the idyllic hunting location and lack of hunting pressure.
- Ironbound's hunting areas are accessible only by helicopter and occasionally float plane.
- Ironbound hosts only a small number of hunters each year.
- All meals and accommodations are furnished.
- Ironbound's reputation has attracted the finest guides and staff, with up to 33 years experience.
Canada’s island province of Newfoundland is an awesome hunting destination! Hunters in the Northeast often drive there, using an overnight ferry…and then drive their game meat home. For me it’s a trans-continental journey, but I’ve gone there several times because Newfoundland is the place for woodland caribou; has the world’s densest moose population (and some big bulls); and holds some of North America’s biggest black bears. The thing is, however, you have to get into the more remote areas to have a good chance at the best trophies. That’s the difference with Mark Pike’s Ironbound Outfitters! Operating along the southwest coast, all of Ironbound’s camps are fly-in, either by helicopter or floatplane, accessing the best country where hunting pressure is light and the big ones live. Although remote, most camps are comfortable cabins, and Ironbound’s excellent guides and camp staff boast up to 30+ years’ hunting experience in Newfoundland’s bogs and forests. Today woodland caribou permits are limited, but success on good bulls remains almost assured. Most moose taken are over 40 inches, and exceptional bulls over 50 inches are taken every year. Hosting a small number of hunters every year, Ironbound offers a top-quality Newfoundland hunting experience…and besides that, outfitter Mark Pike is a really good guy!