The Allagash region is famous for trophy whitetail deer hunting!
With Allagash Guide Service, hunters have the opportunity to take a trophy buck, weighing 200 lbs. or more. Many of these deer have exceptional racks with bodies of great mass. The vast northern hardwood ridges, with mixed pockets of spruce-fir and cedar valleys, extend for hundreds of thousands of acres. Commercial forestry is the prime industry in the Allagash region, and we use this to our advantage. Selective harvesting, clear-cuts and logging roads aid in our successful whitetail deer hunting opportunities. Logging roads allow us to access all areas of the North Maine Woods; select-cuts and clear-cuts create good food plots and edges to hunt for lurking bucks. Northern Maine is the whitetail’s northernmost range, where early November snowfall and rut offer hunters plentiful deer activity and premier tracking conditions throughout the month. Deer hunting in northern Maine utilizes all hunting methods, still hunting, tracking white tails, spotting, tree stands and deer calls.