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General Information

5 general season moose permits are available for 2024 and will be auctioned to the highest bidders
Your bid amount is for the moose permit only and includes the following:

  • 10 day hunt ( Mon-Fri for 2 consecutive weeks)
  • Guide expenses are separate cost
  • State hunting licenses are not required on Penobscot Nation land
  • Deadline to bid: June 13, 2024, 4pm
  • Drawing: Bids will be opened by June 17, 2024.
  • Successful bidders will be contacted by certified mail.

Penobscot Indian Nation is the ideal location for a guided moose hunt in Maine
Penobscot Nation land encompasses over 130,000 acres of pristine and majestic Maine wilderness which are divided into 8 separate territories, and the Tribe has exclusive jurisdiction over the harvesting of wildlife within the boundaries of the trust lands. Click here for a map of Penobscot Nation lands.

Penobscot Indian Nations offers the peak time and opportunity to hunt for the best moose Maine has to offer

Penobscot Indian Nation Moose Stats
1000+ pound moose are regularly harvested on Penobscot Indian Nation land including state record holders. Below is a list of a few moose stats gathered by our big game biologist over the past few years.

  • Antler Spreads: 50+ spreads recorded every season
  • Average Age of Harvested Moose: 3.5 years
  • Herd size: 30,000 animals statewide
  • Tribal success ratios: 97% overall
  • State success ratios: 79% antlerless, 89% antler

Moose Lottery Winners

Congratulations to the 2024 Moose Lottery winners.

  1. Jerry Lyndon
  2. Kenneth Anderson
  3. Louis Shaun Ogden
  4. David Phillips
  5. Myron Wojnilo

Moose Guides

  • Christopher B. Francis- 207-951-7917
  • John Neptune- 207-659-3490
  • Tannar Francis- 207-852-2543
  • Ron Bear- 207-991-2764
  • Gavin Sappier- 603-860-8804
  • Erik Sappier-603-860-8804
  • Joe  Dana- 207-949-5379