On your Maine upland bird hunting adventure with Reddog Guide Service, you will have the opportunity to hunt some of the best ruffed grouse hunting cover in Maine. Hunting grounds include thousands and thousands of acres of commercial woodlands, old farms and old apple orchards. Our region is located in a major woodcock fly way. If your hunt is timed right, you could catch one of the major flights for a world class caliber Maine woodcock hunting adventure. We also offer professionally trained dogs to hunt over, including our top notch Vizsla or German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP). You are welcome to bring your own dogs as well. On an average day you could have between 10 – 20 flushes per day. Throughout the day, your Maine upland bird hunting guide will tell you about some of the local history in the area as well. Our goal is to make this a most enjoyable and memorable Maine upland bird hunting experience for you and your family!
You can expect to be picked up around 7:00 A.M. We will then head straight for the hunt grounds where we will hunt for the day. Around noon, we will stop for lunch, either in woods or back at camp, depending on where we are hunting that day. This is a full day’s hunt, so we will continue chasing the wily northern Maine grouse throughout the afternoon. Around dinner time, we will head back to the lodge.
If we stay at a remote camp, breakfast and dinner will be included in the hunt. We will be able to relax by a fire until bed time.
We look forward to guiding you!
Let Reddog Guide Service help you plan your next memorable experience.
Reddog Guide Service is owned and operated by Maine registered guide, Casey Mowers. Casey was born in Pennsylvania and joined the Navy in 1989. He obtained orders sending him to Maine in 1996, fell in love with the area and retired in Brunswick, Maine.
Casey started hunting at age 12 with his family in Pennsylvania. While stationed in Maine, Casey took advantage of the bountiful hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and upland birds. He later expanded to hunting duck and geese as the area has excellent opportunities to offer. Casey became a guide in 2013 and obtained his Captain's license in 2014.