Maine is a destination renowned for its rugged coastline. That same rugged coastline also draws waterfowl hunters from around the country for an unmatched hunting experience. Sea duck hunting in Maine combines picturesque scenery with ample opportunities for shooting eiders, oldsquaw (longtails), and scoters.
Eiders are found all along the coast of Maine, perhaps some of the best sea duck hunting is in the midcoast of Maine. It takes place from mid-November into January.
We will set up on ledges or anchor our Polar Craft boat that serve as the blind. After the morning flight, we can move in shore and shoot goldeneyes, buffleheads and puddleducks also. Let Reddog Guide Service make your sea duck adventure a great one. We also can recommend taxidermy for your trophy.
$250 a person a day for 2 guns.
$350 a day if only one person.
$200 per person for 3 guns or more.
What to Bring:
• Camouflage Outerwear (gore-tex or any waterproof material)
• Chest Waders (insulated is best after Oct.)
• Thermal Underwear and Socks
• Face Covering and good Gloves
• Blind Bag
• Spare Firearm (optional)
• Firearm cleaning kit
• Steel shot (1,2,BB) 2 boxes per day
• Federal and state waterfowl stamp and Maine hunting License
It’s important to bring plenty of warm clothing. Dress in layers with waterproof shell to protect you from elements. A memorable hunt can be ruined by inadequate gear and lack of preparation for weather.
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.