Guided hunts for deer and bear

Bear & deer hunting guide service U.P.

Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Guided Bear and Deer Hunts at the Buck Sporting Lodge
Gwinn and Newberry Units

Come visit Michigan's Beautiful Upper Peninsula for a hunting experience you will never forget.
Bear Hunt in Michigan.

Dog Sled Rides at Triple Creek Kennels

Your guide, Bob Johnson, owns and operates The Buck Sporting Lodge & Triple Creek Kennel
and has personally hunted this area for over 30 years.
Bob is State and Federally Licensed.

All of his efforts are focused on giving the black bear and deer hunting enthusiasts a successful and fun experience. During the years he has established bait sites that produce year after year.

Bob's intimate knowledge of the area gives the hunter the maximum opportunity to harvest a bear or deer. On our hunts you are provided with bait and blinds so all you have to do is shoot.

At the Buck Sporting Lodge, Bob invites you to come up and check us out! As a true "Guide" he will show you the camps, let you help bait, and give you the opportunity to see the lay of the land. We encourage you to come visit any time after August 15th.

Bear Hunting License Information
Bear hunting in Michigan is run by a lottery system.
Applications through the Michigan DNR are available from May 1st - June 1st.
Lottery results are available in July and are published online.
Our bear hunts are in the Gwinn and Newberry units.
Click Here for Information from Michigan DNR

 

Guided Bear Hunting in the Gwinn and Newberry Areas.
For our bear hunts we offer a 6 night, 5 day hunt for $1050.00.
All bait, blinds, lodging, and meals are included.
Limited spots are available so it is best to reserve your trip early.

Baiting Only: $750.00
Campgrounds nearby or camp here at Buck Sporting Lodge
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Bear Camp 2010

 

Guided Deer Hunting
Our deer hunts are $125.00 per day which includes bait, blinds, meals, and lodging.
There is a three day minimum for deer hunts.

After your successful hunt, we have a nearby butcher that will skin, cut and wrap your bear and deer for your trip back home. (extra charge)

LOCATION
We are located on M28 across from the Seney Wildlife Refuge entrance.
The camps are 14 miles west of Seney and 20 miles east of Munising. " In the middle of nowhere".

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LODGING

Gwinn Unit- Bed and Breakfast style lodging
Only 4 hunters per period.

"Bear Camp" Newberry Unit.
Comfortable, rustic with fireplace and indoor pump.
Outdoor SAUNA/ shower. 6 hunters a period.

"Camp 9"
A 14'x70' Mobile home, Indoor everything!
6 hunters per period.

Great outdoor grill and fire pits for both camps.

All home cooked meals for all 3 sites

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All hunters must bring a compass, flashlight, hunters orange,
a cooler for your drinks and snacks, a sleeping bag, and towels.

Gwinn, no sleeping bags, just towels

Since we only do afternoon hunts we encourage you to take advantage to explore the wild U.P.

You're welcome to bring up a boat for fishing or an ATV for exploring or getting into to that back blind (not required but helpful). Partridge season is open on September 15th so take a walk out the back door and bring your bird gun. (license required)

References
Ray Grimm: 269-806-7302
Fred Hough: 231-649-4021
John Kalis: 989-427-3816 work or 989-866-6118 home

Click Here for Photo Gallery

Click Here for a short U-Tube Video of a bear by our truck
Or search for Buck Sporting Lodge at U-Tube

The Buck Sporting Lodge wants your hunting experience to be fun and memorable.
We pride ourselves on the opportunity and success rate of our hunters, many of which ruturn year after year.

 Call Now to Reserve Your Trip. Please Make Your Reservations Early.

Click Here for information on Dog Sled Rides during the Winter.

The Buck Sporting Lodge
E5372 Highway M-94, Munising, MI 49862
1-906-439-5242

www.beardeerhunting.com

WINTER FUN

Dogsledding at Triple Creek Kennels

 

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