Deer Hunting Camps in the Adirondack Mountains of New York

Stay in one of our Rustic Tent Camps in the Adirondacks.

Deer and Moose Hunting Camp

Our Whitetail Deer hunting starts in the Northern Zone in October and runs into December.


We hunt Deer in several Locations in Essex and Hamilton County, New York.
We hunt in the Northern Zone in Wildlife Management Units "5F", "5H" and "5G".
On non-guided hunts we direct you to areas that have good deer in them.
Our knowledge of Adirondack Whitetail feeding patterns, and the rutting season will help you to have a successful hunt.
The camp cook prepares tasty all you can eat meals that everyone enjoys.
Our deer camps are located on the edge of the wilderness, with miles of mountain hunting to track deer in. These camps are for serious hunters who want to hunt the Adirondack Mountains of New York.
Pete with his Adirondack Buck taken in 2010. These are true old time hunting camps, with no electricity or telephone.

The unguided Deer Camp Package Includes:

Lodging in one of our tent camps.

All meals, prepared by our camp cook.

Maps and information on the best hunting locations.

Help in getting your Buck out of the woods.
Transportation of your deer to a cold storage locker
and Butcher Shop if needed.

Transportation is available to and from local Air ports and Train Stations.

We can pick you up at a local airport or Amtrack station. The cost depends on the location.
We are about one hour by car from Plattsburgh, and two hours from Albany.
Forty five minutes from Ticonderoga, and one half hour from Port Henry Amtrack Station.

 

Pete with his Adirondack Buck in North Hudson, New York, @008.

What you need to bring

New York State Hunting License

We recommend that you buy your New York State hunting license before arriving at camp to save time.
Licenses can be bought at many locations throughout New York State.
or on line at New York State D.E.C.

Appropriate outdoor clothing for hunting:

We recommend Hunter Orange for safety for all Deer Hunting, except Bow Hunting.
We especially like to wear an orange camo vest over whatever clothing we are wearing.
This makes it much easer to keep track of our hunting partners.
We suggest that you dress in layers. By dressing in layers you can adjust your clothing to stay comfortable throughout the hunt.
The Gore tex hunting clothing that is now available can make the hunt much more comfortable than in the old days.
A pair of well broken in waterproof hunting boots is essential when hunting in the mountains.
Be prepared for cold weather and snow if hunting during November and December.
We frequently have light snow on the mountain tops in October.

A rifle that you have sighted in.

Make sure that your rifle is well sighted in.
Remember to sight in your rifle at the temperature you will be hunting in.
Lower temperatures may mean that your bullets hit the target lower.
Although most of the shots for woods hunting are 100 yards or less, know the trajectory for your caliber, and where your rifle hits at different ranges.

Cost of 6 day non-guided hunt is $650 per person

Scott, Pete, and Lou with their Deer at the Adirondack Deer Camp in North Hudson, New York.

For Reservations
Call 802-897-7500

We recommend that you call well in advance to reserve your Hunt.
We usually are all out in the field during the day.
Please leave a message and we will call you back as soon as we return.

We accept personal checks or cash for payment.
At this time we are not set up to take credit cards.

Cancellations

Please call us for cancellations and refunds.

Contact Us

By phone 802-897-7500
Please leave a message. We are usually out guiding a trip.

By E-mail

By Mail

Abenaki Outfitters & Guide Service
P.O. Box 283
Shoreham, VT. 05770-0283

Each participant under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

For safety we may limit, postpone or cancel a trip due to severe weather conditions.
All customers must sign a waiver of liability before participating in our outdoor activities.
At some times of the year (usually in the Fall) we are guiding extended trips, in Maine or the Adirondacks.
These paddling, hiking, hunting or fishing trips frequently are in areas where even cell phones will not work.
Therefore we may not be able to reply until we return.


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