What to bring on your bear hunt    What to bring on your bear hunt    What to bring on your bear hunt       

 

   

1-     Medium weight clothing- The weather for the bear season will vary from 40ís to mid 80ís. Bring suitable clothing for both extremes.

2-     Scent killing sprays- Our guides will have scent shield sprays in the trucks but to make sure everyone has enough bring your own.

3-    Rain gear- Weather is always an issue. Be prepared for it all.

4-    Non-Scent bug spray- The best we can find is Repel or Colstons brand tick and mosquito spray. This is non-scented and requires one application that lasts for the week.

5-    Medicinal needs- Bring any medical supplies you will need for the week stay.

6-    Basic first aid kit- Pack a first aid kit to also include matches and a compass.

7-     Basic Toiletries- We provide all the linens, towels and blankets, bring your basic needs (toothbrush, toothpaste, non-scent soap etc.)

8-     Climber Tree Stand- This is not necessary but will provide added comfort if you use the top half to sit on. We also have some sites set up for climbers.

 

 

     Directions to Northridge Outfitters Lodge  

         656 Myra Rd. 

      Greenfield TWP.,  Maine  04418

      Penobscot County

 

  Take I #95/Maine Turnpike

Continue to Exit #52

This cuts across to I #295 North in Falmouth

Stay on I #295 North

You will get on I#95 in Augusta Take I #95 north to exit #193, Orono/Stillwater

 Right turn off the ramp onto Rt. #2 East

 Take Rt. #2 East to Old Town (3 miles)

Go through double lights then cross the Penobscot River

 Go 5.6 miles from the bridges to the Greenfield Rd.  You will parallel the river.

      Turn right on the Greenfield Rd

     Go 8.4 miles to the Crocker Turn Rd. (top of hill, little white church)

       Turn right onto Crocker Turn Rd. and go 2.5 miles to the Myra Rd.

       Bare left onto the Myra Rd. (caution at intersection of two roads)

       Go 3.0 miles look for lodge on the left. As you pass the lodge take the next driveway on left.

       Notes:

      Please do not forget to get your big game license and bear permit