WelcomeYou have found one of the first and most successful guide services in New Hampshire. Northern New Hampshire Guide Services, LLP has been offering professionally guided and semi-guided hunts for over fourteen years for New Hampshire's most elusive big game; Moose, Black Bear, Whitetail Deer and Wild Turkey. We are NH's Moose Guides. Whether your a lucky lottery permit winner or an auction bidder, we specialize in the NH Moose hunt. ALL of our guides are from Northern New Hampshire. If you are looking for a NH licensed guide that can make it happen for you, Northern NH Guide Services is your NH guide service. Others services may imitate but, no other guide service has paved the way for professional, ethical and industry leading guided hunts in NH. We have been delivering memorable hunts to satisfied hunters for years. We pride ourselves on providing safe, fun, and bountiful hunts.
The 2014 New Hampshire moose season drew more attention than usual as a clamoring of media outlets highlighted the decline in the NH moose population. The State of NH responded by dropping the number of permits to the lowest number issued in over 20 years. Northern NH Guide Services stood-by and wondered what kind of season it would bring. Pre-season scouting proved to be very fruitful with more bulls and better-than-average bulls being seen on a regular outing. The weather continued to be unseasonably warm for a northern NH fall season, but the moose were still available to be seen, (If you knew where to look). Five hunters from as far as Pennsylvania made the decision to hunt with Northern NH Guide Services this season. “I was very leery looking at the weather report for opening weekend. It was not supposed to be below 40 degrees until Sunday.” said Guide David Noyes. Moose tend to hunker down and not move as much in the warm weather. “I wasn’t planning on taking a moose until Sunday morning”. He wouldn’t need that long...Despite the weather, opening day proved to be one of the best opening days in recent years. Four of the five hunters managed to take their bull on opening day. The fifth hunter was successful on the very next morning. “100-percent is our goal.” said Chief Guide Keith Roberge. “We had a great group of hunters this year and we’re very happy so many could make it happen on the opening weekend.”Chief Guide Keith Roberge managed to help two more moose hunter later in the season in getting their moose bringing NNHGS’ total to seven. One hunter said, “I had no idea how much it involved. We are so glad we ran into Keith.”
2014 N.H. Moose Hunt Highlights:A total of 127 permits issued, this represents a statewide success rate of 72%. 57 bulls (63%) 34 cows (37%)Check out our Moose Hunt Photo Gallery!