Those of you who read my columns have been exceptionally patient with me as I have devoted two of my columns in the last 8 months to the coming vote on the Bear Referendum.
Thank you for your interest in our services. With over 25 years in the outdoor sports industry we have seen many changes. Like any business, ours is constantly evolving to keep pace with ever changing markets but more importantly to better serve our customers. One thing that has remained the same through the years is our commitment to give one-hundred percent every time to every customer.
Fins and Furs Adventures offers our customers the opportunity for hassle-free travel by providing our Hosted Adventures. By participating in these Hosted Adventures, customer’s travel side by side with us to the outfitters location. We meet at a pre-determined location and travel together. This simplifies the process of clearing customs, traveling with firearms and arriving at your ultimate destination relaxed and on time.
As the license is not easily obtained, so it must be understood that "the patch" should not be taken lightly. Throughout history, Maine Guides have been revered as as some of the most knowledgeable and proficient woodsman in North America. It is a symbol with an honorable history. Wear it proudly!
Our Maine Guide School is the longest running school in the state. This year marks our 21st year with hundreds of successful students.
After two decades in the outdoor sporting industry Lila and I have learned that there is no substitute for quality lodging, meals, equipment and knowledgeable guides. It is our intent to provide you with the absolute best in worldwide sports travel. We hunt and fish at all locations to ensure quality and excellence in the outfitters we choose to promote. To that end, we will do anything that we can reasonably do to make your adventure with us the trip of your lifetime.
Please contact us for more information about our travel or instruction.
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