Guided Sea Duck Hunts

SEA DUCK Hunting TRIP Info:

We can accommodate single day, two or three day trips in Mid-Coast Maine.  Our guides have put clients from all across the country on Eiders, Scoters & Old Squaws (aka Long-Tailed Duck).  Sea Duck season in Maine for 2019-2020 is forthcoming.  Limit is 5 Birds total per person per day.  No more than four of one species.  We hunt from coastal ledges and islands which is the traditional Maine way of hunting Sea Ducks.  There is no hunting on Sundays.  If traveling, we recommend finding lodging in either Thomaston or Brunswick. 

For license information and purchase online, visit MEfishWildlife.com.

Some very satisfied clients

What We Provide

  • 17 Years of Sea Duck Guiding Experience
  • Big comfortable boat
  • Safety minded captain
  • Competent guides
  • Coffee
  • Safety equipment
  • Free delivery of trophies to taxidermist
  • Annie the Black Lab's duck retrieval services

What To Bring

  • Maine License with State & Federal stamps
  • 2-3 boxes of 3” #2’s or #bb non toxic shot per day
  • Warm clothes with gloves and hat
  • Knee high boots and insulated bibs or Waders
  • Cooler to pack birds in
  • Seat cushion
  • Sunglasses (optional)
  • Medication if needed
  • Snacks and drinks

Hunt with The Best

With over 17 years of experience guiding, we offer clients a memorable day or weekend hunting sea ducks on the beautiful coast of Maine.

Rates

Guided sea duck hunting trips are available in either 1, 2 or 3 day packages.  If you prefer, we can target species of your choice but multiple days are recommended for increased opportunities.  We can accommodate up to 6 hunters per day.

  • 1 Day Hunt - $300 per person
  • 2 Day Hunt - $600 per person
  • 3 Day Hunt - $900 per person

We offer a 10% Discount for Law Enforcement & Military

“Booked my first ever sea duck hunt with Sly Fox Outfitters. Captain Mike got us on birds, we limited out each day & got a couple banded eider. We will be making this an annual trip now. Great guide, great hunt & beautiful Maine scenery.”

– EDDIE SALT