Maine

State-Specific Information

  • Point System: Maine has a bonus point system in place. You will receive one extra chance for 0-5 years of applying, two extra chances for 6-10 years of applying, three extra chances for 11-15 years of applying, and 10 extra chances for 16+ years of applying. Applicants may also purchase unlimited raffle chances to further increase their odds of drawing.
  • License Purchase Yes/No: No
  • Party Applications: Applicants may add a sub-permittee (party member) on their application. If drawn, this would allow either the successful applicant or the sub-permittee to harvest the moose. However, only one moose may be harvested by either the successful applicant or the sub-permittee.
  • Hunter’s Safety Card Requirement: Applicants born after January 1, 1973 must have a hunter’s safety card in their possession while afield.
  • Youth: A child of any age can apply for a Maine moose tag as long as he/she has a valid hunter’s safety card. Youth hunters under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult while afield.

Point System

  • Point System: Maine has a bonus point system in place.
  • You will receive one extra chance for 0-5 years of applying, two extra chances for 6-10 years of applying, three extra chances for 11-15 years of applying, and 10 extra chances for 16+ years of applying.
  • Applicants may also purchase unlimited raffle chances to further increase their odds of drawing.

  • TAGS Application Deadline: May 8, 2017
  • State Deadline: May 15, 2017

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Outfitter #035
Starting At - $4,295

Maine’s state wildlife biologist estimates the Canadian moose population between 60K and 70K animals, and with only roughly 3,000 tags being issued annually via lottery draw, this makes hunting ...

Trip Details
  • Maine Species
  • State Tag Fee
  • Total Due to WTA TAGS to Apply
    • Moose (10)
    • $585
    • $110
    • Moose (Super 20)
    • $585
    • $165
    • Moose (Super 30)
    • $585
    • $220