C&S Guide Service
South County Rd 405 Newberry Michigan USA 49868
Phone: 906-630-1034   906-293-8550
e-mail: elanman49868@yahoo.com
Hello Hunters, We are Honored by your visit!
C&S Guide Service has a policy that Guides Us:
Make every hunt as enjoyable, memorable and successful as possible!
Although it sounds simple we work extremely hard to achieve this goal!  
Our hunting never stops; we spend many hours, days, months etc. In the
field scouting for trophy bear starting July 15.

Most of our hunts feature hound hunts. We have hunted in the same area
for over 40 years. We are a family oriented Guide Service with 3
generations of Cameron's guiding hunts.

Hunting is in our blood and is a way of life, not just a business. That is
what sets us apart from many other Guide Services.
We are Newberry's First Guide service.
Clarence began bear hunting in the 1950's and started this guide service in the early
1960's.  There are over 85 combined years experience between father & son.
Clarence, Kevin and Crew want to thank you for visiting our site and we look forward
to hearing from you.
If the luck of the draw is on your side, don't waste your tag!  
Come Hunt With Us North of Newberry!
Successful Bear Hunts
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Hound Hunts
We are proud to say that we have more record book bears in the books than any other guide service in the
State!   We have some of the best breed bear dogs in the state. We feature Spring Creek Rock Breed Walkers
and many other breeds. We use the latest in retrieval equipment  for hound hunting.  Our vehicles have the
latest in two-way radios for our hunts.

From July 15th of each year we spend nearly every day in the back woods training our first-class hounds and
locating trophy Bears.

For more information on what's available, please go to our
Price page.

We can't guarantee a bear but we can guarantee memories of a lifetime!!
3 Generations of Guide Service.
Our business happens to be
something that brings us
the greatest  pleasure!

We don't have clients or customers-
just hunting buddies, and everyone
knows: . . .

You NEVER let a
hunting buddy