"Acknowledgments . . .
. . . & Awards"
We have a long history of satisfied customers who have enjoyed
their Foggy Mountain hunting and fishing experience. Here in their
own words are excerpts from the letters of some those outdoor enthusiasts.
It is always a rewarding experience to hunt with a guide who is
a top notch professional.
The experience of hunting with you is a pleasure as you have great
understanding of the important facts that make a hunt successful.
It is also very important to me as a serious handgun hunter that
you are aware and understand the requirements to make a hunt successful
for those of us who choose to hunt only with a handgun.
If you do not object, I will put Foggy Mountain
Guide Serviceís name on our list of top guides recommended by Smith
& Wesson to the handgun hunters who inquire about places for
outstanding bear hunts
SMITH & WESSON
Roy G. Jinks
Shooting Sports Coordinator
Dear Mr. Bosowicz,
This letter is to thank you for your cooperation during the 1978
bear hunting season. The biological information that you gathered
will be very helpful to this Department, sportsmen, and our bear
To show our appreciation we have enclosed an "Award of Merit"
and are providing you with a complimentary one-year subscription
to our Departmentís Fish and Wildlife Magazine.
Maynard F. Marsh
Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
During the past 20 years Iíve had the good fortune to meet and
hunt with some of this countryís top bowhunting guides and outfitters.
I rate you among the very best.
Your facilities are excellent, your employees knowledgeable,
and your hunting areas exceptional. But most of all I was deeply
impressed by your personal interest in he hunters and the game
being hunted. Few men have your understanding of people and black
M. R. James
At least in the eyes of my two boys, I am a hero now. And maybe
they are not too terribly off the track. That fourth day of my bear
hunt with you sure was a climax. I spent three hours on the ground
behind that rock with eyes my fixed on the bait and my gun pointed
firmly in the same direction. I will never forget the moment when
I heard that soft "tab, tab, tab" behind my back and when
I turned around and saw the bear only five yards away from me. He
had sneaked up the slope from behind. Boy, that aftershave of yours
Thanks for the professional work and the good company. I know that
Ross Seyfred and Mr. Harold Nestroy, the West German Ambassador
to Costa Rica, also enjoyed the trip thoroughly. In particular I
wish to thank you for taking the trouble of driving back out into
the forest at 10:00pm to pick up the bear I shot. This kind of attitude
shows that you must love what you are doing. And thatís probably
why youíre so good at it.
Dr. Florian Deltgen
President, Heckler & Koch, Inc.
March 1, 1999
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has recently received
a letter from a very satisfied client of yours.
As the chairman of the Guide Advisory Board, I am very pleased
to receive letters such as this. It is evident to me that with satisfied
customers such as Scott and Missy Lefmann, your business will continue
to benefit, as will the Department and the entire State of Maine.
It is important that each of our anglers, hunters and other recreational
visitors return to their home state with pleasant memories of the
way Maine Guides have received them. Your service to these visitors
has reflected the professionalism that all Maine Guides should strive
I congratulate you on a job well done.
Sgt. Mark Warren
Chairman of the Guide Advisory Board
Maine Warden Service