In early Nov. 2013 I completed a moose hunt with Rays Hunting and Fishing Lodge in Newfoundland. I was assigned an elderly gentleman for my guide. I was a little apprehensive but voiced no objection. Day one of the hunt, my guide made the statement he was not going to "tear myself up getting no moose out of here". I was somewhat dismayed at this statement but thought or hoped this guy knew what he was doing and would eventually put me on a moose. For the next four days we drove the roads all day. I saw several moose at a distance but was told they were to far and we could never get to them. It was apparent he wanted a moose close to the road, which never happen. After four days I informed Ray I wanted a different guide. I was assigned a different guide for the last day of the hunt. I did not get a moose but saw several. At least he made a real effort find to find me a moose. All in all I was very dissatisfied with Rays Hunting and Fishing Lodge. I do not feel I was given a fair chance to take a moose . We had six hunters in camp and five took moose. I would like input or opinions on my version of the hunt.