After going moose hunting with Parson's Pond Outfitters in Newfoundland, I thought I'd provide my feedback. I read brochures and asked many questions of many outfitters before deciding on Parsons Pond, but was unfortunately disappointed.
Brochure advertised separate bedrooms and showers, but were put in the common room and there was no shower at all. This wouldn't have been an issue if it wasn't for being put less than a metre from the wood stove (on a brutal bed)...talk about breaking a sweat!
Leftovers from dinner were brought the next day for lunch, which is not an issue except for the fact that there was just not enough when you've got hungry guys hiking for hours.
I didn't probe into how or what parts of the moose would be taken out because in their brochure it says 'Moose meat is delicious to eat, and you'll be sure to bring back every morsel...'. We hiked in and after I shot our moose the guide ended taking the four quarters and leaving the rest (neck, ribs, etc.). Turns out he covered the carcass with the hide before we left; after which I realised it was surely to return the next day to get.. After discrepancies with the information provided about butchering, we decided to bring back the meat to NS and have my deer butcher take care of it. 96 kg was about 50% of what we should have had from a 400 kg moose.....ended up short at least $1000 worth of meat.
Even simple things like suggesting that I walk my rifle out from camp (not very far) instead of putting it in the quad trailer to be bounced around like I've never seen before!
If and when you search for a moose hunting outfitter, ask (the right) questions! Better yet, get good references or hope that your outfitters word is a lot better than the Keough's!