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Northern Ontario Black Bear Hunting
Hunting Gallery


Our bear hunts are fully guided. When bear hunting with us the price includes your accommodations with us in one of our new cottages or smaller units (depending on the size of your group), Non-Resident Black Bear Hunting Validation Certificate, an active pre-baited stand, tracking and retrieval, skinning and freezing.

Our above average success rate is the result of many years of experience. We have a very large leased bear hunting area in which we have exclusive non-resident hunting rights. Our bear management area is one of the largest and most productive areas in Ontario and has been well managed to maintain its quality.

Our hunts are designed for the serious hunter. These wild animals are intelligent with a keen sense of sight and smell. Reducing movement and eliminating human scent will definitely increase your odds of success.

You arrive and hunt. No hauling stands, no setting up stands and disturbing the hunting area, no taking stands down or moving them. We take care of all of it and our stands are professionally set, safe, clean and all ready for you.

You will hunt with the most reliable, experienced guides, you will receive the best care for your trophy that will be kept in our walk-in cooler/freezer. A taxidermist can only work with what he/she is given. A trophy of a lifetime deserves the best.

Our bear management area is in a region north of Lake Superior where there are few roads and very little population. Just the way we like it - and so do our guests. Our hunt includes everything you need to enjoy your stay and a successful hunt.

We also have excellent fishing for northern, walleye, brook trout and lake trout. You can fish right on the main lake or you can fish one of the many smaller lakes close by. Boat rentals are available to our bear hunters on a daily or weekly basis, or you are welcome to bring your own boat along.

Ontario Hunting Regulations:

Visit the MNR website at for hunting regulations.

Regulations in PDF Format: Click Here

Should you have any general questions pertaining to the hunting regulations summary please contact the Natural Resource Information Centre at 1-800-667-1940 or by emailing

Canadian Firearms Declaration Form:

You will be required to fill out a temporary gun permit to bring firearms into Canada (Firearm Declaration Form). The fee is $25 payable at the border crossing.

Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Forms:

Available by emailing, or by calling 1-800-731-4000 (Canada and U.S.) or 1-506-624-5380 (other countries) and from all Customs offices across Canada.

Please Note:

Complete the forms but do not sign the forms until you are asked to by the custom's agent.

Moose Hunting Cabin Rentals for WMU 21A

We do not have non-resident adult Moose tags at this time. We do offer lakefront cabin rentals for resident Moose hunters with their own tags for WMU 21A.

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