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Guided Black Bear Hunting in Central Ontario Canada
Offering fall black bear hunts in south-central Ontario. With over 35 years of experience, we are proud to boast an exceptional 90% success rate. We have sites suitable for archery, rifle, shotgun and muzzle loading hunters. Hunt in WMU60A, WMU61, WMU62, WMU68A or WMU68B. Call Today to book your hunt.
Black Bear Hunting James Bay
Frontier in Ontario Canada
Smart black bear hunters come to James
Bay Frontier in northern Ontario Canada. The Bear Hunting is spectacular here
in northern Ontario Canada. We have been providing Canada Bear Hunting in the
James Bay Frontier 35 years. Lillabelle Lake Resort. By the third day of the
season, this James Bay frontier sportsman was offered three good different
opportunities. He chats it up with a couple other hunters then sets off on his
third day's adventure.....
We are situated in W.M.U.40 on the border of a large game
What we like to call a hunter's dream.
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Black Bear Hunting Sioux Lookout
in Ontario Canada
Fly-in Wilderness Hunting Outpost Camps
in Sioux Lookout in Northern Ontario. Canadian Black bear hunting at it's best!
A Fly-in hunt to wilderness outpost camps where the bear population abounds.
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Camps Bear Hunts Black Bear Hunts with Canadian Outfitter for Sioux Lookout
Hunting Packages. You can hunt for black bear, moose, grouse and ducks. Fall
bear hunting in the Canadian wilderness of Sioux Lookout
Black Bear Hunting in Temagami
We offer both rifle and bow moose
hunts, as well as black bear hunting at Angus Lake Lodge and Resort in
For that relaxing vacation getaway that is way past due !!
Hunting lodge in Temagami, Ontario, Canada.
Black Bear Hunting in Temagami and
Marten River Ontario Canada
Ridgewood Cottages Temagami
hunting vacation offers housekeeping accommodations for large or small groups
of hunters in our winterized cottages. Clean, fully equipped for convenience,
plenty of hot water and heat after a long day hunting in the bush. Moose
Bear Small Game Ducks and Birds are plentiful to the Temagami
area, making for a successful hunt. Old logging roads, marshy terrain and some
well-hidden trails will take you into some prime hunting spots - if you are new
to the area we will help you along with some hot tips.
Hunting Moose, black bear, grouse, and ducks with miles of bush camp roads to
travel on, and inner creeks and ponds for ducks!
Black Bear Hunting Sioux Lookout
in Ontario Canada
If you are looking for a black bear
hunting wilderness experience, Northumbrian Resort offers one of the largest
bear hunting area in northwestern, Ontario. This rugged terrain makes for some
of the finest in bow hunting. We have a 92% success rate on bear kills with our
baited stands. Fall bear hunts are offered at our outpost cabins. We invite you
to enjoy a black bear hunting adventure, eat like a king and maybe take some
time for trophy fishing!
Northumbrian Resort _Hunting Sioux Lookout
Black Bear Hunting on Manitoulin
Island in Ontario Canada
Mac's Hunting Camp Hunting on
Manitoulin Island Mac's Camp is the place to stay for fall deer hunting and
black bear hunt.. White Tail Deer are plentiful on Manitoulin Island, a hunter
can be assured of a successful hunt. Our Black Bear Hunts bring hunters from
all over North America and provide both archery hunters and rifle hunters
excellent presentations to harvest bears on
The black bear population in this area
continues to thrive. We do not believe in over hunting an area, rotating
hunting grounds by seasons, thereby ensuring healthy population. We have sites
suitable for archery, rifle, shotgun and muzzle loading hunters.
Temagami Hunting Getaway in Temagami Ontario
Canada * What You Need to Know about Temagami Hunting before You Arrive.
* What To Do if You're Hiking
and You Encounter a Bear in Temagami
In truth, none of the larger mammals in
Temagami woods want anything to do with us. As long as were far enough
away from them, theyll likely take off in the opposite direction before
we know it. But if they feel threatened or cornered, its a whole
The only bear youll encounter in
Temagami is the black bear (even though they are sometimes more brown than
black in color). Black bears, like its forest roommates, are trying to adjust
to shrinking habitat. As a result, they are becoming more and more brazen
around people. Theyve been known to enter cabins and automobiles to raid
food storage bins and make off with whatever they can.
In general, black bears are far more afraid
of you than you are of them, and if you make a lot of noise as you hike or set
up camp, youll very likely drive any nearby well away. But if you do come
upon a bear unexpectedly, you need to know what to do.
Situations triggering aggression are usually
surprise encounters. For instance, you round a corner only to find a black bear
standing nearby with two cubs, anduh oh--youre between mom and her
babies. That scenario is probably the worst of any other meeting in the woods.
Bears will attack anyone who comes between a sow and her cubs.
Second, theres great danger in hanging
around a bears kill site. If youre hiking or looking for a good
place to camp, be on the lookout for carcasses and scavenger birds, such as
ravens and crows, congregating in a specific area. If you see them, you may be
near a kill site, so keep moving on well away from it.
Finally, bear leave any number of signs that
theyve been around, which means theyre likely to show up in a
specific area a number of times. The signs range from tree scratch marks to
scrape marks in or near a fire pit. Should you see any of these signs, or if
youre near a game trail, find another spot to camp.
When you do set up camp, make sure that you
set up your outdoor kitchen well away and downwind of your campsite. While
bears cannot see well, their sense of smell is many times stronger than that of
mankinds, so when you cook a meal, its a good idea to:
1. Cook only as much food as you plan to eat.
Anything left over can be a bear magnet.
2. Change your clothes after cooking and
double bag them in heavy-duty plastic bags. Bears can pick up the scent of food
from the clothes you were wearing when cooking.
3. Never store food in your tent or your car.
The best way to store it is to use a bag fastened to a rope that you throw over
a tree branch thats too high for a bear to reach.
4. If you see a bear, but it has not seen
you, quietly back away from it. Do NOT run! Never turn your back on a bear. If
its headed toward you on a trail, get downwind of it and let it pass, or
take an off-trail detour, again downwind.
If a bear does see you and its a good
distance away, you want to make sure it knows that youre human and not a
threat. Speak calmly to it and slowly wave your arms above your head. That
makes you look bigger and tells the bruin youre human.
Hunting in Ontario
be sure to book early.
The objective of the hunter orange regulation
is to maximize hunter safety without negatively impacting hunting success.
Under this regulation, all licensed
hunters, including archery hunters hunting during the gun season for deer
and moose, are required to wear hunter orange. As well, all black bear hunters
hunting during the black bear season are required to wear hunter orange except
when in a tree stand. (This exception is in place because, unlike deer and
moose, black bears have colour vision.) Waterfowl hunters, wild turkey hunters
and archery hunters in archery-only areas are exempt from the hunter orange
A hunter orange garment and head cover must
be worn. The hunter orange garment must cover a minimum of 400 square inches
(2,580 square cm) above the waist and be visible from all sides. Open mesh or
camouflage hunter orange must not be part of the 400 square inches. A hunting
coat or vest generally meets this requirement. The hunter orange head cover may
have: open mesh; a peak or brim colour other than hunter orange; a crest or
logo which does not completely cover the hunter orange on the side where it is
affixed. The head cover may not contain camouflage material.
Hunter orange colour standards are generally
consistent across North America. Manufacturers can provide information
regarding clothing compliance with this standard. Hunter orange product is
available at the
O.F.A.H. Online Store.
Since the cancellation of the spring
bear hunt, the bear population has exploded.
In response to the cancellation of the spring
bear hunt and the rise in bear activity, the Ministry of Natural Resources
(MNR) launched their
Program, which is currently in its second year of
operation. According to the MNR, the Bear Wise Program was established as the
first step to a complete nuisance bear management strategy and is aimed at
educating the public on ways to prevent human-bear conflicts.
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Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Regions
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
This map is
illustrative only. Do not rely on it for precise location of routes or
features, nor as a guide to navigation.
MNR divides the province
into 3 administrative regions.
- Northwest: From Thunder Bay to far north of Sioux Lookout.
From the Manitoba border to Geraldton in the east.
- Northeast: From Lake Nipissing and Manitoulin Island in the
south to the coasts of James Bay and Hudson Bay in the North and as far as Wawa
to the West.
- Southern: From Sarnia and Tobermory in the west to Cornwall
in the east. From Lake Nipissing to Chatham and the Greater Toronto Area.
- General: Additionally there are some other frequently
requested addresses such as the Minister's Office, Government Information
Centres, and the Rabies Research Unit.
The new toll-free TIPS-MNR reporting line,
1-877-TIPS-MNR (1-877-847-7667), provides a direct line for the public to
report resource violations to the ministry 24 hours a day, seven days a week
from anywhere in Ontario.
NATURAL RESOURCES TIPS REPORTING LINE
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hunted with a bow, muzzleloader or rifle. Non-resident hunters must be
accompanied by a licensed guide or a resident host.
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If you hunt in Ontario, you need a hunting
licence from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. If you are not sure
whether you can hunt or if you have any questions about wildlife management
regulations in Ontario, contact: Natural Resources Information Centre Ontario
Ministry of Natural Resources General Inquiry 1-800-667-1940 French Inquiry
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