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Moose Hunting at Ravenscroft Lodge
in Temagami Ontario Canada
The ultimate wilderness experience.
Accommodations for the hunter the Canadian moose located 18 miles north from
Marten River and 20 miles south of the town of Temagami. The lodge is nestled
among the Temagami pines and spruce overlooking Jumping Caribou Lake a
breathtaking view of this magnificent wilderness area.Ravenscroft
Lodge Hunting Temagami
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Moose in Ontario
Moose Hunting Sioux Lookout in
A Sportsman's Paradise Northumbrian
Resort Located in the midst of some of the most productive hunting grounds in
Ontario, it offers hunters a sportsman's paradise. Moose hunters choosing
Northumbrian Resort for their lodging position themselves for the hunt of a
lifetime. Bear hunters, grouse hunters and moose hunters appreciate our
location near hundreds of miles of public hunting grounds. Call 807. 737.3580
today to make reservations for your next hunting trip to Sioux Lookout in
Sioux Lookout in Ontario
Moose Hunting at Angus Lake Lodge
and Resort in Temagami Ontario Canada
Angus Lake Lodge and Resort has it all
for the true hunting sportsman, "come play in our backyard". The Temagami
forest with it's hills, swamps and bogs provide the setting for an exciting and
memorable moose hunting Temagami experience in northern Ontario. If your dream
is to bag a trophy Canadian Moose, Angus Lake Lodge and Resort is the hunting
camp for you. Temagami
Moose Hunting in Red Lake Ontario
Howey Bay Resort has been offering high
quality moose hunting experiences for bow hunters for the past dozen years. Our
belief in providing first class service, facilities, equipment and hunting
areas, in combination with expert, professional and personable guides and
support staff, has resulted in memorable experiences for many of our guests.
All of our bow hunts are fly-in experiences. Your party is the only party on
majority of our lakes.
Moose Hunts Red Lake northeastern Ontario
Moose Hunting at Ravenscroft Cottage
Resort in Temagami Ontario
We are a small, family operated moose
and small game hunting resort in Temagami northern Ontario Canada. We have been
providing Ontario Moose Hunting and Temagami hunting and fishing packages for
over 15 years. Our resort is surrounded by thousands of acres of crown land
with miles of old logging roads, bush camp roads ATV trails, paths and old
abandoned back-county roads and acres of marshes to moose hunt in. Our moose
population is healthy and many of our guests have reported sightings this
season. We hunt on the border of W.M.U.40 a large game preserve, what we call a
hunter's dream, ask about our fly-in moose hunting (limited moose hunters).
Temagami and Marten River are also well known for excellent bear, and small
game hunting. We attempt to give our clients the best and most enjoyable
Temagami hunting and wilderness experience.
Moose Hunting at Northland
Paradise Lodge in Temagami Ontario Canada
We offer fall moose, grouse and
resident bear hunting packages in WMU 40. Moose hunts start in early October
through November 15 (check MNR hunting regulations for annual dates). Due
exclusively to moose tag allocation reductions by our MNR, the lodge no longer
has adult tags available for our guests. However, we can supply everything else
for a memorable hunting trip including deluxe accommodations with
all-you-can-eat meals, guides, portable tree stand rentals, ATV (with driver)
for pull-outs, as well as cutting & wrapping services (including burger and
sausages). See below for prices. We welcome rifle, black powder and bow
Temagami Moose Hunting
Moose Hunting Northwestern Ontario
Ignace Ontario At Harris Bay Resort, in the heart of the Northwestern
Ontario wilderness, we offer exceptional archery moose hunts. Our area,
Wildlife Management Unit 15A, has the largest concentration of moose in the
province of Ontario. All of our moose hunts are bow only. The hunt takes place
in mid to late September, and you are hunting these animals while they are in
Rut. This enables you to call these giants in as close as 8 yards. Come and
experience the thrill of hunting "up close and personal".
Moose Hunting in Temagami Ontario
Moose hunters will enjoy incredible
moose hunting, hunt Temagami and Marten River area in northeastern Ontario.
Temagami Moose Hunting
Moose Hunting in
Temagami Ontario Canada
Archery Moose hunting is the Holy Grail for
many hunters. As the largest of the deer family, the moose is an attractive
draw for hunters. Its massive size (over one thousand pounds) and incredible
horn spreads (up to seventy inches) make it the king of kills.
Moose are an especially good hunt for
archers. Archery moose hunting is also ideal because moose are nearly blind,
and easy to sneak up upon and reach with a fatal bow shot. It is highly
possible for an archer to get within ten feet of the moose they are
The fall season is the best time for moose
hunting. This is its mating season, and bulls will be susceptible to moose
calls, making it easier prey. Bulls will also begin to move away from their
homes to search for a mate, which will increase a hunter's chance of spotting
one. Despite this movement, moose can be difficult to locate, because they have
a variety of habitats: from swamps, to lowlands, to marshes, to as well as more
wooded areas. It is recommended that new moose hunters hire a guide, as an
experienced moose caller can successfully call moose up to three or four miles
away. Since the moose may already be traveling in search for a mate, this can
be especially useful in locating them.
Generally there are two primary methods of
archery moose hunting: still hunting and stand hunting. Both methods should be
used in an area known to be populated by moose trails, droppings, and other
signs of moose habitation. Still hunting is recommended for rainy days, as it
will be harder for the moose to detect hunters. The hunter will circle slowly
in a area looking for moose. This may be more effective in locating moose, and
requires a less powerful call. In stand hunting, the moose hunter stays in a
stand that is located on a known moose trail. This method requires a powerful
moose call, as the hunter is relying on the moose coming to the stand. This
also requires that the stand be placed in a wooded area to avoid detection.
This can also pose problems for hunters as moose aren't always located in
wooded areas. This is why it is especially important to check for moose signs
when setting up a stand.
Archery moose hunting is exhilarating and
requires a lot of planning, preparation, and skill. However, with a little
preparation and some skill, you can hunt the monster of all deer.
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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
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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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variety of big game hunting opportunities, including moose, black bear, and
deer. Moose is by draw only. No open season for elk or caribou. Animals may be
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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