Being a small family run camp we try to
customize a successful bear hunt to fit your party. All you have to
do is look at all the smiling faces in our picture portfolio to know
that we are doing our job. Hunts run Saturday to Saturday, but by
the time we set you up in a stand and get you familiarized with the
area, it leaves you with a 6 day hunt. With more than 237 sq. k.m.
exclusive to our camp, let us set up the baits to suit anyone's
needs. Stands are accessible by side road, bush road, ATV trails and
off the water. Your ATV is welcome and will assist in getting you
back to some of our deeper baits, but our road and water baits give
good success rates as well. We bait well in advance of the hunt,
starting in June and continue throughout the summer to establish a
regular bait strike long before the hunting season. Baiting is done
with a mixture meat scraps, sweets and grain plus restaurant grease,
and a few things we keep to ourselves.
Ground stands being set up and ready. Tree
stand hunters need to bring your own tree stand if you want to get off the
ground, aid with set up will be provided. With 75% of the hunt work
completed by us, your 25% should be easy and very enjoyable especially
when we assist in tracking, retrieving, skinning, meat preparation and
storage with the success of the hunt. It should be noted we operate a
small hunt, maximum of 6 men per week, so book early to reserve a spot. We do not allow sows with cubs to be
shot at our camp. Not only is it unethical but it is illegal and damaging
to our management plan. Freezer service is available on site and if timing
is available we can arrange your bear to be cut and fast frozen and
prepared for your trip home. We work very hard to give you a
successful and memorable hunt. Bear populations have visibly exploded in the last
6 years since the cancellation of the Ontario Spring Hunt.
To view more pictures of our bear hunts,
please click here.