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Moose Hunt Details:

Our Moose tags are booked for 2018

Housekeeping Moose Hunt & Fishing Package

Each year we receive two cow tags for rifle and four bull tags for archery in WMU 32.

This package includes accommodations, freezer space, and boat & motor. All hunts are fair chase hunts. Please call for additional information.

Hunting Rates: Unguided

Archery Moose Hunt: - $2500 for one Bull Moose archery tag ($625 each person based on a group of four) each extra guy over four is $300. If your group has less than four people it is still $2500.

Rifle Moose Hunt: Cabin, 2 boats, motors, 1 bull moose rifle tag hunt, 6 people $675 per person. If less than 6 people in group, full price for 6 people still applies ($4050). It's $300 for each additional hunter over 6

  • Guided hunts available
  • Provincial licenses & taxes extra

    Cheques for reservation deposit only. Final payment is due on arrival with cash or travelers checks only. Deposit for Moose hunt is 25% of package price per person. Deposits are non refundable but may be forwarded to another date the next year

    Moose Hunting Dates:

  • Non-resident Archery season begins Mid September
  • Non-resident Rifle season begins Mid October
  • Check in is after 2 pm


  • Lakeside cabin for 8 nights 9 days, fully equipped for housekeeping
  • Freezer space
  • Boat & motor as per package

    Not Included:

  • Non-residence Moose hunting license $426.98
  • Export Fee-$35
  • Taxes
  • Food & Drink (Housekeeping Accommodations)
  • Ground Transportation

    Please Note: Fishing and hunting licence's would have to be picked up on your way through Wawa, Sudbury or Chapleau.

    Wawa - Young's General Store (Sell everthing)
    111 Mission Road
    Wawa, ON, Canada
    P0S 1K0
    Phone: (705) 856-2626

    Sudbury - Ramakko's Adventure Store (Everything but non-resident hunting licenses)
    125 Loach's Road
    Sudbury, ON, Canada
    P3E 2P8
    Phone: (705) 522-8889

    Sudbury - Service Ontario (Government - Non-resident hunting licenses sold here)
    199 Larch St, Suite 300
    Toll Free: 1-800-267-8097

    Chapleau - Pit's Place Bait & Tackle (Non-resident hunting licenses sold here)
    Martel Rd.
    Chapleau, ON, Canada
    P0M 1K0
    Phone: (705) 864-0541

    What To Bring:

  • Warm Clothes (Never know what the temperature will be)
  • Hunter Orange hat and vest (camo orange is not acceptable in Ontario)
  • Previous hunting license CN or US
  • Weapons of choice, gun or bow
  • Hard guncase or bowcase (legal requirement)
  • Bug jacket and repellent
  • Rain Gear
  • Extra Footware/Gloves
  • Flash lights (Batteries)
  • Binoculars
  • Coolers & Freezer Bags for meat
  • Hunting knife/sharpener
  • Fishing rod and tackle
  • Food & Drink (non meal plan)
  • Drinking Water
  • Suntan Lotion

    Moose Hunting Notes:

  • Bow hunters must use a bow with a 50-lbs. pull or better. 60-lbs. pull or better is recommended.
  • Bow hunters should be 20 yards or closer when taking a shot.
  • Hunter orange must be worn at all times while hunting or transporting to-and-from the WMU.
  • Hunters need to bring their old hunting license and proper personal identification.

  • Ontario Hunting Regulations:

    Visit the MNR website at for hunting regulations.

    Regulations in Adobe PDF Format:

  • Ontario Moose Hunting Regulations

    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 are 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. Visit the RCMP web site for more information

    Please Note: Do not sign your declaration form until the customs agent asks you to.

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