$2250.00 Cdn/hunter/week. (2 hunter minimum)
A 50% non-refundable deposit(25% at time of booking, plus an additional 25% before May 1) is required per person to confirm hunting reservations
2015 Deer Hunting Opening Dates:
· Archery - October 3, 2015
· Muzzleload - October 17, 2015
· Rifle - October 31, 2015
Included in the deer hunt:
· 6 days/7 nights with fully equipped housekeeping lakefront cottage unit with all bed linens · Guide Service · Tree Stands and/or Ground Blinds · Transportation to/from hunting stands · Orientation on hunting area · Mid-day check if requested · Game retrieval assistance · Meat hanging in our outdoor shelter
Not Included in the Price:
· You must bring your own food, towels, toiletries & soap
· Export Fee-$35
· Firearms Declaration Form ($25 - read below)
· Dear Hunt License & Outdoor Card ($235.96 + $9.68) ( Buy On-line)
· Hunting Licenses available at camp
What is an Outdoor Card:
An outdoor card offers conservation officers a quick way of authenticating your identification and hunting license. This card is good for 3 years and must be presented to purchase your fishing or hunting license every year.
What to Bring for your Deer Hunting Trip
The following is a list of what we feel is important to remember to bring
· A current/expired rifle license or Hunters Safety Certificate from hunter's home state, so you can get an Ontario License
· Ontario Outdoors Card
· Good warm layered clothing. Hunting in Northwestern Ontario, whether it be September or October, can expose you to a wide variety of weather conditions and temperatures. Hunters must be prepared for extreme cold to seasonably mild temperatures.
· Hunter orange vest or coat and hat - has to be solid orange, not camo patterned
· Rifle: a .270 or larger caliber rifle
· Bow: a 40lb+ bow.
· *Safety Harness* All hunters utilizing tree stands are required to be tethered.
· *All hunters will be issued an Ontario Hunting Regulation Summary- it is the hunter's obligation to read the appropriate regulations.
· Any calls, rattles or scent eliminators etc.
· Trigger lock and or a secure case for storing firearms.
· Soft case or gun sock, for rifle/bow, that can be easily used for transporting firearms to and from stand locations, outside of legal hunting times.
· All food and beverages
· ATV if you like but not mandatory
· Good warm boots
· Long range radios can be useful.
· Cheese Cloth for meat
Firearms & Regulations
Ontario Hunting Regulations:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.