Ontario Whitetail Deer Hunt Details

Guided Whitetail Deer Hunts:
$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
Thermos
Flashlight
Good warm boots
Long range radios can be useful.
Cheese Cloth for meat

Firearms & Regulations

Ontario Hunting Regulations:
www.ontario.ca/document/ontario-hunting-regulations-summary

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 cfp-pcaf@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, 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.