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Deer*Bear*Wolf*Grouse*Waterfowl
Clearwater Lodge
Vincent & Lisa Pennarun
RR#2
Emo, ON POW 1EO
Ph 807-482-3839
           

Northwestern Ontario has been one of the best-kept hunting secrets for Monster Whitetail Bucks for many years. Since the famous Dryden Buck was killed by poachers, all eyes have started looking at Northwestern Ontario for awesome Whitetail deer hunting opportunities. Once the news got out about this deer possibly being a new World Record, Ontario became the focus of most deer hunting circles.  In the fall we offer guests outstanding Whitetail Deer Hunting. We are located within the famous Whitetail Triangle where the biggest wild fair-chase Whitetail Bucks in North America are being harvested. Hunting magazines all over the USA and Canada have been saying this part of Ontario has the best Whitetail Deer hunting in the world. Ontario has the best Black Bear hunting in the world and where we are located, the southern side of Northwestern Ontario, is where the biggest bears can be harvested. There are reasons for more bears and bigger bears. Last year we only take a limited amount of bear hunters each year. Our conservation effort has really paid off. Our guests enjoy an extremely high success rate as well as huge trophy bears. Our hunting guests have the luxury to pass on smaller bears and wait for the big boars.

Deer
Swampers Guiding & Outposts
Wayne or Diane Parks
Box 1070
Keewatin, ON POX 1CO
Ph 807-543-1307
Ph 807-466-8040
           


We will put you in on a big buck but basically the rest is up to your skill and persistence as well as shooting ability.These bucks will compete with bucks found most anywhere. Most of our hunters drive here since we are only a couple hours north of International Falls, Minnesota. but you and also, fly into Winnepeg Airport and rent a car or arrange for us to pick you up.  We hunt the forest fringe backing onto many miles of wilderness as well as lakes, also private land. We have excellent meals and lodging! We do not book many hunters/fishermen so please call early. we dont do sport shows as all repeats and word of mouth customers and dont overbook so please book early  thanx swamp. Our deer hunts run from Sunday noon until noon Saturday. We try real hard to make sure your hunt is a success. If you email me, i will answer as soon as possible also leave phone number if you want  $500.00 deposit required to book a deer hunt. I will contact you immediately when the deposit has been received.--there is no refund of deposits but another deer hunter can take the place or in some instances can be forwarded to next year
Black Bear*Grouse
Medicine Stone Resort & Outposts
Martin Briggs
Box 1216
Red Lake, ON POV 2MO
Ph 807 735-2353
Fall Black Bear Hunting Trips are staged from the main drive-in resort. Hunters have the opportunity of seeing black bear in excess of 500 lbs. Our black bear range in colour from light brown to jet black. Our black bear hunting management unit is huge, covering an area that is almost half the size of Rhode Island. The 3rd largest black bear in North America was taken from the Red Lake area (over 750 lbs). Black bear hunting at its best. We have excellent fall grouse hunting. You can come up for just grouse hunting or make your vacation a grouse hunt/fishing combo vacation. There are many animal paths and trails to walk down. The woods here are stuffed with grouse!
FISHING

Walleye*Pike*Trout*Muskie
Medicine Stone Resort & Outposts
Martin Briggs
Box 1216
Red Lake, ON POV 2MO
Ph 807 735-2353
 
Medicine Stone Resort and Outposts offers quality secluded drive-in and remote fly-in fishing opportunities for trophy Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Blue Walleye. Where else can you have an entire lake all to yourself? We also have a secret trophy Muskie lake and drive-to Smallmouth Bass lakes. Medicine Stone Resort is located on Upper Medicine Stone Lake, 15 miles west of Red Lake, in Northern Ontario. The main resort has the unique opportunity of being secluded, yet still accessible by road (private). The atmosphere very much resembles that of an outpost camp. All of our drive-in and fly-in cabins are light housekeeping cabins.
Walleye*Trout*Perch*Muskie*Pike*Bass
Clearwater Lodge
Vincent & Lisa Pennarun
RR#2
Emo, ON POW 1EO
Ph 807-482-3839
           
Ontario is the top destination in Canada for freshwater angling. The Clearwater Lake / Pipestone Lake chain of lakes have a justifiable reputation for having the very best Walleye,  Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Muskie and Smallmouth Bass in Northwestern Ontario. Complementing this list of popular gamefish is the availability of other fish such as Whitefish, Crappie, Perch and Largemouth Bass. Clearwater Lodge is located in the center of it all with easy access to all species.
Trout
Travel Adventures-Grand River
Jean Chaintreuil
125 Sully's Trail, Suite 1
Pittsford, NY 14534
Ph 585-360-1812

           
This is the place to stay, if you are looking to escape from life's hectic pace and get back to nature. For the enthusiast, the river is a world-class brown trout fishery. Your hosts and professional guide, Brian, is available with his knowledge of the river. Dries, streamers and nymphs. Guiding arranged through Grand Guides Co-op or The First Cast Fly Shop.
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Ice Fishing
Clearwater Lodge
Vincent & Lisa Pennarun
RR#2
Emo, ON POW 1EO
Ph 807-482-3839
           
 
Ice Fishing for Walleye, Pike, Lake Trout, Whitefish & Perch: We are open in the winter from January to March to give warm and cozy accommodations to ice fishing people, snowmobilers and people that just want a quiet and secluded getaway.
   


Ontario Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

Ontario employs a selective form of deer harvest system during most of its bow and gun (muzzle loader, rifle and shotgun) seasons to control the taking of antlerless white-tailed deer - both fawns and does. It provides one season wherein both non-residents and natives of the place can harvest bucks. While this is happening, a small group of resident hunters may go off hunting antlerless deer for herd size regulation purposes. Although timid and withdrawn, white-tailed deer have successfully adapted to human intrusion into their space. Actually, forestry and agricultural activities have even contributed to raising Ontario deer denizens. These practices opened up thick woodlands, which in turn led to additional food sources for the deer. The weight of Ontario whitetail deer can reach above 136kg (300lbs). However, mature, healthy deer on average weigh between 63kg and 114kg (140lbs and 250lbs), bucks usually being larger than does. April is when antlers start appearing on bucks. By the time October arrives, they are prepared for the November mammalian reproduction phase, more commonly referred to as the rut. Antlers generally come off at year's end. Whitetail does that breed in the fall deliver the fawns in spring. With fairly mild winters and good habitats, giving birth to twins is common while triplets are a definite possibility. The females may stay with the mother for a couple of years or until the initial mating occurs.  A whitetail deer can reach speed bursts of nearly 65km/hr (40mph), with bounds reaching six meters (20ft). The normal gait for whitetails deer is a trot that is paced between 16 and 32km/hr (10 and 20mph)..



Ontario Hunting Outfitters and Guides Elk Facts

In the late 1800s elk were extirpated from Ontario, but due to the success of restoration efforts by the Ontario government and many important partners in the late 1990s, elk now inhabit several areas of the province. Everyone can appreciate the intrinsic value of elk. One of Ontario's largest mammals, this majestic animal is once again an important part of Ontario's ecosystems and biodiversity. Elk also provide opportunities for recreation such as viewing and hunting. Elk hunting is relatively new to Ontario and some of the regulations are different from moose and deer hunting.  Carefully review the regulations and draw application instructions if you are interested in applying for an elk hunting opportunity in southern Ontario. A resident who has a valid hunting version Outdoors Card and who is successful in the draw for an elk game seal, or is part of a group that is successful in the draw, is permitted to purchase a licence tag and is eligible to hunt an elk during the open season in the WMU and Harvest Area specified on the seal. Hunters wishing to party hunt for elk must apply to the draw as a group. If a hunter is successful in the draw for an elk seal, only the applicants who applied as part of his or her group will be eligible to buy an elk licence and party hunt under that seal. The maximum group size for hunting elk is four (not including any apprentice hunters).  A person hunting under the authority of a Hunter Apprenticeship Safety Card and under the direct and immediate supervision of a member of the elk hunting group is permitted to participate in the elk hunt.



Ontario Hunting Outfitters and Guides Moose Facts

Moose hold strong social, ecological, and economic importance in Ontario. Moose are an integral part of Ontario's biodiversity and generate millions of dollars in economic activity through hunting, viewing and tourism each year. Moose are a social and cultural icon to many northern communities. They are the largest of Ontario's four cervid species.
 Moose can be found in Ontario from the Hudson Bay Lowlands to the most southern extent of the Ontario Shield. Healthy moose populations require habitat that provides a good mix of food, water and cover. Moose prefer areas with a mixture of young and mature forest and are often found in greatest numbers where parts of the forest have been disturbed by wildfire or forestry operations. These types of disturbances open up the forest and allow light to penetrate to the forest floor. Light promotes the growth of young trees and shrubs that are primary foods for moose. Moose use different habitats at different times of the year. These seasonal movement patterns are associated with finding the best food and cover available. Moose use the cover of different habitats for shelter against weather and predators. Thermal cover is used to help moose control their body temperature, especially during extreme weather and temperatures in the summer and winter. In the summer, moose prefer low lying areas with stagnant water. Moose will eat large quantities (25-30 kg) of aquatic plants each day in order to gain weight for the fall/winter period. Moose will also use these aquatic habitats to cool down during high summer temperatures. Adult moose are very large. Female moose (cows) usually range from 375 to 535 kilograms (825-1180 lbs.). Male moose (bulls) are larger and usually range from 400 to 545 kilograms (880-1200 lbs.). Bulls are usually about 1.7 to 2.3 metres (5.5-7.5 feet) high at the shoulder. Bull moose have large heavy antlers, which are dropped in the winter and are re-grown again during the following spring and summer. Cows do not grow antlers. Antler size is an important factor in determining the dominance of bulls during breeding time each fall. Natural mortality of adult moose is generally low in this phase of their life. As moose age, they often lose weight and bulls' antler size can decrease. Natural mortality increases at this stage in life. Teeth begin to wear down, diseases such as arthritis develop, and parasite loads increase.


Ontario Hunting Outfitters and Guides Bear Facts

Black bear are found throughout most of Ontario, from close to Lake Ontario in the south to the Hudson Bay coast in the north. The highest densities of bears in Ontario are found in areas such as the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve and Algonquin Provincial Park.Bear are extremely adaptable animals and are omnivorous - which means they'll eat just about anything. Insects such as ants as well as berries, nuts, small mammals and near urban centers, garbage, are all on the menu.Bear are generally solitary animals except for females with cubs. The bear cubs stay with the mother for about 17 months and the females mate every two years. Males have large ranges which may overlap the ranges of several females. These males spend most of their time on their own. Bear are most active in the early morning and at dusk, but can be active anytime of the day. Black bear in northwestern Ontario hibernate through the long, cold winters. Males emerge as soon as food sources are present in the spring followed later by females with cubs.Bear hunting opportunities in Ontario are dependent on having sustainable black bear populations across the province. Ontario’s black bear management program is responsive to the ecological, social and economic interests of the public and you are encouraged to provide input on how bears are managed locally including the development of local bear population objectives. You can find out more by hunting or contacting your local ministry office for local bear population information and management.


Ontario Hunting Outfitters and Guides Wolf Facts

Wolf Management Plan is Ontario's response to the designation of eastern wolf as species of special conservation concern... it gives Ontario wildlife managers a new ability to monitor and manage wolf harvest, This ensures that healthy wolf populations will continue to occupy 85% of their historic range in Ontario –ensures that Ontario wolves remain among the best managed and protected in North America (Ontario's wolf population is estimated at 8,000 to 10,000 – one of the most intact and unfragmented wolf populations in North America. Ontario will improve data collection and harvest management to keep wolves off the Endangered Species list. Ontario will regulate wolf hunting in the same way that trappers are currently licenced and regulated, and give Ontario the improved ability to monitor total wolf harvest, ensuring that hunting and trapping continues to be sustainable;
Ontario focuses conservation efforts on wolves, and wolf harvest, while not overly restricting hunting, or farmer's property protection rights, in agricultural southern Ontario; by introducing hunting seasons, limits, and requiring hunters to purchase a wolf hunting seal in central and northern Ontario, the Province is elevating the status of wolves to a valued, and better-managed game species.
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