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Directory of 11 Ontario Moose lodges, guides and outfitters in Ontario.

7 Lakes Wilderness Camps
33 Old Forestry Rd, Nakina, Ontario P0T 2H0
Phone: (715) 949-7777

Nakina is the top Moose hunting destination in Ontario and maybe all of Canada. Due to the high population of Moose; we receive way more adult Moose tags than outfitters that are farther south. This is why we are able to provide archery (bow) hunts, rifle hunts and Muzzleloader hunts at a very reasonable price.

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Black Bear Adventures
R.R.#14, Box 30, Site 12, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5E5
Toll Free: (800) 466-0918, Summer: (807) 933-4407

Welcome to your Ontario moose hunting domain! Experience first-hand our phenomenalhunting packages at our fine resort, located on Dog Lake in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Moose range over much of North America. They frequent marshy areas feeding on abundant vegetation. For many hunters, taking a large bull is the hunt of a lifetime! The distinct antler rack is seen on many outdoors lodges as a sign of expertise and inspires awe at the sheer size of the animal.

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Crawford's Camp
5821 ON-71, Sioux Narrows, Ontario P0X 1N0
Phone 1: (807) 226-5646, Phone 2: (888) 266-3474

The only Non- Resident Moose Hunting in the area is in the Provincial Primitive Weapons area on the Aluneau Peninsula. These hunts can be either Black powder, Muzzleloader, or Archery. Archery means either Bow or Crossbow. We operate two Tent Camps for our hunters.

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Forrest Lodge
Caribou Lake Road, Armstrong Station, Ontario P0T 1A0
Office: (888) 763-6486

The "Canada Moose" defines big game hunting in North America. The season for bow and gun hunters starts in mid-September. Non-resident hunters must have a valid hunting license and be a registered guest at a tourist establishment. There aremany ways to hunt Ontario Moose, calling,paddling up creeks, small rivers or along the lakeshore and stalking in the bush. Being patient, watching and waiting in feeding areas, edges of marsh meadows, 2-5 year old burn areas and forest cutovers can be very rewarding, especially if it's also a browsing or travel corridor.

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Four Seasons Guiding
27 Beech Street East, Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0
Phone: (888) 627-0598

The wilderness region between Chapleau and Wawa is well known for being one of the top areas in Ontario for fishing and big game hunting. Our Moose hunt takes place in WMU 32 and WMU 35. This is one of the top regions for Moose hunting due to the absence of deer. Whitetail Deer are carriers of a parasite that is deadly to Moose. A high population of deer usually means a low population of Moose. We do not have any deer in our area or at least you can say they are very rare. As a result, we have a thriving Moose population in our WMU.

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Gray Wood Outfitters
Beteau Lake, Kenora District, Ontario P0T 2H0
Cell: (705) 795-0522

Far into the extreme northern wilderness of Northwestern Ontario and way past all the other lodges and outpost camps north of Nakina is your dream destination, Gray Wood Outfitters. We cater to both archery and rifle hunters and have both Bull tags and Cow tags for WMU 1D. We can fully customize any hunting trip to meet your needs. The options are too plentiful to list on our website without creating confusion so please contact us with any questions or concerns.

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Lac Seul Lodge
Box 850, Ear Falls, Ontario P0V 1T0
Phone: (807) 222-2107

Moose are abundant in this area. Lac Seul Lodge has taken many record bulls with rifle and bow. Ontario's early bow season is the second or third week in September. The rifle hunt begins in mid October.

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North Superior Charter & Outfitters
166 Wadsworth Dr, Nipigon, Ontario P0T 2J0
Phone: (866) 282-4854

The north shore of Lake Superior has one of the highest Moose population densities in Canada. Because of this North Superior Charters receives more adult non-resident Moose tags than other camps can only dream of. This coming year we will have six Bull Moose tags for rifle and four Cow Moose tags for rifle. In our region we are allowed to split one rifle tag into two archery tags.

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Red Pine Lodge
220 Red Pine Rd, Foleyet, Ontario P0M 1T0
Phone: (877) 264-4911

Northern Ontario has one of the highest concentrations on Moose in Canada. We are located at the most northern point that roads reach in Ontario so we are very close to massive populations of Moose. From our location, we have access to hundreds of miles of wilderness trails, old logging roads, streams, rivers and marshes where Moose are constantly seen. Our experienced guides know where to go so you can get your Moose.

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The Outpost Company & Halley's Camps
P.0. BOX 15, Minaki, Ontario P0X 1J0
Phone: (800) 617-1906, : (800) 465-3325

Our all inclusive, fully guided moose hunts take place at either one of our 12 remote fly-in outposts or at one of two fly-in tent camps. These hunts are in remote locations in some of the most prime moose hunting in Ontario. For our rifle hunt we consistently have a 90% success rate with 50+ inch bulls taken each year. Our largest bull to date was 66+ inches that scored out at 219 7/8 with Boone and Crockett. Calling in a 1400 lb bull with a rack that size will make the hair stand up on the back of the neck of even the most experienced hunter!

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Woman River Camp
Box 538, Ear Falls, Ontario P0V 1T0
Phone 1: (807) 222-2068

Woman River Camp’s remote location in Northwestern Ontario, Canada is ideal for moose hunting. Hundreds of kilometres of game trails, abandon logging roads inter-twine new clear cuts and old growth forest along with ponds, rivers and swamps. This is the perfect habitat for the majestic moose to thrive and produce trophy class racks! Our area has one of the densest populations of moose in Northwestern Ontario.

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