Black Bear Hunting in Ontario

Ontario Bear HuntingBeing located in the largest crown game preserve in the world has its advantages. Although hunting and trapping in the preserve has been banned since 1925, hunting adjacent to the preserve is allowed!

This is some of the finest hunting land in the world!

Our Bear hunts are offered only through Camp Lochalsh, which sits in the southwest portion of this massive preserve. The Canadian Pacific Railway is the dividing line of the game preserve and is only ¼-mile from the camp. Once you cross those tracks, you’re out of the preserve. This is where we hunt the Black Bear.

Over the years, we have chosen to take fewer hunters than our area can support. We continue this strategy today. Our Bear Management Area lies adjacent to the preserve and is large enough to handle 30 hunters, but we take no more than 15-20 per year, in an effort to maintain and even improve the fine Bear hunting that we have.

Bear hunts are done over active baits that we maintain daily. Tree stands are our primary blinds; however, occasionally a ground blind is utilized. Bear season starts August 15th and runs though September. We can accommodate both rifle and archery hunters.

Both our Bear and Moose hunts are in areas just south of Camp Lochalsh, which contains an abundance of old logging roads. With literally hundreds of miles of these roads waiting to be explored, the amount of area one can cover with an ATV or truck is extensive. We encourage all of our Bear hunters to bring an ATV or truck to access their baits and stands every day.

2016 Bear Hunt Package

$1,750 U.S. per person includes:

  • 7 full days of hunting over active baits
  • Deluxe Accommodations at Camp Lochalsh
  • 18′ Cedar Strip Boat, Motor, and Unlimited Gas
    for fishing on Wabatongushi Lake
  • Bear hunting license
  • Export permit

Deposits of 1/2 required at time of booking.
No refunds on hunting deposits.

Contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss a trip.

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