10/6/14 @ 8:29 PM
4/25/15 @ 5:46 PM
Got info from the MNR on Moose tags, some are dismal at best. Our area, 21B, lost not quite 50% of the adult tags and no calf hunt until 3rd week of season. West there are areas that were reduced by as much as 95%.
So, if you have a hunt scheduled, best make sure your outfitter has a tag or you will be spending a lot of money for nothing!
4/17/15 @ 4:45 PM
Ontario Moose tags in the north are being cut between 15% and 25% due to poor numbers of Moose, no calved for 3 weeks this year, maybe cutting them out all together in the future! I have suggested they set a quota, then move to attack the predator problems and open a provincial wide Spring Bear season as well as Combine Wolf and Fall Bear to hunt together for Non-residents. Urge your outfitters to contact their MNR people and do likewise. Otherwise, once we lose the Moose hunt, it will be gone forever!!
3/17/15 @ 10:34 AM
Lots to do in moose camp never a boring moment. I would suggest that if you book a moose hunt you do just that and not a fishing trip/moose hunt. We Lived out of tent camps that were specifically set up for moose hunting. Lots of outfitters use there fishing outpost cabins because it is convenient and not because there are moose there. I am not giving up the outfitters name because there are to many haters on here and people that have better spots. I use to advertise on here for a second to none whitetail camp in Saskatchewan and the hate responses from people I got was ridiculous on how the camp was to expensive and they knew of alot of better places to go for bigger whitetails that being said I am not recommending any hunts anymore.
3/17/15 @ 5:49 AM
3/17/15 @ 12:05 AM
3/16/15 @ 6:13 PM
3/16/15 @ 9:17 AM
WF, I hunted north of Thunder Bay. There was four of us flown into a tent camp where we stayed for the next two weeks. We had four bull tags and went three for four on bulls. The trip could have not gone better. I would highly recommend this trip.