Canadian Reports/Discussion

Canadian black bear hunting guides/outfitters?

4/6/24 @ 9:17 PM
big mac
User since 2/19/02

I'm a 65 year old outdoorsman. Debating if doing an outfitter black bear hunt is worth the extra $2000.00+, than booking a hunt in Wisconsin. I harvested a bear in Wisconsin in 2011. A friend found a landowner that was having issues. So it didn't cost much at all.

But what I do like about the idea of a Canadian hunt is many times fishing is included. Especially since you usually only hunt afternoon. 

 So looking for advice,  suggestions, tips, recommendations,  pros, cons, etc.

Thank you, 

Big Mac Randy 

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5/1/24 @ 7:52 PM
big mac
User since 2/19/02
I would like to get something set-up in Zone C.
Not many outfitters/ guides near Black River Falls. 

Big Mac 
4/30/24 @ 8:51 PM
User since 11/29/01
If you have that many points , I would use them. At your age, you will only get a few more. I'm 61 now and have another 10 points to go so I will be 70 when I get my next Wis. bear tag so I am in the same boat as you.
4/11/24 @ 10:06 PM
big mac
User since 2/19/02
It's very sad,  than when you ask some outfitters/ guides questions about their camp, they get angry, upset, defensive, etc.!
 I understand alot of time, efforts,  money, and expertise goes into running a camp. But, as outdoorsmen hunters,  we totally have the right to ask questions. 

Big Mac 
4/10/24 @ 7:51 PM
User since 8/27/01
Big Mac, check your messages
4/10/24 @ 7:43 AM
User since 3/17/09
By the time your done buying gas and bait in Wisconsin let alone the wait for the tag going to Ontario is a bargain. Most fish camps offer bear hunts.
4/9/24 @ 8:52 AM
Wharf Dwarf II
PRO MEMBER User since 6/22/10
We fish at bear paw lodge on Caribou Lake in Ontario. I believe they have a fish/bear hunt package
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