Discover great ways to fish and hunt in northern Ontario.
Whether you are a hardcore fishing and hunting enthusiast, or a recreational one, our many outfitters, backcountry and species are what you are looking for. This season, come fly-in, boat-in, drive-in, fly or ice fishing for great northern walleye and brook trout. In the fall, discover great moose, bear and small game hunts throughout the region.
Come and experience fishing and hunting where bigger is better!
Anglers who fish our northern waters regularly know the joys of great fishing. We have thousands of fishing holes that only our experienced operators know how to get to! Many of our lodges and remote outposts have guides available to take you to the best trophy fishing spots. Although catch and release is encouraged, getting your limit happens often!!
Excellent fishing can be found throughout the northern Ontario region, so much undisguised natural beauty. We offer an incredible range of fishing opportunities and species in an untouched wilderness setting. We have everything the angler needs, whether its casting and reeling from a quiet shoreline or going all out with a fly-in adventure where the fishing is fantastic. Its hard to beat the excitement of getting out on the lake early in the morning and heading to the perfect spot, dipping your line and waiting for the action as you lean back and enjoy the sunrise.
If you are looking for the ideal hunting location, northern Ontario is the right place for you. It not only offers you plenty of game, but a hunting experience unparalleled to any other destination. WE pride ourselves on our natural wilderness abundance of game and our ability to connect you with guides, outfitters, support services and accommodations for a safe and rewarding hunt. Small Game hunting is also a popular pastime and it is a great to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Moose hunting is one of the most popular hunts in northern Ontario, along with hunting for black bear and deer. The deer hunt is particularly significant in the southern and western regions, but all three species thrive in healthy numbers across the north
Northern Ontario has become a wold class destination for bear hunters around the globe. Bear hunting occurs in the spring and fall. Small Game such as ruffled grouse (partridge), spruce grouse and snowshoe hares are abundant across northern Ontario. Small game season generally runs from mid September to December.
Chapleau, East Algoma, North Channel, Thessalon, Mississagi Valley, Elliot Lake, Blind River, Spanish, Sault Ste Marie, White River, Wawa, Hornpayne
James Bay Frontier – Ontario Wilderness
Haileybury, New Liskeard, Latchford, Cobalt, Kirkland Lake, Elk Lake, Gowganda, Matachewan, Shining Tree, Gogama, Foleyet, Timmins, Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Hearst, James Bay and Matheson.
North Bay, New Liskeard, Temagami, South River, Loring, Restoule, Callander, Field, Sturgeon Falls and River Valley
North of Superior
Nakina, Nipigon, Manitouwadge, Longlac, Jellicoe, Geraldton, Orient Bay, Marathon, Thunder Bay, Armstrong, Upsula, and Allanwater Fishing Lodges.
Parry Sound, Georgian Bay, Pointe au Barile, Britt, Nobel, Moon River, French River, Pickeral River, Sudbury, Biscotasing, Massey, Killarney, Manitoulin Island
English River, Ignace, Pickle Lake, Savant Lake, Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Wabigoon, Eagle River, Red Lake, Ear Falls, Perrault Lake, Kenora, Minaki, Sioux Narrows, Nestor Falls, Fort Frances, Rainy River, Emo, Atikokan, and Quetico Park Fishing Lodges.