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Hunting

Hunting season in Northern Ontario begins when the leaves begin to change colour in the fall and until the first blanket of snow layers the ground. The Algoma Region offers three types of Canadian hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl and big game.

Algoma’s professionals will cater to you from accommodations, meals, guide services, trophy mounting and the packing and shipping of your game. A complete summary of hunting regulations are available from any district office of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Black bear season begins mid-August. Small game, wild fowl and big game, including moose and deer begins mid-September through mid-December. With the season running into December, expect to see snow on the ground in the middle of November. This makes tracking that trophy a lot easier in Northern Ontario!

Many Algoma resorts, lodges, wilderness and fly-in operators easily transform themselves into a hunting paradise. Lodges are important for non-resident moose hunters. All non-resident moose hunters must be registered guests at a tourist outfitters lodge to be eligible for a moose license. Every person in your party must have a valid licence and Outdoors Card to hunt any animal or bird and must have it with them while hunting.

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