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BLACK BEAR HUNTING

A SEMI-GUIDED EXPERIENCE

EXCLUSIVE HUNT/FISH PACKAGE

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Experience everything the Canadian wilderness has to offer with a full week of fishing and hunting in Northwest Ontario. With a very limited number of hunts offered annually, Pine Cliff guests receive optimal quality and attention, increasing opportunity for a successful harvest within a robust black bear population.

WHAT TO EXPECT

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Black bears of Northwest Ontario feed on wild berries throughout the summer, yielding a sweet red meat wrapped in a thick, shiny black coat.
 

Hunting season begins August 15 and runs through the end of September. Starting in July, sites are baited weekly with 55-gallon drums full of sweet treats, carbs and protein. As the hunt date approaches, sites are baited with increasing frequency.

Guests spend mornings fishing for trophy northern pike, smallmouth bass and lake trout, and then head to the tree stands to hunt the afternoon/evening. We highly encourage hunters to spend time studying each bear onsite, assessing behavior and physical attributes in order to harvest a mature boar. Most bears will hang around bait sites and eat for a while, so there is plenty of time to assess and make a steady shot. You'll recieve education and tools to distinguish boars from sows, determine bear size and focus on optimal shot placement. We'll also share our tips for processing and preparing your meat, as well as our favorite uses for the bear hide and fat. Just wait until you taste this meat - it's likely to become your wild game of choice!

WHAT'S INCLUDED

6.5 DAYS | 7 NIGHTS
$2,500 USD
  • Cabin rental

  • Boat rental (20 ft. boat / 50 HP motor)

  • Gas (5 gallons per day)

  • Unlimited free ice

  • Bear bait

  • Tree stands, with signed liability waiver

We are happy to assist as needed with transportation to/from stand, bear retrieval, skinning, quartering, and packaging meat for the freezer. We’ll put a hard freeze on the meat and hide and pack on ice for your departure.

Hunter is responsible for all meals, non-resident bear license/tag, export permit, non-resident fishing license, firearm declaration form/permit (not needed if bringing a bow), hunting/fishing gear, and coolers for transporting meat home.

Bear package per person: $2,500 +13% sales tax.  A non-refundable security deposit of $1,000.00 Is required for all reservations.

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