Sep 19th, 2012 by hearstair
Proud hunter from Ottawa Ontario.
Our 2012 moose hunting season has started and our first successful hunters in Martison lake are surely all smiles as the DeHavilland Turbo beaver flies away with their nice bull moose. Autumn is here and there are signs of a new season. Leaves are changing, mornings are cold…perfect moose hunting!
Moose hunting trips can be booked ahead of time for the following year. if you call us now, we can give you an idea of availability for 2013 but our present hunters will have first pick at returning to their favorite locations.
- RESIDENT HUNTERS – please make sure you have your moose licences and seals with you. Many Ontario residents have not received their seals from the MNR. Please make sure you call into your local office prior to your trip. We will not be able to issue your tag without it.
- NON-RESIDENT HUNTERS – Moose hunting and fishing licences can be purchased online if you already have your outdoor cards. If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to call in. We will be glad to help you get ready prior to your arrival.
Jun 28th, 2011 by hearstair
Well the season started off with cold weather, but as the lakes warm up and the weather spoils us, the fish are making for great stories and memories. All of Hearst Air’s fly in outposts have been successful for walleye, perch and trophy pike fishing.
Have a look through the different lakes and options. Choose from…
- 8 remote fly-in outposts camps
- Trophy fishing at Pym Island on the Attawapiskat River
- Sutton River float trip for Speckle trout
- Canoe the north and choose your own remote destination with a custom wild adventure
CALL NOW! 1-866-844-5700
Mar 25th, 2011 by hearstair
The Ultimate Northern Ontario Fly In Outpost Camp
Georges and Melanie are all done the shows for the year and are very pleased with a great turn out. Many of you came to visit, brought your pictures and stories along with you. Most of all, many people firmed up on dates and locations for their 2011 trips. We look forward to seeing you all again this year.
We also took the time to give some great deals out and please remember to call in and take advantage of those specials. They will not be available for much longer.
CHOOSE FROM THESE OPPORTUNITIES
- 8 REMOTE FLY-IN OUTPOST CAMPS ON LAKES FOR WALLEYE, PIKE AND PERCH FISHING
- 3 SPECTACULAR TROPHY PIKE FISHING ADVENTURES
- DOZENS OF RIVERS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR WILD PADDLING EXPEDITIONS IN THE JAMES BAY FRONTIER
- WORLD CLASS SPECKLE TROUT FISHING ON SUTTON RIVER
- REMOTE FLY IN MOOSE HUNTS
- OR CHARTER ANYWHERE WITH YOUR OWN GEAR FOR A TRULY CUSTOM TRIP
Jan 3rd, 2011 by hearstair
Another year gone by. A great year for sure. We’d like to thank our regular visitors for many years of great fishing and hunting vacations and most of all for developing great friendships along the way. Happy New Year to all of you.
So what have you planned for 2011?
How about a fly-in fishing dream vacation?! A trophy moose hunt with the boys? Maybe a paddling adventure in the James Bay Lowlands. There are so many great trips to choose from.
Hearst Air would love the opportunity to offer a fly-in trip for you this year. Experience true northern fisheries at their best, offering healthy and abundant walleye, large and ferocious pike and world-class trophy speckle trout. We are sure to have the right location and the right experience for you.
Call us anytime toll-free and we’ll help you get started 1-866-844-5700.
Nov 22nd, 2010 by hearstair
We’re getting ready to attend the Outdoor Life Show at the International center in Toronto Ontario on Nov 25-28, 2010. We’d love to see you there. Come share your stories from past fishing trips and discuss the possibilities for next year’s adventure.
Show specials for anyone booking at the show…..booth number 237.
Winter has finally arrived and the planes are now on wheel/skis. We will be busy with servicing the mining industry in remote parts of the far north. We will also be taking the time to update information packages for you and website pictures. So please stay tuned, and hopefully some video will be coming your way as well.
Getting chilly on the dock.
Sep 14th, 2010 by hearstair
The leaves are changing, the air is musty and the mornings are crisp and cold. Sure signs of the moose hunt fast approaching. In preparation for the hunt, we’ve been getting camps ready, tent camps set up and sites cleared for all types of hunters and their crews. Everything short of tying up the animals to a tree trunk has been done. ( we pride ourselves in our service, but that would be going to the extreme)
There are two possibilities still available for the 2010 hunt. Please call us for more details. 1-866-844-5700
Things to remember for this year’s hunt;
- BRING YOUR OUTDOOR CARDS FOR ISSUING HUNTING LICENSES
- HAVE A PLANNING MEETING WITH YOUR GROUP
- SAFETY EQUIPMENT (HUNTER ORANGE VEST AND HATS, GUN CASES…)
- FIREARM FORMS FOR CROSSING THE BORDER. Have them filled out and ready to sign at the border with a customs officer.
- SATELITE TELEPHONE AND EXTRA BATTERY IF NEEDED
- FINAL BALANCE DUE CONFIRMED WITH OFFICE AND PAYMENT METHOD.
- ID AND PASSPORTS IF YOU ARE CROSSING FROM USA
Feel free to call us if we can help with any other preparation. See you soon!
Aug 23rd, 2010 by hearstair
The love for fishing will bring you to all corners of the country. Every day you launch out on a lake or river, you come back with more than a few fillets to cook up for lunch; stories. Stories for your buddies, your kids, coffee break, hockey room, your grandkids. We call them “bragging rights” and every seasoned angler will have one fish that does just that.
Here’s one reason for bragging that will never be forgotten. Whether you pull it out of the water, or you’re the one sitting in the boat watching…it’s a great moment.
Only another month or so of fishing left to beat this record. Call me, try it, I dare you.
lunker pike caught in McLeister lake July 31st, 2010.
Aug 19th, 2010 by hearstair
After close to 10 years of fishing with the guys, two fathers decided it was time to bring the son’s along and ge tthem hooked on the North. Here’s the result…well a few of them…
THEY ARE HOOKED!
Attawapiskat Walleye, another trophy
SO I’m pretty sure we’ve got a new bunch hooked for life.
Jul 9th, 2010 by hearstair
It’s 7 AM, the planes are departing for their northern destinations filled with eager anglers and enough gear to supply a 2 week survival training course….even though they will only be fishing for 7 days. The scene puts a halt to my daily duties and I can’t help but sigh. It’s a beautiful day.
The groups flying in today are typical guests. One group from Ontario, one from Michigan….but they have one important thing in common. Both are made of friends and family who took the time out of very busy lives to greate memories in our big back yard. Another important fact? both have been coming with Hearst Air for over 10 years. I can’t help but feel a sense of pride to have been a part of their memories for that long. We’ve all become friends now, and we’ve scene the families grow.
Grandfathers with grandsons, fathers and sons, best friends, cousins….these are the people who create the best memories together. Remember catching your first fish? where were you? who was encouraging you to keep your rod up and reel ‘er in? You’ll never forget it and it’s so important to pass these stories along.
We would be proud to help you and yours make great memories as well…don’t hesitate to call and ask what type of trip we can offer you this summer. Become a long time customer and a life long friend and create memories with Hearst Air that will follow you forever.
One of many
Jul 1st, 2010 by hearstair
I hope you all find yourselves under the sunshine and enjoying your day. The sky is blue, the fish are biting and everyone is smiling. Couldn’t ask for a better Canada Day!