Welcome to The Moose Capitol of Canada.
Moose hunting in the remote parts of Northern Ontario allows you to truly be in the animal’s territory in it’s entirety. To have the ability to stalk, call, track and kill such a magnificent animal is quite an experience. These areas are unattainable through roads, rail or any other man-made ways. You have the advantage of being in locations where moose have no fear of regular traffic. Most of our camps/lakes are only hunted once per year. A great way to make sure there are no other distractions before or after your hunt.
The territory is divided into Wildlife Management Units (WMU). Hearst Air is allocated a predetermined amount of allocation tags per WMU for distribution among our hunting parties. The allocation tag determines the sex of the moose you will be allowed to shoot.
There are different hunting opportunities as far as logistics and accommodations.
Ontario Resident Hunters may choose a DIY hunt. Bring your own gear, tent, canoe and apply for your own tags. We will fly you into a remote location where only you and your group will have the opportunity to hunt during the season. This allows you to explore a map and find the perfect location for you. Lakes or rivers, as long as we’ve got water to land the plane, we’re in.
Full Package Hunts for both residents and non-residents are available for those needing full accommodations and tags. Hunt a lake which hosts one outpost camp or stay in one of our canvas tent camps where once again, you and your group will have the opportunity to be the only hunters on the lake and the only hunters during the season. This hunt will include accommodations, boat/mot/gas or canoe, validation tags needed (typically 2 – 3 adults for a group of 4 hunters) and all the flying necessary to get you in and out with your moose after a successful hunt.
Validation tags provided depend on the allocation for the season. The number and sex of the tags are confirmed with you at the time of your booking. Typically, we can provide 2 or 3 adult tags for a group of 4 hunters.