Ontario Fly In Moose Hunting

Big Game Ontario Moose Hunts

Here is your chance to big game moose hunt in the remote fly-in Ontario wilderness. Stay in a warm, comfortable outpost cabin or at a remote tent camp.

This is excellent moose territory with very low hunting pressure. We do regular check flights and have cooler facilities to store your animal.

Fly in to hunt trophy-sized moose in a truly secluded setting—remote wilderness areas with no roads for miles.

Northern Ontario is well known for Moose hunting. Our experienced Ontario Moose Hunting Guides work together to provide our hunters with a very high success rate on our moose hunts. Ontario moose hunts start in September and the cooler lakes often produce some of the year’s best trophy fishing action!

Guided or Unguided Archery Moose Hunts

We offer great bow hunting for moose! We recommend you hunt with our guides who give expert advice and help. On our Ontario Moose Hunts you will fly into our remote outpost cabins—deep in the Ontario wilderness!

Moose Hunt Rates

With competitive rates and decades of outstanding success rates, we are sure you will not be disappointed.

We have adult tags available in excellent moose areas and can provide a superb archery hunting experience in either an outpost camp or a tent camp.

Hunting Deposits

Nonrefundable hunting deposit $1000.00 U.S. per person, due at time of booking.

  • All monies are payable by cash, traveler’s checks, or money orders.
  • Personal checks are accepted for deposits only.
  • Deposits are not refundable.
  • A 13% sales tax will be applied to the moose hunting rate.

All packages include the following:

  • Float Plane Transportation To And From Outpost
  • Clean, Well-Equipped Outpost Cabin
  • Propane BBQ
  • All Cooking, Eating Utensils
  • Propane Fridge, Stove, Solar-Powered Lights
  • Showers, Hot And Cold Running Water
  • 14-Ft. Aluminum Boat (2 Persons Per Boat)
  • 9.9 Hp Yamaha Motors
  • Gas (All You Need)
  • Radio Phone

What to Bring

  GeneralFor Hunting
First aid kit
Water Purifier
Sleeping bag
Fitted Sheets
Life jacket
Needle-nose pliers
Small plastic bags
Garbage bags
Wash cloths

Dish cloth
Dish soap
Tea towels
Paper towels
Toilet paper
Suitable clothes
Rain gear
Sun block
Measuring Tape
Rifle or,
Bow & Arrows
Meat saw
Warm clothing
Long underwear
Rope, come-along
Boots, hip waders
6 Large Game bags

All of our remote outpost cabins are well-equipped! Guests are responsible to bring their own personal gear, hunting gear, beverages, and groceries. Use the list and stock up in Thunder Bay, International Falls, or Atikokan.

Bringing Your Gun into Canada

Important Firearms Information for Non-Residents of Canada

Non-resident gun hunters must fill out and file a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form (JUS 909 EF).

For more information, see the Canadian Firearms Center website at www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca.

Note: In order to acquire a Canadian hunting license, you must have in your possession a current or expired big game license to prove your experience as a sportsman and hunter. THIS IS A CANADIAN LAW. We are not able to issue you a Canadian license without this proof—or you will be required to take a Canadian Hunter Safety Course.

Hunting licenses are available at our base. Because our hunting seasons change slightly each year, please write or phone us at (807) 929-2140 for this year’s dates.

Customers Who Bring Firearms into Canada

Customers who temporarily bring firearms into Canada must generally declare their firearms in writing, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form (JUS 909 EF). Once a customs officer has confirmed the declaration and issued a confirmation number, the declaration form will serve as a license and registration certificate, showing that you are in legal possession of the firearms.

To save time at the border, you should also fill out the declaration form in advance, in triplicate, leaving the signature block empty. Photocopies of the original, completed form are acceptable. The original form and all duplicates must be signed in front of the customs officer.

A confirmed declaration costs $50 Canadian and is valid for up to 60 days. If you stay in Canada for longer than 60 days, you can renew the declaration before it expires by calling the Chief Firearms Officer (CFO) of the applicable province or territory. You can contact the CFO by calling 1-800-731-4000.

Visitors will need to have a new confirmation number each time they enter Canada. If they are bringing the same firearms each time, they can use the same form and have it reconfirmed at the border.

If you bring different firearms into the country on successive visits, you must complete the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form (JUS 910 EF) in triplicate, also to be signed in front of a customs officer. These forms can also be downloaded from the Web at //www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca or ordered by calling 1-800-731-4000 (available in Canada or U.S.).

You will have to pay the $50 only once in a 12-month period for a confirmed declaration, no matter how many new or renewed declarations you require within that period.

Non-Resident Customers Need a Firearms License to Import Firearms

For customers who bring their own firearms into Canada, a confirmed Non-Resident Firearm Declaration form JUS 909EF will serve as a license.

For more information, see the Canadian Firearms Center website at www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca.