For the hunter, Pine Portage Lodge offers both moose and bear fall hunting packages. Blinds and canoes are provided if needed. Experienced guide service is available with advanced notice.
Our Pine Portage Lodge office can provide hunters with the necessary information, forms, and required license information for their Northern Ontario hunt.
All hunters must be wearing "Hunter Orange" in the form of a vest or jacket. Please comply with Ontario's new regulations concerning the importing, registering, and transportation of firearms and ammunition.
If you are traveling from outside the country, please complete the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form located at the bottom of this web page to bring your firearms into Canada. You are required to have this filled out to present to Canada Customs.
ALL HUNTERS MUST PROVIDE A PREVIOUS HUNTING LICENCE IN ORDER FOR US TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A LICENSE AT THE LODGE.
We offer fall bear hunts from baited stands - Meal Plan Package or Housekeeping plans. These packages include Bear Licence, all accommodations, baited stands, boat, motor and gas, your flight in and out, and flying your bear out.
The Meal Plan Packages includes all meals, with adjusted hours to accommodate hunting. We do provide guide service to accompany hunters to stands on day one, however, additional guide services, skinning bears, etc. is a surcharge.
We do limit the number of hunters to ensure quality hunting. Combine your bear hunt with great fishing for walleyes, northern pike, whitefish, and perch.
Non-Resident Meal Plan Package
4 Day Hunt $2,609.00 Can
5 Day Hunt $2,889.00 Can
Non-Resident Housekeeping Package
4 Day Hunt $2,359.00 Can
5 Day Hunt $2,579.00 Can
Resident Meal Plan Package
4 Day Hunt $2,409.00 Can
5 Day Hunt $2,629.00 Can
Resident Housekeeping Package
4 Day Hunt $2,159.00
5 Day Hunt $2,379.00
Note: Other lengths of stays available. All pricing are in Canadian dollars.
Guided hunts are available upon request, additional charges apply.
Packages INCLUDE Moose hunting LICENCE, 1 adult tag per hunter(see the extra cost for the tag below), boat/motor/gas, meals , accommodations, guide, your flight , and flying your moose out.
2023 MOOSE HUNTING SEASON:
Archery: September 23, 2023
Resident Gun Hunt: October 14, 2023
Non Resident Gun Hunt: October 16, 2023
Resident Meal Plan
5 Day Hunt $5,100.00 plus tax
Non -Resident Meal Plan
5 Day Hunt $5,600.00 plus tax
MOOSE TAG PRICES (not included in the above packages)
Cow/Calf Tag $150.00 plus tax
Bull Tag $200.00 plus tax
Calf Tag $50.00 plus tax
Note: All pricing are quoted in Canadian dollars.
Due to the changes our Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has put in place since 2021, we now have to charge for our Moose Tags. We no longer are able to include the moose tags in our packages at no charge. The cost that is now associated with the moose tags are over and above our package rates. Please note Party Hunting is allowed which means that more then one person can share one tag to keep down your costs. Instead of purchasing one tag per hunter in a party two or more can party hunt on one tag.
Firearm requirements: Centre fire rifles must be at least 270 calibers with rifles of the 30 calibers range recommended, such as 300 Magnum, 30-06, 7MM Magnum; bullet weights in the 180 grain range. Hand guns are NOT PERMITTED in Canada
Bows (Compound, Long or Recurve) must have a draw weight of a minimum of 60 pounds; arrow length must be at least 23.6 inches and arrow head must be at least 0.87 at the widest point with a minimum of two cutting edges or straight, sharp, non-serrated, barb-less steel.
Clothing requirements: During the rifle season hunts, a minimum of 400 square inches of uninterrupted Hunter Orange must be worn at all times (except for Bear Hunters while in tree stands). Camouflage or open mesh orange does not meet these requirements. An orange jacket or vest as well as an orange hat do meet these requirements.
Hunters should have a compass or hand held G.P.S., as well as a good pair of binoculars, thermos, flashlight, lighter, warm clothing, good quality rain gear, waterproof insulated boots, gloves/mitts, long underwear. Two-way portable radios are also recommended. Fall hunting weather can be warm & dry to cold, wet and snowy within a few hours; so it is best to be prepared for all variables.
NON RESIDENT HUNTERS must have a current or previous hunting license with them to purchase an Ontario Bear, Moose or Small Game License. Ontario Out Door Cards can be purchased on line at www.outdoorcards.mnr.gov.on.ca RESIDENT & NON-RESIDENT hunters must have a Hunters version Outdoors card.
NON-RESIDENT must register all firearms when crossing the Boarder. For further information, please call our office or contact the Fire Arms Centre at 1800-731-4000, web site www.cfc.gc.ca; Canadian.email@example.com
We trust that this information will prove to be useful in planning your next Big Game Hunt in beautiful,
exciting Northern Ontario. We invite you to enjoy our 'truly Canadian Hospitality' while participating in a remote hunting experience.
Please comply with Ontario's new regulations concerning the importing, registering, and transportation of firearms and ammunition.
Please use the following attachment link to print your Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form to bring your firearms into Canada. You are required to have this filled out to present to Canada Customs.
The Government of Canada has removed COVID-19 border and travel measures effective October 1 2022!