Moose Hunting

Northwestern Ontario - where the land stretches far and the moose herds are healthy. This northern area of Ontario, has thousands of square miles of untouched wilderness where there are no roads, the only access is by airplane so there is very little hunting pressure on the moose population. The terrain of trees, rocks, water and swamp is natural moose habitat, a perfect place for Moose hunting at its best!

A Package For Everyone

Northumbrian Resort takes care of your hunting needs whether it is drive-in or fly-in. We have it. Three different types of hunts: A fly-in unguided, an American plan hunt and a hunt where you are 100% on your own.

Fly-In Unguided

$2975.00 CDN. Price includes Outpost cabin, Outfitters tag, flying out moose, Boat, motor and gas, Air transportation to and from base camp to outpost. Based on a party of 4. Tags available: 3 Bulls & 1 Cow. Guide available for $150 per day.

American Plan Hunt

$4850.00 CDN. Price includes outpost cabin, guide 2 to 1, meals, boat motor and gas, air transportation to and from outposts, flying out moose, 2 days of fishing before hunt starts and bait for fish. Minimum of 2 hunters.

100% on your own Moose Hunt

$1250.00 U.S. Price includes Adult tag, Land Use Permit and maps. We have the most available adult tags in Northwestern Ontario. NOTE: Hunters should bring their old license for proof of previous hunting experience. Let us know if there is any additional information we can furnish for you.

Fly-In Hunting

Arrive via fly-in where the cabin and the flying are provided. With this option guests are required to purchase the tag and hunt at will with your group.

Moose Country

American plan hunt, where guides, cooks, transportation service for the meet from camp to the resort is supplied. Transportation of the meat to the butcher shop is also provided upon request. Guests are to bring their own gear and purchase a tag. Hunters should bring their old license for proof of previous hunting experience.          

Northwestern Ontario Black Bear Hunting

Canadian Black Bear Hunts: Bear hunting in Canada is an activity enjoyed by hunters from all over the world. Sunset Country tourist region with it's thousands of acres of boreal forest, rich in berries, roots and other natural foods consumed by these large animals, along with excellent populations of the smaller mammals that bears eat, has everything to support a healthy bear population. Big males can weigh more than 500 pounds. If you are looking for a black bear hunting wilderness experience, Northumbrian Resort offers one of the largest bear hunting area in northwestern, Ontario. This rugged terrain makes for some of the finest in bow hunting. We have a 92% success rate on bear kills with our baited stands. Fall bear hunts are offered at our outpost cabins. We invite you to enjoy a black bear hunting adventure, eat like a king and maybe take some time for trophy fishing! Available are a fly-in hunt or a drive-to. Included in the drive-to, are your accommodations, license, bait and active baits. Included in the fly-in are your accommodations, flight to and from the secluded outpost, boat & motor, gas and bait. Discounts are available on boat rentals for hunters who stay at the resort.

For The Bear Hunter

Many sportsmen like to combine their fall bear hunt with their fishing excursion. Our bear management areas offer superb bear habitat and great bear hunting. Available are a fly-in hunt or a drive-to. Included in the drive-to, are your accommodations, license, bait and active baits. Included in the fly-in are your accommodations, flight to and from the secluded outpost, boat & motor, gas some baiting and bait.   7 Day Bear Hunt - $1420.00 U.S. Price includes active Bear Baits, Cabin, License & Bait

Northwestern Ontario Black Bear Hunting

We are proud to boast a 92% kill ratio for the past six years. You will find at Sioux Lookout that bears are plentiful. Skinning and guiding are optional. Our two Bear Management Areas cover approximately 280 square kilometers north of Sioux Lookout in northwestern Ontario. Northumbrian Resort offers a bear package, which includes hunting license, cabin and active baits.  

Canadian Black Bear Hunting

Baits are set 3 weeks ahead of guests arriving - guiding and skinning are optional. Our hunters are given an average of three active baits per person and are advised as to which baits are attracting the largest bears.          

We cater to both bow and rifle hunters in northwestern Ontario

Hunters should bring their old hunting license for proof of previous hunting experience. Please contact us if there is any additional information we can provide for you, for your next Canadian bear hunting vacation. Northumbrian Resort is located in northwestern Ontario in a setting of dense forests and lakes. Our Bear Management area of over 280 square miles sustaining a very large Black Bear population, providing us with a great success rate during our Fall Bear Hunt. Have questions about our black bear hunting trips in Sioux Lookout Ontario, Canada? Please feel free to contact us anytime.  

Safety First When Black Bear Hunting in Ontario

The objective of the hunter orange regulation is to maximize hunter safety without negatively impacting hunting success. Under this regulation, all licensed hunters, including archery hunters hunting during the gun season for deer and moose, are required to wear hunter orange. As well, all black bear hunters hunting during the black bear season are required to wear hunter orange except when in a tree stand. (This exception is in place because, unlike deer and moose, black bears have colour vision.) Waterfowl hunters, wild turkey hunters and archery hunters in archery-only areas are exempt from the hunter orange requirement. A hunter orange garment and head cover must be worn. The hunter orange garment must cover a minimum of 400 square inches (2,580 square cm) above the waist and be visible from all sides. Open mesh or camouflage hunter orange must not be part of the 400 square inches. A hunting coat or vest generally meets this requirement. The hunter orange head cover may have: open mesh; a peak or brim colour other than hunter orange; a crest or logo which does not completely cover the hunter orange on the side where it is affixed. The head cover may not contain camouflage material. Hunter orange color standards are generally consistent across North America. Manufacturers can provide information regarding clothing compliance with this standard. Hunter orange product is available at the O.F.A.H. Online Store