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Moose Hunting in Ontario

(We have one archery Bull Moose tag still available for 2013)

There is a bountiful population of moose in the area surrounding Paquette's Camp as we are located just outside the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve, the largest game preserve in the world. The many clear-cuts, lakes are rivers in the area also contribute to the large moose population. This great hunting region is accessible by ATV, boat, car or truck via backcountry bush roads and ATV trails.

Our Moose hunt takes place in WMU 32 and WMU 35. Both areas are open to rifle hunters. WMU 32 is open to bow hunters. At present, we receive one adult bull tag and virtually unlimited calf tags. In the last three years, we have enjoyed a 100% success rate with our adult bull tags and 20% with calf tags. If our bull tag is spoken for, residents and non-residents can still purchase a calf tag and have an exciting wilderness hunting trip.

After you have harvested your moose, we will assist you with retrieval and field-dressing . We have a facility where the meat can be properly hung.

Hunting Notes:

  • Rifle should be at least a 270 or larger. A 300 WIN MAG is recommended.
  • Bow hunters must use a bow with a 50-lbs. pull or better. 60-lbs. pull or better is recommended.
  • When taking a shot, rifle hunters should be 65 yards or closer. Bow hunters should be 20 yards or closer.
  • By law, all guns must have a trigger lock and be locked and in a transportation case within 1/2 hour after sunset and 1/2 hour before sunrise
  • Hunter orange must be worn at all times while hunting or transporting to-and-from the WMU.
  • Hunters need to bring their old hunting license and proper personal identification.

    If you have any questions, please email us.