Hunting

Experience the hunt of a lifetime, whether pursuing Moose or Trophy Black Bear, Agich’s will see to the details and give you, an excellent opportunity for the game you are seeking.   We offer both guided and unguided hunts and have been successfully putting our clients onto game for the past 8 seasons.  We limit the number of hunters each week in camp in order to provide you with a quality hunt.  Experience the thrill of a Bull Moose during rut being called into close range, or matching wits with that trophy Bruin.   Whatever the quarry, you will truly enjoy a complete wilderness hunt that will test your skills and offer you breathtaking scenery and top-notch accommodations and service in between hunts. 

Moose Hunting

  • 1 Adult Moose Tag
  • Fully Furnished Cabins, Linens and Towels
  • American Plan or Housekeeping
  • Guide Service if Requested
  • Boat, Motor, and Gas
  • Flight to and from Lodge
  • 125 lbs. Weight Limit Per Person
  • Archery Season Opens Mid September
  • Rifle Season Opens 2nd Saturday of October for Residents and 2nd Monday of October for Non-Residents

Bear Hunting

  • Baited Stands
  • Guide Service and Skinning if Requested
  • American Plan or Housekeeping
  • Boat, Motor and Gas
  • Fully Furnished Cabins, Linens and Towels
  • Flight to and From Lodge
  • Hunts Run August 15- September 30
  • Combine your Hunt with Great Fishing

Licensing

Non-Resident hunters must have a current or previous hunting license or valid Hunters Safety Course Certification on them in order to purchase an Ontario Bear, Moose, or Small Game license.  Resident hunters must have a valid and current Hunters Outdoors Card.

Non-Resident hunters must register all firearms.  Archery equipment does not need to be registered. For additional information or questions please call our office or contact the Firearms Centre at 1-800-731-4000 

All Hunters must be wearing Hunter Orange in the form of a vest or jacket with the exception of Bear hunters while in a tree stand.   Please feel free to contact our office for all the necessary information, forms, or licensing information for your Northern Ontario Hunt.   You may also go online to www.mnr.gov.on.ca for current hunting regulations

 

Essentials

  • Camera

  • Binoculars
  • Rangefinder
  • Flashlight
  • Lighter
  • Quality Rain Gear
  • Waterproof Insulated Boots
  • Gloves, Hats, Thermal Underwear
  • Two Way Portable Radio
  • GPS and Compass
  • Variety of Quality clothing for all Weather Possibilities.  Weather can quickly change from Warm and Dry to Cold and Snowy within hours.