Plan Your Bear Hunting Trip for 2017

At Watsons Kaby Lodge, we’re more than halfway through the 2016 bear hunting season. These exciting hunting packages fill up fast, but offer hunters a great opportunity to seek out a prized animal in beautiful Northern Ontario. We get hunters from all across the United States and Canada looking for their shot at a trophy bear to take home.

Bear HuntingOur bear hunting packages are offered for both Canadian residents and non-residents. Guests can choose from three-, five- or seven-day hunts, and prices vary depending on the number of days and different cost for licenses for Canadians and out of country hunters.

Each package includes your license and/or tag, your return flight from White River, Ontario, the transportation of your bear, all your meals while you stay with us, as well as your accommodations, boat and gas.

Hunters on these trips will have a designated hunting area selected where they can take aim from baited bear stands and blinds that are set up to offer bow and gun hunters alike the best shot opportunities. The average shot distance from these stands is about 25 feet, so every hunter will have the best possible chance to make their shot count.

If that’s not enough, our we also offer our guided packages that also include a guide who will accompany you throughout the hunt as well. Using their skills and experience, they will help you leave the trip with a brand new trophy to take home.

Spaces for the 2016 season filled up fast, and we’re already halfway filled for 2017, as well. Don’t delay – contact us to sign up for a bear hunt that is like no other in the beautiful Ontario wilderness at Kabinakagami Lake.

In addition to bear hunting packages, Watsons Kaby Lodge offers moose hunting, fin, fur and feather packages and fishing trip options that are perfect for any avid hunter or angler. For more information or to book your next hunting or fishing trip, call us today at 877-484-1672!

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