Ontario Spring Bear Hunt Outfitters and Guides

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Spring bear hunting in Ontario is an adventure like no other. With the snow melting and the temperatures rising, it’s the perfect time to head out into the wilderness in search of one of the province’s most elusive game animals. And if you want to make the most of your experience, an outfitter can be your ticket to success.

Outfitters are experienced guides who can help you navigate the rugged terrain and find the best spots to hunt. They know the habits and movements of the bears, and can help you set up bait stations and blinds that will increase your chances of success. They also have the equipment and expertise needed to track and recover your quarry, ensuring a safe and ethical hunt.

But outfitters are more than just guides – they’re also your partners in adventure. They can help you plan your trip, from selecting the right gear to arranging accommodations and transportation. And they’re always ready with a good story or a hot cup of coffee around the campfire.

Of course, no two outfitters are alike, and it’s important to choose one that fits your needs and preferences. Some specialize in remote, fly-in hunts that take you deep into the wilderness, while others offer more accessible hunts that are closer to civilization. Some provide all-inclusive packages that cover everything from food to lodging, while others offer a more hands-on, do-it-yourself approach.

But no matter which outfitter you choose, one thing is certain: spring bear hunting in Ontario is an adventure you’ll never forget. From the excitement of the hunt to the beauty of the natural surroundings, it’s an experience that will stay with you long after you’ve returned home.

And for those who are new to bear hunting or just looking to learn more, an outfitter can be a valuable resource. They can provide education and training on everything from safety to ethical hunting practices, helping you become a more skilled and responsible hunter.

In the end, whether you choose to hunt with an outfitter or go it alone, spring bear hunting in Ontario is an adventure that is not to be missed. So why not make this the year you embark on your own bear hunting adventure? With the help of an experienced outfitter, you’re sure to have an experience that will last a lifetime.

Below is a list of Outfitters, Resorts and Lodges that will be offering a Spring Bear Hunt


Algoma Country

Spring Bear Hunts in Chapleau, East Algoma, North Channel, Thessalon, Mississagi Valley, Elliot Lake, Blind River, Spanish, Sault Ste Marie, White River, Wawa, and Hornpayne.

Kanipahow Wilderness Resort – Chapleau, Ontario

Moose Horn Lodge – Chapleau, Ontario


James Bay Frontier

Spring Bear Hunts in Haileybury, New Liskeard, Latchford, Cobalt, Kirkland Lake, Elk Lake, Gowganda, Matachewan, Shining Tree, Gogama, Foleyet, Timmins, Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Hearst, James Bay and Matheson areas.

Golden Eagle Camp – Matachewan

Bay Wolf Camp – Shining Tree

Spruce Shilling Camp – Shining Tree

Auld Reekie Lodge – Gowganda

Red Pine Lodge – Foleyet

Nighthawk Outfitters – Matheson


Lake Superior and North

Nakina, Nipigon, Manitouwadge, Longlac, Jellicoe, Geraldton, Orient Bay, Marathon, Thunder Bay, Armstrong, Upsula, and Allanwater Resorts.

Wild Goose Lake – Geraldton

Near North and Blue Sky Region

Spring Bear Hunts in North Bay, New Liskeard, Temagami, South River, Loring, Restoule, Callander, Field, Sturgeon Falls and River Ralley and area.

Island Lake Camp – Field/Marten River

Lake Herridge Lodge – Temagami

Olive the Lake – Marten River/Temagami

Camp Horizon – Field

Martin’s Camp – Restoule

Mountain Home Lodge – Field/Marten River


Rainbow Country – Explorers Edge Country

Spring Bear Hunts in Parry Sound, Georgian Bay, Pointe au Barile, Britt, Nobel, Moon River, French River, Pickeral River, Sudbury, Biscotasing, Massey, Killarney, Manitoulin Island, Webwood and area.

Agnew Lake LodgeWebwood

Sunset Country

Spring Bear Hunts in Lake of the Woods, Lac Seul, English River, Ignace, Pickle Lake, Savant Lake, Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Wabigoon, Eagle River, Red Lake, Ear Falls, Perrault Lake, Kenora, Minaki, Sioux Narrows, Nestor Falls, Fort Frances, Rainy River, Emo, Atikokan, and Quetico Park Fishing Lodges.

Big North Lodge – Minaki

Rainbow Point Lodge – Perrault Falls

Wilderness Air Escapes – Vermilion Bay

Lac Seul Evergreen Lodge – Ear Falls

Northumbrian Resort – Sioux Lookout

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