Island Ontario has a warm and friendly welcome that awaits you, are you looking
for lodging and comfortable cottage accommodations on Manitoulin Island,
Ontario? To satisfy your accommodation needs, there are the following motels,
resorts, lodges, bed & breakfasts and campgrounds, all of these
accommodations and places to stay are located on Manitoulin Island in northern
Hunting at Dawson Resort on Manitoulin Island
HUNTING MANITOULIN ISLAND ONTARIO
Manitoulin has excellent hunting for small game
Each year there are about 3,000 deer taken. The
annual hunt is held Monday thru Sunday of the third week in November.
Bow season begins the first Saturday in October
and continues to the Friday before the gun hunt.
Early in December, there is a six day black
powder season and extended archery hunt.
For more information call the Ministry of
Natural Resources at 1-800-461-0125
Fall deer hunting, ruffed grouse, goose and
duck hunting during open season.
For your convenience we have hunting licences
Dawson Resort can produce deer hunting
memories that last a lifetime.
Deer Hunters!! Quality hunts available at
Dawson Resort on Manitoulin Island. Land owner consent is available or if you
have your own property, we can provide accommodations. We can take care of all
your deer hunting needs. Each year there are about 3,000 deer harvested. The
annual deer hunt is held Monday thru Sunday of the third week in November. Bow,
muzzleloader, and rifle hunts are available. Don't miss out. Call or e-mail.
Deer populations in this area are great.
Manitoulin Island has one of the largest numbers of deer. Our family are
seasoned hunters themselves and are familiar with the terrain and game habits
of the area. Come and experience the challenge of hunting each fall!
We look forward to fulfilling your Manitoulin
deer hunting needs.
August 24, 2005
The province has changed regulations to
expand and create new deer hunting opportunities in central and southern
Ontario. This is designed to control burgeoning deer populations and associated
problems such as deer-vehicle collision, crop damage and habitat
Wildlife Management Units 43A and 43B -
(Manitoulin Island) in Sudbury District
- The current three-day resident and non-resident
archery plus muzzleloader season that begins on the first Monday in December
each year will be extended to six days (dogs allowed).
- The season will now begin on the first Monday
following November 28 each year (no dogs allowed). For 2005, the season will
begin on December 5.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
From Lake Nipissing and Manitoulin Island in the south to the coasts of James
Bay and Hudson Bay in the North and as far as Wawa to the West.
local Ministry of Natural Resources office
General Enquiries Natural Resources
Information Centre 1-800-667-1940 TTY 1-866-686-6072 (Hearing Impaired)
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Canadian Vacation and Family Hot Spot in Northern Ontario Canada
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