Our moose hunts are very successful—and very safe. Your comfort and safety is our number one concern. Our experienced guides ensure you’ll know what’s going on at all times and always be a part of the hunt. You’ll stand at crossing or feeding areas, such as large meadows or willow swamps, or scout and stalk your trophy bull.
We will place your group in one of our outposts to be able to hunt moose from. Our hunts are done in remote settings that have very little hunting pressure to ensure a good quality hunt.
Halley’s Camps has one of the largest Bear Management Areas (BMA) in Ontario, and our selective harvest practice means that you’ll have an excellent chance at a true trophy. As with all our hunts, you’ll be actively participating and knowing what’s happening at all times.
You can choose from two types of bear hunts at Halley’s: fully-outfitted (conducted from our lodges) or unguided (from our fly-in cabins or our drive-in lodge at Caribou Falls Landing) depending on what kind of experience you’re searching for.
Thanks to a healthy deer population there are an abundance of wolves in the English River area. Wolf hunts generally take place during the first couple weeks in December (when the ice comes in) and again during mating season (late February to early March). Hunts are conducted from One Man Lake Lodge, and our wolf hunt package includes transportation via snowmobile, all meals, and guide service. Licenses for a small game permit and wolf tags are extra, along with taxes and gratuity. Wolf licenses are purchased over the counter in Kenora.