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 hunting season begins October 1st and
continues to the Sunday 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.
Hunting Manitoulin Island - What you need to know before
hunting in Ontario. Includes how to get a hunting licence, Outdoors Card,
trapping, falconry, and camping on crown land.
Contact your local Ministry of
Natural Resources office
The objective of the
hunter orange regulation is to maximize
hunter safety without negatively impacting hunting success. Under this
regulation, all licensed hunters, including archery hunters hunting during the
gun season for deer and moose, are required to wear hunter
orange. As well, all black bear
hunters hunting during the black bear season are required to wear hunter
orange except when in a tree
stand. (This exception is in place because, unlike deer and moose, black bears
have colour vision.) Waterfowl hunters, wild turkey hunters and archery hunters
in archery-only areas are exempt from the hunter
orange requirement. A hunter
orange garment and head cover
must be worn. The hunter orange
garment must cover a minimum of 400 square inches (2,580 square cm) above the
waist and be visible from all sides. Open mesh or camouflage hunter
orange must not be part of the
400 square inches. A hunting coat or vest generally meets this requirement. The
hunter orange head cover may have: open
mesh; a peak or brim colour other than hunter orange; a crest or logo which does not completely
cover the hunter orange on the side where
it is affixed. The head cover may not contain camouflage material. Hunter
orange colour standards are
generally consistent across North America. Manufacturers can provide
information regarding clothing compliance with this standard.
Join us on Manitoulin Island for a great
Canadian Vacation and Family Hot Spot in Northern Ontario Canada
Manitoulin Island Ontario
Perivale Road East
Spring Bay, Ontario
P0P 2B0 Canada
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