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Join our successful hunters and experience some great hunting in Temagami Ontario.

We invite you to experience a black bear hunting adventure in Temagami in beautiful northern Ontario! We are a family owned and operated Resort offering a wide variety of unique outdoor experiences including moose hunting, black bear hunting, small game hunting, hiking, fishing and much more! Take a look around and contact us to book your adventure, the summer and fall season's are filling up fast!

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Hunting Black Bear - Starting the middle of August and into October, Ontario's Temagami Bear Hunt is in full swing, the bear population being approximately 100,000, one of the greater black bear populations in the world. Black bears are powerful, males weigh from 100 to 300 kg and up. Compared to humans they have a highly developed sense of hearing and smell with eyesight similar to humans, Ontario Black Bear can locate their next meal from 1.5 km away. Mostly, a black bear will avoid contact with humans but being large predators need to be respected. It is essential that all campsites are kept clean and bear proof also, Bear Wise, remember that all bear hunters are required to wear hunter orange in Ontario. Most hunters use high powered rifles when hunting black bears, but bow hunting has strengthened in popularity. Black bear hunters are required to obtain the services of an approved outfitter in order to obtain a hunting licence.



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Hunter Orange Ontario

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. Hunter orange product is available at the O.F.A.H. Online Store.


Since the cancellation of the spring bear hunt, the bear population has exploded.

In response to the cancellation of the spring bear hunt and the rise in bear activity, the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) launched their Bear Wise Program, which is currently in its second year of operation. According to the MNR, the Bear Wise Program was established as the first step to a complete nuisance bear management strategy and is aimed at educating the public on ways to prevent human-bear conflicts.


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About The Black Bear

Many people don't realize just how big black bears are. A mature adult male can measure up to 190 cm (6 ft) in length, and weigh anywhere from 120 to 300 kg (250 to 650 lbs). Females can weigh up to 180 kg (400 lbs).

While we tend to think of bears as herbivores, eating berries, nuts, roots, shoots and leaves, black bears are actually omnivores that will eat just about anything, including carrion and smaller animals. Black bears are opportunistic, which means they will do what they have to and go where they must, to find food. In what biologists call "a good food year," when generous rainfall and cool weather lead to lush berry crops, bears live on what nature provides. In early spring, on emerging from hibernation, they eat willow catkins, grasses, dandelions and aspen leaves. When they can, they augment this diet with protein sources such as fish, winter-killed animals and sometimes newborn fawns or moose calves. In summer, they eat raspberries, blueberries, chokecherries and various currants and tree berries as they become available, looking to ant colonies and bee and wasp nests for sources of protein. In fall, they favour hazelnuts, mountain ash berries, acorns and beechnuts. Bears will feed for 20 hours a day, consuming enormous quantities of food, driven by a biological imperative to put on as much weight as possible in preparation for the coming winter hibernation.

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Take Precautions When Hiking North on the Trail

The following article first appeared on page 21 of the Bruce Trail News, Autumn 2001 edition and is published here with permission from the author. A link to another article about bears in Ontario appears at the bottom of this page.

Two high profile incidents have recently garnered a lot of attention in Bruce County - the ransacking of a Stokes Bay bakery by a bear and a $100 bounty a Sauble Beach beekeeper placed on the bears vandalizing his hives. In defense of the bears, 1) who could resist the aroma of blueberry baked goods wafting through the forest and 2) are images of bears and honey not rather synonymous?

In all seriousness, bear sightings are on the rise from Meaford up to the tip of the Peninsula. Bears are permanent members of the region's wildlife and we humans have to take certain precautions and respect their presence.

When travelling in bear country, hikers are reminded of the following:

  • Most black bears will leave before you are even aware of them.
  • Make noise on the Trail - sing or talk loudly or carry a noisemaker.
  • Use extra caution when travelling near water or into strong winds as the bear may not hear you approach.
  • Use caution near natural bear foods such as berries, nut crops and fish.
  • Stay away from any dead animals you find along the Trail. Bears defend carcasses.
  • Watch for bear signs such as tracks, scat (bear droppings), fresh diggings and large overturned rocks.

If you happen to encounter a bear on the Trail, stop and face it. The worse thing you can do - and probably your first instinct - is to turn and run. If luck is with you, you'll be hiking in a group. Ensure the bear has an escape route and then begin to yell and wave your arms. You want to appear like you are a threat to the bear. Slowly back away from the animal. If bold, the bear may charge. Greater than 90% of all charges are bluffs but you want to be prepared. Your last possible course of action is to physically attack the bear with anything you have in your presence.

Be alert when on the Trail. Chances are very slim that you will ever come face to face with a bear and your best defense is to stay calm and rational. I'll end with the good news. For every fatal bear attack in North America, there are 17 deaths from spiders, 25 from snakes, 67 from dogs, 180 from bees/wasps and 374 deaths from lightning. My last piece of advice is to take shelter during the storm!

... by Joy Black, Bruce Trail News editor

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