Mandatory in Canada

  • Blaze orange hunting vests and caps
  • Helmets and insurance are required by law while driving ATV’s
  • A previous hunting licence from your state or country is required to obtain a hunting license in Ontario
  • No hand guns are allowed in Canada
  • Non-residents must register their guns with Canadian Customs at the border
  • To make it easy for you, we will send you the proper registration form, with your confirmation or go to “Bringing Firearms Into Canada”
  • Entering Canada from the U.S.A. proof of citizenship is required and proof of auto insurance if driving

Sorry No Pets.

Amenities available; grocery stores, gift shops, service stations, restaurants, liquor store, churches, nursing station, car and air ambulance service.

Things to bring: warm clothing, boots, rain gear, flash light, hunting knife, compass, camera, case and gun trigger lock and safety belt.

We use only fresh butcher scraps, pastries, plus specialties for our area and we start baiting early in the year to assure active baitsites, therefore we ask our hunters not to add your own bait mixture, otherwise baits will shut down! and make your hunt unsuccessful.

We supply tree stands and have them in place well in advance of your arrival to eliminate disturbance of the bait sites before the hunt.

Whether you hunt with bow or rifle, the stands are placed to ensure the best possible success.

Bow stands will be placed approximately 15 to 20 yards from baits. Rifle stands 50 to 100 yards depending on terrain.

We are members of the Argyle Gun Club and our hunters are welcome to shoot their bows and rifles

Modern housekeeping accommodation is provided. One person per bed and Bed linen is supplied, please bring additional towels.

We only take a maximum 30 hunters in the fall and we have 35 to 40 active baitsites approximately 2 miles apart.