Northern Black Bear

Are you looking for the ultimate hunting adventure? Look no further than bear hunting at Bearpaw Lodge in Armstrong Ontario! This beautiful region is home to a thriving population of black bears, offering hunters the opportunity to pursue their quarry in a natural and pristine setting.

There are several different methods of bear hunting to choose from, including still hunting, stalking, and baiting. Both archery or rifles are accepted tools to use. No matter your preferred method or tool, you can count on a thrilling and challenging hunt. The majestic black bear is a formidable and intelligent animal, and the pursuit of one is sure to test your skills and endurance.

Hunting in Northern Ontario is an experience like no other. The stunning wilderness, rich with wildlife, will take your breath away. And with the guidance and expertise of our experienced hunting guide, you can be confident that you will have a safe and successful hunt.

With an 800 square kilometer bear management unit & hundreds of miles of logging roads, Bear Paw Lodge is the perfect location for your next Canadian Black Bear Hunt. Most of the logging roads in the area are passable with light trucks or ATV's making for great accessibility to prime black bear habitat. The Lodge features a bear shed with large stainless steel table with running water, a hanging aparatus for dressing out, and usually 2 bait sites per registered hunter.

Let The Hunt Begin!.

800 Square KM Bear Management Unit

800 Square kilometers is a very large area. In this area you will see some pretty amazing land structure and water ways. From large cliffs overlooking a lake to miles and miles of wetlands tied to countless creeks and rivers, all of which see very little human traffic. Its also not uncommon to come across wild life while exploring the lakes and forest in the area.

Its important to remember that we want to do as little damage as possible while exploring this wilderness. Trying to keep waste to a minimum is always a really good start. We strongly encourage people to bring reusable water bottles rather then bottled water. The water in the lodge is completly safe to drink and is kept clean by our resident Ontario Certified Water Systems Operator.

We also sport a very large solar array that powers the entire camp and minimizes fuel usage, and although we have blue boxes at each cabin for recycling, we still seriously encourage customers to reduce the amount of single use plastics being used while here.

All hunting in Ontario is regulated by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF). Hunters both domestic or foreign must have a valid hunting licenses and hunting permits, and they must follow the rules and regulations set out by the MNRF. These rules include limits on the number of bears that can be hunted, and restrictions on the types of weapons that can be used.