Ontario Duck and Bird Hunting
Exceptional wildlife and hunting. Outfitted. Hunt in unspoiled wilderness
for fall black BEAR. Also for MOOSE, DUCKS, and BIRDS. Hunting in the
isolated wilderness areas of Osbourne Bay and Niven Bay is excellent!
Spruce Grouse, Ruffed Grouse, non-residents September 15 - December
Woodcocks, non-residents September 15 - December 20.
Canadian Geese, non-residents September 10 - December 20.
Shotgun or bow
Mallards, Wood Ducks, Blue BIlls (Lesser & Greater Scaup), Goldeyes,
Blue Winged Teals, Green Winged Teals, Pintails, Northern Shovlers
Non-Residents, September 10 - December 20
Combine bird and duck hunting with some of the finest fall walleye and
muskie fishing to be found.
The ducks and bird population in the Osbourne and Niven Bay area are
plentiful. The endless bays and open shallow areas containing large
wild rice fields attract many migratory ducks and birds. Some geese
and some types of divers are found in the area also. Grouse are especially
good to hunt in late September when the leaves have fallen so they are
more easily seen. Weather wise, it is best to hunt no later than mid-October
to avoid too cold of weather. Walk the many abandoned logging roads
for great grouse shooting.
Based on 2 people - 6 day hunt Single hunters 25% surcharge
6 nights lodging
Refrigerator, range, fully equipped
Boat, motor, gasoline
Rates available upon request