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Nakina Moose Hunting
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Nakina Black Bear Hunting
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Wolf Hunting
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Fly-in Camps:
Beteau Lake Camp (Main Lodge)
Windsor Lake Camp
Richter Lake Camp
Black Birch Lake Camp
Box Lake Camp
Colpitts Creek Camp
Wolf Lake Camp
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Fly-in Trophy Moose Hunting North of Nakina:

All Camps are available for Trophy Moose hunting: Beteau, Windsor, Richter, Black Birch, Box, Colpitts Creek and Wolf. The camp booked for your Trophy Moose Hunting adventure will be based on number of people in the hunting party, experience, length of hunt, location and amenities desired. Therefore, please contact us to discuss which camp best suits your needs and desires. We have camps in the Wildlife Management Units (WMU): WMU 1D (Beteau, Windsor, Richter and Black Birch) and WMU 17 (Box, Colpitts Creek and Wolf).

Each year we receive 10 moose tags from the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) that we can supply to hunters on a first come, first served basis for WMU 1D. They are comprised of 7 bull tags and 3 cow tags.

Statically for all of our Moose camps combined, there has been a success rate of 89% for all the moose hunting parties.

The largest moose brought down to date had an antler spread of 58 inches and weighed approx. 1,500 pounds. There have been many moose harvested having antler spreads of over 50 inches.

In the spring of 2013, a one side 27 inch antler spread shed was found around the Beteau Lake Camp. This would equate to an antler spread of over 60 inches. This moose is out there for the hunting. Moose this size have been seen during hunting trips, and have eluded us, so they are still out there and have been spotted by fisherman during non-season.