Baits are started early in the year to bring
in more black bears, ensuring us that we can supply you with a guaranteed
active bait for a successful and enjoyable Canadian Bear Hunt. Becasue of our
experience and knowledge we are able to put you, the hunter, on the baits that
have the biggest bears. Let us guide you through the Sioux Lookout wilderness
in northwestern Ontario for a hunting trip you will always remember. An Ontario
black bear hunt is an exciting adventure for any avid hunter.
Northumbrian Resort is located in northwestern
Ontario in a setting of dense forests and lakes. Our Bear Management area of
over 280 square miles sustaining a very large Black Bear population, providing
us with a great success rate during our Spring and Fall Bear Hunt. Have
questions about our black bear hunting trips in Sioux Lookout Ontario, Canada?
Please feel free to contact us anytime. Here
Directions to Sioux Lookout, Ontario,
If you are heading to Sioux Lookout from Fort
Frances or International Falls, Minnesota you'll take Highway 11 east for
approximately 30 km (18 miles). Then at the intersection of Highway 11 and
Highway 502, make a left and go north on Highway 502 until you get to Highway
17 and the City of Dryden. It is 151 km (95 miles). Take a right onto 17 East
for about 20 miles until you reach Dinorwic. Then you will take a left onto 72
North. In 0.4 miles take another left to stay on 72 North. Drive the paved road
north to Sioux Lookout, about 65 km (40 miles).
Safty First When Black Bear Hunting in
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.
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Your hosts will insure that
your northern Ontario hunting vacation is a success!
NORTHUMBRIAN RESORT INC. P.O. Box 336 Sioux Lookout,
Ontario P8T 1A5