Deer Hunting Dates:
• Non-resident deer archery season September 1
• Non-resident deer rifle season October 9
Sandy Point Camp is located in WMU 9A. Hunting will be on both private and public lands. Licenses are available at camp. Please bring a current or last years hunting license from your state.
• Lakeside cabin for the week, fully equipped for housekeeping
• Access to private property
• Orientation on hunting area
• Retrieval assistance
• Freezer service
• Boat, motor and ten gallons of gas
• Export Fee
• Non-residence deer hunting license
• Tree Stands
• Ground Transportation
• Food & Drink (Housekeeping Accommodations)
• Guests can purchase their outdoors cards and licenses at the camp.
What to Bring for your Deer Hunting Trip
The following is a list of what we feel is important to remember to bring
• Hunting Accreditation
• A new or old state license so you can get an Ontario License.
• Good warm layered clothing. Hunting in Northwestern Ontario, whether it be September or October, can expose you to a wide variety of weather conditions and temperatures. Hunters must be prepared for extreme cold to seasonably mild temperatures.
• Hunter orange vest or coat and hat - has to be solid orange, not camo patterned
• Rifle: a .270 or larger caliber rifle
• Bow: a 40lb+ bow.
• Any calls, rattles or scent eliminators etc.
• Trigger lock and or a secure case for storing firearms.
• Soft rifle case or gun sock for transporting firearms outside of legal hunting times.
• All food and beverages
• ATV if you have one but are not mandatory
• Good warm boots
• Walkie Talkies are useful
• Food & Drink
Ontario Hunting Regulations:
Visit the MNR website at www.mnr.gov.on.ca for hunting regulations.
Should you have any general questions pertaining to the hunting regulations summary please contact the Natural Resource Information Centre at 1-800-667-1940 or by emailing email@example.com
Canadian Firearms Declaration Form:
You will be required to fill out a temporary gun permit to bring firearms into Canada (Firearm Declaration Form). The fee is $25 payable at the border crossing.
Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Forms are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 1-800-731-4000 (Canada and U.S.) or 1-506-624-5380 (other countries) and from all Customs offices across Canada. Visit the RCMP web site for more information
You can also download the form as Adobe .pdf
Please Note: Do not sign your declaration form until the customs agent asks you to.