Ontario Moose Hunting

Hunt one of the world’s most majestic trophies in the heart of Ontario’s Wabakimi Wilderness Provincial Park. Yes, we’re talking about the massive Canadian Moose. These giants can stand 7-feet tall, reach 1,500 pounds, and have an antler spread that breaks the 60-inch mark.

Thunderhook moose hunts take you deep in the Wabakimi wilderness where you’ll have virtually exclusive access to over 3-million acres of prime moose hunting country. From our float plane base, you’ll fly to your outpost camp where you’ll begin your hunt.

Moose Hunts Include:

  • Round-trip flight from the float plane base to the moose hunting area
  • Outpost cabin accommodations during your moose hunts
  • Use of our boats (includes fuel)
  • Transportation of your trophy from the moose hunting area to our float plane base
  • Storage of your trophy in our cooler at the float plane base for the duration of your stay
  • World class fly-in fishing

Your Ontario Moose Hunting Trip

Each outpost camp is equipped with a boat, fuel, and the basics you’ll need for a successful moose hunt.

Once you harvest a moose, we’ll fly it back to the float plane base and store it in our cooler for the duration of your trip. Along with your hunt, you’ll enjoy great fall fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike and Lake Trout.

When you book your moose hunt with Thunderhook, your tag is guaranteed! No need to put in for a drawing or waiting on lottery results. Just book with us and get ready for the moose hunt of a lifetime.

What do I need to pack for my Ontario Moose Hunt?

A bone saw, 48″ game bags and/or cheese cloths, and a couple tarps are some examples of basic necessities. Check the Ontario Moose Hunting Regulations for Rifle, Muzzleloader, and/or Archery requirements prior to your departure date. It is important to research on your upcoming moose hunts, including which method will be used to carry out your trophy Canadian Moose. Other gear and supplies needed for Moose Hunts can vary depending on time of year and other considerable factors. Call Thunderhook Fly-Ins (807) 583-2106, to ensure all areas are covered at least 2 weeks before your departure date.

What kind of license to I need to hunt Ontario moose?

The rules and regulations for moose hunting licenses vary for Ontario residents vs. non-residents.

Non-residents bringing firearms across the borders will most likely need a Firearm Declaration form. Other important information regarding firearms can be can be found here.

How do Identify what Moose to Shoot?

Proper identification of the Bull or Cow (based on the tags in your possession) is important. Body size, body shape, and other features can be used to accurately identify the gender of your Ontario Moose. Various resources to further educate you and your group about Ontario Moose can be found by clicking here.