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About hunting in Quebec
The largest province in Canada, Quebec is located on the eastern side of the country and covers an area nearly three times the size of Texas, most of it sparsely populated. Its population is primarily French-speaking. Quebec’s geography is widely varied, from heavily wooded regions in the south to the scenic mountains along the east coast to the vast, uninhabited tundra regions in the north. The Quebec-Labrador caribou used to be Quebec’s primary big-game hunting draw, but reports of decreasing numbers of caribou recently led to the government curtailing these hunts. 2017 is the last year for nonresidents to hunt caribou in Quebec; the province has announced that there will be no caribou hunting for at least the next two years. However, Quebec still has excellent hunting for white-tailed deer, moose, black bears, waterfowl, upland birds, and small game. Moose hunting in Quebec can be a great value, especially if you can get a group of hunters together. Hunts are conducted in wooded areas far off the beaten track and are usually conducted from stands or by calling. Black bear hunting is excellent in Quebec and bears are plentiful; both spring and fall seasons are offered. Tags for both moose and bears can be purchased over the counter. Most bear hunts are conducted over bait. Bear hunts are typically morning and evening affairs and can easily be combined with fishing for pike, walleye, perch, or other species. White-tailed deer hunting can be found throughout the southern regions of the province, but the most famous destination for whitetails is Anticosti Island in eastern Quebec. Whitetails were brought to the island in the 1800s and some 200,000 deer thrive there now in the heavy forests and swampy bogs. There are several ways to hunt Anticosti, including stand hunting, still-hunting, glassing and stalking. Accommodations range from basic to luxury, and while all hunts are outfitted, you may hunt either guided or on your own. Quebec is famous for its excellent wingshooting, particularly for ducks and greater snow geese, as well as hunting for upland birds including ruffed grouse, spruce grouse, ptarmigan, and woodcock. Nonresidents of Quebec are required to hire an outfitter to hunt most big game, and fluorescent orange must be worn for rifle big-game and small-game hunting. Quebec is divided into 29 hunting and fishing zones (zone 25 is fishing-only). Hunters must abide by the rules of the zone they are in. Find out more about the regulations governing hunting in Quebec at http://www.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/english/publications/online/wildlife/hunting-regulations/general-regulations/index.asp.
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Spring Baited Bear Hunt Canada
This unique experience includes 7 full days of hunting, breakfast, boat and motor for 2 people, boat gas, free canoe rental, bear skinning, active baits and spot and stalk hunting. We use ladder stands and ground blinds. We encourage you to bring your safety harness but we do have a supply at camp. Our stands are meticulously maintained with fresh bait and lure. You will be placed on an active site to optimize your chances. Our area has many clear cuts and logging roads too. Spot and stalk hunting has been very productive early in the season. Being the only outfitter in the area, we have no competition from other bear hunters. In recent seasons, our opportunity rate was about 90% and our success rate was nearly 80%. We hunt from the middle of May to the end of June. Hunters may use rifle, muzzleloader, bow or crossbow. If you are an archery hunter, you will love our up close and personal bait locations!
Trip duration: 7 days
Hunting season: 30 May 2020 30 Jun 2020
Spring Black Bear Hunt - May 21 - 27 Canada
We are pleased to offer baited bear hunts in Quebec hunting zone 10. Zone 10 has one of the highest black bear densities of all Quebec hunting zones. As a result it has enjoyed a full unrestricted spring season for many years. Recently, due to the continued increase in bear numbers, Quebec 's Ministry of Wildlife and Parks has established a fall bear season as well. As a result, it is now possible for a hunter to harvest two bears per year, one bear maximum being harvested in each of the two seasons. In addition to hunting crown land, we have obtained private land owner rights to hunt highly productive fall crop land close by. We view our spring bait sites on a daily basis to be sure of the bear activity, this insures that you are hunting an active bait. We offer very flexible hunt dates to suite your needs and schedule. Let us know when you can hunt and we'll try to work things out to your benefit. A guide service is provided and your trophy will be skinned for a small additional fee. Hunting methods can be gun, bow, crossbow and muzzle loader. Our Black bear hunt is semi-guided hunt (drive the hunter to his stand, bait the site, comeback to get the hunter and is bear). The guide don’t stay with the hunter. The spring Black bear hunting season starts on 15th May, ends on 20th June. The semi-guided Black bear package includes 6 nights/ 7 days and 1x Black bear. Package price per hunter is $2450 CAD.
Trip duration: 7 days
Hunting season: 21 May 2020 27 May 2020
Black Bear & Fishing Canada
The package includes: lodging, baited site, retrieving, skinning, preparation for transportation, boat, motor & gas. A real paradise for hunting and fishing! The hunters will need some warm clothes, a raincoat, a fluorescent vest. Take note that the fishing and hunting licenses are available at the main lodge. On that same territory, you have access to 42 lakes exclusively available to our clients. Some are accessible by road while others are accessible by boat. The preferred species are: - walleye - northern pike In order to preserve your catch, a fish house is at your disposition with running water, wrapping paper and freezers.
Trip duration: 7 days
Hunting season: 30 May 2020 27 Jun 2020
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