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Hunting at Cobb Bay Lodge

We are located in Wildlife Management Area 15A, along the Pickle Lake Corridor of Hwy 599. Our area is abundant in wildlife for both your viewing and hunting pleasure. For details regarding hunting regulations in both Ontario and our area please read through Ontario’s 2021 Hunting Regulations Summary.

Grouse Hunting/Fishing Combo

Enjoy a week away from home with one of our affordable combo hunts for grouse and small game as well as some fishing mixed in. These combo hunts are available from Mid-September through Mid-December and include your cabin, boat, motor, gas, and some great fall Ontario fishing and hunting opportunities.

Bear Hunting

Black bear hunting is a favorite here at Cobb Bay Lodge, and Jamie knows how to put you on them! Each year our hunters achieve over a 90% success rate with some bears in excess of 300 pounds being taken each fall. Our bear packages include a boat, motor, and gas so that our hunters have the opportunity for our incredible fall fishing in the mornings or after their bears are harvested. Our routine here at camp is to hunt in the afternoons/evenings. Our package also includes an established, pre-baited stand, bear hunting license, export tag, conservation fishing license, and taxes-everything you need at one price-no added surprises. All of our stands are pre-hung, and baits are already established before you arrive in camp. Bringing your own ATV allows for more flexibility on the part of the hunter, allowing him to come and go to his/her stand as he/she pleases. In the event an ATV is not brought, Jamie will move the hunters to and from the stands.

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Moose Hunting

Moose hunting is our most demanded and least available hunt. Cobb Bay Lodge is allocated 4 moose tags per year and are precommitted. Therefore, we do not offer moose hunts at this time. We are so sorry. Please check availability with other outfitters in our area.

Firearm details

For information on importing a firearm into Canada please read here.

Click here to access the Non-resident Firearm Declaration Form that must be presented at the border upon arrival. Note: Complete the form prior to arrival, but please wait to sign the form in the presence of a border official.