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Ontario Bear Hunts

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BIG SAVINGS - We still have a few bear hunts available. High success hunts, cabin accommodations, fishing available also. Email for more info and pricing, mention that you seen it on Fishing Minnesota.

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Neat looking place. It won't work out for this year, but thinking a year ahead, what are the season dates for your bear hunts in Ontario? Thanks.

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NW,

Superbee runs a good show with his bear hunts, the season starts on Aug. 15.

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Thanks Outfitter. Our season opens Aug 15 and we run until the 3rd week of Sept. Lots of action and great high success hunt. Let me know if we can answer any questions, would like to show you a great hunt and get you a bear to put on the wall.

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Some pics of what we offer and the trophy potential is definately here.

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looks like the big guy is still alittle leary only coming in after dark

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