File 119- Hunt camp on 134 acres
Are you really serious about harvesting a huge trophy Whitetail Deer?
Did you know that Northwestern Ontario has become the center of attention for deer hunters that want a good opportunity to harvest a trophy buck?
We are offering this unique opportunity to own your own hunt camp on 134 acers of prime hunting land just south of the community of Borups Corners in Northwestern Ontario.
Where is Borups Corners in Northwestern Ontario?
It is about 49 kilometers (about 30 miles) east of Dryden Ontario right on Highway 17.
This exciting property is located in Melgund Township which is an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP about 6 kilometers south of Borups Corners.
This property adjoins Crown land to the north, west and to the east.
It is quiet out here.
You can breathe the crisp clean air.
No smog alerts here!
You can drive your truck right to the property and to your own rustic hunt camp.
Access to the property is generally easy but in the wet season there are some spots that could take some effort.
Imagine the opportunities you will have on your own deeded land to build some tree stands or ground blinds.
Setup up some shooting lanes on travel corridors and you will be successful in your hunt.
The hunt camp is exactly that…a hunt camp.
It is about 12 feet by 16 feet in size.
It is not the Taj Mahal but it keeps the rain out, it is cozy, it keeps you warm when the wood stove is lit and you will sleep a good sleep AND IT IS YOURS!
The cabin comes furnished with a propane stove, couch, table, chairs, bunks, some cutlery, dishes and pots and pans.
Just about everything you need to camp out for your hunt.
There is a very functional outdoor biffy so you can tell all your friends that you are “roughing it out” here.
The property is irregular in shape more like an inverted “U”.
The mature timber was harvested somewhere between 2003 and 2005 and the new growth is attracting game and providing lots of cover.
It is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 9A.
For those interested in White Tail Deer hunting
In 9A there is a Non-Resident Guide Requirement and the Non-Resident open gun season is from October 10 to November 15 and the Non-Resident open bow season is from September 19 to October 02.
For those non-residents interested in Black Bear hunting
A non-resident landowner is not required to use a licensed bear operator:
A non-resident who is the owner of property in a WMU that has an open black bear season for non-residents.• •
A non-resident who qualifies MUST contact a ministry office in the area of the hunt to apply for the validation certificate. A non-resident black bear hunting licence is not valid unless a validation certificate accompanies it.
Where a property is owned by more than one person or by a corporation, only one validation certificate will be issued. The non-resident landowner may hunt only in the WMU where the property is located.
Small game hunting
Very plentiful and very good.
How about fishing?
There are so many lakes that you can fish on that you will never be able to say that you could not get a good days fishing.
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