File 16- 40 Acres of Hunting Heaven in the Rainy River area
Another very nice 40 acre property located in The Township of Chapple, northwest of Fort Frances, Ontario in the Rainy River District of Northwestern Ontario.
We refer to this property as Part 2.
The property is bordered by and fronts on the Boundary lake Road on the west side.
These are good gravel roads and you can actually drive to the property in a car.
There is an old field where a cabin can be built.
The property is mostly wooded with semi-mature trees.
A land surveyor is surveying the property in the middle of February so this property will have a current land survey showing measurements and where the corner pins are located.
All kinds of old trails meander through the property and it would be short work to clear these old trails and erect some deer stands throughout the property in strategic spots.
In addition to deer hunting the hunting for black bear is pretty good too!
The black bears in this area of Northwestern Ontario are abundant.
Pretty good fishing is also available in the area.
There are some smaller lakes close by like Off Lake, Boundary lake Little Pine Lake where you can fish for walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, crappie, and perch.
For the hunters
This property is located in WMU 10
In this unit there is a Non-Resident Guide Requirement.
Whitetail deer is Ontario's Premier big game.
Whitetail deer are abundant in the Emo area.
Easily available food, mild winters and the ability to adapt to human encroachment have allowed them to flourish.
As a result, there are many hunting opportunities.
The hunting seasons for deer are the longest of any big game season in Ontario.
In the Emo area (Wildlife Management Area (WMU 7B, 8, 9A, 9B and 10), you can hunt for white-tail deer starting in October.
Please note that non-residents must be accompanied by one licenced guide for each two hunters when hunting deer in WMU 9B and 10 and part of 7B.
There are two types of opportunities for deer hunting in Ontario for residents of Ontario that involve computerized random draws for validation tags: the Antlerless Deer Draw and the Controlled Deer Draw. Since the controlled deer hunts take place in Southern and Southwestern Ontario, in the Emo area, there is only the Antlerless Deer Draw. The draw is only for residents of Ontario. If you are not successful in the draw, you may harvest an antlered deer. You need a valid outdoors card and a deer licence.
Non-residents are allowed to hunt for antlered deer only.
You must have proof of a current hunting licence from the State in which you reside. Then you require a deer hunting licence and tag, which is available from the Ministry of Natural Resources Office. You can call the closest MNR office in Fort Frances at 807-274-5337 for more information.
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