Ontario Non-resident Whitetail Deer Rifle Hunts near Rainy River / Lake of the Woods

Whitetail Deer

Non-resident Rifle Rates
Hunting Dates & License Fees

Non-resident deer hunters have to be guided; however the guide does not physically stay with you all day.

We Bait at least Every Second Day for 1 month before & during Deer Hunting Season

We have Heated Tower Stands and Deer Hunting Blinds on Main Deer Trails - near Deer Sign and You Hunt Over Baits or Food Plots 30 - 100 yards Away - average 50 yards to 60 yards

• Exceptional Whitetail Deer Hunting
• Trophy Bucks with Boone & Crockett opportunities
• High Success Rate for Whitetail Buck harvest
• Nearly 100% Opportunity Rate
• Active Baits Sites and Food Plots specifically selected to attract deer
• Strategically placed Heated Deer Hunting Tower Stands, Ground Blinds & Box Stands
• Exclusive Low Pressure Deer Hunting Areas
• Limited Number of Whitetail Deer Hunters
• Over 2000 acres of land to hunt on
• Knowledgeable and Experienced Whitetail Deer Hunting Guides
• Transportation back & forth to your deer hunting site if required
• Tracking & Retrieving your Whitetail Buck
• Help Dressing your trophy Buck
• A place to Hang your Whitetail Deer
• Freezer Service for your deer hide and venison deer meat
• Help arranging Professional Processing & Wrapping of your venison deer meat
• A Picture taken of you and your Trophy Whitetail Buck
• Modern comfortable Housekeeping Cabins(with SatelliteTV)
• Wireless Internet & Cell Phone capabilities
• Quality Home Cooked Meals & Great Coffee: American Plan
• Great Hospitality, Friendly Atmosphere with Great Service
• World Class Quality Whitetail Deer Hunting Vacations at Affordable Prices

Harris Hill Resort produces Boone & Crockett Bucks plus many other Trophy Deer.

Top scoring typical Boone & Crockett scoring 197 green, 179 2/8 dry score
Top scoring non-typical Boone & Crockett Buck scores 183 green score

Firearms & Ammunition

You may bring hunting rifles or shotguns into Ontario for hunting or competition purposes if you are 18 years of age or older.
You are allowed 200 rounds of ammunition for hunting or 1,500 rounds for use at a recognized shooting competition.
Archery equipment may be brought across the border at no charge. You do not have to register them, however, you do have to mention that you are bringing them across.
All fully automatic weapons and handguns are prohibited.

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Canadian Firearms Declaration Form:

You will be required to fill out a temporary gun permit (Firearm Declaration Form & Continuation Sheet) to bring firearms into Canada. The fee is $25 payable at the border crossing.

Please Note: Do not sign your declaration form until the customs agent asks you to. All forms need to filled out in triplicate and complete.

Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Forms & Continuation Sheet are available by emailing cfp-pcaf@rcmp-grc.gc.ca, or by calling 1-800-731-4000 (Canada and U.S.) or 1-506-624-5380 (other countries) and from all Customs offices across Canada. Visit the RCMP web site for more information

Download Non-Resident Canadian Firearm Declaration Form (Adobe .pdf)

Download Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Continuation Sheet (Adobe .pdf)

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Ontario Fishing Regulations Page
Ontario Hunting Regulations Page

Should you have any general questions pertaining to the hunting regulations summary please contact the Natural Resource Information Centre at 1-800-667-1940 or by emailing mnr.nric.mnr@ontario.ca

Helpful Border Crossing Information Sites
US State Department
US / Canada Border Crossing

Criminal Record ???
We suggest you communicate with a Canadian Immigration office prior to your planned trip if you have a criminal record.