Algoma Bear Hunting: Whitefish Lodge
Ty Sjodin puts some time in the tree stand in hunt of bruiser black bear while staying at Whitefish Lodge and Outpost in Ontario’s Algoma Country.
This is an impressive operation with three Bear Management Areas that produce many bears over that 300-pound mark every season. The bear population in these BMAs is equally remarkable. It’s not uncommon to see four or more bears on every sit. Whitefish Lodge’s cabins are incredibly comfortable with all the necessities a person could ask for in the heart of the wilderness.
Full kitchens and bathrooms along with very roomy bedrooms. They don’t skimp on anything, especially on one of the cabins’ most important things: the beds! Even more impressive are the sunrises and sunsets from the cabin deck!
Whitefish Lodge and Outpost Camps offers world-class spring and fall trophy bear hunting, so if you are looking for a place to see multiple bears and a high probability of connecting on your next trophy bear, give Coop a call. They also offer moose and wolf hunts and fantastic multi-species fishing, including walleye, lake trout, pike and more.