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Black Bear

Quebec Black Bear

Description:  This lodge and outfit has been owned and family operated for over 50 years, servicing the needs of fishermen and hunters. It is located 560 kilometers (350 miles) north of Montreal and 110 kilometers (68 miles) East of Senneterre in picturesque Abitibi region in the remote wilderness of northern Quebec. Because of this, their quality of fishing and hunting is the best you'll find anywhere. They are one of the largest outfitters in northern Quebec.

There are a large number of bears in the region. With the hundreds of miles of bush roads to place baits and the large outlaying areas of no roads helps not only to ensure a good population. The success of kills has been good at about 80%, plus the ones seen or missed. Only 6 to 10 hunters per week are taken during hunting season. Both bow and rifle hunters are welcome. Hunting takes place over baited tree stands and ground blinds, which are 15 to 35 yards.

For groups of 2 or more hunters staying together, a boat and motor is included in their package for fishing. Fuel, oil and licenses are extra. Life preservers, landing nets and anchors not supplied with boats.

Accommodations:  There are 12 house keeping cabins which include electricity, running water, oil furnaces for heat, inside toilet, refrigerator, propane burners, cooking and eating utensils and central hot water showers. Single and double beds, sheets and covers.

The interconnecting lakes of Berthelot and Maricourt, extend for 14 miles. Besides the many islands, there are also four main rivers that flow in which provide excellent fishing in the spring and adds many additional miles to fish hunt and explore. Since there are no other camps on the lake, this helps to keep the hundreds of miles of shore line pristine for your enjoyment.

Transportation/Getting there:  The lodge is situated 68 miles east of Senneterre. To get there, whether you are coming by way of La Verendrye Park or from Ontario, follow Highway 117 to Louvicourt, then follow Highway 113 to Senneterre. At Senneterre, take the gravel route 806 to Berthelot Lake, following the indication panels.

Black Bear:

Hunting license
Your firearm
TSA approved hard-shell airplane lockable gun-case
Soft-sided gun case
Ammunition for firearm (2 boxes or 40 rounds)
Shooting sticks
Comfortable hunting boots
Heavy and light socks
Full camouflage clothing including face-mask
Florescent orange hat
Stocking cap
Rain gear
Heavy and light hunting jacket
Long underwear
Hunting knife
Camp Slippers/shoes
Comfortable camp shirt and pants
Insect repellant

Personal Items:

Ear plugs
Toiletries and personal affects
Medical prescriptions & pain relievers
Lip balm & sunscreen

Rates:  6 day/7 night guided bear hunts - $1550 per person

Dates:  End of May to the end of June

Included:  lodging, meals are optional (call for packages with meals), transportation to baited areas, preparation and storage of game taken, for groups of 2 or more a boat and motor are included in your package

Not Included:  hunting and fishing licenses, transportation to the lodge, meals, taxes ($14.975%), trophy expediting (registration available on site), and tips/gratuities

Approximate license cost:  call for current rates. Licenses can be purchased on site.

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