Lake of the Woods Whitetail Deer Hunting

Whitetail Camp is a boat-in lodge on remote Shoal Lake, which is a northwestern arm of Lake of the Woods. The closest settlement is Kejick, Ontario. Due to their remote location the locals never hunt the area thus there is 100s of square miles of prime Whitetail habitat that is exclusively hunter by their guests. Whitetail bucks in the area get very large because of the amount of food available. Because their location is farther south from most Whitetail hunting camps in northwest Ontario the deer are not exposed to winters that are as harsh as farther north. Trophy bucks are common with B&C scores commonly being over 170. Their accommodations are extremely nice as their cabins are fairly new and well maintained.

Northwest Outfitters is a remote outpost lodge on Shoal Lake, which is attached to Lake Of The Woods. Northwest Outfitters have excellent hunting for big Trophy Whitetail Deer. They also have an outpost camp which produces the biggest White Tailed Deer in North America. Most big Whitetail Bucks harvested are over 200 pounds and some real big ones will go over 340 pounds. Northwestern Ontario's Whitetail Bucks are huge. A lot of our hunters get real good chances at 150-170+B.C. Don is one of the top Whitetail guides in Ontario and he stops at nothing to make sure your meals and accommodations are spectacular and you have the most exciting Whitetail Deer hunting trip ever. They offer both housekeeping and American Plan accommodations.

Harris Hill Resort is located between Rainy River & Morson on Lake of The Woods: We have exceptional Whitetail Deer Hunting with abundant deer and many trophy Boone & Crockett Bucks in this low pressure hunting area here. All of our hunting stands are heated and are over baited sites on our exclusive hunting land. The success rate for Whitetail Deer Hunts at this camp has always been excellent. 2004 boasted an incredible 16 point Trophy Whitetail Buck harvested. 2005 Buck would have been a Boone & Crockett if he had not knocked off his tines while in velvet. 2006 harvested a Boone & Crockett 197 green score, 179 2/8 dry score. One 2006 15 point Buck harvested would also have been a Boone & Crockett Whitetail Buck if he had not lost his points while in velvet. 2010 harvested a 16 point non-typical with a B & C score of 183 2/8. Come join us for an incredible Whitetail Buck Hunt in Northwestern Ontario.