Timber Wolf Hunting at Gathering Lake Outfitters

If you’re looking for Timber Wolf hunting in Ontario, then Gathering Lake Outfitters is your best choice. Our lodge provides guided Timber Wolf hunting expeditions for our guests and patrons. Gathering Lake Outfitters offers you the expertise and experience with Timber Wolf hunts to truly ensure a memorable hunting vacation. You can hunt wolf as a primary package or add it to your bear hunt for a small additional fee.

The population of wolves in Ontario is very healthy allowing this target to be amongst the most prestigious of all big game animals to hunt in the province of Ontario.

As one of the best timber wolf hunting outfitters in Ontario, you can rely on Gathering Lake to help with your sport. Whether you are looking to hunt on your own or in a party, call us today and let Gathering Lake help you find those trophy wolves.

Our area encompasses more than a million acres. This combined with the fact that the region is home to one of the largest populations of the timber wolf results in a very high percentage chance that you’ll hit a couple of these wolves during your hunting expedition with us at Gathering Lake Outfitters.

Our guides are all very highly trained, experienced, and avid hunters. They will strive to assure you of the same hunting experience they would want for themselves.

What to expect on your Timber Wolf Hunt

Ideally situated in a remote northern location, Gathering Lake is surrounded by vast amounts of wilderness and a healthy population of timber wolves. This ensures a safe and sustainable harvest for our timber wolf hunters, without necessarily having a large impact on the overall population.

Our guides will put you on a very active wolf bait site that is sure to produce results. Our knowledge of the Timber Wolf population in our area is expert and we know all the tips and tricks to get this wily predator into your site. Often, we tend to lead clients to well establish stands or a commercial popup blind.

Here’s what’s included in Your Timber Wolf Hunt with Gathering Lake Outfitters

  • Arrival at camp with a warm welcome
  • Get you started with licenses and fees
  • Meeting with the outfitter to help get you started on your dream trip
  • Updates on the wolf activity
  • Sight in your weapon and go hunting
  • Tour of your bait sites and stand placement if needed
  • Track and removal of your game
  • Skin and freeze your trophy for the trip home
  • Instructions for boats, motors and other equipment
  • Instructions for fishing outlying lakes
  • Safety instructions and camp rules
  • Check-in to fully equipped house-keeping cabins, all have showers and toilets, full size refrigerators, stoves with ovens, all dishes, pots and pans, etc.
  • Get your Boat and Motor
  • Get your first tank of gas (on us)
  • All bedding and pillows are supplied, just bring a sleeping bag.
  • Access to new modern fish cleaning building is in operation with hot and cold running water and is very comfortable to prepare your catch with plenty of freezer space.
  • Live bait is available on site.
  • Family pets are welcome
  • A warm good bye upon your departure with hopes to see you again.

What to bring

  • Bring a valid hunting license and outdoors card or old US license. This is required to issue you a non-resident hunting license. Purchase license at border
  • Tree stand if required (Steps/Rope + Safety belt)
  • Gun registration filled out (sign at the border)
  • Tree stand if required (Steps/Rope + Safety belt)
  • Cameras
  • Clothes for both warm and cold weather
  • Hunter orange hat and vest (camo orange is not acceptable in Ontario)
  • Weapon of choice, gun, bow or crossbow and ammo (no handguns allowed)
  • Soft guncase or bowcase (legal requirement)
  • Scent Killer
  • Tracking tape
  • Bug repellent (Muskol is good)
  • Rain Gear and boots
  • Head net
  • Compass and whistle
  • Extra Footware/Gloves
  • Flash lights (Batteries)
  • Binoculars
  • Coolers & freezer bags for meat and fish
  • Hunting knife/sharpener, small axe and pocket saw
  • First Aid Kit
  • Fishing rod and tackle, minnow bucket, net and good filet knife
  • Life Jackets
  • Scent soak, towels and sleeping bag
  • Food & Drink