Whitetail Deer Hunting
Dryden's reputation for Whitetail Deer hunting has been growing for years. Our area is now considered the top deer-hunting destination in Canada and the focal point for deer hunters that truly wish to harvest a Whitetail Buck of trophy caliber. The highest concentration of trophy bucks is found in what has been called the Whitetail Triangle by hunting magazines. The vast wilderness between Dryden and Ignace is the northeastern section of the Whitetail Triangle and the most productive. Indian Point Camp is located right in the middle of it.
Thick mature pine forest, light-cover softwood bushlands and open grasslands along with hundreds of lakes and streams have created the perfect habitat for Whitetails to proliferate in great numbers and get big. Our area has a reputation for Bucks with massive racks. One aspect of our bucks that sometimes gets unnoticed is that our bucks have massive bodies with thick necks and big heads. The size and power of our Whitetail Bucks is why hunters keep coming back to camp year after year.
Our Whitetails, along with Moose, have created thousands of animal paths that have been used for an uncountable number of years. Knowing deer paths between areas with good grazing and areas with thick cover is key to a successful hunt. As outfitters, our business is dependant on knowing where the deer are, where they have been and where they are going in order to give our hunting guests the best chance at harvesting a Whitetail Buck of their dreams.
Deer Seasons in the Dryden Area:
2014 Deer Hunting Dates:
· Archery: October 4th - December 15th
· Muzzleload: October 18th - December 15th
· Rifle: November 1st - December 15th
Links to Whitetail Deer photo galleries are on the menu above.
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