Ontario Canada Duck Hunts

Exciting dry field or water hunts for a variety of ducks to include primarily mallard, wood duck, teal, pintails, widgeon and gadwall.  Hunted acreage is so extensive that clients and staff swear the same places can't possibly be hunted twice during an entire season! 

Field duck hunts take place in grain or corn fields and water hunts occur on local rivers or small ponds using chest waders or small boats.  Diver duck hunts on Lake Huron are available in December and January. 

All duck hunting locations are excellently pre-scouted.  In addition to morning hunting, and afternoon duck hunt will be arranged (if needed) for limit.  Trained retrievers are on-site, but hunter's obedient dogs are welcomed.  Duck processing is included.   

Hunters are lodged in 4200 square feet of comfortable living space featuring 6 bedrooms, satellite TV, internet access, air conditioning, 3 full bathrooms, large dining area, Jacuzzi tub, and an 8 person outdoor hot tub, and daily maid service.  Dog kennels on site for your retriever.  Lunch and dinner are available at local restaurants and not included in package cost.



Ontario Canada duck hunting season typically September 27 - January 10. 

During the open Ontario Canada goose hunting season, you may optionally hunt Canada geese in the mornings and ducks during the afternoons.



Ontario Canada Duck Hunt: $350 per day plus 13% HST


Ontario Canada Goose Hunt: 

$450.00 /day plus 13% HST September 4 - September 16 Early Canada Goose Hunt Season 

$375.00 /day plus 13% HST September 27-November 14 Regular Canada Goose Hunt Season

$325.00 /day plus 13% HST November 15 - December 15 Regular Canada Goose Hunt Season

Effective July 1, 2010: 13% Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) comprised of Federal 5% and Provincial 8% taxes

More Info:

Bag Limits - Ontario Canada Duck Hunting

  • Ducks: Limit is 6 per day (1 black duck only) with 12 in possession.
  • Canada Geese: Limit is 3 (Nov15-Dec-15) or 5 (Sept 27-Nov14) with twice the daily limit in possession.


License Info - Ontario Canada Duck Hunting

To hunt ducks in Ontario Canada, you require the following:

  1. A Federal Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit ($8.50) and a Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp ($8.50). Essentially they are one document and are only available from Canada Post offices and postal outlets (total cost of $17). Once purchased, the permit and stamp are valid anywhere in Canada, however each province stipulates the daily harvest and possession limits of waterfowl species.
  2. A non-resident Ontario Canada hunting license.  Licenses can be purchased from select retail stores such as Canadian Tire and Wal-Mart in Ontario as well as some large outdoor stores and hunting outfitters for a cost of $87.50. Note that licenses cannot be purchased over the Internet.

Important: To purchase a non-resident Ontario Canada hunting license, non-resident applicants must provide documentation indicating he/she would be authorized to purchase a hunting license in their home jurisdiction. A current hunting license for your jurisdiction is an example of a suitable documentation. For more information, call the OMNR toll-free at 1-800-667-1940.


Retriever Policy - Ontario Canada Duck Hunting

Properly trained retrievers are always welcome, but they must be well managed so as not to negatively impact the hunting.


Bird Processing - Ontario Canada Duck Hunting

Bird Cleaning is included in the cost of the Ontario Canada Duck Hunting package. 

Birds may be breasted or picked. We strongly suggest bringing ice chests large enough to ensure proper care and transport of birds. 

USFWS statutes regarding transportation of migratory game birds are carefully followed: 

  • All sport-taken migratory birds imported into the US via Canada must have 1 fully feathered wing attached to the carcass (Head and Feet do not count).  No other types or forms of migratory birds will be allowed into the US, no sausage or processed meat.
  • All imports into the US of sport-taken migratory birds may only be imported by the person who hunted them. A hunter cannot give the birds to another person to take into the US on their behalf.
  • Birds, geese, or cranes intended for taxidermy can only be imported into the US when accompanied by a US migratory bird import/export permit.
  • All illegal birds and/or meat is subject to seizure and fines.


Related Links - Ontario Canada Duck Hunting


Ontario Canada Hunting Regulations

Canadian Non-Resident Firearm Declaration

Canadian GST Refunds for Visitors

Certification of Registration for Personal Effects Taken Abroad (Form 4457)

Compare to other Canada waterfowl hunting packages: Alberta Canada Duck Hunts, Manitoba Canada Duck Hunts, Saskatchewan Canada Duck Hunts, Ontario Canada Duck Hunts, Quebec Canada Duck Hunts


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This excellent Ontario Canada Goose Hunt Package includes fully-guided services, lodging and continental breakfasts, scouting, top-quality decoys, blinds and equipment. All geese are cleaned and processed by staff after each hunt.


Not included

Not included in Ontario Canada Goose Hunt packages are voluntary gratuities, airport transfers, car rental, or Toronto dining and lodging.



Fly into Toronto the day preceding your Canada goose hunt and drive about 2 hours to lodge.  Lodge check-in is 4 pm.  Depart at noon following your last morning's hunt.


For comparison: driving time to Ontario Canada goose hunting lodge from Memphis is 15 hours.


What to Bring

The following are suggested for Ontario Canada goose hunts:

  • Waders or hip boots, warm camo clothing, face masks. Because weather conditions are diverse, prepare to dress in layers.
  • US Federal Duck Stamp
  • Foul weather gear and field bag
  • Shotgun (12 gauge minimum recommended) choked imp cylinder or mod, and gun cleaning supplies
  • Non-toxic shot (2's or  BB recommended)
  • Ice chests
  • Obedient retrievers welcome (for your group)

Canada Duck Hunt Checklist © (PDF)


As strong advocates of conservation, GetDucks.com supports the following organizations:
Ducks Unlimited Dallas Safari Club National Rifle Association National Wild Turkey Federation Dallas Woods and Water Delta Waterfowl SCI
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