North Superior Charters Inc.

World Class Hunting, Fishing, Canoe & Kayak Adventures   

What to Bring

Our lodges provide all the comforts of home, but you may want to bring a few extra personal items.  


- Warm clothes (the lake can be windy and cool at night even in the summer months)

- Sleeping bag

- Bug jacket or repellent

- Rain gear

- Extra footwear and gloves

- Flash light and batteries

- Camera / Binoculars

- Sunblock

- Drinking water & choice of food

- Towels and linens

- Personal hygiene items

- Fishing rod and tackle


HUNTERS

- Hunter orange cap and vest (camo orange is not acceptable in Ontario)

- Previous hunting licence (Canadian or American)

- Weapon of choice, gun, bow or cross bow

- Soft or hard gun or bow case (legal requirement)


ONTARIO HUNTING REGULATIONS - visit the Ministry of Natural Resources at www.mnr.gov.on.ca


Canadian Firearms Declaration Form - it is necessary to fill out a temporary gun permit if you are bringing your own firearm into Canada.  The fee is $25.00 payable at the border crossing


Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form - forms are available by emailing [email protected] or by calling 1 -800-731-4000 (Canada and US) or 1-506-624-5380 (other countries) and from all Custom offices across Canada.  Visit the Royal Canadian Mounted Police website for more information www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca


**Do not sign your declaration form until you are asked by the customs agent**


Hunting Licence & Outdoor Card - Non-residents can buy a hunting license and Outdoor Card online at www.ontario.ca