Duck season will be here in the Fall and things get busy in Chatham-Kent. The season begins at the end of September and continues until late in December. Local and visiting hunters alike come to Chatham-Kent which is considered one of the best places to hunt duck and geese in Ontario. The large amount of rural land in Chatham-Kent makes it possible for residents to enjoy hunting wild turkey, pheasants, grouse, squirrel, rabbit, hare and various other furry creatures.
Goose hunting begins in January with an additional week in late February. Marshes and diverse wetlands along Lake St. Clair attract thousands of visitors each year. Mitchell's Bay on Lake St. Clair as well as Walpole Island along the St. Clair River are favorite locations as well as Rondeau Bay along Lake Erie. Chatham-Kent is in the middle of the Great Lakes.
There are area various Hunting Camps with Professional Guides to take Hunters to various Hotspots. Some hunting camps provide cabins, boats and decoy rentals. Mitchell's Bay has several rental properties available. Visit the Mitchells Bay website for more information. Rondeau Provincial Park has a convenient Bed and Breakfast which Hunters and Bird Watchers use just outside the gates. Visit Bye The Bay Bed and Breakfast Website on Kent Bridge Rd.and plan your getaway.
For Information about Outdoor cards and Fishing and Hunting Licenses call the Outdoor Call Centre at 1-800-387-7011 or the Natural Resourses Information Centre at 1-800-667-1940 or visit www.mnr.gov.on.ca For Chatham-Kent Hunting Information contact Chatham-Kent Tourism at 1-800-561-6125 or visit the Chatham-Kent website
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