Finger Lake Wilderness Resort
|Your Base Camp in the Heart of Moose Hunting Country in BC|
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The Resort is located in Management Unit (MU) 7-11 Omenica Region 7A a short distance from the junction of MU7-11, 7-12, 6-1 and 5-13. The resort is near MU 6-4.
This offers our guest hunters a wide variety of areas to hunt. A central secure location for your Base Camp. Cabin reservations go quickly for the hunting season because Hunters are a committed bunch and plan very early. Most would like to leave now.
Therefore avoid disappointment email us right now, leave a message on our toll free line or call us directly at the resort. Accommodations are limited in this area of prime hunting (see stats).
A reservation is a commitment for the length of your booking. Moose, mule deer and black bear are plentiful through the region with new logging roads created each year increasing access to new areas.
|Hanging Around Finger Lake|
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Current Huntings Stats and all future stats Annually
|Game Stats 2010 Hunting Season|
|Game Stats 2009 Hunting Season|
|Game Stats 2008 Hunting Season|
|Game Stats 2007 Hunting Season||Game Stats 2006 Hunting Season|
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|Hunting Statistics from Previous Years|
7-11 Bull Moose 2004 Stefano Passaglia
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| Hanging poles are provided and assistance when required to get your game from the field to the locker.
Numerous logging roads provide access to the back country. Or rent a boat and cruise 20 miles of Finger Lake shoreline where game trails are welcome site. (The resort has the only access to the lake.)
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Loaded logging trucks rule the road and have the right of way. Fortunately the majority of the road systems have frequent Pull-Outs for you to get off the road safely. Some hunters have their vehicles equipped with a VHF radio or short wave radio to monitor the road channels they travel. All loaded vehicles are required to Call Out at what kilometer they are at.
To rent a VHF Radio for the duration of your hunt contact Ken & Merna Holden at Faitron Communications in Vanderhoof, Phone number 250-567-3339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org