Hunting is permitted on the base during the following times: *
ØArchery, beginning October until the end of December;
ØShot Gun/Muzzle Loader the first week of November for 5 days;
ØShot Gun/Muzzle Loader the first week of December for 5 days
Small Game Hunts:
ØArchery and shotgun, September until mid-February.
ØFrom April until May for the spring hunt and a week in November for the fall hunt. You must have the Turkey Course to hunt Turkeys; it is shown as a T on your Ontario Outdoors card, if you don’t have the course check with the OFAH for timings and availability.
* All hunting on the Base is subject to the regulations of the Ontario Game & Fish Act .
How to Hunt on Base:
ØIf you have met all the above prerequisites;
vGo to Range Control, located at the corner of River Road and Range Road.
vSee which areas are open for hunting and any restrictions
vCheck if anyone is hunting in that area
vTake a radio, map, gate keys and survey sheet
vHave in you possession at all times proper identification and hunting documentation as you may be challenged at any time.
NOTE: Training on Base Borden takes priority and hunting in any area may not be allowed at any given time. Please respect Range Control personnel as the decision on what areas are open and closed to hunting is not open for debate.
ØUpon return from hunting;
vStop at range control and return equipment
vReport any problems encountered
vDrop of completed survey sheets
ØFor small game hunters who wish to use their own dogs please contact the hunting director as your dog will have to be registered before hunting. The following information will be required;
vType of dog, Dog name, Dog color, Dog size, Owners name & phone number.