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    What do you think the toughest hunt in Ontario is in terms of smart prey? And why?
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    Coyote's for me here in the East...not near as many as in the west end of the province and harder than heck to hunt without dogs.
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    Southern Ontario, Snowshoe Hare, without Beagles.

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    The hardest game in Ontario is the adult Greater Snow Goose in the spring. Smartest damn bird there is, they even estimate the range of the shotgun. The will circle a spread from high above just looking for a mistake.

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    Coyote or Wolf for sure.


    For how many there is around not too many get shot. During the shotgun hunt it sounds like world war three. Lots of gangs dogging bush pushing deer. Few coyotes get seen or shot. But you still hear them every night and tracks everywhere ya look.

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    Wild Boar

    ...for my dad pretty much everything from deer to snowshoe hare and waterfowl, 2 years hunting came back empty handed :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    What do you think the toughest hunt in Ontario is in terms of smart prey? And why?
    has to be Cougars...not one shot yet.....LOL....
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    Southern Grouse over a pointer Fortunately most times have woodcock available to ease the frustration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    has to be Cougars...not one shot yet.....LOL....
    So true.
    No gun shots and certainly no decent camera shots either.

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    Another vote for the Evil Southern Grouse. Most of them flush away when they hear your vehicle pull up to a cover. It's like they are a completely different specie from the fool's hens you can kill with a sand wedge up North.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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