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    Any experience info Big game hunting in WMU 18 B

    Access routes with vehicle , access rivers with canoe ..?

    Looking for info for this year Moose hunt !

    Thanks In advance

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    The south boundary of WMU 18B is the old CN railway right of way. The tracks are gone now and you can drive on the rail bed. The area is generally very flat with many creeks and and rivers that flow north to Hudson Bay. Very good speckle trout fishing! There are some logging roads that run north from the old rail road. Better access roads are located north of Longlac.

    There are a couple of rivers that my be of interest to you: Kenogami and Pagwa with the Pagwa being better for paddling. Lot so portages and dragging on the Kenogami.

    Good luck.

    Kenogami Forest map: https://www.efmp.lrc.gov.on.ca/eFMP/...2020&aryt=2021

    Hearst Forest map: https://www.efmp.lrc.gov.on.ca/eFMP/...2020&aryt=2021

    Click on Maps-Operations-Index

    For satellite imagery try: https://www.fws.gov/wetlands/Data/Mapper.html
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    Thank you so much , for information .

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Menard View Post
    The south boundary of WMU 18B is the old CN railway right of way. The tracks are gone now and you can drive on the rail bed. The area is generally very flat with many creeks and and rivers that flow north to Hudson Bay. Very good speckle trout fishing! There are some logging roads that run north from the old rail road. Better access roads are located north of Longlac.

    There are a couple of rivers that my be of interest to you: Kenogami and Pagwa with the Pagwa being better for paddling. Lot so portages and dragging on the Kenogami.

    Good luck.

    Kenogami Forest map: https://www.efmp.lrc.gov.on.ca/eFMP/...2020&aryt=2021

    Hearst Forest map: https://www.efmp.lrc.gov.on.ca/eFMP/...2020&aryt=2021

    Click on Maps-Operations-Index

    For satellite imagery try: https://www.fws.gov/wetlands/Data/Mapper.html

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