Moose Hunting

Throw Back Friday

That’s one heck of a Pasha Lake Moose.  Judging by the vehicles in the back ground, I guess this picture to be taken in the 1970’s.  On the left is the previous owner of Pasha, John Fevez. Interesting Fact – WMU #19 and WMU #21A combined have the one of the largest moose herds in all of Ontario.  Pasha Lake Guests hunt both from our lodge.


Together, the two Wildlife Management Units (#19 & #21A) contain one of the largest moose herds in all of NW Ontario, approximately 4,200 Alces alces (aka Canadian) Moose. With Pasha Lake being centrally located between the 2 zones, it stands to reason the moose harvest opportunities are endless. The surrounding ecosystem of both deciduous and coniferous tree stands is a preferred haven for the local moose population, and it shows in the Pasha Lake’s annual harvest rates. In fact, since 2005, there have been 2 bulls killed that have made the provincial record books.   BOOK YOUR TRIP NOW