Woody River Trophy Hunts
Our Wilderness Preserve was built in the river bottoms of the magnificent Woody River, which wanders its way through the mighty Porcupine Provincial Forest. The terrain is very rugged and consists of quiet meadows, steep ridges, old river bottoms, and a few quiet creeks that meander through. It also has a large variety of timber that consists of the white and black poplar, hardy diamond willows, thick hazelnut bushes, and the majestic spruce trees with their dark green splendor all season long. This abundant supply of foliage, with its dark stain, allows mahogany antlers, giving them extra beauty and elegance, along with their enormous powerful bodies that sometimes reach 400 pounds.