/

Moose Records

The Largest Member of the Deer Family

Archery »  Crossbow »  Muzzleloader »  All time »  Modern Firearm »

Select from one of these categories to view the current record.

While there is much talk of various subspecies of moose, the Boone and Crockett Club, the foremost authority on big-game animals, only recognizes the Shiras, Canadian and Alaska-Yukon subspecies. The moose found in Ontario fall into the Canada moose subspecies.

Moose in Ontario are larger than a Shiras Moose found in the Northwestern United States and they are smaller than the Alaska-Yukon Moose. The antlers of the Ontario, or Canada Moose, tend to be slightly narrower than their Alaska-Yukon cousins with more defined tines along the top of the palm. Large Ontario bulls have been known to weigh up to 1400 pounds.

book

the big game records of ontario sixth edition
available now!


More Info »

image

Upcoming Big Buck Shows

Bring your trophy out to a Big Buck Show to be scored by Official Measurers


More Info »
Canadaintherough.com

Email Newsletter!


certificate

order your big game certificate or scoresheet plaque today!

More Info »
image

Ontario monster whitetails magazine

Ontario's leading source for educational, entertaining and simply amazing stories about Ontario deer hunting.Devoted to reaching out to the grassroots hunting community with detailed stories and pictures of how hunters around the province are successful in harvesting Ontario's biggest bucks.


Visit omwmag.com for more info »