Hunt Kenora

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Why so large?

The Kenora area is located at the northern edge of the Whitetail’s range and in order to survive the deep snow & cold winter conditions our area offers,  they have to be BIG. Of course, Antler growth follows suit.

Kenora is a two-hour drive east of Winnipeg on the Trans Canada Highway (Hwy 17), or three hours north of the Canada-USA border (crossing at International Falls, Minnesota) via Hwy 71. You can also take regularly-scheduled flights and bus service to Kenora, or come by boat or snowmobile. View Map

Our city of 16,500 greets tens of thousands of visitors year-round who are looking for the best in outdoor adventure, fishing, hunting, water sports, winter sports, snowmobiling, unique festivals, international sport tournaments, or simply a relaxing getaway on the lake with all the comforts of a city dedicated to hospitality.

Kenora combines unforgettable adventure with your choice of affordable and luxurious accommodations including hotel chains such as Best Western, Days Inn, Travelodge, Comfort Inn, Super 8 as well as upscale B&B’s, family-oriented hotels, quaint inns and well-appointed motels.

Spring, summer, fall and winter, Kenora is continually hosting festivals, competitions and events that add to your Lake of the Woods experience. Some annual events include the famous Canada Day and Harbourfest celebrations in July and August, an international sailing regatta (LOWISA), a rowing regatta, traditional First Nations powwows, Kenora Bass International, Sno-X snowmobile tournament, ice fishing derbies, an autumn heritage festival (Doors Open Kenora) and much, much more. View Events Calendar

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Getting Started »

You can join generations of hunters with opportunities from wild turkey and waterfowl to deer, moose and bear.

Just getting started? You’ll need to take a hunter education course to be licensed, plus a federal firearms course if you want to hunt with a gun. Find out what you need to do to get a hunting licence at Outdoors Cards and Licences.

Our Hunt Ontario guide provides everything you need to plan your hunt in Ontario, including information about moose, deer, wild turkey, black bear, bow hunting, muzzleloaders, waterfowl, game birds, small game, regulation and contacts.

Prices »

The 2014 one-year licence tags are valid to December 31, 2014. For the locations of Ontario license issuers, refer to these searchable lists.

NOTE: It is illegal for a hunter to hold more than one licence tag to hunt deer, moose or black bear.

Products 2014 Fees Product Availability
NOTE: Licence tags are separate documents and
must be carried with your Outdoors Card
Canadian Residents and Non-Residents,(includes
HST)
Internet Automated Telephone Licensing Line,1-800-288-1155 Licence Issuers at this link Service Ontario Centres at this link
Non-resident Hunting Outdoors Card – New $ 9.68
Non-resident Hunting Outdoors Card – Renewal $ 9.68 Check, ontario.ca/outdoorscard, for future availability
Non-resident 1-year small game licence tag $118.11
Non-resident 3-year small game licence tag $354.32
Non-resident moose license tag and game seal $472.18 * *
Non-resident deer licence tag and game seal $235.96
Non-resident black bear licence tag and game seal $235.96
Game seals for wolves/coyotes (required in select Wildlife Management Units only). Valid only with a small game licence tag. $269.58
Non-resident spring licence and game seal to hunt wild turkey. Valid only with a small game licence tag. Valid only during the spring open season. $ 28.62
Non-resident fall licence and game seal to hunt wild turkey. Valid only with a small game licence tag. Valid only during the fall open season. $ 28.62
Dog licence $ 13.23
Export permit $ 35.00

* Only non-resident moose licence tag to hunt with an immediate relative or an outfitter (refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary)

Important note: A resident is anyone who permanently resides in Ontario. A non-resident is anyone from outside of Ontario (including other Canadian provinces and other countries).

Wild game meat from Canada »

Hunter harvested game birds (pheasant, quail, goose, etc.) or cervid carcasses (e.g. deer, moose, elk, caribou, etc.) from Canada may be allowed entry when the importer is the hunter and presents to the Customs and Border Protection officer evidence such as a hunting license that the product is hunter harvested wild game. Hunter-harvested wild non-cervid animal (e.g. wild sheep, goats, or bison/buffalo, etc.) meat or carcasses, which can be eviscerated and head removed or not eviscerated, are allowed when the hunter shows to CBP officers a hunting license, tag, or equivalent.

For questions on wild game meat from other regions, or if you require further information related to imports of animal products or by-products, please contact the National Center for Import and Export at [email protected].

All commercial and personal imports of products from endangered species and other wildlife are subject to FWS permit requirements. For more information, please call the FWS at (703) 358-2104.

Meat products from other sources (including, but not limited to wild game) are subject to APHIS regulations; the provisions of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act, enforced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 1-888-723-3366/ Contact FDA and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).

Ontario Moose and Black Bear Hunting Tourism Industry Program »

The Ontario Moose-Bear Tourism Industry Program (OMBTIP) was created to support the allocation and distribution of moose and black bear hunting opportunities to tourist outfitters.

The program is intended to provide optimal benefits to tourist outfitters, their hunting clients, and the province, while ensuring the sustainable use of Ontario’s moose and black bear populations.

Tourist Outfitters and Hunters

To make the most of Ontario’s moose and black bear hunting experience with an outfitter, it is crucial that the hunter and outfitter prepare in advance. The information provided here will help ensure that hunters arrive for their hunt with the proper licences and knowledge of Ontario’s hunting regulations. Outfitters can also access the information provided to assist clients in acquiring the licences needed to legally hunt in Ontario.

Information for Moose Hunters Hunting Through a Tourist Outfitter »

This web page provides important information for hunters planning to use the services of a tourist outfitter to hunt moose in Ontario.

Most non-residents (hunters that have not resided in Ontario for at least six consecutive months of the previous twelve months)wishing to hunt moose in Ontario are required to use the services of a tourist outfitter authorized to provide moose licence validation tags. For exceptions to this requirement, see Information for Non-Residents Wishing to Hunt Moose (PDF, 75 kb) from the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary.

Residents may also choose to use the services of an authorized outfitter to moose hunt in Ontario.

The outfitter must obtain a moose licence validation tag on your behalf, and you must be a registered guest and accommodated at the premises of the outfitter during the hunt.

Easy Steps to Becoming Licensed for Moose Hunting in Ontario »

  1. Select and contact a tourist outfitter authorized to provide you with a moose hunt.
  2. You need a valid hunting-version Outdoors Card (valid for 3 years) before you can buy an annual moose hunting licence tag. You need both the Outdoors Card and the licence tag before the tourist outfitter can apply for a moose validation tag in your name to complete your moose hunting licence.

If you already have a hunting-version Ontario Outdoors Card or are a resident of Ontario, at least 6 weeks in advance of your hunt you must:

  • renew your Outdoors Card (if expired) or obtain a new Outdoors Card if you do not have one (resident of Ontario)
  • purchase an annual moose hunting licence tag
  • provide your tourist outfitter with the following information to allow the outfitter to apply for and receive your moose validation tag from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources:
    • your Outdoors Card number
    • your date of birth
    • your first and last name
    • your mailing address, and,
    • your postal code or zip code

If you are a first-time, non-resident hunter without a hunting-version Outdoors Card, at least 6 weeks in advance of your hunt, you must provide your outfitter with the following information to allow the outfitter to apply for and receive your moose validation tag from the MNR:

  • your date of birth
  • your first and last name
  • your mailing address, and,
  • your postal code or zip code

You have two options for obtaining your first-time hunting-version Outdoors Card (valid for 3 years) and annual moose hunting licence before the hunt:

  • you can ask another person, including your tourist outfitter, to obtain your Outdoors Card and hunting licence tag on your behalf. The person must have your personal information and, if you have never held an Ontario hunting-version Outdoors Card, you must provide the person with your acceptable proof of hunting accreditation. Refer to the sections below for personal information required and types of acceptable hunting accreditation.

OR

  • you can obtain your Outdoors Card and moose hunting licence in person at a licence issuer location or ServiceOntario location offering MNR services when you arrive in Ontario and before the hunt.
  • You must show your tourist outfitter your temporary hunting-version Outdoors Card and moose hunting licence tag (or licence receipt) before the outfitter provides you with your moose validation tag and other pertinent licensing documents.
  • Carry all documents in your possession at all times while hunting.
  • You may hunt only in the Wildlife Management Unit shown on your moose validation tag. If the validation tag is not filled during the hunt, it cannot be transferred to another hunter.
  • Before you leave at the end of the hunt you must provide your outfitter with your mandatory hunter report.

 

Important information on acquiring a hunting-version Outdoors Card and hunting licence tag

Renewing an Outdoors Card and/or purchasing a hunting licence tag

You can renew an expired hunting-version Outdoors Card online and/or purchase a moose hunting licence tag at a licence issuer location or ServiceOntario location offering MNR services. You must provide the following information:

  • your Outdoors Card number
  • your date of birth, and,
  • your postal code or zip code.

 

Obtaining your first hunting-version Outdoors Card

You can obtain a first-time hunting-version Outdoors Card in person at a licence issuer location (non-residents only), or at a ServiceOntario location offering MNR services (residents and non-residents). You must provide the following information:

  • your first and last name
  • your date of birth
  • your mailing and residential address
  • your height and eye colour
  • acceptable proof of hunting accreditation.

Acceptable proof of hunting accreditation must identify you by name and date of birth and can be one of the following original documents:

  • an Ontario resident or non-resident hunting licence or game seal issued to you after January 1, 1968
  • a resident hunting licence or game seal issued to you by a competent authority in any jurisdiction after January 1, 1968 that permits you to use a gun and is not restricted to bows only (including a printed resident hunting licence from a website)
  • an Ontario Hunter Education Examination Certificate/Report issued to you after January 1, 1968
  • an Ontario Hunting Licence Verification Certificate showing that you were issued an Ontario hunting licence or passed the Hunting Licence Examination
  • a certificate issued after January 1, 1968 by a competent authority in any jurisdiction giving you permission to purchase a hunting licence in that jurisdiction and clearly stating that you may hunt with a gun and are not restricted to bow hunting only. This document can be in the form of a letter, e-mail, verification certificate, Outdoors Card or equivalent.

A copy of any of the documents listed above will be accepted if it is faxed or e-mailed from a law enforcement agency or hunting licence issuing authority. The document must be certified as a “true copy of the original”, dated and identify you by name (or signature) and by date of birth.

 

Ensuring that you have a valid hunting-version Outdoors Card

If you received a temporary Ontario hunting-version Outdoors Card in a previous year and have not yet received a plastic Outdoors Card (similar to a credit card in size), you should contact the Outdoors Card Centre immediately (1-800-387-7011) to determine the reason. For example, your proof of hunting accreditation may not have been provided to the Ontario Outdoors Card Center in order to activate your Outdoors Card number. Until the Center receives that document, the Outdoors Card number is void and cannot be used to purchase licence tags.

For more information on moose hunting in Ontario, refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary, contact the Natural Resources Information Centre (1-800-667-1940 or [email protected]) or contact your tourist outfitter.

For information on Outdoors Cards, call the Outdoors Card Centre at 1-800-387-7011 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time Zone), or refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary.

To renew an expired Outdoors Card online or purchase a moose licence tag online visit ontario.ca/outdoorscard. For the locations of licence issuers in Ontario, refer to this list.

Easy Steps to Enjoy Black Bear Hunting in Ontario »

  1. Select and contact a tourist outfitter licenced to provide bear hunting services.
  2. In advance of arriving for the hunt make sure that:
    • you have purchased a first-time hunting version Outdoors Card (valid for 3 calendar years) or renewed your Outdoors Card, and,
    • you have purchased a bear hunting licence tag.

NOTE: if the outfitter is also a licence issuer, you can purchase and renew your Outdoors Card and purchase a black bear hunting licence tag from your outfitter.

  1. If you are a non-resident, upon your arrival for the hunt your outfitter will provide you with your Non-resident Black Bear Hunting Licence Validation Certificate which forms part of your non-resident hunting licence. You may only hunt in the areas listed on the validation certificate, including private land that your outfitter has the landowner’s permission to use.
  2. Carry all the documents in your possession at all times while hunting:
    • your valid hunting-version Outdoors Card
    • your valid black bear hunting licence tag, and,
    • your Black Bear Hunting Licence Validation Certificate if you are a non-resident hunter
  3. If you are a resident hunter, you must complete and return the mandatory hunter questionnaire you will receive in the mail. If you are a non-resident, you must complete the mandatory hunter report at the bottom of the outfitter’s copy of your validation certificate at the end of the hunt.

Important information on acquiring a hunting-version Outdoors Card and hunting licence

Purchasing your first Outdoors Card

You can obtain a first-time hunting-version Outdoors Card in person at a licence issuer location (non-resident only) or at a ServiceOntario location offering MNR services (residents and non-residents). You must provide the following information:

  • first and last name
  • date of birth
  • mailing and residential address
  • height and eye colour, and
  • acceptable proof of hunting accreditation.

Acceptable proof of hunting accreditation must identify you by name and date of birth, and can be one of the following original documents:

  • an Ontario resident or non-resident hunting licence or game seal issued to you after January 1, 1968
  • a resident hunting licence or game seal issued to you by a competent authority in any jurisdiction after January 1, 1968 that permits you to use a gun and is not restricted to bows only (including a printed resident hunting licence from a website)
  • an Ontario Hunter Education Examination Certificate/Report issued to you after January 1, 1968
  • an Ontario Hunting Licence Verification Certificate showing that you were issued an Ontario hunting licence or passed the Hunting Licence Examination
  • a certificate issued after January 1, 1968 by a competent authority in any jurisdiction giving you permission to purchase a hunting licence in that jurisdiction and clearly stating that you may hunt with a gun and are not restricted to bow hunting only. This document can be in the form of a letter, e-mail, verification certificate, outdoors card or equivalent.

A copy of any of the documents listed above will be accepted if it is faxed or e-mailed from a law enforcement agency or hunting licence issuing authority. The document must be certified as a “true copy of the original”, “dated” and identify you by name (or signature) and by date of birth.

Renewing an expired Outdoors Card and/or purchasing a hunting licence

You can renew an expired hunting-version Outdoors Card and/or purchase a black bear hunting licence tag at a licence issuer, ServiceOntario location offering MNR services or using the self-service Internet option. You must provide the following information:

  • your Outdoors Card number
  • your date of birth, and,
  • your postal code or zip code.

For information on Outdoors Cards, call the Outdoors Card Centre at 1-800-387-7011 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time Zone) or refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary.

Having a person purchase licence documents on your behalf

A person other than the hunter, including a tourist outfitter, may obtain a first-time Outdoors Card, renew an expired Outdoors Card and/or purchase a hunting licence tag on your behalf. This person will require your personal information. If you have never held an Ontario hunting-version Outdoors Card, this person will also require acceptable proof of your hunting accreditation. The person must take all the required information to a licence issuer or ServiceOntario location offering MNR services.

Ensuring that you have a valid hunting-version Outdoors Card

If you received a temporary hunting-version Outdoors Card in a previous year and have not received a plastic Outdoors Card (similar to a credit card in size), you need to contact the Outdoors Card Centre (1 800 387-7011) immediately to determine the reason for not receiving your card. For example, your proof of hunting accreditation may not have been provided to the Ontario Outdoors Card Center in order to activate your Outdoors Card number. Until the Center receives that document, the Outdoors Card number is void and cannot be used to purchase licence tags.

For more information on bear hunting in Ontario, refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary, contact the Natural Resources Information Centre (1-800-667-1940 or [email protected]) or contact your tourist outfitter.

For information on Outdoors Cards, call the Outdoors Card Centre at 1-800-387-7011 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time Zone), or refer to the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary.

To renew an expired Outdoors Card online or purchase a bear licence online visit ontario.ca/outdoorscard. For the locations of licence issuers in Ontario, refer to this list.

Licence requirements for moose and black bear hunters »

Hunters wishing to hunt moose or black bear in Ontario must have a valid hunting Outdoors Card and hunting licence tag before a validation tag or certificate can be issued in their name.

EXCEPTION: A first-time non-resident moose hunter can have a moose validation tag issued in their name by having the outfitter that they will be using supply the required hunter identification information to the outfitter’s ministry office. The hunter must show the outfitter the Temporary Outdoors Card and moose licence tag that the hunter purchased after entering Ontario before the outfitter can provide the hunter with the validation tag issued in his/her name. If the outfitter is also a licence issuer, the hunter can purchase the Outdoor Card and hunting licence tag and receive the validation tag from the outfitter at the same time.

A person other than the hunter, including a tourist outfitter, can renew an Outdoors Card and purchase a moose or black bear hunting licence for a hunting client by providing the following information for the hunter:

  • Outdoors Card number
  • date of birth
  • postal code or zip code.

This person can also obtain the hunter’s Outdoors Card by providing the following information for the hunter in person, at a licence issuer or participating ServiceOntario location:

  • first and last name
  • date of birth
  • mailing and residential address
  • height and eye colour
  • acceptable proof of hunting accreditation.

For more information, please refer to Information for Moose Hunters or Information for Black Bear Hunters.

Instructions for an outfitter applying for a moose validation tag for a hunting client

For clients with an existing hunting-version Outdoors Card

As an outfitter, before you can apply for a moose validation tag for a resident or non-resident hunting client who already has a hunting-version Outdoors Card, the hunter must renew the card (if expired) and purchase a moose hunting licence tag for the year in which they plan to hunt. It is important that the moose hunting licence tag be obtained well in advance of the hunt (suggested minimum six weeks) to allow you the necessary time to apply for the hunter’s moose validation tag. You should contact your ministry office to find out how far in advance of the hunt you must apply for the moose validation tags.

For clients who are first-time non-resident moose hunters

As an outfitter, you may apply for moose validation tags for first-time non-resident moose hunters before they obtain their first hunting-version Outdoors Card and moose hunting licence tag. If your hunting client chooses this option your ministry office will provide you with a moose validation tag issued using an alternative paper-based process (similar to the approach used in 2012). It will be your responsibility to ensure your client purchases a hunting-version Outdoors Card and moose hunting licence tag at a Service Ontario location offering MNR services or at a licence issuer upon arrival in Ontario and before you provide them with the moose validation tag that you obtained in their name.

Receiving moose validation tags

To receive moose validation tags you must sign the annual Moose Validation Tag Agreement and submit a Tourist Outfitter’s Application for Moose Validation Tag(s) (Form 1026) to your ministry office, including the following information for each client:

  • Outdoors Card number (if already obtained)
  • date of birth
  • first and last name
  • mailing address, and,
  • postal code or zip code.

Please submit the applications at least four weeks before the hunt to ensure that the validation tags are ready for pickup in time for opening of the hunt.

Refer to the 2013 Tourist Outfitter Moose Validation Tags factsheet that you received by mail for more details on the two methods for receiving moose validation tags and other appropriate licence documents.

Mandatory Reporting

Assessment of moose harvest data is important for the sustainable management of moose populations. Similar to previous years, at the end of the hunt you must complete and submit a “Mandatory Report Summary” (PDF, 23 kb) for each WMU that you received moose validation tags for your hunting clients. This summary reports moose hunting activity and harvest by each of your hunting clients. Please note that this summary is slightly different from previous years, and you will need to fill in more information to complete it. Completed summaries must be sent to MNR via the OMBTIP administrator by December 31.

Questions regarding the Moose Tourism Industry Program can be directed to the program’s administrator at (807) 737-2615.

Instructions for an outfitter applying for a black bear hunting licence validation certificate for a non-resident client

As an outfitter, before you can apply for a Non-resident Black Bear Hunting Licence Validation Certificate for a hunting client, you must have purchased the annual Licence to Provide Bear Hunting Services to non-residents and paid the required fees. Your licence identifies the areas where you may provide bear hunting services to clients. You must have the landowner’s permission to use private land listed on your licence.

Guide Requirements in Northwestern Ontario

Non-resident moose and deer hunters must be accompanied by one licensed guide for each two hunters in the Territorial District of Rainy River. Wildlife Management Units in the Territorial District of Rainy River are: 9B, 10, 11A and parts of 7B and 12B.

A person acting as a guide for moose, deer or black bear hunters in the Territorial District of Rainy River requires a guide licence. To apply for a licence contact your local ministry office.

Becoming a Licence Issuer

If you wish to become an issuer of hunting and fishing licence tags contact your local ministry office.

Sources:

http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/STDU_129773.html?CSB_ic-name=tourPages&CSB_ic-info=enjoy-hunting_Eng

https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/207/~/regulations-for-importing-meat-%2F-wild-game-products

Guiding Services »

Paul Batiuk Fishing and Hunting Guide Service
1715 Highway 17 W Kenora, Ontario, Canada
Paul Batiuk (807) 547-3391
Email: [email protected]
Bear hunting between Aug 15th- Sep 15th. Also deer, duck and small game.

Bruce & Anthony Griffiths – Wild Game and Fisheries:
Bruce (807) 466-2399
Anthony (807) 407-2042

Shawn Sas Hook n’ Bullet Guide Service:
52 Donbrock Drive, Kenora, Ontario, P9N 0A2
Call for bookings: 807-466-8667 cell or 807-548-2037
Guided hunting trips for whitetail deer, upland game birds and waterfowl.

NWO Whitetail Outfitters
Pat James (807) 468-4263
Email: [email protected]
Whitetail Deer and Wolves.

Wild Game Processing »

Gropps Old Tyme Meats & C.C. Inc.

Dennis Gropp
(meat processing for 30 years)
89 McDonald Road, Kenora ON P9N 0C2
(807) 548-1419

FRESH SAUSAGE CURED SAUSAGE
Italian($45.00/batch) Summer($90.00/batch)
Italian with Cheese($57.00/batch)
(cold smoked)
Mustard Salami($90.00/batch)
Garlic($45.00/batch) Summer Salami($90.00/batch)
Honeygarlic($51.00/batch) Salami($90.00/batch)
Breakfast($45.00/batch) Garlic Ham($90.00/batch)
(Fine Medium or,Chunky)
Christmas($65.00/batch)
(Finished product 30,lbs)
Smokies, B.F. (cheese) ($90.00/batch)
(cheese,extra$)
Wild Rice($65.00/batch)
(finished product 30 lbs)
Hot & Spicy Smokie, B.F.($90.00/batch)
Wild Rice Jalapeno($68.00/batch)
(finished Product,30 lbs)
Pepperettes($90.00/batch)
(mild,medium,hot)
Wild rice burgers($65.00/batch)
(Finished product 30,lbs)
Honey Garlic Pepperettes($96.00/batch)
(mild,medium,hot)
Garlic Onion($51.00/batch) Smoked Loin
Bratwurst($60.00/batch)
Farmer($55.00/batch) Ribs
Honey Jalapeno($51.00/batch)
Roasts (size)
Roasts (size)
Hamburger (lbs/bag),$0.45 & fat Steaks (#package)
Cut & Wrapped & frozen,$0.50/pound,(HST ON CUT & WRAP ONLY ON WHOLE,ANIMALS.)
Fresh and Cured Sausages – wrapped in saran, then butcher paper, then frozen, included in batch prices.
WE REQUIRE 15 POUNDS OF YOUR MEAT TO MAKE A BATCH, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE FARMER SAUSAGE – WE NEED 17 POUNDS
Can accommodate gluten and lactose,intolerant customers.
Spice mixtures created in shop so can be amended to suit your personal palette.
Each customer’s meat is processed separately and labelled.
Cold storage available for the hanging of animals
Skinning and Caping services provided on Deer – cost $50.00

 

GOOD THINGS INC.

EXCEPTIONALLY FINE MEATS
18 Sunnyside Road (807)543-6565
405 First Ave. South (807)467-8777

WILD GAME
Minimum batch of 15 lbs / product – Wild meat of 15lbs + 10lbs pork/beef trim totals 25lbs per batch
Rates are subject to change and charged based on product before smoking
Every customer’s meat is processed individually
FRESH SAUSAGE
Italian Mild — Medium — Hot 1.60lb
Wild Rice — Wild Rice Jalapeno 1.80lb
Regular Breakfast — Maple Breakfast 1.55lb/ 1.60lb
Tomato Basil — Mediterranean 1.60lb
SMOKED MEATS
PEPPERETTES
Mild — Medium — Hot — Extra Hot — Honey Garlic 1.90lb
Cheese — Jalapeno and Cheese 2.05lb
SMOKIES
Regular — Honey Garlic, 1.75lb
Cheese — Jalapeno and Cheese 2.05 lb
KIELBASA 2.99/lb — GARLIC SAUSAGE 2.05/lb
Vacuum Packaging 0.40lb — Freezer Wrap 0.30lb
Pork Fat 0.95lb — Beef Fat 0.95lb