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Manitoba Fly-In Hunting Resort

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Mini Lodges

Experience Manitoba's most exclusive Caribou hunting destinations at the resort's mini lodges, located in Manitoba's barren land, 140 miles Northwest of Churchill near the Nunavut border. The tundra lodges are situated amongst the Central Barren Ground Caribou's migration route with herd numbers approaching half a million animals. The Lodge Caribou hunts are sure to be one of the guest's most memorable big game adventures, as the lodge enjoys a 100% success rate year after year and boasts many Boone and Crocket and Pope and Young animals.

The lodge offers a two Caribou limit and opportunities to hunt Ptarmigan; fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling is also available at each lodge location.

Exclusive Adventure - walk softly, leave no footprints. With no more than 16 guests at a lodge and 10 at a mini-lodge at one time and no more than 60 a year at any location, the guests of the lodge are truly one of few to experience this spectacular retreat which will still be here for their grandkids to discover.

 

     
Lodge Exterior   Cabins
     

Hunting

These lodges are situated on one of the main North American flyways in the midst of staging and feeding grounds, the Lodge guests have the thrill of being the first to hunt these southbound birds. In this "hunter's paradise" the opportunity is yours to limit out with a full selection. The lodge offers a spectacular retreat near the top of the world.

This is one of Manitoba's most exclusive wingshooting destination. Located just north of Churchill on the Hudson Bay Coast, this Lodge offers a unique waterfowling adventure and is situated among North America's main fly way and staging and feeding grounds. Fall goose and duck hunting - waterfowling in a wild land! Imagine a crisp morning out on the vast tundra and tidal flats, near the tree-line's edge. The brisk northern breeze rustles the willows and the tundra is ablaze with fall colors. Overhead the geese are arriving in waves. 4 species - Canada's, Snows, Blues and Ross'. They are so near, and so plentiful that you can hear the simultaneous flapping of their powerful wings between their wild honking.

     
Polar Bear   Wolf
     

Spring Goose Hunting- Snows at the Source

The new white-goose-only season was created to address a population explosion; now the guests have the opportunity to do their part for conservation. Nearly half of North America's snow geese are produced in the Hudson Bay lowlands, a northern frontier, making it one of the continent's most important waterfowl breeding areas. They come in white waves of hundreds and thousands, heading to their nesting grounds near the hunting lodge. An experience of a lifetime awaits the guests of these lodges.

     
Dining Room   Dining Room
     

Caribou

Experience Manitoba's most exclusive Caribou hunting destinations at these Lakes, located in Manitoba's barren land, 140 miles Northwest of Churchill near the Nunavut border. The lodge offers a two Caribou limit and opportunities to hunt Ptarmigan; fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling is also available at each lodge location.

This is truly unparalleled Caribou hunting, another "hunter's paradise". Caribou hunting in northern Manitoba, Canada is the big game hunting experience of a lifetime. The lodge boasts a 100% success rate year after year resulting in many Boone and Crocket and Pope and Young animals.

Situated on Manitoba's wild barren land on the boreal forest's edge, the mini-lodges at these lakes are located in the Central Barren Ground Caribou's migration route. A remote paradise, this unexplored territory is rich with trophy caribou and waterfowl - in fact at times, the tundra will appear to be rolling.

Hunting the mighty Boo out of one of the tundra lodges is sure to be one of the most memorable big game adventures as the lodge has enjoyed a 100% success rate, year after year.



     
Lodge Interior   TeePee
     

With the Central Barren Ground herd's numbers approaching half a million and the lodges proximity to the migrating masses, there has to be a trophy bull with the guests name on it. The caribou's high, sweeping multi-tined racks are much sought after, beautiful wall mounts.

The lodge offers a two Caribou limit and opportunities to hunt Ptarmigan; fishing for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling is also available at each lodge location. This is truly unparalleled Caribou hunting, another "hunter's paradise".

     
Turtle Truck   Plane
     
* The present owners have 30 years of experience offering fishing, hunting and wildlife adventures in the area. This family is extremely proud of all they have accomplished and so they should be, with great attention to detail, exceptional service, quality adventures and accommodations in the Canadian wilderness. They must be doing something right as their return guest ratio is second to none. For this family excellence is not a business strategy; it's a family tradition.
     

For further information on this lodge please contact Richard Mitchell at 204-256-5796. 

     

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