Massive Black Bear to Hunt
Bear hunters stay in fully furnished lodges next to beautiful lakes where you are mere steps from fishing. Travel to and from stands is done by ATV, truck, boat, or canoe, and typically requires less than 150 yards of walking. 80% of our tree stands are "Single-Man" ladder stands with the remaining 20% of our stands being "Lock-On" style. Blinds are available upon request. All of sites provide a 20 yard or less broad side shot, perfect for any archery hunter! PLEASE NOTE that all dietary and physical limitations need to be discussed with us prior to your arrival to ensure we can accommodate all your needs.
Spring Black Bear + Fishing Package:
3 weeks of 6 guests per week in May. Any weapon (no spear or pistol). Each guest is allowed 1 Black Bear. You will be fishing in the morning (or lounging around the cabins) and bear hunting in the afternoon/evening. Package includes a bonus day trip to Crow Duck Lake Camp, a remote fishing lodge.
Fall Black Bear + Timber Wolf + Fishing Package:
2 weeks of 4 guests per week in September. Any weapon (no spear or pistol). Each guest is allowed 1 Black Bear and 1 Wolf. You will be fishing in the morning (or lounging around the cabins) and hunting in the afternoon/evening. Package includes a day trip to Crow Duck Lake Camp, a remote fishing lodge.
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A Day in The Life:
Sunday Arrival: Upon arrival at camp in the afternoon, either from being picked up in Winnipeg or driving right to camp yourself, you will be greeted by Mike and his guides. That evening you get to share stories with the other hunters as the guides prepare dinner. After dinner hunting tags and fishing licenses are filled out so you are ready to go in the morning. Depending on your group you may share a room with a fellow guest.
Monday to Thursday and Saturday: A hearty breakfast bulks you up for a morning of fishing the lake outside the cabin. The guides will take you out to their favorite spots where you can catch Walleye, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, and much more. You return to camp around noon for lunch before you get ready to go to the stand. By mid to late afternoon your guide takes you to your stand. A radio is provided and check-in times are arranged with your guide. Your guide will come to your stand to pick you up after dark (to hide our movement). Upon harvesting a bear or wolf the guides will find and clean the bear/wolf for you. Once back at camp the bear/wolf is bagged and frozen. Dinner is often late but it is always hot and filling, however we also supply snacks for in the stand.
Friday: You have a quick breakfast in the morning then jump into the truck for a 30 minute drive to Big Whiteshell Lake. Here we catch the boat to Crow Duck Lake Camp. Once across the lake you are picked up by safari trucks that portage everyone and the gear across to Crow Duck Lake. The owner Bill and his staff have the boats running and ready to go for the day. We keep enough Walleye for a fish fry over a fire at the edge of the lake. For everyone who has harvested by Friday they get to stay out on the lake catching Walleye and Small Mouth Bass all day. If anyone hasn't had the right Bear walk by yet they leave after lunch for their afternoon hunt.
Sunday Departure: One last big breakfast to fill you up for your trip home. Bears/wolves are boxed for the flight or drive home. Check out is noon. If you fly a guide will drive you back to Winnipeg.