Wolf hunters stay in a cozy lodge where they can relax and enjoy the snowy weather. Travel to and from blinds is done by ATV, Argo, or snowmobile, and typically requires less than 150 yards of walking. The hunt is done from heated blinds overlooking frozen lakes. This Wolf specific hunt is set up for rifle hunters who are comfortable shooting out to 200 yards. If you get a Wolf early in the week you can join Mike on his fur harvesting line. 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.
Timber Wolf Package:
2 weeks of 2 guests per week in December. Each guest is allowed 1 Wolf. Rifle is highly recommended. Hunts are from dark to dark in a heated blind.
A Day in The Life:
Sunday Arrival: Upon arrival at camp in the afternoon, either from being picked up in Winnipeg (if you fly) or driving right to the 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 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 Saturday: Early morning breakfast gets you ready for your day in the blind. Soup and sandwich lunches are provided every day for you while you sit (bring a thermos). A radio is supplied and you will have check in times with your guide. You are picked up right from your stand by your guide in the evening. When you harvest a wolf the guides will track and skin it for you. The head and hide are frozen for transportation home. Back at camp a huge, warm, and hearty dinner will be waiting for you. Stories are shared before everyone goes to bed early to reenergize for the next morning.
Sunday Departure: One last big breakfast to fill you up for your trip home. Wolves are boxed for the flight or drive home. Check out is noon.