Manitoba Whitetail Deer Hunt
of hunting with us?
We have access to over 100,000 acres of
land; we lease farmland and we also hunt
government land which is allocated to us to
Hunting pressure here is low, food source is
great, and good habitat is evident. Trophy
deer hunting is dependent upon adult age,
great food and prime genetics. Here in
Manitoba we have all this. Letís talk about
hunting pressure. Manitoba covers an area
about equal to Michigan & Wisconsin
combined or Pennsylvania & New Jersey
combined yet only about 1000 non-resident
deer hunting licenses are sold. As you can
see hunting pressure is almost non-existent.
Our land is vast, with high quality grain
farms producing oats, canola, wheat &
barley surrounded by dense forest land. Our
roadways are also few & far between
which limits access & limits deer kill.
All these factors are what allows our deer
to become old, reproduce and become big. Our
hunting success is based on experience, hard
work, and focused attention on our hunters.
We take very limited numbers of hunters and
utilize the archery, muzzleloader and rifle
season. Archery season starts early in the
Fall but for your best opportunity we take
hunters mid to the end of October.
This puts us closer to the rut and the
weather is still manageable.
Muzzleloader season starts mid-October and
goes into the first week of November, which
leads into 3 weeks of rifle season. Our peak
rut falls during the rifle season.
During archery we utilize open tree stands
like lone wolf climbers and lock ons. During
muzzleloader and rifle season we use an
assortment of ground blinds and tree stands
which are heated with variations of propane
heaters. To maximize your hunting
opportunity we encourage you to stay out all
day in the stand. Which brings the cold
To hunt all day here in Manitoba in
November, you must plan for a cold weather
Typical schedule is breakfast between
4:30-5:30 a.m., in the stands by 6:30a.m.,
bag lunch & snacks, back to the camp for
supper at 6:30p.m.