Manitoba NW Hunting & Fishing Resort
This is one of the newest Fly-In Lodges in Northern Manitoba. Newly finished in 2009, it is located in the most spectacular "fly-in fishing" and "pristine wilderness" anywhere in Canada! This is the first lodge ever built on this lake. The lodge has 6 bedrooms with 12 beds, two complete bathrooms equipped with hot showers and flush toilets. Spacious eating and dining area with electric freezer, refrigerator, propane stove, hot water heater & barbecue. There are three lounging decks offering spectacular views of the sunrises and sunsets and of course the "Northern Lights". Along with this lodge is a hunting concession that encompasses over 3,000sq. miles including 5 other outpost cabins covering over 25 lakes. This includes the grand slam of Canadian Fishing: Northern Pike, Walleye, Lake Trout & Arctic Grayling.
Hunting (Moose, Bear & Wolves)
Guests of the lodge can experience "World Class" Big Game Hunting for Black Bear and Bull Moose in Northern Manitoba. The guests can hunt one of the newest areas allocated in Northern Manitoba for nonresident black bear.
The lodge offers some of the largest moose that Canada has to offer. They can weigh as much as 1,600 pounds and have antlers that reach 65 inches in width, with the average being 50 inches. The lodge has exclusive outfitting rights for an over 5,000 square mile allocated area located 30-70 miles NW of small town in NW Manitoba.
There are limited number of Moose hunters accepted each fall. This is the only outfitter allowed to take moose hunters into this area and it is strictly fly-in with no road access. Guests will not see other hunters and will have a particular area all to themselves. Guests of the lodge hunt by both boat and canoe on lakes and rivers.
Most of the hunting is by boat on lakes and rivers. Shots are taken from 10- 50 yards depending upon if you are shooting with bow or gun. The lodge also accommodates the physically challenged or elderly hunter. Guests hunt with rifle, bow, cross bow or black powder. Timber Wolves may also be taken on the bear or moose tags.
In addition to the hunt for bear or moose, the week-long hunting trip also includes unlimited quality fishing. A majority of the moose and bear hunts take place on the same lakes where the fishing camps are operated.
Each of the six lakes provides exceptional fishing for Trophy Pike and Walleye. In addition, Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling are available at some lakes. The lakes are designated as "High Quality" fisheries by the province of Manitoba and are located in the heart of unspoiled wilderness in NW Manitoba and are only reachable by float plane.
The lakes are located in the heart of unspoiled wilderness and are only reachable by float plane, ensuring the lodge guests a private fishing experience.
The lodge operates the only camps on these lakes. All the outpost camps can accommodate up to 8 people and are fully equipped with hot showers, running water, propane lights, heat, range, barbecue grill, fish fryers, refrigerator, deep freeze, cooking utensils, boats, motors, mixed gas, life preservers and satellite phones for communication.
These lakes offer the lodge guests and any non-hunting members a world class Canadian fishing experience for walleye, trophy northern pike, and lake trout. This lake is a High Quality Management fishery with a "catch & release" policy on Northern Pike, Walleye, & Arctic Grayling. These are strictly "fly-in" lakes. All the lakes provide exceptional fishing for Trophy Pike and Walleye in addition to Lake Trout and Arctic Grayling at some lakes.
Due to the remote location and the short season, the lakes only average between 24 to 40 fishermen a year. As a result, the fishing is as good as it has ever been, and the guests have a legitimate opportunity to catch many Manitoba Master Angler Pike (41 inches or larger) on each trip.
The Fly-In Outpost Camps are located on Manitoba High Quality Lakes within a 70 mile radius of a small town in NW Manitoba. Situated approx 650 driving miles north of Winnipeg Manitoba. It is located on a body of water which has two portage lakes, one of which offers Arctic Grayling in the outlet river.
The lodges exclusive, 5,000 square mile area is located in NW Manitoba. This new area has many trophy size black bears in the 200 - 500 lb. range. A chance for a Pope & Young and Boone & Crockett bear is a good possibility. The bears in this area have received very little pressure because of the vast remoteness of the area. Approximately 30% of the bears in our area are of a different color phase such as blondes, cinnamons and chocolate browns.