Whitetail Hunting Prices
Species- Whitetail Deer
Season: Fall Archery, Muzzle loader, Rifle
Our opening dates for Deer Season change from year to year, please contact me for exact opening dates which will always fall on a Monday. Below are time frames only:
Archery-Middle of Sept to Middle of Nov- Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
Youth Muzzle Loader-1st two of weeks Nov- Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
Muzzle Loader-First 2 weeks of Nov- Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
General Rifle-Last 2 weeks of Nov -Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
Arrive on Sunday/Depart following Saturday
Hunts are 6 nights stay, 5 days hunting!
Price US funds= $2600.00/hunter
We provide such a great trip for our guests and one of the many important factors, on any outfitted hunt is our amazing staff! We employ only the best and reward them well for their service to you and us. I can't stress how important great staff is for ensuring a great experience. Seasoned traveling hunters will back that claim from their past experiences with various Lodges and Outfitter's employees, some great and some not so great. That is where your success starts on your trip, leaving the work to us, you just enjoy the hunting!
If a hunt with us is not what you are looking for? Then you want to find out before your compare because it may just be exactly what you are looking for. We should have a conversation to fully understand each other before you decide. There is more to explain than we can write about here.
We also have a list of references we encourage you to call and ask all about us. Here are a few excerpts from the growing list Testimonials
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Included in all the guided hunts
. All applicable taxes
· Clean, warm private accommodations
· All bedding, towels, etc
· Daily housekeeping
· 3 hearty mouthwatering meals/day
· Assortment of major hunting equipment
· 1 expert guide per 2-3 hunters
· Friendly personal service and use of all facilities
· Big game trophy handling and meat packaging/freezing.
· Professional Outdoorsmen (Guiding and Lodging Outfitter)
Hunting License (Big Game hunts add $100 non resident Government Allocation fee) Please note that Federal Migratory game Bird Permits are now only available from Large Sproting goods stores and Online.
Soft drinks, snacks, etc
Taxidermy nor shipping of trophy or meat
Personal hunting equipment
Pre/post hunt accommodations and travel
Bird cleaning (local cleaners available or DIY with staff assisted breasting in cleaning shack)
Deposits required to book your hunt:
$500.00 per hunter to reserve a spot years in advance.
$500.00 (total of $1000) deposit balance due January 01,yr of hunt.
Balance of hunt price due 60 days before arrival.
*All deposits and final payments are non-refundable.
Payment made out to:
PO Box 358
Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada
Below is a list of things to bring
For all of our hunts we want to remind hunters to bring any medications, puffers, Eppipen or allergy medication if you are allergic to bee stings, etc. We are a fair distance from any emergency services and while hunting the response time is even greater. There are no air-ambulances locally.
Deer Hunting (Season aplicable)
Blaze orange hat/togue and vest for the fall Gun hunts.
Thermacell or Mosquito repellant and/or Mosquito netting jacket, head gear, etc. (no black flies here! Just mosquitoes)
Safety harness and lanyard
Firearm and ammunition or other lawful weapon.
Waterproof walking boots
Knee high rubber boots
Light footwear for around camp/lodge
Headwear - light
Headwear - insulated
Gloves - light
Gloves or Mitts - insulated
Insulated pants or jumpsuit or long underwear
Personal effects, such as medication, toiletries, alcohol and tobacco
Cooler (if you wish to take meat/trophy home)
Rubber tips and tape for packaging Antlers if flying home
Passport is now required
Hunter safety Certification
Border crossing forms pre filled.( firearms declaration form 1-800-731-4000),info @ Canada customs 1-800-461-9999
Travel arrangements made and confirmed
Winter season requires very warm clothes and footwear. Talk with us.
The weather is usually very pleasant in May, June, September and October but some mornings can be quite cold. Temps range from 75 F to 40 F.
It may snow in October but more likely in November and December. One should be prepared for winter weather after approximately November 1st when temperatures can be 10 F and colder. It is not uncommon to have some snowfall in May either, so be prepared.
Hunting in winter conditions can be very pleasant so long as one is properly dressed, and has the necessary equipment.
Hunters please note:
All hunters are required to sight in their rifles at our range on day of arrival. Allow for arrival in daylight and extra ammunition accordingly.
All Hunters - Hunter safety Certification is required to purchase a hunting license in Manitoba.
Wounded policy- If the animal is hit but not recovered, the hunt is considered complete and the hunt is over. Rest assurred we will search as hard as physically possible with available sign to track the animal. It is best of you make a perfect shot so practice lots before your hunt.
Who is ready for fall 2017?
The best cover scent I have learned to use is free and is found in nature.
11/29/16large bodied deer
10/29/16No snow for Halloween
02/11/16Excellent story! And what a buck!