Winter Activities In Manitoba, Canada
Here at the Lodge in the winter, can be a lot of fun. We ice fish for Walleye, Pike and Perch. Perch are very abundant and 2 people can catch 150- 200 in an afternoon. We fish mostly the big lake and smaller lakes.
We also go on snowmobile trips and either go and stay at a cabin 60 miles north of here at the top of Lake Winnipegosis, or ride the trails from the Lodge. It is really excellent riding and you won't see any roads or houses. It is a real wilderness we have here and we always treat it with respect. Although most of the trails are marked and we have maps, it is still very easy to get lost out there. We prefer to leave the trails as is and keep the number of riders to a minimum. We love it out there and we want it to stay naturally beautiful.
We provide guided snowmobile tour pkgs. only, with accommodations. Our cabins are winterized and we have a log gazebo with a wood stove, couches and Satellite TV for your enjoyment. There are hundreds of miles of trails and rest stops along the way.
Rekindle with the past. Maybe you would like to go on a real wilderness trapline and see how it is done? Or travel along with winter ice fisherman and learn how nets are strung out under the ice to catch fish? We can arrange a trip for you or your family to participate in some our oldest historical traditions of harvest.
There is also some great scenery for snowshoeing and x-country skiing. We have all sorts of North American wildlife. From birds to beasts, you never know what you could see. All of those critters leave behind footprints and you can easily see them in the snow. Come and see a real Manitoba Wilderness in action.
To inquire about our winter activities, give us a call 866.214.8404 or send us an email.
News & Events
Have details such as skull size, antler size, photos of your birds .
12/17/16There are several differences in the two hunting seasons
11/25/16rutting bucks chasing the hot does out of their beds
08/29/16Migratory Game Bird Permits available online here https://www.permis-permits.ec.gc.ca/en/
04/05/16Colorful spring mallards