Bear Hunting Prices
Species- Black Bear (66% Color Phase)
Note- 5 B&C bears killed in 2017, 2 confirmed All time record book qualifiers! Many more P&Y. Big Bears are normal for us, but apparently this many in one year is a big deal comparing other places.
Season: Spring & Fall -Archery, Muzzle loader, Rifle
Opening dates for Bear season change each year, please contact us for exact opening dates, which will always start on Monday.
Spring-April 30- Middle of June- Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
Fall-Beginning of Sept - End of Oct- Resident, Non-Resident, Foreign Resident
Trying to decide which season to hunt? Click here-What is the difference between Spring and Fall Bear hunting?
Arrive on Sunday/Depart following Saturday
Hunts are 6 nights stay, 5 days hunting!
2019 Price US Funds= $3400.00 /hunter
2020 Price US Funds= $3600.00 /hunter
Unlike many outfits, you don't need to cook, eat at the "greasy spoon" or stay in a motel.
Our price includes magnificent meals and accommodations provided right here at our Lodge!
Also included in price!-Like to catch Fish before or after your bear hunt? Yes CATCH fish, Walleye and Pike are abundant here and you can even catch them right off the dock 50 steps from the lodge. Enjoy a delicious shore lunch of fried walleye during the week, and take a limit home too! (Common species= Walleye, Pike, Drum, Small mouth, Bullhead, Perch)
One of the many important factors, on any outfitted hunt is our amazing staff! We employ only the best in the business to ensure your trip is the finest. I can't stress how important great staff is for providing 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 hunt.
And you will be happy to know there are NO black flies, no-seeum's or any other biting flies, only mosquitoes and thermacells work great on them! Scroll down to see the list of inclusions and things to bring.
We should have a conversation to cover all the great details. 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
We would be happy to explain all about it anytime, Contact Us
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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 freezing
· Professional Outdoorsmen (Guiding and Lodging Outfitter)
. Tips and info to share with you from our many years of experience
Hunting License (Big Game hunts add $100 non resident Government Allocation fee)
Soft drinks, snacks, etc
Taxidermy nor shipping of trophy or meat
Personal hunting equipment
Pre/post hunt accommodations and travel
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.
Camouflage or hunter green clothing.
Blaze orange hat/togue and vest for the fall hunt.
Thermacell or Mosquito repellent and/or Mosquito netting jacket, head gear, etc. (no black flies here! Just mosquitoes)
Safety harness and lanyard
Firearm and ammunition
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)
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
Optional- Any old unwashed T-shirt of yours that you don't mind giving to the "bears".
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 assured we will search as hard as physically possible with available sign to track the animal. It is best if you make a perfect shot so practice lots before your hunt. Give us a call to discuss particulars.
This is how we like to find our bait barrels!
See the 2 newest members of the Riverside Lodge hunting dog crew!
Terrible when it is one of our's but these people give us all a bad name.-Internationals investigation seizure of bear hides $37000 fines !
My First bear was a bear of a lifetime, and it only took 2 days!!!!
Legendary Larry Weishuhn hunted bear with us this spring!