Venku | 7-Day Manitoba Bull Moose Hunt

7-Day Manitoba Bull Moose Hunt

Long Prairie, Manitoba, OTHER

Accommodates
1 to 2
Pet-Friendly
Kid-Friendly
Handicapped Accessible

Your Experience

MANITOBA TROPHY BULL MOOSE HUNTING


We have 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. We have the exclusive outfitting rights for our own 5,000 square mile allocated area located 30-70 miles NW of Lynn Lake, Manitoba. We take a limited number of Moose hunters each fall. We are allocated 15 (bull only) tags by the Government of Manitoba for our exclusive area. We are the only outfitter allowed to take moose hunters in this area and it is strictly fly-in with no road access. There is no mining or logging in this area so you will not see other hunters or people and will have a particular area with your guide all to yourself.


This is a one guide/hunter ratio hunt. We hunt by both boat and canoe on lakes and rivers. We call for Trophy bulls and also spot and stalk. Timber wolves may be taken on your bear or moose tag. You may hunt with rifle, bow, crossbow or black powder, but no handguns are allowed in Canada. We have satellite phones in every camp for emergency or to request to move to another camp.


** To optimize your success, you have the option to move to another camp and location after 3 days based upon our discretion. The cost for this is based on cost of float plane fees. Our success rate has averaged over 75% the past 5 yrs.


7 Day Package Includes:

  • 7 days of guided hunting
  • Government licensed guides
  • 8 different remote fly-in lakes to choose from.
  • Professional skinning and care of you trophy and meat
  • Home cooked meals
  • Propane heated cabins, stove/oven and barbecue grill
  • Small Generator for lights, refrigerator and freezer
  • Battery & converter for sleep apnea machines upon request
  • Hot and cold running water/ shower facility
  • Excellent fishing at you leisure
  • Satellite phone communication
  • 2 and 4 hunter only camps


Base Price is for 2x1 guided hunt, per person. 1x1 guiding available for additional fee.


What's Included

Expert Local Guide

Remote Fly-in Lake Options

Skinning and Care for Trophy and Meat

Home Cooked Meals

Heated Cabins w/Cook Stove/oven and Barbeque grill

Satellite Phone

Battery & Converter for Sleep Apnea Machines

Hot & Cold Running Water / Showers

Excellent fishing at you leisure

Your Host

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Russ and Lori have owned and operated this outfitting and out post camp servie creating your "Bucket List" for hunting and fishing for over 32 years

Member since July 2021

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Russ and Lori have owned and operated this outfitting and out post camp servie creating your "Bucket List" for hunting and fishing for over 32 years

Long Prairie, Manitoba, OTHER

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Trip is run by local, vetted guides

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Rules & Guidelines

WHAT TO BRING – RECOMMENDED GEAR

Moose hunts are held in mid-September till early October. September weather in northern Manitoba is similar to late October and early November weather in the upper Midwest, with periods of cool/cold, unsettled weather followed by beautiful fall like days. Snow is a possibility in Northern Manitoba while moose hunting.

The weather in Northern Manitoba can vary greatly on a weekly and even daily basis. It is a good idea to pack for a wide range of weather conditions regardless of the timing of your trip. The following information should serve as a guide for what you will need to bring on your trip:


MOOSE HUNTING:

  • Warm sleeping bag and pillow
  • Orange coat or vest and hat, are required by Manitoba
  • Warm insulated knee high rubber boots
  • Fishing gear and tackle for walleye & pike
  • Rain gear and cold weather waterproof clothes (goretex or similar)
  • 8 – 16 gallon rubber made totes with covers for boned out meat to freeze in.
  • Weapon of choice and ammunition (no handguns)
  • Small backpack for possibles, cigarette lighter, snacks.
  • Hard & soft gun case.
  • Knife and flashlight for around camp.
  • Camera and maybe video camera.
  • Binoculars & range finder.
  • Shooting Sticks
  • Bath and hand towel.
  • Soda and snacks.
  • You may bring beer and liquor, but may not be shared with the guides.


Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.


Check In:

08:00 PM

Check Out:

04:00 PM

WHAT TO BRING – RECOMMENDED GEAR

Moose hunts are held in mid-September till early October. September weather in northern Manitoba is similar to late October and early November weather in the upper Midwest, with periods of cool/cold, unsettled weather followed by beautiful fall like days. Snow is a possibility in Northern Manitoba while moose hunting.

The weather in Northern Manitoba can vary greatly on a weekly and even daily basis. It is a good idea to pack for a wide range of weather conditions regardless of the timing of your trip. The following information should serve as a guide for what you will need to bring on your trip:


MOOSE HUNTING:

  • Warm sleeping bag and pillow
  • Orange coat or vest and hat, are required by Manitoba
  • Warm insulated knee high rubber boots
  • Fishing gear and tackle for walleye & pike
  • Rain gear and cold weather waterproof clothes (goretex or similar)
  • 8 – 16 gallon rubber made totes with covers for boned out meat to freeze in.
  • Weapon of choice and ammunition (no handguns)
  • Small backpack for possibles, cigarette lighter, snacks.
  • Hard & soft gun case.
  • Knife and flashlight for around camp.
  • Camera and maybe video camera.
  • Binoculars & range finder.
  • Shooting Sticks
  • Bath and hand towel.
  • Soda and snacks.
  • You may bring beer and liquor, but may not be shared with the guides.


Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.


Check In:

08:00 PM

Check Out:

04:00 PM

Additional Costs

  • Moose License

    $544.50

    Each

  • 1x1 Guided

    $550.00

    Per Person

  • Non-Hunter

    $3,294.50

    Per Person

Non-refundable Deposit

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.

What to Bring

  • Warm sleeping bag and pillow
  • Orange coat or vest and hat are required
  • Warm insulated knee high rubber boots
  • Fishing gear and tackle for walleye & pike
  • Rain gear and cold weather waterproof clothes
  • 8–16g rubbermade totes w/covers for transport meat
  • Weapon of choice and ammunition (no handguns)
  • Small backpack, cigarette lighter, snacks.
  • Hard & soft gun case.
  • Knife and flashlight for around camp.
  • Camera and maybe video camera.
  • Binoculars & range finder.
  • Shooting Sticks
  • Bath and hand towel.
  • Soda and snacks.
  • You may bring beer and liquor

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