Manitoba Whitetail Hunt 10159
Manitoba whitetail hunts like this are hard to come by. The Interlake region of Manitoba has a strong history of producing good whitetails but what’s more notable is the appeal of shooting bucks with great mass and dark antlers. What this hunt provides is the notion of hunting the big woods without seeing blaze orange on every corner–nor hearing dogs barking, cars driving down a road, or the local town whistle–and still having the option to take a big old buck that tends to be uneducated because he has rarely seen human pressure. Some hunters love this remote experience and the personal feeling that comes from the small number of hunters in these remote camps. Hunting is done from treestands, strategically placed on funnels where two swamps pinch a ridge down to a squeeze point. These funnels produce time and time again. This outfitter has a 75-80% average success with bucks having an average score of 130. Maybe that doesn’t sound too good to be true, well this guys is straight up honest, no sugar coating. There are 160 class bucks taken too. Clients come back so often that some hunts have the same group every year. Some hunters have returned for nearly two decades now.