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M06148 offers fly-in only angling and non-resident bear hunts. The company has been established for over 10 years and has successfully provided the angler and hunter with excellent adventures and memories. M06148 maintains 3 light housekeeping camps on the east side of lake Winnipeg in Manitba, Canada. The camps provide comfortable accommodation with solar and propane powered appliances and hot and cold running water with showers. They will accommodate up to 8 anglers or hunters.
The pristine area of Canadian Shield and mature stands of conifer and deciduous forest is home to multiple species of big game and the waters around them are home to BIG fish and plenty of them. The land area drops 200 feet from the Ontario border to the shores of Lake Winnipeg, about 2 feet per mile! This relates to large flooded lake areas and numerous rapids and waterfalls, excellent "chow down "areas for hungry Northern and tasty Walleye. The river and lake system insures that you will never be wind bound and waste a day, you will always be able to find a spot to tuck in out of the elements, plus, current fish are not "shut down" by cold fronts. The avid angler will experience lazy bays and hidden weedy ambush spopts where you can toss top water baits and flowing, bubbling, fast water areas just right for a jig and a minnow! Can you hear the Walleye bubbling in the frying pan? Guides are not necessary but can be arranged.
Hunting- Non-resident black bear hunts are offered in the spring and the fall. The fly-in aspect of the hunt makes the experience very exclusive to the hunter. There are no roads here and there will be no interruptions to your private hunt. The inaccessibility relates to safe hunt as well. The area boasts a large population of Moose and is also a breeding area for the Woodland Caribou making this EXCELLENT Black Bear country! The abundance of natural forage related to a healthy Black bear population. Large bears and color phase bears are certainly a potential here.