Black Bear Hunt in Manitoba
Manitoba Black Bear hunting has proven to be some of the best bear hunting in North America. Our Black bear hunting in Manitoba takes place on the fringe of Riding Mountain National Park, a fantastic national park that holds great game. The surrounding area of the Riding Mountain National park is packed with agricultural fields including oat fields which are a main food supply for these bears. This is why this area produces some of the biggest Black Bears in Manitoba and unique color phases. We have even harvested a "white bear" at our camp. Our typical day of bear hunting starts with sleeping in, followed by a hot breakfast. After breakfast you can spend the afternoon fishing for walleye or northern pike while we check and refill bait sites. This is also a good time to be with your guide to check out sites and possibly catch a bear on site. Following that we will prepare a packed lunch and take you to your active site for the evening hunt. We provide each hunter with a radio for communication with your guide. Following your evening hunt we will gather for a late dinner, you will gain weight with this cooking.
Guide/PH: Terry and Travis Ledoux
Location: Nearest town McCreary, Manitoba
Dates:Spring Bear hunts-April 26th-June20th
Fall bear hunts-August 30th-October10th
Whats included: 6 full days of hunting, 2:1 guided hunt, accomadations, all meals, transportation during the hunt and all trophy prep in the field.
Not included: Tags ($317 for Non-residents)5% GST tax, any before hunt cost, Taxidermy.