Our Manitoba Whitetail Hunt
The Duck mountains are located in the west central part
of Manitoba, along the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border.
This is home to some of the largest whitetails in North
America. Hunting is done from a large platform
tree stand with walls or will take place from a ground
blind. Shots can be up to 300 yards with the
average being approximately 200 yards. The
opportunity to harvest a trophy whitetail is 80-85%.
The average whitetail you may harvest is in the
135-145in. class. Hunters may take one timberwolf
at no extra cost. Bow, Muzzleloader or Rifle hunts
are available during the whitetail hunting season.
We start with archery and muzzle loading hunts on the
first Monday of November. The second Monday kicks
off our three week Rifle season All hunts are six
days running from Monday thru Saturday, with Sunday set
aside for travel. Extra days can be added on for
an additional fee.
Rifle, Muzzle Loader, or Archery Whitetail