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Western Region

The southwest corner of the province has several fantastic prairie lakes that are comparable to angling opportunities in more well-known areas. This region is also home to the rolling hills of the Turtle Mountains, which has several trophy trout waters located amongst them.

Signature Species: Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Sunfish, Yellow Perch, Walleye

Coordinates: 
-101.3544,49.0163 -101.5082,50.6843 -100.0854,50.7121 -100.0305,50.7608 -98.7286,50.7469 -98.6407,50.6286 -98.5583,50.4645 -98.5419,50.3840 -98.5968,50.3560 -98.5858,50.2613 -98.4045,50.1769 -98.5172,50.0942 -98.5117,50.0342 -99.1489,50.0395 -99.1447,49.3018 -99.0857,49.2857 -99.0843,49.2319 -99.1805,49.2239 -99.1763,49.0009 -99.8492,49.0000 -100.9657,49.0000 -101.3557,49.0009
Hunting Description: 

Western Region

This Western Region presents unique hunting options among an assortment of distinctive terrains. Expansive farmland, mixed-grass prairie, sprawling bluffs, rolling hills and a plethora of prairie potholes distinguishes this southwest region. A variety of well-known big game and game bird options exist throughout its limits, while the region is also recognized as a renowned waterfowl destination.

Signature Species: Whitetail Deer, Elk, Black Bear, Coyote, Wild Turkey, Ducks, Geese, Sandhill Cranes Grouse, Partridge

Manitoba: The Land of Opportunity for a Waterfowl Hunter

Stretching all the way from the shores of Hudson Bay in the north to the grainfields and wetlands in the south, Manitoba is a province defined by its diverse geography. And for those who pursue waterfowl, it is a landscape that brings an equally wide range of hunting opportunities. If you’ve never considered making the journey to Manitoba to hunt waterfowl, here are a few reasons you might want to plan a trip for next season.

Waterfowl Hunting in Manitoba

Host to a generous variety of migratory game birds,  Manitoba has prevailed as one of the premier waterfowl  destinations in North America. Home to Ducks Unlimited  and their first Canadian wetland restoration project, Manitoba  is recognized for holding some of the very best in prairie nesting  habitat and for possessing an impressive inventory of prime  environments for ducks, geese and Sandhill cranes. 

Big Game Hunting in Manitoba

Diverse species, prime habitats and remote populations,  essential qualities that have all shaped Manitoba’s reputable status as a premier big game destination. Central Canadian barren ground caribou, Canadian moose, elk, whitetail deer, black bear, wolf and coyote inhabit the limits of our various terrains and present  an array of sought-after hunting experiences, with many unique  to the heart of Canada.

Early Ice Fishing Safety Tips

The countdown is on! As temperatures dip below the freezing mark, it won't be long before less sizeable heavily sheltered lakes become covered in ice, initiating the beginning of another hard-water season. Many anglers relish the mild weather and aggressive bites that go hand-in-hand with the transition period commonly referred to as first-ice...

Top 5 Reasons to Ice Fish in Manitoba

Manitoba welcomes you to our hard water world. Come see why thousands of ice fishing fanatics descend on our province every winter to drop a line. There are many reasons to visit but we have narrowed it down to the Top 5. Hopefully this list helps to convince you to choose Manitoba for your next ice fishing adventure.

Trophy Rock Bass Fishing - Manitoba Master Angler Minute

Al MacCarthy's Guiding and Outfitting

We are a family owned and operated outfitting business that has been guiding hunters for over 20 years. Our bear hunts are conducted along the Northeast Side of Riding Mountain National Park, where the mountains meet the agricultural fields. This area of Manitoba is widely known for its Trophy Quality and High Percentage of Color Phase Bears. Our Deer hunts are conducted in GHA 19B which is also known for producing top quality bucks.

Location

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R0L 1S0 Ste Rose Du Lac, MB
Canada

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