The Countdown to Hunting Season: Your Guide to Hunting Manitoba in November

Plan your next hunting trip in Manitoba!

November is a popluar month when it comes to hunting in Manitoba. The general (rifle) season for our most pursued big game animal, the whitetail deer, begins on November 9th across the province. Late season moose and elk also begin on November 30 for Manitoba residents. With warm weather in the forecast, migratory game bird opportunities are also extended with some excellent waterfowling still to be had across our southern regions. And lets not forget about our admired upland game birds. Ruffies, spruce and sharptail grouse offer great opportunities during the late season and often extend favourable wingshooting options when hunting whitetails.

For more information on Game Hunting Areas, season dates, resident, non-resident & foreign resident hunting licenses or additional information on hunting in Manitoba, please visit the Manitoba Conservation website or refer to the current Manitoba Hunting Guide.

For more information on season dates, game hunting areas, resident, non-resident & foreign resident licenses or additional information on hunting in Manitoba, please visit the Manitoba Conservation website at: http://www.gov.mb.ca/conseWhitetail Deer

November 9 – General (rifle) Whitetail opens for Resident/Non-Resident/Foreign Resident hunters.

Applicable to certain Zones

Moose

November 30 – General (rifle) Moose “non-draw” and “draw” opens for Resident hunters

Applicable to certain GHA’s

Elk

November 30General (rifle) Elk “draw” and “landowner draw” opens for Resident hunters

Applicable to certain GHA’s

Migratory Game Bird

Dark Geese, White Geese and Ducks are open until November 30 in GBHZ 2, 3 and 4 for Resident/Non-Resident/Foreign Resident hunters

Upland Game Bird

Grouse and Hungarian Partridge are open until December 18 in GBHZ 1,2,3 and 4 for Resident/Non-Resident/Foreign Resident hunters

Ptarmigan is open until February 29 in GBHZ 1 and 2 for Resident/Non-Resident/Foreign Resident hunters