Manitoba has many opportunities for game bird and big game hunting. Including hunting for black bear, moose, caribou, gray wolf, coyote, whitetail deer and birds. Bird hunting includes ducks, Canada geese, snow geese, grouse, wild turkey & partridge. Most outfitters operate from wilderness lodges and wilderness camps located throughout the province. Outfitters, in many cases, provide the accommodation, meals, transportation and expertise.
The lodges and camps provide the know how and comfort of hunting in the wilds of Manitoba, Canada. Some lodges are easily accessible by vehicle while others are fly-in, boat-in or hike-in wilderness lodges and camps. There are many thousands of hectares of land permitting hunting in Manitoba, Canada including some provincial parks and forests, wildlife management areas (WMAs), protected wetlands and Crown lands.
There are many areas in the province which have a hunting season. Some of the areas which are the most popular for hunting waterfowl in Manitoba, Canada include Saskeram, Delta Marsh and Whitewater Lake wildlife management areas (WMAs). When it comes to hunting big game - the interlake region in Manitoba is a popular destination for hunting bear, moose and deer.
There are other hunting destinations in the province too like Brandon Hills located south of Brandon, Manitoba which enjoys hunting in the fall months.
Along the eastern edges of Manitoba are three large wilderness nature parks which are popular for outfitters - the Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park, Nopiming Provincial Park and the Whiteshell Provincial Park. These parks are rugged and have limited access. There are floatplane and bush plane fly-in hunting lodges, resorts and outfitter camps located throughout the region.