Manitoba bear hunting canada and Manitoba Fly in Fishing Outposts and Camps are offered at Lynn Lake Fly In Outpost Camps. Call now at 320-732-6843.\n
MANITOBAS’S BUCKET LIST –LYNN LAKE FLY – IN OUTPOSTS CAMPS
Hunt in one of the newest areas allocated in Northern Manitoba for non-resident black bear hunters. All our hunts are fly-in by float plane to our hunting area allocated by the Manitoba Government. There are no roads, mining or logging in our hunting and fishing area! We have the only camps on these lakes.
Our exclusive, 5,000 square mile area is located NW of Lynn Lake, Manitoba. This new area has many trophy size Manitoba black bears in the 200 – 500 lb. range. Call Our Manitoba Black Bear Hunting Camp For A Chance To Get A Trophy Black Bear. A chance for a Pope & Young and Boone & Crockett bear is a reality. The bears in this area have received very little pressure because of the vast remoteness of the area. Approximately 30% of the bears in our area are of a different color phase such as blonde, cinnamon and chocolate brown.
We hunt mostly by boat on lakes and rivers. Shots are taken from 10- 50 yards depending upon if you are shooting with bow or gun. We can also accommodate the handicapped or elderly hunter. You may hunt with rifle, bow, cross bow or black powder, but no handguns are allowed in Canada. Timber wolves may be taken on your bear tag in the fall and does not count against shooting a bear.
Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunting in the Duck Mountains of Western Manitoba
Hunt in one of the best areas allocated in Western Manitoba for Trophy Whitetail Deer. Our exclusive, 2,500 square mile area is located in and along the Duck Mountains of western Manitoba. This new area has many trophy size Whitetail buck in the 140-180 class. Because this area is so vast and remote, a chance for a Pope & Young and Boone & Crockett buck is a good possibility, The deer in this area have received very little hunting pressure. We hunt out of box blinds, metal ladder stands and pop-up ground blinds. The area consists of vast ranges of timber, agriculture and swamps. We have stands set up on private farms as well as in the Crown Govt. land in the Duck Mountains. We travel to the hunting areas by pickup trucks and then by Polaris rangers and 4-wheelers, very little walking is involved. We can also accommodate the physically challenged or elderly hunter. You may hunt with rifle, bow, cross-bow or black powder, though no handguns are allowed in Canada. Timber wolves may be taken on your deer tag during this hunt. We only take 4-6 hunters per week to assure the utmost satisfying hunt.
We have some of the largest moose that Canada has to offer.They can weigh as much as 1,600 pounds and have antlers that reach 65 inches in width, with the average being 50 inches. We have the exclusive outfitting rights for our own 5,000 square mile allocated area located 30-70 miles NW of Lynn Lake, Manitoba. We take a limited number of Moose hunters each fall. We are allocated 15 (bull only) tags by the Government of Manitoba for our exclusive area. We are the only outfitter allowed to take moose hunters in this area and it is strictly fly-in with no road access. There is no mining or logging in this area so you will not see other hunters or people and will have a particular area with your guide all to yourself.
This is a one guide/hunter ratio hunt. We hunt by both boat and canoe on lakes and rivers. We call for Trophy bulls and also spot and stalk. Timber wolves may be taken on your bear or moose tag. You may hunt with rifle, bow, cross bow or black powder, but no handguns are allowed in Canada. We have satellite phones in every camp for emergency or to request to moved to another camp.
LOCATION & PACKING
Mahekun Lake Lodge is a fly-in “Mini Lodge”. It sleeps 12 (6 bedrooms), and has 2 bathrooms with flush toilets & hot showers. A New 10,000 Watt Generator supplies electricity for lights and outlets for plugging in battery chargers and household appliances.
Fishing is two or three fishermen per boat.
Home cooked meals are included at the Mahekun Lake Lodge.
Deer hunting trips
When planning a fishing trip to Northern Canada, it is important to remember that good, quality equipment is vital. Good rain gear, proper clothing, quality reels and good planning can ensure that your week with us will be enjoyable. See our Fishing Page for detailed tackle for Pike, Walleye, Grayling and Lake Trout.