The Liske Family of Agassiz Outfitters
Agassiz Outfitters offers Spring and Fall Manitoba black bear hunts with a rifle, muzzle or bow. Our untouched and remote wilderness Manitoba black bear hunts are done in over 3000 square miles of some of the most remote areas the Interlake Region has to offer, with most areas never being hunted! Every year bears over 20" B & C and over 600 lbs. are harvested due to the vast wilderness in this area and low to no pressure! The black bear hunting in the Interlake Region has been considered as one of the top destinations in the world for size, numbers and color phase black bears as featured on numerous T.V. shows and bear hunting magazines.
Our Spring and Fall Manitoba Black Bear hunts located in this world class hunting hot spot of the Interlake Region are second to none. Bear numbers are extremely high in this part of Manitoba, Canada, as many hunters see and witness high numbers of bears at the bait sites. These bear hunts can be arranged at our main lodge which is road accessible with log cabins, wood heat, shower building and separate cooking camp. Unlike most areas, our walleye and northern pike fishing can be second to none and can be done when the black bear hunting is complete. An added bonus to your hunting trip is the good chance of taking a shot at a timber wolf or coyote with your unused big game tag in the fall only.
All bear hunts are 6 day hunts, beginning on a Monday and ending on the following Saturday. With our excellent success, great rates and family/group packages, we know you'll experience a trip of a lifetime in beautiful Manitoba, Canada.
2019 Spring Black Bear Season
April 29 - June 23
2019 Fall Black Bear Season
August 26 - October 13
2020 Spring Black Bear Season
April 27 - June 21
2020 Fall Black Bear Season
August 31 - October 11
2021 Spring Black Bear Season
April 26 - June 20
2021 Fall Black Bear Season
August 27 - October 10
6-DAY RIFLE / MUZZLELOADER / ARCHERY
Guided Manitoba Spring and Fall Black Bear Hunts:
Please Call/Text: 1-204-281-1918 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing on all hunts.
Effective January 1, 2012 the same mandatory hunter education requirements that apply to all first-time hunters and everyone under the age of 19 will apply to everybody when purchasing a hunting license. Therefore, all hunters wishing to purchase any Manitoba hunting license must possess one of the following:
1) A valid certificate or card that certifies the successful completion of the Manitoba Hunter Education Course or the old Hunter & Firearm Safety Training Course;
2) A valid equivalent Hunter Education certificate or card from any other province, territory or country; OR
a valid certificate issued under the authority of subsection 4(4) of the Hunter Education Regulation, MR 128/2007 to a person who makes a written declaration that he or she has lawfully held a hunting license in Manitoba or in another province, territory or country before January 1, 1975. If you believe you qualify for this exemption, please complete the declaration form and mail it to the Wildlife Permits Clerk at the address noted on the form. If you qualify, a certificate will be mailed out. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for processing.
Hunter Education Information
MANITOBA BIG GAME TROPHY ASSOCIATION
NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR AWARDS
MANITOBA’s #1 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 1990
Skull: 20 15/16 B+C
Hunter: Jan Tuvesson-Sweden
MANITOBA’s #1 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 1991
Skull: 21 9/16 B+C
Hunter: Benot Mansson-Sweden
MANITOBA’S #2 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 2002
Skull: 20 10/16 B& C Length: 8 feet 3 inches
Hunter: Kevin Shelton from Wentzville, Missouri
MANITOBA’s #1 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 2005
Skull: 21 12/16 B+C Length: 8 feet 2 inches
Hunter: John Johnson from Bryan, Ohio
MANITOBAS #2 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 2012
Skull: 21 4/16 B+C Length: 8 feet 7 inches
Hunter: Bob Kaleta from West Virginia
Manitoba’s #1 YOUTH NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 2016
Skull: 20” Length: 8 feet 2 inches
Hunter: Chanz Dodd from Evansville, Indiana
Manitoba’s #2 NON-RESIDENT BLACK BEAR IN 2016
Skull: 20 12/16 B&C Length: 8 feet 4 inches
Hunter: Leroy Dike from Gillette, Wyoming
Once a hunter has shot at a moose/bear, that part of the hunt is deemed successful unless it is absolutely clear that the animal wasn’t wounded. Every attempt will be made to recover wounded animals. How to judge black bears(boars/sows), size, etc. and proper shot placement will be gone over at camp prior to your hunt to ensure your success.
Black Bear Hunts Gallery