Agassiz Outfitters has exclusive rights to a large remote hunting area in northern Manitoba. Situated approximately 120 air miles north of Thompson which is only accessible by float plane. The distance from civilization and the costs of the flights, make this area restrictive for resident hunting.
To further ensure that this area is not hunted we have an agreement with the Split Lake First Nations people that the hunter taking the moose will share a portion of the meat with the Split Lake Band, which goes to feed the elderly in the community. In turn they do not hunt or fish in the area and as a result our hunters have this vast area to themselves.
The primary focus of the hunt is the moose but your package also allows you to hunt for black bear and wolf which can be taken while you hunt for moose, or over your moose carcass once your moose is harvested. Fish at anytime for large northern pike and walleye in these untapped waters once you fill your Moose Tag.
This area is pristine and virtually untouched as far as hunting pressure. We cater to only a small group of hunters and the area is extremely vast. This is one of the best moose areas that northern Manitoba and North America has to offer and we cater to both rifle and bow-hunters. The mix of lakes and river, boreal forest, swamp plus the various forest fires which has burnt in the area over the years, have created the ideal habitat for big moose.
Hunts are conducted from mid September to early October, calling and glassing is the primary method of hunting. Boats are our main form of transportation to and from the hunting areas. Meals and lodging are in our tent camps.
We have a crew of very experienced, professional, and personable guides that will ensure you have a safe and enjoyable hunt. Guide services are on a one to one basis for most of our hunts.
Sitting by the fire enjoying the northern lights, listening to the wolves howl, fishing and hunting in this remote pristine wilderness is a hunting experience that memories are made of. Agassiz Outfitters, Manitoba Moose Hunting at its finest!
In the area that Agassiz Outfitters has exclusive hunting rights for, the Provincial record for a bow killed moose (210 5/8) was taken by one of our guests. As well the largest rifle and bow killed moose in Manitoba in two other consecutive years were shot in our area also by our guests. This only goes to prove how well we manage our area and the fantastic genetics this area has to offer.
1-on-1 Manitoba Moose Hunt & Bear/Wolf Hunt Combo
All Inclusive Hunting Package includes:
2021 Fall Moose Season
September 20- September 27
September 28- October 5
2022 Fall Moose Season
September 19- September 26
September 27- October 4
2023 Fall Moose Season
September 18- September 25
September 26- October 3
2024 Fall Moose Season
September 16 - September 23
September 24 - October 1
Our hunts are fair-chase and are hunts, not kills. You will get an opportunity to hunt in a part of the world very few people get a chance to experience. We will do our best to give you a hunt that not only is successful but allows you to truly enjoy these areas.
Hunting up here means you have to be ready for anything. You could see that trophy the very first day or the very last second of your last day. Your shot opportunity could last two seconds or two minutes. We suggest you familiarize yourself with gauging a quality animal BEFORE you get here, so you know the type of animal you want to take (a good reference book is the Boone & Crockett Club’s record book with photos, our brochure and our web page). The wounding of a big game animal is unfortunate and usually avoidable. It is your responsibility as hunters to practice with your weapon of choice long before the hunt commences and make sound decisions on making an ethical shot. If you have any questions regarding sizing and judging the animals you are hunting, we will go over it with you at Camp before you start your hunt.
An added bonus to your Manitoba Moose hunting trip is the good possibility at a timber wolf or coyote with your unused big game tag in the fall, which some big game hunters consider a timber wolf a great trophy!
Some of our moose hunters get some great opportunities and on average 2-4 are taken each year.
Once a hunter has shot at a moose/bear/deer, 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.
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
Moose Hunts Gallery