Our remote and wilderness Manitoba Whitetail Deer Hunts take place on the South Side of the “World Famous” Duck Mountains. The Duck mountains are located in the west-central part of Manitoba, along the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border. This is home to some of the largest whitetails in North America. This prime whitetail deer habitat consists of private grain/alfalfa fields, heavy timber, creeks, swamps, and ridges, where big timber meets agriculture, making this some of the best whitetail hunting in the world.
Hunting is done from a large double ladder tree stand, single ladder stand, portable stand with a bag, or from a ground blind. Portable heaters are available if required. Shots can be up to 300+ yards with the average being approximately 100 yards. At Agassiz Outfitters we hunt big trophy whitetail deer over scrape lines, rub lines, funnels, heavy deer trails, swamps, old logging cuts, and private leased farmland. The opportunity to harvest a trophy whitetail is approximately 80-85%. The average whitetail you may harvest is in the 135-145” class, however much bigger are taken every year. Hunters may take one timber wolf at no extra cost and is included in your Manitoba Whitetail Deer Hunting package. Bow, Muzzleloader, or Rifle hunts are available during the whitetail hunting season. We start with archery and muzzleloader hunts on the first Monday of November. The second Monday kicks off our three-week Rifle season. All hunts are six days in duration starting on Monday thru Saturday, with Sunday set aside for travel and your arrival into camp.
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Six-Day Archery/Muzzle/Rifle Whitetail Hunt
Price includes home-cooked meals (bag lunch provided while hunting), beautiful accommodations in cabins with hot/cold running water, experienced guides, trophy care, and skinning of your whitetail and whitetail license.
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Whether you hunt bow, muzzleloader, or rifle, our professional licensed and experienced Manitoba guides will work hard to ensure every hunter goes home successful and satisfied. Our areas have been featured in many hunting magazines and TV Shows as some of the best Whitetail Deer Hunting in the world.
Accommodations are in private cabins on a lake in the heart of the Duck Mountains smack dab in this prime deer Country.
With our excellent success rate, hard work, and world-class hunting packages, we know you will experience a trip of a lifetime with Agassiz Outfitters in the beautiful Duck Mountain Provincial Forest, Manitoba, Canada.
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.
An added bonus to your Manitoba Whitetail Deer 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 Whitetail Deer hunters get some great opportunities and on average 2-3 are taken each year.
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.
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