The quality of Manitoban elk on this property is unmatched!
This 5-star, 1,000 acre Manitoban elk hunting Estate in Quebec, Canada is among the most prestigious high fence hunting destinations in the world. This property is managed by a full-time wildlife biologist to produce elk (and red stags) scoring over 400″ SCI. Top 25 and Top 10 trophies are taken every year. Get More Information
If you would like an elk over 400″, this is a great place to do it. Most of their Manitoban elk have typical frames with awesome mass and long tines.” ~Marc Warnke
Elk hunting begins late in August (velvet bulls are a possibility) and goes through November. The best hunting dates are booked years in advance, so contact us soon. (Hunting while the elk are bugling at the same time as the stag roar is incredible!)
You can hunt by stand hunting or “walk and stalk.” While both methods are productive, it is up to the individual hunter to choose how to hunt. During the rut, calling can be very productive as well.
This Estate hunt is a great one to bring clients to as a corporate hunt. Great hunting for trophy animals, 5-star accommodations, and meeting areas for any business meetings or presentations. Book today!
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
The success rate is 100%, and all of the stags and elk taken on this property score 380+” SCI.
In addition to truly amazing Manitoban elk hunting, this outfitter also offers staggeringly huge red stag, as well as bison and fallow deer.
If you are wanting to hunt red stags, you should really consider this hunt. It is a great alternative to hunting them in New Zealand.” ~Cory Glauner
This Estate hunt for Manitoban elk takes place less than two hours northwest of Montreal, Canada. You can drive to the hunting lodge in less than eight hours from New York City. Montreal International Airport accommodates direct flights from dozens of US and European cities.
License and Tags
Non-resident hunters will need a gun permit, but no other license or permit is required.
The 5-Star lodge is newly remodeled. With a formal dining room, a nearly 1,000 square foot great room, cathedral ceilings, over-sized fireplace, HDTV, slate bar and billiards table. There is also an “African-style” outdoor fire pit which is a great place to enjoy an after dinner cordial with your friends or clients, and unwind following the days activities.
A great place to bring non-hunting guests as well, the Estate’s private lake is stocked with fish, and boats and tackle are available for use.
The meals offered are very good. Prior to your hunt, a continental breakfast will be waiting for you. Once you return from your morning outing, get ready for a hearty brunch. A light lunch and snacks are served prior to the afternoon hunt. The multi-course dinners include locale fare and often venison served in a range of dishes.
All beverages are included, with top-shelf liquor, a selection of domestic and foreign beers, as well as international wine selections.
Other Activities in the Area
Besides hunting, local activities include helicopter sight-seeing; Ferrari track; spa treatments; trout fishing; snow skiing (Nov-Jan); water skiing (May-Sept); wine tasting; golf; shopping; and casinos.