2800$ Per Hunter For 6 Day Bear Hunt
Hunting License and Allocation fee 300$ USD
Total 3100$ USD +5% GST Tax
*Price Does Not Include Lodging*
Accommodations will be available at the Vintage Lodge, in the middle of the allocated hunting area. The pricing for the Lodge is 300$ + Tax for the week per hunter.
1000$ non-Refundable deposit that holds the hunt and date.
Note : Deposits are to hold the hunts for years ahead but do not guarantee that the price for the hunt will be the same as the current year. We always strive to give the best hunt possible, as well as have a chance at a trophy bear for the best price possible, but cost do change a bit due to fuel cost, time and effort in putting new baits and moving already existing baits to improve quality of the hunts and chance at a trophy bear.
*Deposits* can be sent too Albert Bourrier, Box 77 La Broquerie, MANITOBA, Canada, ROA OWO
*Made Payable to Bear Master Outfitters
Hunting over multiple active baits with two man ladder stands and ground blinds (Notice in advance). Game handling (Skinning/quartering meat) Using 4x4 ATV, UTV and Argo to travel to/from bait. I guide per two hunters.
Canada Border Crossing Service
DUI may prevent travel to Canada.
For free consultation phone, Toll Free : 1-800-438-7020
Canadian Customs : Emerson 373-2524
Tolstoi : 427-2076
Sprague : 437-2361
Pembina US Fax : 701-825-5980
Pembina US Phone : 701-825-5800
Rifle, Bow or black powder or Crossbow
Hunting supplies such as, Camouflage, Boots, Appropriate clothing etc. (Phone for complete list)
Bear Master Outfitters can make reservations at the Vintage Lodge for you.
Price on the hunt does not include lodging or food and beverage.
Lodging available in Woodridge, Manitoba.
The Vintage Lodge Address is 58011 Route 203, Woodridge MB, R0A 2N0
For google maps use this address 7VJ3+V2 Woodridge, Manitoba
For more info phone, 1-204-371-7703
Note: To hunt in Manitoba, you need 3 things. Passport, Hunters declaration form filled out but not signed (If you bring a gun to hunt), and Hunters safety proof or card. If you don't have a hunter safety course, you can get one from your state or, if you lawfully held a hunting license before January 1st, 1975, you are eligible to receive a hunter education certificate without having to take a hunter education course. Simply fill the form, send it out to the address pasted in the form, and you shall receive a card from Manitoba at no additional cost.