BLACK BEAR HUNTS

THIS IS WHERE THE ACTION IS!!!

Welcome to the heart of ATBH!  With over 50 well maintained sites attracting some of Manitoba’s largest black bears (up to 50% color phase) we are providing you with a hunt you will not soon forget.

Our hunts are all from Sunday to the following Friday for both spring and fall bear.

A non-resident of Manitoba can only obtain a bear license through an outfitter, and can harvest one bear per year.

The holder of a Manitoba black bear license is permitted to take a Timber Wolf in the fall season if one presents itself, providing the bear licence is unused at the time of the wolf kill. A hunter can continue to hunt for a bear after a wolf  kill, but cannot hunt a wolf once a bear is harvested.

All Prices DO NOT include taxes or licences

Non-Resident Hunters

  • Non-resident Black bear tag/license – $340 
  • Non-hunting person – $2,000 (USD)

Everyone Must Have 

  • For fall bear hunt, the law requires you to wear a blaze orange hat and blaze orange vest during your hunt
  • Soft cushion for tree stand
  • Safety belt / harness
  • Knee-high rubber boots
  • ThermaCELL

Strongly Recommended:

  • Bug suit
  • Head net 
  • Scent eliminating suits and/or complete scent eliminating systems

Note:

*A $1500 (USD) p/person (NON-REFUNDABLE) DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED AT TIME OF BOOKING
*BALANCE OF REMAINING MONIES IS DUE 120 DAYS PRIOR TO SCHEDULED HUNT 

 

 

MANDATORY HUNTER EDUCATION REQUIREMENT

Effective January 1, 2012 the same mandatory hunter education requirements that apply to first-time hunters and everyone under the age of 19 applies to everybody when purchasing a Manitoba hunting licence. Please refer to the Manitoba Hunting Guide on the Manitoba Sustainable Development website or call 1-800-214- 6497 for further information.

FURTHER INFORMATION

The Manitoba Hunting Guide and the Manitoba Angling Guide, non-resident & foreign resident licence application and general information for the Department of Sustainable Development can be obtained by visiting the Manitoba Conservation website or calling 1-800-214-6497.

 
For general travel information and assistance, please visit the Travel Manitoba website or phone 1-800-665-0040.

Sustainable Development

 

References available upon request.  Please contact  atbh@mymts.net or 204-679-0735 for names and numbers.