Photo and story by Roy Sumner Manitoba moose hunting season 2018. The coldest September I've seen in over 20 years in the north. My hunters, Brian and Shelly, were a great husband and wife team from Wyoming. We were standing on the shore of the lake staring at a giant bull track in the snow.
Being in shape means enjoying moments like the above. by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges If you’re like me, you’ve probably stopped reading already because you saw a reference to one of the vilest words in the English language: EXERCISE. For those who are still with me, I’m not going to try imparting any
Webber's Lodges Trade Show Booth by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges On January 18 I left the cold and snow of Manitoba for the warmth and sunshine of the southwestern US to exhibit at several shows. The first pleasant surprise was the cost of fuel, which was about half the cost of
A moose for Allison! Ahh... the great annual tradition. Once again Team Webber's Wild headed north to procure meat for the long winter ahead and judging from the photos it was a successful expedition. The trip began in Churchill with a great snowmobile ride of about two hours along the Hudson Bay coast
Guest Post by Kevin Kenney I was hunting Small Lake north of Thompson, Manitoba. For the first 2 1/2-days I didn't have much luck. I never saw a moose. But moose hunting is either hot or cold, and I knew that going in. I did see plenty of sign, so I knew there were moose
Trophy Moose! All in the family! The Reimer clan has returned from its annual winter moose procurement expedition, which once again proved to be successful, resulting in a freezer full of fine moose meat to see us through the winter. Riley, our chef and next son-in-law to be, was first up on