Taxidermist John Reimer was on his sixth hunt with Webber’s Lodges this fall and this time he took his sons Dylan (21) and Dalton (20) with him for the first time. An avid hunter who had previously stalked deer, moose, elk, bear, mountain lion and more, John and his sons were at Schmok Lake from Sept. 4-9 in search of trophy caribou.
And they found them!
“The four of us took eight trophy bulls,” said John. “And Webber’s was outstanding as always. Having my boys up there made the experience that much more fun, and what better way to bond with them than hunting together and seeing their excitement in harvesting some trophy caribou. And besides caribou, we saw red fox, cross fox and Arctic wolves. From the camp to the terrain, it’s something you never forget.”
The 49-year-old President of JR Taxidermy Studio in Grunthal, Manitoba, had high praise for his hosts, which of course we’re proud to share here on our blog.
“Two thumbs up to Webber’s for providing such a place for us to enjoy and chalk up memories we will cherish for a lifetime. I’ve hunted every Western province and throughout the USA and Webber’s is comparable to all the best lodges out there, but what makes them unique is that they’re a family business. They’ve spent most of their lives up north and they’re involved. The meals are first class. And you can’t beat the Webber’s hospitality, whether it’s before, during or after the hunt.”
Thank you John!