Reimer and Webber Family - Enjoying life in the north!

Happy New Year from the archives!

Is fishing season over? What about hunting season? REALLY? You mean we don’t have to send a weather report in the morning? Or check the boats, motors, fishing rods, tackle boxes and emergency kits? Or stoke the fires, pump/haul water, unload an airplane, gather firewood and prepare (delicious) meals. Maybe we’ll do that anyway. The holiday season demands it!

You know…

Seems like just yesterday plans were being made for various projects, aligning of logistical needs, finalizing bookings, hiring of staff etc. and in the blink of an eye another year is behind us.

The hunting and fishing at Webber’s Lodges was excellent again in 2014 and resulted in so many adventures that it’s difficult to encapsulate the year with one overlying description. To recount all of this year’s escapades would undoubtedly have most of you snoozing before we could get halfway through them!

June snow in Manitoba

After the snowstorm at North Knife Lake. June 4, 2014.

They say — whoever “they” are — you don’t have to know how to do everything well, you just have to surround yourself with people that do, and judging from guest responses, Webber’s Lodges has done just that. We are blessed with a lot of amazing talent and it’s the hard work and dedication of our lodge staff that produce the glowing guest reviews we receive.

We’re also fortunate to have a rock solid mission control center in place at our new (bigger!) office. Moving into a much needed new office was a real treat, but it’s the people in it, our team on the ground so to speak, that are the real backbone of our operational success. The amount of planning, marketing and paper work that goes on behind the scenes before a guest actually gets to the lodges is mind boggling. Thank goodness we have an amazing support system that can make it all happen!

It is obvious that without the dedication of all our seasonal and year-round employees we would absolutely not be able to achieve the success that we do.

Ron Malech Lake Trout catch and release method

Ron Malech displays his new catch and release method for trophy lake trout at North Knife Lake.

And thank YOU, our lovely guests, who always leave us with new friendships to cherish and new stories to share. You make all the blood, sweat and tears worthwhile and we look forward with great anticipation to more exciting adventures with you in 2015.

Happy New Year, Good Fishing & Happy Hunting!

On behalf of the entire Webber’s Lodges family,
Doug & Helen Webber, Mike & Jeanne Reimer