by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges 5 more tips for getting the photo everyone talks about! Last month, we looked at staging your trophy wild game photos. This month we want to look at what makes the difference between taking breathtaking photos and photos that fail to share the emotion of your hunt. Remember
Dave Reisner and his Bow Madness bull shown above. by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber’s Lodges Our 2016 moose hunting season was one for the books! Over the past couple of seasons we did some serious homework and built up our inventory of moose hunting camps, and it paid off. After scouring over aerial photos
by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges The Hunt/Fish department of Travel Manitoba recently instituted a new Master Hunter Program following the template of the incredibly successful Master Angler Program. For years anglers in Manitoba (residents and visitors) have had the opportunity to enter their special Manitoba angling accomplishments into a database of like-minded fishermen.
by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges As we approach a new year of adventures at Webber's Lodges, we thought it would be a good time to pause and reflect on some of your 2015 accomplishments. Musk Ox Hunting Our new and improved Musk Ox hunts (in partnership with Henik Lake Adventures) got our season
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