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.
Trophy hunters, fast-action fishermen, families, couples and corporate groups all have their different reasons for returning to North Knife Lake Lodge, but there are certainly common threads among them. For starters, they're all real people, just like you. And all have a taste for something just a little bit special -- that out-of-the-ordinary experience that
Jeff Knaebel won't soon forget hooking into a monster 47-inch northern pike while fishing with Webber's Lodges last year, nor will his brothers, uncles and cousins, who were on the fly-out fishing trip to Small Lake with him. The core group of brothers Rich, Joe, and Al, has been fishing with Webber's Lodges for 15
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