CSAH hunter Bill Eurice took an absolute Manitoba monster, what may be Manitoba’s largest moose of the year with a 65.25″ spread. It is a magnificent animal with full armor. This is the second largest moose ever taken with CSAH, the largest a 66″. Congratulations Bill and his guide, longtime vet Dave Lower.
We now have only 3 spring bear hunts left for 2019. There is one hunt available June 8-15 and 2 hunts available June 15-22. The 2019 hunts include transportation from Winnipeg. There are MANY bear hunts but there is only ONE that has earned the title’ Manitoba Monsters.’ If you are looking for a SPECIAL bear hunt, one with big bears, in a remote area and not knowing pressure; in a personalized setting; and big color-phase bears to match; this the your hunt ! Throw in the world-class fishing and you have a hunting experience no one can match.
Ganglers will be exhibiting at the following shows this week. Stop by and see us!
GREEN BAY ALL-CANADA SHOW- Jan. 17-20 Home base for the AC show, a great treat for Northern Wisconsin residents at the Radisson Conference Center (Oneida Casino) in Green Bay Wisconsin.
DALLAS SAFARI CLUB CONVENTION- Jan. 17-20 A smaller version of the SCI show but just as spectacular. Located at the Dallas Convention Center in downtown Dallas, Ganglers will be in booth 1452. https://www.biggame.org/convention/
CSAH will be exhibiting at two great sport shows this week in tandem with our fishing, Gangler’s Fly-In Lodges. Please stop by and see what’s new for 2019.
SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL- Jan. 9-12 An incredible display of all things Outdoors, with an emphasis on hunting and featuring several great fishing lodges too. For 2019, SCI has moved the show back from Las Vegas to its traditional home in Reno, Nevada. Ganglers and CSAH will be there in booth 784 at the Reno Convention Center.
CHICAGO ALL-CANADA SHOW- Jan. 10-13 The All-Canada Show’s largest show, located at the Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, IL. Stop by and visit the big Kahuna, Wayne, and Bain manager and ace hunting guide Ken Poitras.
For a limited time only, we are offering a Pre-show special on our remaining caribou hunts, Sept. 5-11 and 17-24. Trophy fees have been reduced from $ 2000 on the first caribou and $ 1500 on the second to $ 1000 each- a savings of $ 1500. Give us a call if you are interested in our last remaining hunts.
Looking for something special ????
We are now offering a special limited Spring Black bear hunt in 2019. The dates are June 8-15 and 15-22. There will be only two camps and space is limited to only 2 people per camp per week, a total of 8 for the season. That is 8 spring bear hunters for an entire 5,000,000 acre area. The price is $ 6595 and includes roundtrip airfare from Winnipeg. Give us a call, this is an incredible hunt with the bonus of world-class fishing.
CSAH has announced its new pricing for the 2019 caribou season. The 6 day packages (5 days hunting) are $ 7795 from Winnipeg . These hunts are Sept. 5-11,11-17. The 7 day trip (6 days hunting) is $ 7995 from Winnipeg. The trophy fee on the first caribou is $ 2000.A second caribou option can be purchased for an additional $ 1500. These hunt packages include our unique charter flight from Winnipeg. No other lodge offers this with our 5400′ private runway , certified and with our new GPS approach. We use Calm Air’s combi ATR 42, a large spacious plane seating up to 30 people. Guests can take 120 lbs. of meat home along with capes and racks. No racks will be split. Licenses and taxes are extra. For more info, please refer to our website at www.cansubarc.com .
As we are about to close our fishing season, we are seeing encouraging signs for the upcoming Fall. Water levels are excellent and there have been numerous moose sightings this summer. Word has spread from the North that snow has hit the caribou calving areas and it appears a good chunk of the herd has begun to move. We will keep you posted as we get closer to the season.
We are sharing a great article written by 2017 caribou hunter Martha Harding contributing writer/hunter for Sci Wisconsin’s Hunters magazine. Martha and her husband were on our third hunt in 2017 and after 2 very successful weeks, the herd suddenly dwindled. Reconnaissance flights showed a nice section of animals 30 miles to the east. CSAH quickly shifted gears and, weather-permitting, tried to get as many of our hunters over to these animals.