Alonsa, MB (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
For decades, Nueltin Fly-In Lodges have been known for their premier fishing opportunities, but eager hunters will be happy to know that the lodges are now expanding to offer caribou hunting excursions. It's an exciting step forward for one of Canada's most environmentally conscious lodges. Nueltin has long been working towards the sustainability, stewardship, and ecological conservation of the land and animals that they share ground with, and it is in that spirit that they take expand their offerings to include new caribou hunting opportunities.
Nueltin Fly-In lodges are strategically placed right in the middle of the migratory routes of two distinct caribou herds: the Qamanirjuag and the Beverly Herd. On a good day, a hunter could spot a prize caribou from their lodge's front steps, but on other days hunters will have the opportunity to roam the 7,000 square miles of Manitoba wilderness, partaking in the most exciting part of a caribou hunt: the chase. This huge territory runs along the border between Manitoba and Nunavut for 110 miles and affording an experience no other hunting lodges can match.
This comes as exciting news to avid hunters, as there are few catches more prized than caribou. For some hunters, bagging a caribou is an opportunity they may only get once in a lifetime. The excitement of searching for the herd of caribou, creeping within range, and targeting the trophy bull is a feeling unlike any other for the passionate hunter.
Part of the excitement of the Nueltin Fly-In lodges is that a hunter can visit for a caribou excursion and partake in other forms of sport while there. There's an opportunity for a black bear tag as well, and if a hunter is lucky enough to shoot a trophy caribou bull early in their trip, they'll find that they are surrounded by world class sport fishing. Unlike many hunting excursions, the Nueltin Fly-In lodges offer an opportunity for a hunter to have a comprehensive trip in which they hunt for myriad animals. Of course, to the true hunter, the trip will still focus on the caribou, and the bragging rights that come with a trophy bull's prized rack of antlers.
Hunters visiting Nueltin Fly-In Lodges will be awed by the raw natural beauty of the wilderness of Manitoba, thrilled by the opportunity to hunt two different herds of caribou, and welcomed to enjoy all the amenities that the lodges have to offer.
Nueltin Fly-In Lodges are some of the greatest sport escapes that Canada has to offer. With a focus on protecting Manitoba's beautiful ecology, Nueltin offers responsible fishing and hunting opportunities. The company has recently expanded their fishing and hunting options to include caribou hunting. For more information, or for reservations, interested parties can reach the company by phone at 1-800-361-7177.