Hunting in Manitoba
Young doe does not move an inch as I drive slowly past the approach. then she walks off into the woods.
July in Manitoba when you are a farmer involves lots of checking and spraying to keep insects and disease from decreaseing yeild in the crops. Here Bruce sprays fungicide for leaf mold and other diseases due to high humidity and rains and thick ffolage
Prairie Pothole hunting
Canvaseback hen and her ducklings sit on this stump where it is safe from coyotes and other predators.
July 1, Canada Day
Patty our waterfowl cook and grand daughter Hannah rode their horses in the parade at the local Canada Day Celebrations.
A Greenhead teal hen sitts on theis little island with here brood. Should make some good shooting in October this fall.
Manitoba Whitetail Doe
I believe this doe has just fawned, she is in the buffalo fence jsut north of the lodge and I had seen her regularly by herself and today I see her laying here in grass, she stayed here for 2 days then I saw here up the hill but no fawn in site but I ex
Manitoba Canadian Geese
Just half mile from the lodge a pair of Canada geese and goslings make thier way across the neighbours pea field.
Whitetail hunting in Manitoba
This doe has been in the Buffalo b
Happy Happy Mallards
Phil Robertson says Happy Happy
Every year we have a group of grads aarrive to celebrate their last year together. here some of the group are sitting around relaxing and haveing a cool one!
Taxidermist in Manitoba
Holmans Taxidermy in Brandon, does a large number of bear mounts over the season. Here they are laying everywhere, draining, thawing and getting ready to put forms in.
Manitoba Color phase Black bear
Our Grandson Vinnie Berg took this awesome cinnamon with Grandma Judy as his guide. Some good memories made here.
Outdoors in Manitoba
Fishing along the river bank and we see where high water was washed away the bank leaving opening into a beaver den in the bank. Here in Manitoba they will den in bank when they do not have a place to start a hut.
Manitoba outdoor activies.
A drive in the evening to see the water rising in the creek just south of us.
vincent has spent a lot of his time setting beaver and muskrat traps this spring. One night we took him out to check traps.
Big grass Jobs
Grren Sub pulling white gmc which was trying to back to trailer.
April 19 and the geese are still wondering why they are standing in the snow. April 21 we woke to 2 inches of snow on the ground.
Rabbits turning color is a great sign for us when snow seems to be not going very quickly.
Big Grass Outfitter Clients winter projects
Nc client Mike S shows off his Crappie catch of the day! Mike hunts
April 10 Bernie Optiz of Plymouth, Wis.
April 10 Bernie Optiz, Plymouth, Wis. we were just notified of his passing. He was a great bear hunter and took his largest bear of his hunting a 6 fter in our Camp. His last trip at 83 years old he sat in our fall bear stands, enjoying life to the fulle