Nov 2016 Fishing Photo Contest Winner – Ice Fishing out of a 1956 Bombardier Snow Coach
Nov 2016 Camping Photo Contest Winner – Riding the Wake
Nov 2016 Hunting Photo Contest Winner – Canada Goose Hunters
Nov 2016 Building Photo Contest Winner – Early Light
Ice Fishing Season Begins
As we enter December, in most parts of the prairies, the ice fishing fishing season is just around the corner. The daylight hours are short but the anticipation of a thick ice cover on our lakes keeps us checking our augers and tip ups. For those of you are hearty enough to venture out on the ice in search of pike, walleye, trout, and perch, we salute your efforts. Ice fishing is 1 part adventure, 1 part gear, and 2 parts rum, at least when it’s done right! Check out our ice fishing pages including pictures, tips, and more.
The End of Hunting Season
Hunting Season is over across the prairies, except for the stories of the recent hunt. The big buck at 150 yards gradually becomes 300 yards, on the run. The single mallard at 25 yards, feet down, becomes an 80 yard over the shoulder triple. We all have learned how to bend the truth a little in our hunting stories, often with a touch of rum to liven the atmosphere over the holidays as we gather with our hunting buddies again. It’s a great time to share your stories. Consider telling your tale in the The Campfire or are you looking to book your next hunting trip with an outfitter in Alberta, Manitoba, or Saskatchewan? We have the hunting links to help you out.
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Late Season Camping
We have some great resources for helping you find that late season camping spot. Our Camping pages include links to Provincial Parks in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. As most families pack away the tents, sleeping bags, and prep the trailers for storage, campgrounds open up for the hearty campers who prefer the quiet coolness of fall camping. Wondering which campground suits you best? Check out the provincial park ratings in the links just below for each province or go straight to our listings of Provincial Parks and Campgrounds.
AB Camping comments:
Included by Huffington Post in 15 Of The Most Stunning Camping Sites In Alberta.
Why you should go: Wind surfing, rock climbing and daytime picnics by the lake. (posted: 2016)
- Bow Valley
See more Alberta Park Ratings
Go to Alberta Camping
SK Camping comments:
Great spots all along the shoreline to rest or get ready for more tubing.
See more Saskatchewan Park Ratings
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MB Camping comments:
Falcon lake campground is becoming really run down. The washroom & shower facilities are disgusting. The toilets were continuously plugged, doors falling off the stalls, crumbling infrastructure and filthy. There appears to be little supervision or standards for grounds keepers and cleaners. They drive around in golf carts all day playing games on their phones. We witnessed them drive right over garbage! They told us all they do is change toilet paper. Sites are not cleaned when vacated; the beach is not raked and garbages are overflowing. There appears to be an adequate amount of staff but they do nothing. Too bad as it is a nice spot.
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Go to Manitoba Camping
PrairieOutdoors.com is your online outdoor hunting directory for hunting, fishing, and camping information for Western Canada (Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba) including listings of hunting outfitters, guides, fishing tournaments, fishing lodges, resorts, and campgrounds.
In Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba we have over 200,000 lakes and hundreds of rivers, featuring some of the finest fresh water game fishing possible. The wild life is plentiful and world renowned for trophy quality hunting and fishing. Many hunting and fishing world records have come from this area including the Hanson Buck and the Broder Buck. We have wild mountain streams in Alberta featuring Brown trout and Rainbow trout that will rip the backing out of your reel. Bring your heavy line and get ready to set the hook for Northern Pike that will spin your boat around. The flocks of Canada Geese and Snow Geese will fill the sky in numbers only counted in hundreds of thousands. The southern prairies feature excellent pheasant hunting along the creek beds and abundant numbers of "Prairie Chicken" (sharp-tail grouse) and "Huns" (Hungarian Partridge). With a good dog and a quick 12 gauge you can get your limit. Trophy walleye can be pulled from lakes year round and the ice fishing is an unbelievable adventure. Imagine pulling a 30 inch walleye or a 48 inch pike through 3 feet of ice. If bear hunting is your sport, the forest are well stocked with the wary creatures.
If you have the patience, you have a great chance to pick a black bear in one of the many color phases ranging from pure black, to chocolate brown, to cinnamon and even the rare blonde bear. World record whitetail, elk, moose and mule deer are wandering the forests and plains where the big game are plentiful and big bodied.
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