Overview of Quebec Elk & Red Stag Hunt
BOW AND CROSSBOW WORLD RECORDS TAKEN AT THIS LODGE! Experience a Trophy Elk or Red Stag hunt in these prestigious mountains. The terrain at the estate is comprised of colorful hardwoods, large granite boulders, small sunlight meadows and multiple creeks feeding into several freshwater ponds and lakes. The Lodge is centered within this wondrous forested locale.
Renowned around the world for their antler genetic research, this estate is the first location to produce the “Double 500,” where both an elk and stag score over 500 SCI points. This has been achieved by the estate’s superior genetics, selective breeding, proper culling of inferior animals and by restricting the number of hunts each year.
The Manitoban subspecies of elk is the largest of all the subspecies and can exceed 1200 pounds. They are known for their dark features, long tines, heavy beam mass and exceptional tops. Each year bulls are taken that score well into the top of the record book. The European Red Stag found here are undoubtedly some of the highest quality trophies found anywhere in North America. If you are looking for real trophy elk and/or red stag, look no further! Your success and satisfaction is their number one goal.
Add a little variety to your trip by visiting Mt. Tremblant resort town located about an hour from the lodge. There you will find numerous activities and a quaint ski village.
Hunting season is mid-August – November. The rut or bugling season is from about the end of August to early October, with the best bugling normally during the first three weeks or so. A typical hunt at the estate will cover three day.
All hunts are 1X1 guided and the hunter may choose between using a bow, rifle or muzzleloader. Almost all the hunts are “spot & stalk” style hunts but they can put up pop-up tent blinds if you would prefer that option. There are a few elevated box blinds as well. If by chance you harvest your animal early in the hunt, your excursion is by no means over. Guests can continue going into the preserves stalking more animals, fishing and taking more video footage for personal use.
Fallow deer and bison are also available on the estate!
The main lodge received a face-lift, with room dressings, upgraded amenities and the creation of a formal dining room. Further, a nearly 1,000 square foot great room, with cathedral ceilings was built for our guests, with oversized fireplace, HDTV, slate bar and small business center. A traditional indoor fireplace as well as “African-style” outdoor fire pit allow guests two new areas to exchange stories, enjoy an after dinner cordial and unwind following the days activities.
The lodge is centrally located amongst the preserves is a fully serviced guest lodge. All bedroom suites have their own private bathrooms giving privacy and allowing for any non-hunting guests to accompany you on your stay. There are four suites. One suite has a king sized bed and a pullout, one has a queen and a pullout, one has a queen and the fourth suite has 2 double beds. If your group is large, they do have two overflow owners cabins which share a bath.
The dining offered to all guests are of the same rich, epicurean style. Due to our early departure for the woods, continental breakfast seems to provide the best predawn meal. Upon return from the morning chase, a hearty and savory brunch awaits. A light lunch and snacks are served as a precursor the afternoon hunt.
Following a full day of adventure, the dinner selections are sure to satisfy the most discerning palate. The multi-course, culinary feasts include a myriad of locale fare and often embrace the spoils of the day, with venison served in a range of dishes. All beverages are included, with top-shelf liquor, a selection of domestic and foreign beers, as well as international wine selections.
Length of Stay / Itinerary
A typical stay is 3 – 4 nights.
Travel Details & Location
You will fly into Montreal and rent a car to drive 1 1/2 hours to the lodge.
Just thirty minutes to the North of the estate is Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort & Village. This is one of Canada’s most boutique areas, known for its style, diverse culture and trendy atmosphere. Early in the season enjoy all that the beautiful resort and village have to offer in the fall and be back home in time for a delicious dinner.
Other non-hunting activities include:
- Helicopter flight seeing
- Ferrari track
- Spa treatments
- Trout fishing
- Skiing (late Nov-Jan)
- Water Skiing (May-Sept.)
- Wine tasting
Internet & Communications
Excellent internet and wireless services
Trophy prices begin at $10,000 plus daily rates
Call for updated pricing
Trip Insurance & Cancellation Info
“Trip insurance is highly recommended to protect your investment on this trip. We will assist you with trip insurance upon booking. See links at the bottom of this page for the two providers we suggest for our clients.
Antlers & Anglers Worldwide, LLC confirmation and refund policy:
If your trip is more than 90 days out from date of departure, a 50% non-refundable deposit confirms your reservation and must be received within 10 days of booking to confirm your dates. All trips must be paid in full at least 90 days prior to the departure date. If your trip date is within 90 days, FULL payment for the trip is required. All payments to Antlers & Anglers Worldwide, LLC are non-refundable. Should you need to reschedule or cancel your trip, we will do everything in our power to assist you in finding a suitable substitute or transferring your dates per the lodge/providers/government requirements. Trip insurance protects your investment!”