Exclusive Hunting and Fishing
in Canada's North
 

Hunting

Only accessible by aircraft, Cohen Lake Outfitters ensures undisturbed landscapes and amazing opportunities 

Fishing

Master Angler Brook Trout, Grayling, and Pike are found up and down the North Knife River.

 
 

About Our Hunts

Cohen Lake Outfitters will only book a maximum of four hunters a year, two groups of two hunters only per season!

 

The hunt is for two people and spans 6 days (5 nights). The package includes a helicopter flight from Churchill, MB to a tent camp on the North Knife river. The flight is approximately 30 min and departs from downtown Churchill. If you are lucky, you will see polar bears or beluga whales in transit.

 

The primary focus of the hunt is for bull moose. The tag (included with your package) dictates any bull with antlers 4" or greater are legal. Additionally, your moose tag comes with a wolf tag that can be used during your hunt.  We prefer rifle hunters, but if you are an avid bowhunter, this could be an option too.

 

If you are a fisherman don't forget your gear; after your tag has been filled, you may want to drop a line in the North Knife River. Fly casters and spin fisherman have landed large arctic grayling, brook trout, and northern pike right from camp.

 

Hunts start mid-September and carry on through early October. Calling and glassing is the primary method of hunting on the North Knife. Each hunter will have his/her own guide and dedicated boat for travel. Each day will start with an early morning breakfast, and shortly afterward hunters and guides will board the boats and travel in opposite directions up or down the river. You may travel as many as 20 Km (12 miles) up or downstream in search of big bulls each day.

Lodging and meals are provided at camp with the occasional shore lunch during the day if that is desired. Day and night, wood stoves keep the tents warm and allow for gear to be dried. Wood floors keep the accommodations clean and comfortable.

Contact us for special request such as non-hunters coming into camp to share in your experience. 

*Fishing license is extra

 

Dates Rates and Items Included

2019 Hunting Season dates
 
Group 1: September 24th-September 29th 

Group 2: September 29th-October 4th

Rate: $8,500 USD per hunter

A deposit of $2500 USD (non-refundable) per hunter required upon booking and full payment is due 60 days before hunt (non-refundable). All deposits and balances paid are completely non-refundable in whole or in part for any reason including but not limited to illness, injury, flight delays, unforeseen loss of income, early departure, late arrival, business emergencies, family emergencies, etc. Please also be aware that any animal that is injured in any way will be considered fatal and the hunt is over.

 

Coen Lake Outfitter Provides:
-Moose & wolf license*

-Roundtrip flight from Churchill Manitoba to the moose camp

-Lodging in a wall tent with wood floors, cot, sleeping bags and wood stove 

-All meals at camp

-One on one guide service per hunter with dedicated boat

-Trophy and bulk meat packaging for transport

*Fishing and black bear tags can be provided for extra cost
 

Hunters Provide:
-Transportation to and from your home to Churchill, Manitoba
-Any hotel and meal costs in Churchill
-All personal hunting and fishing gear**
-All arrangements/costs of shipping trophies and meat from Churchill to home

**How to cross the Canadian border with a firearm. The required paperwork can be found here.

Notes on Camp Life
Food is standard guide-prepared in tent camps. Your guides are the best there are, most personally trained and hand picked by myself, Parker Fitzpatrick. They will do their best to provide you with the service and expertise you need to make this a successful hunt, but you need to keep in mind that this is a wilderness hunt, not a lodge hunt with a staff of people to cater to your every whim and desire. The guides will be working long hours each day to make sure you are successful on your hunt and comfortable at camp. Any help you choose to give the guide in terms of cooking, camp chores, etc. is entirely at your discretion but rest assured it will go a long ways towards your enjoyment of the experience and the guide’s ability to focus on his primary objective – getting you a trophy moose! The guides are also outfitted with the latest in Satellite telephone equipment should problems arise. Safety always is and always will be our primary concern.