Kaska Goose Lodge is one of the few goose hunting camps left on the Hudson Bay coast. Located on Cape Tatnam near the mouth of the Kaskattama River in northern Manitoba’s Hudson Bay Lowlands, Kaska is a hunters’ paradise.
Kaska Goose Lodge has been transformed from little more than a converted Hudson Bay Company fur storage warehouse into the most luxurious lodge on the Hudson Bay and James Bay coasts.
In addition to the excellent hunting for snow, blue, Ross and Canada geese, ptarmigan and a variety of ducks, Kaska is a nature lovers delight. Kaska is located near a major denning area for polar bears, so it is quite common to see mother bears and their cubs wandering the coast scavenging for food while they wait for the ice to form on the bay. In addition to the polar bears, Artic fox, wolves, black bears, moose and caribou in habit the unique ecosystem which surrounds Kaska.
Several years ago we introduced a Bell Long Ranger helicopter at Kaska to give our guests more flexibility for their hunting. The helicopter proved to be very popular with our guests – not only for hunting, but also for the great sight-seeing and nature-viewing opportunities it afforded them.