Jimmy Robinson's Famous Duck Lodge
The Delta Marsh of Canada's Lake Manitoba is one of the world's great gathering places for migratory waterfowl. Since the 1930's the Marsh has attracted thousands of hunters to this lodge, The Famous Jimmy Robinson Duck Lodge.
Founded by the late Jimmy Robinson it is conveniently located on the edge of the Delta Marsh at the south end of Lake Manitoba. The lodge has hosted personalities from all walks of life. Names like Hemmingway, Gable, Stack and European royalty have all hunted here, for the legend as well as the sport.
Jimmy hunts these waters no more, but you can now enjoy the lodge, the tradition, the shoot and the companionship.
Jimmy Robinson was one of the worlds most famous hunting writers and sportsmen; and editor for Sports Afield magazine, and the hunting partner of the biggest names in entertainment, politics and business. Jimmy passed away on June 21, 1986.
Jimmy founded his first lodge in 1935 in a farmhouse near Portage Creek on the Delta Marsh. The present lodge was built in 1958 and is located in the Village of St. Ambroise, Manitoba. It's an hour auto trip from the Winnipeg International Airport.
The terrain is flat prairie country which includes thousand of acres of low water marshes. Waterfowl of all description “stage” there each autumn prior to their final migration.
Jimmy passed the lodge on to Dick Wallin. Dick was a friend of Jimmy's having hunted and fished with him for his last 20 years. The lodge is now owned and operated as a waterfowl hunting lodge by Dick's son Rick Wallin.
US | David Reese email@example.com 612-209-4743 | P.O. Box 196 River Falls, WI 54022
Canada | 204-243-2649 | St Ambroise Duck and Goose Club Inc | St Ambroise, Manitoba Canada ROH IGO