Well, here in Manitoba, many of the natives living on the northern
reserves make money during the winter by trapping. The pelts of animals
caught in the winter are more valuable because animals grow a thicker
coat of fur in winter than they do in summer.
What I'd do is click on the "Contact Us" link on both of these two web
sites and explain that you're looking for a recommendation on a reliable
and easy-to-maintain snowmobile, and are wondering what's the most
popular snow machine amongst the natives in Northern Manitoba for
checking their trap lines in winter.
which sells Arctic Cat
'Northland Leisure - Home'
Which sells Polaris and Yamaha
Both of those businesses are located in The Pas, which is a fairly large
community in Northern Manitoba of about five thousand people. I expect
both of those businesses sell plenty of snowmobiles, and would know
which ones are most popular with natives because they're generally
regarded as the most reliable and easy to maintain.
Most people in Canada buy snowmobiles to go crazy on in winter. Native
trappers need reliable transportation because often their trap lines are
dozens of miles from anywhere, and in areas where there are more bears
per square mile than people. Having your snow mobile conk out on you
while you're out on your trap line is a life threatening situation.
(less so nowadays since natives have mobile phone service in northern