This is a prime example of why I NEVER have or will go wheeling around Ft. Mac.
Muskeg is a real biotch......you could come back to this instead:
If the muskeg doesn't swallow your rig some crack head will find it and strip/burn it.....no matter how remote the area it's stuck in is. Hopefully it's not on one of the more travelled trails like tower road, draper road or up behind abasand.
Sorry to be a debbie downer but you are going to have a hard time finding someone to volunteer to go back there......time to put some cash on the table. I'm up here right now but I don't have a capable rig and I'm working for the next week so I'm not of much help. There were/are a bunch of guys up here running full sizes with big blocks and nitrous that go out bogging.....but I'm not sure how you'd find them. Ft. Mac Kijiji maybe?
I'll ask my cousin, he and his buddies all have quads and side by sides. A bunch of them may be able to pull/winch it out without getting stuck given how much lighter they are.....if they are off shift.
Your saving grace might be to try here:
They're a good bunch of folks that would probably be willing to help but given it's the start of a work week who knows when they'll be able to go out.
As for the mini hoe, bad idea. It's one thing to get your rig stuck but walking a rental machine into the bush is just asking for a huge dent in the wallet.
The rain certainly isn't going to help but I think some hi-lifts, shovels, wood cribbing and plywood are going to be your new friends. And the biggest thing to remember is try NOT to follow old tracks on the way out. Once the muskeg is disturbed you'll be getting stuck every 10 feet if you follow your tracks from the way in.
Good luck dude, it sounds like you're going to need it!