3-Day All-Inclusive Guided Waterfowl Hunt

2-6 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


What to Expect on your Waterfowl Hunt

Upon your afternoon arrival, you’ll get settled into your room in the lodges then be able to cook your dinner or meet at a local restaurant where you’ll get details of the next day's hunt.

The next morning, you’ll follow your guide to the hunting location, or meet your hunting party there if you wish to sleep a few minutes longer. We fully welcome help setting up the decoys from interested guests, but you are also welcome to just relax with a cup of coffee and a light snack while we set everything up.

We will target geese and ducks on these hunts. After the hunt, you will return to the hotel to eat and relax. If the morning hunt did not provide limits or very close to limits and we can legally hunt the afternoon for the species we need to fill limits on, your guide will then provide information on the afternoon hunt.

We can clean your birds for a fee, or you can clean your own with our equipment. We clean birds daily and fully expect none will be wasted.

Booking Dates for Saskatchewan – September & October

Pricing is per person, per experience!

Parties of 6 preferred. Minimum of 2.

  • Includes: Accommodations at 2 farm houses. 2 men per room.
  • Licenses, shells and lodging included.
  • Meals are not included.
  • Experienced Licensed Guides.
  • Local Professional Spotters & Professional Equipment.
  • Experienced Dogs.

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Your Host

Luke's Trip

Luke B

Our vision is to stand proudly at the top of our industry while providing unmatched customer service. We take pride in providing the best possible hunt under any circumstances and weather conditions. Whether you’re a beginning waterfowler or have been hunting for decades, your experience with us will have you longing to come back.

from $3685/Experience

Base Price

$3685.00 Per Person Per Experience


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Guides & Game Calling
  • Experienced Dog Work Lodging
  • Ammunition



Gear List

  • Transportation
  • Meal Plans
  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Gear
  • All Appropriate Licensing

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Rules & Guidelines



A 50% deposit (transferrable but non-refundable) due within 7 days of booking.

Remaining 50% due by August 1.


Prior to your hunt, each person will be required to fill out and return our release form which you will receive after your deposit is received.


Let us know when you book if you need to purchase shells from us. We keep 12 gauge shells in stock. 20 gauge shells are available upon request.


Ducks - 8 Total. No More than 4 Pintails.

Dark Geese and Specklebelly - 8 Total. No more than 5 Specklebelly.

Light Geese - 20

Sandhill Crain limits - 5


  • Transportation/rental vehicle
  • Gun rentals (ask for availability)
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Guides gratuities
  • Meals


We offer optional bird cleaning at 50$ per day per man. Birds will be cleaned daily.

If you decide to clean your own birds we will provide a designated area for cleaning and disposal of all carcasses.


To hunt waterfowl you will need a Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate, a game bird license and a Canadian migratory game bird hunting permit and stamp. The Canadian permit and stamp are available at Canadian post offices or online at permis-permits.ec.gc.ca for a total cost of $17 CAD, taxes and shipping included.

Saskatchewan Wildlife Habitat Certificate – $10.79

Federal Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit and stamp (available at any post office) – $17.85

Non-resident Game Bird License – $160


Saskatchewan Licensing Inquiry Centre

Toll Free: (800) 567-4224 or to purchase your license online.

Email:  centre.inquiry@gov.sk.ca

Or order by phone using a credit card at 1-855-848-4773 (8am to 9pm.) Please allow 10 business days for delivery.

People born after January 1, 1971 must graduate from a recognized firearm safety/hunter education course in order to hold or apply for a Saskatchewan game or fur license. Individuals may be asked to present proof of training when purchasing or applying for a license or upon a compliance check by conservation officers.


Only shotguns are allowed.

Please use the following link to review all details for this process http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/fs-fd/visit-visite-eng.htm

Firearm owner and users in Canada need a valid firearms license allowing them to possess firearms and a Canadian registration certificate for each firearm in their possession. A license issued under Canada’s Firearms Act.

Declare firearms in writing, in triplicate, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (form CAFC 909). **FFO note…do NOT sign the form, as you must sign in front of a Canadian customs official.

If there are more than three firearms, a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Continuation Sheet (form CAFC 910) should be added.

Once the declaration has been confirmed by the CBSA customs officer, it acts as a license for the owner and as a temporary registration certificate for the firearms brought to Canada.

A confirmed declaration costs a flat fee of $25, regardless of the number of firearms listed on it. It is valid only for the person who signs it and only for those firearms listed on the declaration.


A confirmed Non-Resident Firearm Declaration will allow you to buy ammunition in Canada. As well, you may bring limited amounts to Canada with you. **FFO note…limited means 200 shells.


You will likely fly into Saskatoon. From there you will need to rent a vehicle to drive into our location.

Saskatoon International Airport Code: YXE

Rental Vehicle Options Located in Saskatoon

Avis: 306.652.3434

Budget: 306.244.7925

Enterprise: 306.664.4454

Thrifty: 306.244.8000


Temperatures can fluctuate dramatically so please pack accordingly. Warm windproof/waterproof clothes are highly recommended depending on your hunt dates.

Waterproof knee boots are a must to wear while on the hunt.


IF NEEDED, last-minute necessities can be purchased at:


1714 Preston Ave N

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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