Black bear Hunts in Southeast Saskatchewan

2-10 Guests • Hotel • Private • Guided

Description

Saskatchewan is known for its vast landscapes and abundant wildlife. Our Black Bear hunts are located in Southeast Saskatchewan, along the Qu’Appelle River valley. Your guide has local knowledge of the area and experience bear hunting the area. We always have active baits for stand hunting, but can also accommodate a “spot and stalk” hunt if that is more your style. If you are wanting a heavy/massive bear, the fall is the time to come. If it’s a rug you’re after, spring is the best time.


What’s included

  • Full Accommodations
  • Meals
  • Daily Transportation
  • Active Baits
  • Skin/Hide Preparation & Freezing
  • Professional Guide



What’s not included

  • Airfare and Travel Costs
  • Rental vehicle
  • Shotgun - However, shotguns are available for rent
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuities for your guides


Base price is per person, 3 day / 4 night trip. Shotgun rental additional fee.

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Upgrades

Shotgun Rental

$55.00


Your Host

Shane's Trip

Shane L

Outfitter offering a premier waterfowl & turkey hunting experience. With a professional crew and thousands of private acres.

from $3850/Experience

Base Price

$3850.00 Per Person Per Experience

$3850.00

$55.00 Per Day Per Item

$55.00

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

Total Payment

$3850.00

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.


Amenities

  • Professional Guide
  • Dinner
  • Lodging
  • Guns Available for Rent
  • Scouted Hunting Locations
  • Daily Transportation
  • Active Baits
  • Skin/Hide Preparation & Freezing

Location

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Travel Arrangements to/from Canada
  • Weapon (Bow/Rifle)
  • Ammunition

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Rules & Guidelines

Traveling into Canada

We are based in Saskatchewan. In a farming community located in the southeast corner of the Saskatchewan province. Here you can enjoy a sportsman paradise. It is mostly cropland, where in the fall, the skies fill with migrating waterfowl making their last stop before entering the states. Being just south of the Qu’appelle River valley, it is not uncommon to have an opportunity at a record book Black Bear.


AIRPORTS: Regina Airport (YQR) is the closest Canadian airport (2 hr. drive) Minot, ND (MOT) is the closest US airport (3.5 hr. drive)


LODGING: We use a local motel for your rooms. Located just 2 miles from headquarters. The Quest Motel is a recently renovated and well kept place to hang your hat.


Bringing your dog: a current rabies vaccine certificate is all that is required. This can be obtained at your local vet, prior to your trip.


Firearms and other weapons: All weapons – including firearms, mace, tear gas and pepper spray – must be declared to customs upon arrival. Under Canadian law, visitors are not allowed to import firearms and defensive sprays for personal protection. Visitors who are at least 18 years old may import ordinary rifles and shotguns for hunting. The importation is allowed, provided the customs is satisfied with the circumstances of the importation. You will need to fill out a firearm importation form (Form RCMP5589/CAFC 909). The form can be found here.


* Guns available for rent. To help save you the hassle. ($50/Day)*


Alcohol: Adults (age 21+) are allowed to import (tax free): 24 cans of beer (12 oz cans); OR 2 bottle of wine (750 ml); OR 1 bottle of liquor (1 liter)

Tobacco: Adults (age 18+) are allowed to import (tax free): 200 cigarettes; AND 50 cigars; AND 7 oz. of dip/chew (10 cans)

Ammo: Adults (age 18+) are allowed to import (tax free): 200 rounds of hunting ammunition

*Please check current firearm and import regulations


Note: When you enter Canada from abroad, passport is required. A valid visa may also be required. If you are traveling from the U.S., be sure to allow plenty of time for your passport to be issued.


*Criminal Records - Individuals with criminal records, including DUI convictions, may be refused entry into Canada. A waiver can be obtained, but must be handled prior to travel to Canada. It is strongly recommended that you apply for a waiver to eliminate the worry of being refused entry.

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