Saskatchewan Waterfowl Hunting - Gold Level Package

1-6 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


Waterfowl Hunts

Our hunt area is the first stop on the largest migration corridor in North America. Virtually all the land north of us is forest. The rich agricultural belt that spreads south begins with us. The location is PERFECT for goose and duck hunting as we get the first shots at the flocks flying south so they decoy in great.

Each year the sky fills with migrating waterfowl eager to replenish their energy stores. The sheer number of ducks and geese is truly something to witness. We target Canada Goose in the mornings then ducks, snow geese, sandhill cranes, or grouse in the afternoons. We can also go fishing for Northern pike in the afternoon if you want to take a break from the birds.

Our waterfowl guides have access to hundreds of square miles of the best goose hunting and duck hunting in Saskatchewan. Having grown up alongside the farmers in the area we have a healthy relationship with them and have access to thousands of acres of prime hunting. We treat our farmers and their fields with respect cause without them our company ceases to exist. The most important component of a good waterfowl hunt is SPOTTING, which is why our intensive spotting program is the backbone of our success. We spend many hours spotting each day, drive countless miles every week, and put in many phone calls to ensure that you are hunting the best possible fields.

We are full-time Outfitters and family ran so all the small details in the field and at the lodge are taken care of, so you can enjoy your well-deserved holiday. Contact us anytime if you have any questions or concerns or to ask us for a list of past clients for references.

We offer 4-day hunt packages so 4 morning hunts which we target dark geese and 4-afternoon hunts where we will target duck, snows, cranes, or upland game birds.

Package Information

The Gold Package includes 5 morning goose hunts and 4 afternoon duck hunts, five-star dining, lodging, professional bird caller, three scouts, 12 gauge score 3” shotgun shells, top-shelf liquor house wine, beer, soft drinks, bottled water, bird cleaning, waterfowl license, top of the line decoys, A-frame blinds, pickup and drop off at your hotel in Saskatoon, You will also be able to sleep in a bit extra because I will have an extra man there that will set up all the decoys and have the blinds already set up for us. So all you will have to do is get in your blind and you will be set for the hunt, and after the hunt, you will be picked up and won’t have to help put away the decoys. The staff will go above and beyond to make everything in your hunt/vacation as exactly as you are looking for and more.

4-Day Gold Package Includes:

  • 5 Morning Goose Hunts
  • 4 Afternoon Duck Hunts
  • 5-Star Dining
  • Lodging
  • Professional Bird Caller
  • Three Scouts
  • 12 Gauge Score 3” Shotgun Shells
  • House Wine, Beer, Hard Alcohol, Soft Drinks, Bottle Water
  • Bird Cleaning
  • Top of the Line Decoys
  • A-Frame Blinds
  • Setup/Tear Down of Decoys
  • Pickup & Drop off at your hotel in Saskatoon

Not Included:

  • Cleaning and packaging of birds to take home (plucking or one wing left on the bird)
  • Gratuity is recommended anywhere from 10% to 20% depending on how you liked your service. (Cook, Caller and 2 Scouts)

Base price is per person for a 4-Day Gold Package waterfowl hunt

“I have been hunting Waterfowl with Devin for the last couple of years. I enjoy it up there that’s why I come back every year. From the scouting, bird caller, organization, lodging, food everything was great! I’ve hunted all over the country, never had a better outfitter.” - Tom B.

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Devin B

I’m an outfitter in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. I take people Waterfowl, Black Bear, and Deer hunting.

from $4675/Experience

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

Required Tax

$233.75 Per Person


Required License

$165.00 Per Person


Base Price

$4675.00 Per Person Per Experience


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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.


  • 4 Morning Goose & 4 Afternoon Duck Hunts
  • Meals & Lodging
  • Professional Bird Caller
  • Two Scouts
  • 12 Gauge Score 3" Shotgun Shells
  • House Wine, Beer, Hard Alcohol, Soft Drinks, Water
  • Bird Cleaning
  • Top of the Line Decoys
  • A-Frame Blinds
  • Pickup & Drop off at Hotel in Saskatoon



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Valid License/Permits
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Overnight Gear

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Rules & Guidelines

Everything You Need to Know About Travel Rules in Saskatchewan

Canada has updated their domestic travel rules/guidelines recently due to the ongoing pandemic and the rise of the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Residents of Saskatchewan and the surrounding areas will have to keep an eye on the changes, but even residents across the country should be keeping themselves up-to-date if they’re looking to travel domestically.

Traveling to Saskatchewan

We provide you with the most pleasant and comfortable experience when it comes to hunting excursions and fishing excursions. For those traveling to Saskatchewan to visit and hunt with us, here are some things to keep in mind:

  • Mandatory Masking in Indoor Public Spaces
  • Proof of Vaccination/Negative COVID-19 test

International Travel Guidelines

If you’re coming to visit from another county, please note that it is only allowed with discretionary travel by fully vaccinated travelers who meet entry requirements. Here is some information for entering Canada during this time. For American hunters coming into Saskatchewan, you’ll have to get a negative PCR test or a rapid test before entering the country.

You must take a molecular test within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your flight to Canada.

If you have a connecting flight:

  • The test must be taken within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your last direct flight to Canada.
  • Check for scheduling the test in your transit city

For hunters driving over the border, you’ll have to complete pre-entry testing and ArriveCAN requirements.

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