Whitetail Deer Hunting in Saskatchewan
Trophy Whitetail Hunts
We offer fully guided Saskatchewan, Canada Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunting. We are a Trophy Hunters paradise due to the good genetics, perfect habitat, strict trophy management and few hunters, offering great opportunities for bucks over 170”. Firearm hunts and muzzleloader hunts are offered on a limited basis to maintain a low pressure hunting environment. We only take 50 deer hunters a year on 130,000 acres.
We have an intensive feeding program; we don’t just feed the deer to get that one big buck we feed them to keep the whole feed healthy. We have around 70 bait stations throughout our whole area and try to keep the stands around 2 km apart with trail cameras going 24 hours day 7 days a week.
We have a lot of repeat hunters with us and after discussing with them, we have decided that if a hunter doesn’t squeeze the trigger, we will give him a credit to next years hunt. If any mainframe 10 point or more buck is shot that does not gross 150 inches there will be a fine in order to promote world class bucks.
Best herd management practices, maintaining year round nutrition with various mineral and salt licks, and predator control ensure our trophy whitetail deer develop to their fullest potential.
5 1/2-Day Trophy Whitetail Hunt Includes:
Pickup & Drop off at your hotel in Saskatoon
Base price is per person for a 5.5-Day Trophy whitetail hunt
“I would highly recommend any hunter (male or female) looking for a fantastic Canadian experience to check these guys out. Devin, Tom, and Dustin go out of their way to make your trip a memorable one! From the excellent meals, comfortable lodge, and beautiful scenery to the perfect location of all stands, you can’t go wrong. I was fortunate to take a very nice 160+ incher (my first whitetail) while hunting this past November. From start to finish, these guys are very professional. and they make sure each hunter has a great trip! I will be back for sure.” Tracey S.
I’m an outfitter in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. I take people Waterfowl, Black Bear, and Deer hunting.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$605.00 Per Person
$394.02 Per Person
$6050.00 Per Person Per Experience
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.
- Meals & Lodging
- House Wine, Beer, Hard Alcohol, Soft Drinks, Water
- Perfectly Placed Stands
- 130,000 Acres
- 70 Bait Stations and 24-hour Game Cam Setup
- Low Pressure Trophy Bucks
- Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
- Valid License/Permits
- Personal Hunting Gear
- Overnight Gear
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.