Waleri's bear
Waleri from South Carolina, USA, harvested this bear in spring 2015, and made a shoulder mount by himself.

Black bear hunts.

This hunt is being offered for 6 days. Hunters arrive on Sunday around noon and leave next Saturday.
On Sunday, you unpack, sign in your guns and rest. On Monday, around 3 PM, the hunt will begin. You will be hunting in the woods, at an active baiting site. Usually we take a truck, then an ATV, and then walk on foot. We cannot guarantee that you will shoot a bear, but we guarantee that you will see some.
Hunters will stay in touch with the outfitter per walkie-talkie. Upon a successful shot, your outfitter will immediately come and help with the trophy. We skin the bear at the camp and freeze the hide (or use salt). You can later take it to the taxidermist of your choice or tan the hide yourself. It is a good idea to bring along a cooler for the hide.

We offer 3 different packages; the price only differs based on the accommodation and meal plan of your choice. The hunt itself will be completely identical: all hunters receive the same (highest) level of services.

Econo hunt: Modest accommodations for 6 nights. Bring and prepare your own meals (equipment provided). $1400, plus license fees. This hunt can be compared with a rent-a-bait model.

Comfort hunt: Hunting and 6 nights stay in a spacious log cabin with power, running water, washroom, shower: $1900, plus license fees. Bring and prepare your own meals, each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen.

Deluxe hunt: Hunting, 3 full meals per day, and 6 nights stay in a spacious log cabin: $2400, plus license fees.

Bringing your spouse, partner, or friend along? Just add $500 per additional guest (applies to comfort and deluxe packages). Or ask us about a special offer.
Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to have a hunt, and at the same time, a romantic vacation together, with a family member, and/or with your loved ones.

License prices can be looked up here:http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/hunting/

Black Bear
Saskatchewan Resident - $16.68
Canadian Resident - $53.97
Guided (Canadian and Non-residents) - $161.92, plus Resource Allocation License - $50.

Licenses can (and should) be purchased online in advance here:http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/licences/

Information about transporting firearms to Canada can be found here:http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/information/visit/index-eng.htm

Season is from 15 April until 30 June, and from 25 August until 14 October.

Questions? Please send us an e-mail

Alexander from Montreal, Canada. Spring 2016. Bowhunting.

Reinhard from Dortmund, Germany. Spring 2015.

Sergej from Dortmund, Germany. Spring 2015.

Dave and his trophy.

Waleri from USA, South Carolina. Spring 2015.

Kevin and his trophy.

Sergej, Reinhard and their host Olga.

Breakfast outside.

Supper after a succesful hunt.