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This hunt costs only $1500 Canadian Dollars.
This hunt is being offered for 6 days and includes a one-week cabin rent. We provide baits and tree stands, and supplies to bait bear. Bait sites are usually equipped with trail cameras. We pre-bait, so when you arrive you can choose 2-3 working bait sites. You bring your own ATV (quad), you bait your favorite site (or sites), and when you harvest a bear you skin the bear yourself. We provide luxury accommodations, our comfortable log cabins have 2 queen beds each, full kitchen, power, fridge, bathroom, hot water, bedding, towels,microwave, toaster, coffee maker, fridge, propane cook stove, kitchen utensils, cutlery, just everything. You cook your own meals. Buying or ordering meals for additional price is an option, too. We have a skinning pole with an electrical winch, and a freezer. We encourage you to bring your spouse/partner/child/friend with you, this will cost you only $250, but will turn your hunting trip into an unforgettable vacation. We help with tips and suggestions, at any stage of the hunt, and we will do everything to make your hunt and stay enjoyable and successful.
For hunts during bad weather conditions (rainy weather) we have hunting shacks, they keep you dry and conceal any scent or movement.
Why hunt with us? Because unlike other outfitters we live directly in our outfitting area year around, this means we know all the smallest details, and we start baiting early in spring.
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.
Price of a hunt is $2400 plus license fees, this includes 3 full meals per day, and 6 nights stay in a spacious log cabin.
Bringing your spouse, partner, or friend along? This is an excellent idea! Just add $500 per additional guest. 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/
Saskatchewan Resident - $25.00
Canadian Resident - $100.00
Guided (Canadian and Non-residents) - $200.00, plus Resource Allocation License - $100.
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
Rainer from Bavaria, Germany. June 2019. Rainer set his focus on this colored beauty, and he was dedicated and patient. His record shows 36 hours of hunting this particular bear. His happy smile tells you everything!
Rainer from Bavaria, Germany. June 2019. Thanks to Alois and Oliver for their help, when retrieving the trophy.
Tierney from N.D., USA. Spring 2019. Bowhunting. She got her bear on first day of hunting!The bear with a white V on his chest. A boar. Lots of adrenalin and lots of good memories. Thanks to Wynn for all the help.
Brooklynn from N.D., USA. Spring 2019. Bowhunting. She got her bear on second day of hunting!She was hunting from a ground blind, and handled the situation all by herself. The boar she harvested was very nice!
Tyler from N.D., USA. Spring 2019. Bowhunting. He got his bear on third day of hunting!Like a real gentleman he first helped his girlfriend to get her bear, and then went on his own hunt. Being a viking he was looking for a big bear, of course.
Alois from Bavaria, Germany. June 2019. Alois got his bear on second day of hunting, after passing on few other bears. He already has a full size hide, and wanted a shoulder mount.
Oliver from Bavaria, Germany. June 2019. On his first day Oliver assured that he is not obsessed with the size, and will harvest the first bear he will see. Guess what? On his third day of hunting he has seen 4 different bears.
Troy from Wisconsin, USA. Spring 2018. Troy was looking for a color phase bear, the size was irrelevant. And he got this beautiful dark-chocolate colored bear, with 2 white marks on his chest. Crossbow.
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.
Supper after a succesful hunt.