Saskatchewan, commonly referred to as the “Prairie Province,” offers the sportsman a wide variety of hunting and fishing opportunities. Thousands of lakes cover the Canadian Shield region and are loaded with monster lake trout, northern pike and walleye pike, just to name a few.
Much of Saskatchewan is also noted for excellent whitetail deer hunting and boasts the current world record whitetail buck.
The vast agricultural areas of the province become a Mecca for waterfowl and upland bird hunters each fall as millions of ducks, geese and cranes migrate towards their wintering grounds far to the south and the rich farm lands provide a wing shooter’s paradise.
Don’t pass up an opportunity to visit this game rich region for your next outing.
Northwestern Saskatchewan is home to some of the largest whitetail bucks in the world. Each fall this beautiful concession located between Glaslyn and Meadow Lake produces trophy whitetails that are the envy of any avid deer hunter. Mature bucks from this area often score between 150 and 200 Boone and Crockett points. You can hunt […]
The northern regions of Saskatchewan are wild, remote and maintain one of the largest black bear populations to be found anywhere. The black bear populations in this area are estimated to be as dense as six to eight mature bears per square mile, consequently trophy quality is not a problem. In early spring, the big […]