Spiritwood • TROPHY WHITE TAIL DEER and BLACK BEAR HUNTS -Average gross score of bucks harvested last three years is 165 inches -Very limited number of hunters. -EXTENSIVE use of trail cameras. -6 full hunting days. $8,000.00 USD -limited number of hunts left for next season. Spring bear hunts in May, 5 day spring bear hunt at $ 3750.00 Includes fishing license and use of boat and motor. 100% opportunity on these hunts!!
Saskatchewan, Canada • We offer 6 day Whitetail hunts starting the last 2 weeks of October until the end of deer season in December 6 day bear hunts starting the first week of May until the end of June . Goose and duck hunting also available in the fall. Trophy bison hunts with some bulls reaching 20 years old.
Saskatchewan • Goose and duck hunting also available in the fall.
Parkdale • We specialize in hunting TROPHY Quality white tail deer and Big black bears. We also have waterfowl hunts available! Trophy White Tail deer hunts: We have exclusive outfitting rights on 130,000 acres of prime Saskatchewan White Tail deer area. Our hunts are tailored strictly towards hunting mature bucks. The hunts are a full 6 days and with the extensive use of trail cameras we put you in the right place so you have the best chance at that "Buck of a lifetime", every time you hunt with us. We only take 45 hunters per year or 8 clients per hunt so it gives our clients approximately 16,250 acres per person and plenty of mature bucks to hunt. The lodge is located in the forest on the South/west edge of our lease. The lodge is fully modern with all the comforts of a five star hotel including an excellent Chef. We have a very high number of repeat clients, however if you are interested in hunting a place where YOU know that you will be hunting 160 class or better bucks...then just get in touch with me and I will send you more inf
Green Lake • Spring Black bear and fishing combination offered at Green Lake SK in a spacious comfortable lakefront lodge setting.
Green Lake • Hunt Whitetail Bucks in Saskatchewan bush /wooded areas! Average over 150 with 170-190 class bucks. 70% return clients. Be comfortable and warm at a great lodge and have an awesome trip with great guides!
Sweet Grass • Mule deer spot and stalk or stands hunts over baits available.
Saskatchewan, Canada • Timberlost Outfitting offers fully guided Saskatchewan, Canada Black Bear Hunting. We have a huge area for forest and farmland bear hunts; Timberlost has 20 forest bear tags on 88,000 acres and 20 farmland land bear tags on 1000 square miles. Our area has some of the most prime bear real estate in the province and country, and we have some of the best fishing around which we do every morning of the hunt. We've been seeing sows with four cubs quite frequently which is a sign of excellent habitat and breeding environment. Timberlost Outfitting is a Trophy Hunters paradise due to the good genetics, perfect habitat and few hunters, offering great opportunities for bucks over 170". Firearm hunts and archery hunts are offered on a limited basis to maintain a low pressure hunting environment. We have 34 deer tags on 66,000 acres, but may not take 34 hunters if the deer herd appears that number of hunters may not be sustainable to produce trophy bucks.
Saskatchewan, Canada • 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. The sheer numbers of ducks and geese is truly something to witness. Canada Goose hunting and Snow Goose hunting is typically in the mornings, and duck hunting (or grouse hunting) is usually in the afternoon. Our waterfowl guides have access to hundreds of square miles of the best goose hunting and duck hunting in Saskatchewan. Having grown up along side the farmers in the area we have a healthy relationship with them and have access to thousands of acres of prime hunting. 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 the farmers to ensure that you are hunting the best possible fields.
Big River • Hunting in Saskatchewan offers sportsmen the most thrilling big game hunts in North America. We hunt Wildlife Management Zone 67 near Chitek Lake, Saskatchewan along the forest farmland fringe, and allocated for 210 square miles of pristine provincial forest. The majority of our hunting is done from heated ground blinds or carefully placed tree stands, depending on the hunter's preference. You will fly to Saskatoon the day before the hunt begins (Saturday). On Sunday, hunters will meet at Chitek Lake where we have a modern lodge with all the comforts of home, giving you a chance to sight in your choice of weapon and relax before the excitement begins. All hunts are six days in duration. Our professional guide team shares a combined forty-five years knowledge and experience in the outfitting industry as well as a lifetime of hunting to provide you with the highest possible chance for a successful hunt.
Torch River • This exclusive guiding area encompasses 120 square miles of the very best black bear habitat in northern Saskatchewan. Better still, the territory is situated beside the Candle Lake Game Preserve. This game preserve is a ~no hunting allowed~ park. We have about 30% colour phase bears and a high hunt success rate. We encourage our hunters to harvest older mature boars to keep the trophy quality high. We have a large number of trail cams out for our management use. Hunts run from mid May to the end June each year, all hunts are from Monday to Friday.
Torch River • This exclusive guiding area encompasses 140 square miles of the very best Whitetail habitat in northern Saskatchewan. Better still, the territory is situated beside the ~no hunting allowed~ Candle Lake game preserve. This guiding area has been well managed in the past but also under utilized. We are committed to trophy quality and work hard at proper deer management. We also own the trap line in the outfitting area which allows us to maintain the wolf population. Hunts run November and first week of Dec each year.
Coteau • FALL HUNTS Here at Lucky Lake Hunting Adventures we know you come to Saskatchewan hunt waterfowl, and that is what we give you. Unlike most outfitters, with us you hunt the whole time you are here. You are guaranteed at least 2 hunts everyday with us .That's right, in a 3 day hunt you have a minimum of 6 hunts, 4 day hunt you get 8 hunts, etc! If limits are reached quickly we try our best to sneak in quick upland hunt, or an impromptu crane hunt. It's your hunt, so let's hunt. Spotting is the key to hunting in waterfowl Canada, and we strive to be the best. We employ a different tactic than most when it comes to spotting and guiding. Firstly you are guided full time during your hunt. There is no "dropping you off" after the decoys are set. We are professional in the true sense and take our jobs very seriously. We are there to call the birds, call the shot and watch the limits. You are on vacation, let us do the work. Secondly, the guides are also the spotters. The morning guides spe
Saskatchewan • This hunt is a draw hunt. Please contact for draw information.
Saskatchewan • We hunt waterfowl in the morning and continue until around 1 P.M. Afternoon hunts last until sunset. The field hunts for Snows/Blues, Canadas/Specklebellies, and Ducks are from layout blinds and groups usually consist of 3 - 6 clients and a guide. The Puddle duck hunts for Ducks and Geese are in the large potholes and smaller lakes. We will arrange a variety of hunts to suit the interests of your group. We generally do not mix parties unless they consist of fewer than 6 hunters. Please keep in mind that weather can be a factor as some hunts depend on calm weather for safety reasons. The Saskatchewan prairies and Quill Lake region are legendary for their world class goose and duck hunting! We hunt Canada Geese and Specklebelly Geese (limit of 8 per day) plus lots of Snow Geese (limit of 20 per day). We shoot mixed limits of ducks which include; Mallards, Pintails, Teals, Widgeons, Bluebills, Redheads, and Canvasbacks.