We recommend driving to Saskatchewan. Some of you have long drives and understandably would rather fly. There are risks associated with flying. Mother Nature works on her own schedule and there are times when we will need to adapt by having you change the dates or location of the hunt based on the weather. When this happens there will […]
Hunters often ask “do we tip our guide and if so how much?” Tips are customary. The general rule for tipping waterfowl guides is 15-20% of the price of the hunt.
On our Saskatchewan duck, goose, and sand hill crane hunts we most often will be hunting feed fields. We have spotters that scout twice daily to insure we are in fields that birds have been using.
The cost of hunting Saskatchewan is very reasonable: Non-resident License $116.00 & Wildlife Habitat Certificate $11.00.In addition to the hunting license you will have to register you firearm at customs when entering Canada. Gun Registration Fee is $25.00.
All of the ducks, geese, and sandhill cranes that you harvest will be cleaned for you by your Saskatchewan waterfowl guides. Just as in the USA, Saskatchewan bird hunters are required by law to leave a wing attached to the meat for identification purposes. Once cleaned you store your waterfowl in coolers for the return trip home.
We have owned these zones in Saskatchewan for a couple years. It’s been debated if when we should start running hunters in Canada. We have ran our spring snow goose hunts since 2001 during my vacations at UPS. In 2019 I will have 30 years of service and be eligible for a pension. Fall vacations […]