Travel Guard and Global Rescue protection insurances are highly recommended on all adventure travel trips. Speak with us when booking your trip for up-to-date details and cost.
We have been doing 100% of the booking here for many years and have plenty of references for you to speak with. If you are interested in hunting here, plans should be made well in advance as we experience a large repeat booking annually.
Having hunted at this camp for more than 23 years, Wes often shares the following thoughts with interested hunters: “Under fair chase conditions, Saskatchewan, Canada is my number one choice in the world for the opportunity to take a Whitetail Buck that scores 150 or better Boone and Crockett points. Everyone who hunts here shares equal odds at taking a world class Whitetail Buck, regardless of experience, or physical hunting abilities. Based on my own personal hunts, I have had the opportunity to take a Whitetail Buck that gross scores 160 or better on at least one of every three hunts I’ve taken here, with the opportunity to harvest a 150’s class buck on all of the other hunts. Where else can a hunter go and have these odds of success under fair chase conditions?”
Typical Itinerary for a 6-day Whitetail Deer
You will fly or drive to Saskatoon, arriving on Saturday, and stay in a hotel that night. You will rent a car and drive to camp Sunday morning arriving in time to check your rifle or bow and make sure it is shooting correctly. Get settled in, have dinner and start hunting on Monday. Hunt through the following Saturday evening, returning to Saskatoon Saturday night and departing Sunday morning for your trip home.
Your trip is not over if you are successful in harvesting your Whitetail Deer early in the hunt. You can stay and go with your guide to check baits and stands, accompany a friend on his or her hunt, sight-see or relax and enjoy the beautiful country and great food.
All non-resident big game hunters must be guided by a licensed outfitter.