High fence deer hunting on Canada’s largest, oldest, most established managed hunting ranch in Saskatchewan. Over 5000 acres on 3 properties.
These 4-Day high fence trophy whitetail hunts begin as early as September 20th and end after the rut in late November. Whitetail hunting for deer that average 165″ Gross. Get more information
A Great Place for a Corporate Whitetail Hunt!
This Saskatchewan whitetail hunting ranch specializes in the needs of corporate hunting groups. They can cater to the needs of businessmen with bigger budgets for groups. The main lodge can accommodate up to groups of 10 clients at once. This allows most corporations to bring clients, agents or key employees on a dream hunt of a life time. The staff is very professional and well seasoned.
Their guarantee to you as a corporate client is that you and your guests will harvest an Elk or Whitetail deer (whichever you book) or they will refund 100% of your hunt cost. This is the perfect environment for relaxing, socializing and combining business with pleasure. They have several corporate hunts that we run each year, that are three to four year repeats and they would be happy to provide references. Inquire here.
Saskatchewan whitetail hunting starts around September 20th and ends after the rut at the end of November.
Hunting is done from tree stands or spot and stalk. Traditionally 20-30% of hunters are archery hunters. Crossbows are also allowed. Guns laws in Canada do NOT allow hand gun hunting.
The Saskatchewan whitetail hunting properties are some of Canada’s largest private Saskatchewan whitetail hunting ranches, so be prepared to do some walking. The high fence hunting areas are heavily wooded with challenging terrain, but not too physically demanding.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
Success rates are nearly 100% for bucks averaging 165″.
In addition to whitetails, you can hunt Elk scoring from 350 up to over 420 inches; Wild Boar and Buffalo on a trophy fee basis. Goose hunting is also available.
Upon arrival at the ranch all transportation will be taken care of by the outfitter.
Meals, Service and Accommodations
This outfitter prides himself on outstanding service. From the time you arrive at the lodge, the staff will not allow you to carry your own luggage. The service continues on terrific home cooked meals and hospitality, and it doesn’t stop there! They believe that exceptional service is the keys to their success.
Meat and Trophy Care
This outfitter will take care of your trophy and meat prep for you. The meat processor they use has an excellent system for shipping the meat once it has been cured. Capes and antlers are generally cared for as well.
In September, temperatures can be as high as 80 degrees. Late September through October, temperatures can get down to almost freezing at night and as high as 50 degrees in the daytime. Late October through November can bring temperatures as mild as 30 or 40 degrees down to as low as -10 degrees.