Saskatchewan Whitetail Deer Hunting
We have some of the wildest whitetail country on earth. Thousands of miles of spruce, fir and poplar forest, we Canadians call the bush. The true giants do not come out of the bush until cold weather and the rut. Some of the largest bucks in North America roam the bush. 300 lbs. bruisers with dark chocolate racks that score from 150 to 200 and more with lots of non-typical freaks. My large exclusive area borders the farmland and the bush where the big ones roam.
Our packages are six days of hunting. Sunday we will arrive at camp, and get settled in, check out your gear and move some equipment into your stand so you are ready to go at first light Monday morning. For late season whitetail, we hunt from elevated enclosed stands with VHF two-way radio contact and heat over active baits. Typical days, we will wake up for breakfast, pack a lunch and hit the road for the stands. Some stands I can drop you off with the truck and you can walk into the stand, others we will use the ATV. You will climb into your stand before sunrise and sit all day until dark. We will then pick you up and go back to camp for a delicious home cooked meal, compare stories, and get ready for the next day. Some days you will see five, two, or no deer and the next day you could see up to twenty deer and perhaps that monster whitetail of a lifetime.
What to Bring:
Hand warmer packs
Deer grunt/rattle bag
Clothing gear : Layers are key to keeping warm.
Rifle hunters require white, red or orange jacket
Red or orange hat or toque
Warm clothing-late fall weather can be -30 degrees Celsius
Warm boots and gloves
Toiletries e.g. tooth brush/ paste
Snacks and beverages