Whitetail Deer Hunt Saskatchewan

My outfitter in Saskatchewan has some openings to fill on his Whitetail Deer hunt. Once considered the mecca for free range bruiser whitetail, Saskatchewan has been overlooked for the past few years.

The big Whitetail deer are still there, we have openings throughout the year if you are interested. The area is over 60,000 acres and is home to some big deer. This is Indian land and one of the big benefits of the hunt is the multi species license. With their license you are not limited to just whitetail. On license you are allowed one of anything that walks in front of your stand. You can also purchase and additional license to keep hunting if you choose. License covers one: whitetail, elk, mule deer, moose, bear, bison, wolf or caribou.

The Whitetail hunts are 6 days long and include food, lodging, transportation, heated blinds, airport pickup and trophy prep. The hunt is $5,000 plus license of $500. You can take additional species if you purchase additional tags at $1,500 each.

There is a $1,000 penalty however if you take a Whitetail smaller than 140″.

I am heading up for a hunt this year as well as Steve Scott will be in camp filming for one of his TV shows. We have some openings if anyone wants to join that week as well. We will be in camp the third week of November.

Pickup and drop off will be from Saskatoon airport.

Let me know if you are interested.