CANADA GOOSE, SNOW GOOSE & DUCK HUNTING GUIDE IN SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

Our Snow Goose, Canada Goose & Duck Hunting Guides in Saskatchewan, Canada is the BEST location in North America!

Welcome to Northern Skies Outfitters Canada. Saskatchewan has long been considered the world’s best waterfowl hunting destination and we are very excited to show you just how good it really is. Whether you choose to do a fall duck and goose combo, or a spring snow goose hunt, we will show you Saskatchewan at its finest. All of our hunts will be over Avian X Full Body Decoys. We cater to one group of hunters at a time so you will be our #1 priority and all aspects of our hunt can be tailored to your specific needs. All of our Saskatchewan hunts will be based out of our beautiful lodge that sits overlooking a major waterfowl sanctuary. The views are spectacular and at times the refuge will be holding over 1,000,000 birds.

We have access to nearly 20,000 sq miles of the best waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan. Snow geese, honkers, white fronts, cranes and ducks can all be found in large concentrations in our area.

We have tried to make your trip as easy as possible. All of our hunts will include meals, lodging, all of your licenses, bird cleaning, and shot gun shells (up to 3 boxes per day). All you will need is your shotgun and weather appropriate clothing. We recommend you fly into Saskatoon and rent a vehicle. It will take just a little over one hour to drive to our camp.

Call today to reserve your dates!
952-212-4828

Fall Dates: September 10th – October 20th
Spring Dates: April 25th – May 16th

Dates are approximate due to migration

Many people ask me where the best place is for a spring snow goose hunt. Saskatchewan is that place, hands down!

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SASKATCHEWAN FALL DUCK & GOOSE HUNT

September 10th – October 20th

Fall combo hunts will consist of two hunts per day, with a choice of ducks, snows, honkers, specks, or cranes in the morning and a choice of ducks, snows, or cranes in the afternoon.

What’s Included?
• Meals
• Lodging
• Hunting License and Stamp
• Bird Cleaning and Packaging
• Guides and Spotters
• Shot Gun Shells (3 boxes per day) Additional shot gun shells will be available for $20. per box
• Knowledgable Guide, Decoys, Blinds, Calls & Any Other Necessary Equipment

What’s NOT Included?
• Air Fare
• Transportation to and from the airport
• Shot Gun
• GST 5%
• Tip & Gratuity (industry average is 10-15%)

What to bring?
• Weather appropriate clothing (Come prepared for any weather conditions. Average temperature is 30-80 degrees. Rain or shine, we’re in the blind.)
• Shot gun
• Capture your memories! Cameras are welcome: Store in a ziplock bag for safe keeping
• Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
• Alcoholic beverages for after hunt. Zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the field

Rates
Prices are per person. Check in is at 4PM the day before your first hunt. Check out is at 2PM on your last day (the last day is morning hunt only). We require a minimum of two hunters. Groups of 5 or more will have the lodge and field private.

Fall (Duck & Goose) Pricing
3 day hunt= $2250
4 day hunt= $2800
5 day hunt= $3250
6 day hunt= $3900

Licensing
Included in pricing. Will be provided.

Bag limits in Saskatchewan Canada for Waterfowl Hunting
Species
Daily Limits
Possession Limits
Ducks
8 (only 4 Pintails)  
24 (only 12 Pintails)
Dark Geese (Canadas & Specks)
8 (only 5 Specks)  
24 (only 15 Specks)
Light Geese (Snows & Ross)
20
60
Cranes 5 15
IMPORTANT NOTE:
If you have any past criminal record, regardless of how long ago it was (including DUI/DWAI), please contact Citizenship and Immigration Canada PRIOR to booking your trip to check on any paperwork that may be necessary for your entry into Canada. Northern Skies Outfitters cannot be responsible for a hunter’s inability to enter Canada.  For more info, visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/inadmissibility/conviction.asp

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SASKATCHEWAN SPRING GOOSE HUNT

April 25th – May 16th

Saskatchewan spring snow goose hunts are the best spring snow goose hunting action you will ever see! On our spring hunts, you will have the opportunity to hunt snow geese on the last leg of their spring migration. They are much more relaxed and in a breeding mind set when they reach North Central Saskatchewan. This makes them very susceptible to decoys.

What’s Included?
• Meals
• Lodging
• Hunting License and Stamp
• Bird Cleaning and Packaging
• Guides and Spotters
• Shot Gun Shells (3 boxes per day) Additional shot gun shells will be available for $20. per box
• Knowledgable Guide, Decoys, Blinds, Calls & Any Other Necessary Equipment

What’s NOT Included?
• Air Fare
• Transportation to and from the airport
• Shot Gun
• GST 5%
• Tip & Gratuity (industry average is 10-15%)

What to bring?
• Weather appropriate clothing (Come prepared for any weather conditions. Average temperature is 30-80 degrees. Rain or shine, we’re in the blind.)
• Shot gun
• Capture your memories! Cameras are welcome: Store in a ziplock bag for safe keeping
• Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
• Alcoholic beverages for after hunt. Zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the field

RATES
Prices are per person. Check in is at 4PM the day before your first hunt. Check out is at 2PM on your last day (the last day is morning hunt only). We require a minimum of two hunters. Groups of 5 or more will have the lodge and field private.

Spring (Goose only) Pricing
3 day hunt = $1800
4 day hunt = $2400
5 day hunt = $3000
6 day hunt = $3600

LICENSING
Included in pricing. Will be provided.

Bag limits in Saskatchewan Canada for Waterfowl Hunting
Species
Daily Limits
Possession Limits
Light Geese (Snows & Ross)
20
Unlimited
IMPORTANT NOTE:
If you have any past criminal record, regardless of how long ago it was (including DUI/DWAI), please contact Citizenship and Immigration Canada PRIOR to booking your trip to check on any paperwork that may be necessary for your entry into Canada. Northern Skies Outfitters cannot be responsible for a hunter’s inability to enter Canada.  For more info, visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/inadmissibility/conviction.asp

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We recommend hunters fly in and out of Saskatoon. Depending on your arrival and departure flights, you might need to stay overnight in a hotel near the Saskatoon airport (overnight stays in Saskatoon are not covered in the price of your hunt).

GETTING GUNS INTO SASKATCHEWAN
The following is copied directly from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s website:

• Licensing and Registration Requirements – Firearm owner and users in Canada need a valid firearms license allowing them to possess firearms and a Canadian registration certificate for each firearm in their possession. A license issued under Canada’s Firearms Act is different from a provincial hunting license. Declare firearms in writing, in triplicate, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (form CAFC 909).  DO NOT sign the form, as you must sign in front of a Canadian customs official. If there are more than three firearms, a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Continuation Sheet (form CAFC 910) should be added. Once the declaration has been confirmed by the CBSA customs officer, it acts as a license for the owner and as a temporary registration certificate for the firearms brought to Canada. A confirmed declaration costs a flat fee of $25, regardless of the number of firearms listed on it. It is valid only for the person who signs it and only for those firearms listed on the declaration.

• Buying or Importing Ammunition – A confirmed Non-Resident Firearm Declaration will allow you to buy ammunition in Canada. As well, you may bring limited amounts into Canada with you.

For further information, go to Firearm Users Visiting Canada – Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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