Saskatchewan Waterfowl Outfitters - Saskatchewan Deer Hunting
Non Resisdent and Canadian Resident Whitetail Deer Hunting in Saskatchewan Canada
The team at ProStaff Outdoors is excited to announce the addition of Whitetail deer hunting to our outfitting business. The area acquired is locted in North West Saskatchewan, in some of the world's best Whitetail Deer habitat. Our hunting area is approximately 75,000 acres of forest which backs on to farmland. We take pride in going great lengths to guarantee safe, top quality hunting experiences. We like to ensure that every hunter receives the best service and hospitality that we can possibly provide.
Add this to our years of hunting/guiding experience and the love of the sport, you will find nothing less but an unforgettable experience….
Lakefront chalets all have three bedrooms, with a queen size bed in each room. Each cabin includes fridge, range, microwave, TV, radio, a three piece bath, patio, gas BBQ, gas fireplace and electric heat.
In addition the camp also offers a heated maintenance building where hunters and guides can cape their animal and package meat. Meat packaging material will be provided by your guides, however a personal cooler must be provided for transporting meat back home. Take note, coolers can be purchased upon arrival.
The most common questions and concerns that first time deer hunters have.
What is the weather like and how cold is it when I will be hunting?
Saskatchewan fall and early winter seasons very from year to year. You might experience a range from mild, near freezing conditions to lots of snow and cold. Temperatures in the morning can range into the minus twenties but at Pro-Staff Outdoors we use stands with heaters which will keep you comfortable in extreme weather conditions.
What kind of stands do i use?
We use ladder stands, ground blinds, elevated blinds (8-10 feet up), double bow blinds and 1 man pop up tent blinds.
When is the Rut?
The rut in Saskatchewan can run any time in November. The pre-rut is usually the second week in November with bucks chasing. Does usually are not receptive. Week 3 and 4 in November usually brings the peak rut activity.
What Caliber of gun should i use?
The bucks in our area have enormous body size therefore you want something that will stop them in their tracts the most common caliber is a 300. 7mm and 30.06.
What happens to the trophy buck after i harvest Him?
When you harvest your trophy of a life time you have two options. First, we cape the animal and freeze the hide and clean up the skull for transport back home with you. Or, we cape the animal and ship it to a taxidermist within our province.
What are the normal tips?
Tips are not expected but they are appreciated. Our cooks and guides work very hard to make your hunt a trip of a lifetime. Most clients use 5-10% of the total cost of the hunt as a guide.
Is there airport transportation?
We do not supply airport transportation. It is your responsibility to get from the airport to the lodge. Once you arrive at the lodge we will take care of you after that.
Is alcohol allowed?
Alcohol is allowed in the camp, but it is not supplied, please bring your own.
Is there cell service?
There is cell service in all areas of our camp
Do you have radios?
Yes, we have radios to communicate between guides and hunters. This adds another safety and convenience factor