Whitetail Deer Hunting
Our hunts are done over bait to ensure plenty of deer activity near your stand location. We start our intensive baiting program several weeks prior to the season to ensure that the deer are accustomed to frequenting our bait sites. Each site is maintained regularly throughout the season to hold the deer in the areas we want them and to ensure you are hunting an active bait location. We also utilize trail cameras to help keep track of the big boys.
The majority of our stands are elevated box blinds that offer a full 6’4” of standing room making for a much more comfortable day on stand. These are great as they can be heated if necessary and offer an elevated view of the bait location taking the forest undergrowth out of your line of sight. We also utilize enclosed ground blinds as well as climbing tree stands if the situation dictates.
Prior to your hunt we do everything in our power to increase your odds of taking a trophy buck. During the week most hunters will have numerous opportunities to harvest a 125” – 150” buck. Our goal is to have you take a mature buck with heavy horns, many of which will score well beyond this. These deer may have any number of points but the real giveaway is usually a big body and heavy horns. The younger deer may have nice 5 X 5 or bigger racks and would make a fine trophy most anywhere but these are the real giants of the future which we want to leave so they can reach their potential. The trick is that you usually have to let a lot of nice immature deer walk until you see a real mature Saskatchewan buck. In the end it is your hunt and you do have the choice to harvest any deer you want.
To help encourage harvesting only mature deer, we offer a $500.00 credit towards your hunt next year should you choose not to fill your tag.
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