Trophy Black Bear Hunting
Our exclusive guiding area for Saskatchewan trophy black bear hunting encompasses 140 square miles of the very best black bear habitat in northern Saskatchewan, a mix of Boreal forest, swamps and river bottoms.
A High Hunt Success Rate
We have about 30% colour phase bears and a high hunt success rate. Our guides have many years of bear guiding experience. We encourage our hunters to harvest older mature boars to keep the trophy quality high.
Your Hunting Experience
Your black bear hunt experience includes transportation from the airport, lodging, home cooked meals, guiding, and trophy preparation.
Hunts start around 2:00 p.m. and run until the end of legal shooting time. We supply all hunters with a two-way radio so they can be in contact with the guides. You can relax in the mornings or you can arrange boat rentals and guided fishing trips for Northern Pike and Walleye on a pay-per-day basis.
All Hunters will travel to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where one of our staff will pick them up and take them to camp.
Overnight accommodations in Saskatoon are the responsibility of the hunter. There are several hotels close to the airport that provide shuttle service.
Preparing Your Trophy
We will skin your trophy in the field and freeze the hide for you.
You have the choice of taking your trophy to a local taxidermist or bringing an extra duffle bag and taking the frozen hide home with you. If you choose to take the hide home with you, all risks and additional luggage costs are your responsibility.
Virtually all bear hunts in Saskatchewan are baited hunts. Baiting begins as early in the spring as the law and weather allow. We have a large number of trail cams out for our management use.
We use ladder stands and have also built special ground blinds from expanded metal we call ‘The Cage’ that can offer a greater sense of safety for inexperienced hunters. To see the cage in action, check out this Cody Robbins Live 2 Hunt video.