Black Bear HuntingBlack Bear hunting at remote North Central Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Spring Black Bears
Our Black Bear hunting concession is located in remote North Central Saskatchewan. We have the exclusive outfitting rights to more than 400,000 acres of lakes, creeks and rivers all encompassed by a continuous thick forest comprised of Spruce, Pine and Aspen trees. This region is well known for not only the LARGE mature bear, but also it’s high population and color phases.
Our hunts offer modern accommodations, lots of home cooked food, transportation during the hunt, complete trophy care, as well as the professional attitude, guides and enthusiasm you expect when contracting your outfitted adventure.
- 100% Target mature bores
- Strong color phase potential
- Hunting conducted from both tree stands and ground blinds
- Shot distance ranges from 20-40 yards
Day 1 – Arrive in bear camp around 3:00 pm the day before you hunt is scheduled to start. This will give you time to shoot your weapon to assure nothing has moved from traveling. Rest, relax and make a plan for the following day.
Day 2 – Sleep in and relax! Due to the long spring days, we hunt mid day into late night because the sun keeps things bright until 10:00 pm. The bears tend to move better in the late afternoon and that is when we concentrate our efforts unless the trail cameras tell us different.
Day 7- Wake, eat and depart camp headed for home.