Here is a breakdown of our Saskatchewan, Canada, fully guided waterfowl hunting packages. We want you to be assured there will be no surprises and no hidden costs. The all-inclusive package is the most popular and includes everything so you do not have to worry about the minor details or extra unknown expenses, It also includes great service and lots of little details! The guiding only package is for the no frills hunter that is willing to clean his own birds and take care of his own food, lodging, Lic. etc. Guiding only hunters must have a min. of 6 hunters in their group. All-Inclusive hunters can book with no minimum group size but will be added to a full group. A full group is 6-8
Prairies Edge Outfitting Duck and Goose Hunts Weekly Schedule:
The Hunting in Saskatchewan
Due to high demand and many returning hunters each year it is highly recommended that you try and book your hunt before January if possible. Prairies Edge Outfitting is dedicated to offering the highest possible level of customer service. We make every effort to provide our hunters with not only the best waterfowl hunting trip available, but also complete satisfaction overall. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Yes we rent Franchi (made by Benelli) semi-auto 12gauge shotguns for $50/day/gun, a rental agreement must be signed prior to using the firearm
We can book hunts from 1 single hunter to a maximum of 24
There is no best time, we hunt from early Sept. until late Oct every year and no matter when you come, rest assured we will give you the best waterfowl hunting opportunity available at that time. That being said historically there has been better times for specific species.
Yes 3 days limit of birds can be brought home as long as the hunter that shot the birds is accompanying them in transit, however shipping is illegal. We have coolers available for purchase and will pack them for airline transport at the end of your trip.
The only way you can bring your dog is if you book a private group, the reason for this is to avoid conflict with any other hunters that may have different ideas about dog handling. Also lodging arrangements will need to be discussed prior to the hunt.