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Deer Hunt
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With the deer rut season on the horizon, the Big bucks criss-cross their territories and check out the deer bait stations for any does which may be ready.  Hunts are conducted from tree stands or ground blinds in the provincial forests where deer are baited with a high quality feed. Bucks in the 160 range are common with Monster Bucks in the 180 to 200 plus range being seen weekly.
The deer hunting area is in the Saskatchewan provincial forest, with lakes, streams and rivers throughout. With a ready supply of water combined with an ample supply of feed in the area and not to distant agricultural fields, the deer attain massive horn growth at an early age. The quality of this area for large bucks is supported by the quantity and size of Trophy Bucks harvested annually.

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Deer 2018 Hunts, Prices per person in U.S. Funds






. 1 1 $5,500.00/hunter negotiable
*Deposits are non-refundable but may be transferable*

Included in price:
Button Transportation to and from Saskatoon
Button Home cooked meals
Button Guide service
Button Heated ground blinds
button Field dressing, skinning, quartering and caping of your trophy
Button Licenses  
       Available at additional cost:
       Button Hunting and cold weather gear
       Button Shipping of your trophy and cap to any destination point desired

Hunters arrive at the camp on Sunday.
All hunts begin Monday morning and end at noon Saturday.

Bookings to be done at least 30days in advance (deposit due at this time)

Book your hunts by phone or e-mail.

Your dates will be held for fourteen days pending receipt of deposit.
Receipts will be mailed to you immediately confirming your booking and hunt.

Contact Information:

By Mail: By Telephone: By Email:

Trent Gagne
P.O. Box 369
Glaslyn, SK
S0M 0Y0

Trent (306)883-7214

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