Saskatchewan Bear Hunt 10518
Saskatchewan is well known for boasting one of the best populations of black bear in the world. For hunters who are intent on harvesting trophy bruins this is a destination that needs to be considered. A 6-foot mature boar weighing up to 300 pounds with a 20-inch skull is considered a true trophy. That is not an unreasonable expectation here and they have taken a number of such bears each year. Their largest to date was over 7-foot, weighing in at over 500 pounds. Their record skull size is 21 7/8 inches Pope and Young. Not only do they produce great trophy bears but also many color phase bears. In fact, it is estimated that more than 35% of the bears here are a color phase. You could see a chocolate, cinnamon, or even a blonde phase bear on your hunt. Eastern hunts tend not to have color phase bears or if they do not in nearly this great of numbers. Hunts are on private land with well-established bait sites. You are welcome to hunt with firearms or archery and they are well adept to providing good archery set ups. With years of experience in this area they know exactly how to set up on big spring bears and catch them in daylight. Most hunters see multiple bears per sit. This hunt is set up to be all inclusive. You need to get to Saskatoon and spend the night. The next morning, they will pick you up and take you to bear camp. From then on you are taken care of. A comfortable well-appointed lodge awaits with excellent meals. Your license, tags, and taxes are all included in the price.