Baited Black Bear Hunt

Trophy Baited Black Bear Hunt in Saskatchewan

  • HFEO8
  • Canada
  • Saskatchewan
  • May 2020 - May 2020
  • Archery/Rifle
  • Bear - Black
  • Isaiah Joner
  • (435) 865-1020
  • isaiah@huntinfool.com
  • Active
  • 12/5/2019
Expectations
  • 100%
  • 6.5'
  • Easy
Pricing
  • $3500
  • $3,500.00
  • $3,500.00
Licenses and Permits
  • General (OTC)
Description

Hunts take place during May and early June in the midst of the black bear rut. All hunts are 6-day guided trips that start by arriving in camp Sunday afternoon and hunting through until the following Saturday. Over the course of your hunt, you can expect to see many different bears, with shot opportunity being 100% to date. The average size of the bears harvested is around 6.5'. With some patience, taking a bear over 7' is possible. For guys who are looking for a color phase bear, this outfitter has them all. Their outfit is 1 bear per hunter. This promotes proper bear management and sustains a healthy population of big, mature boars within their hunting concession. The biggest bear taken with this outfitter in the spring of 2019 weighed 482 lbs. and squared 7’ 6”.

Fishing season opens May 15th every year. This outfitter's lodge is a stone's throw away from the shores of Lac Des Isles Lake where their guests have the opportunity to head out fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye in the morning before their evening hunt. They also offer half and full-day guided fishing charters for those who are interested once they've taken a bear.

Hunt Length

6 days

Hunt Types
  • Endorsed Outfitters
  • Fully-Guided
Hunt Methods
  • ATV
  • Baited
  • Boat
  • Spot and Stalk
  • Treestand
Accommodations
  • Cabin
  • Lodge
Inclusions
  • Hunt Transportation
  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Taxes
Exclusions
  • License
Travel Notes

The lodge is located a short drive from Goodsoil, Saskatchewan. Lodging is fully modern with individual rooms for hunters and couples. Guests are recommended to fly into Saskatoon or Edmonton International Airport. From the lodge, it is 370 km to Saskatoon and 352 km to Edmonton. Both of these routes are paved highways the whole way. Hunters are responsible for their transportation from the airport to camp. Airport pickup is offered at an additional fee. Special room rates are available at select hotels near both of these airports to stay at on either end of your trip. The majority of hunters rent vehicles and drive from the airport.

Openings

6 Openings May 3, 2020