This scouting is essential because Saskatchewan, especially the hunting zones in Saskatchewan, provides one of the best terrains for waterfowl. Hunts are set up using prime decoy equipment and blinds. Before the hunt, the morning ritual starts with a continental breakfast and then it’s out to the fields for the morning goose hunt. This particular time is peak during duck season hunting as birds are active and the conditions are ideal. When the morning hunt is over, we head back to camp for a delicious hot breakfast made by our camp cook and some well-earned R&R!
Given the diverse landscapes, duck hunting in Canada, and specifically Saskatchewan, can be quite the adventure.
If you have your limit, you are welcome to hunt upland game birds such as Ruffled Grouse, Sharp-tails, and Hungarian Partridge or explore other hunting zones in Saskatchewan.
As the evening settles, and after a day full of experiencing duck hunting in Canada, we are back at the lodge for a hearty home-cooked meal and some stories from the field. Reminiscing about the day, from the unique terrains of hunting zones in Saskatchewan to the challenges of duck season hunting, makes the end of the day special.