Category: Hunting

Tips on Preparing Big Game for Taxidermy

Guided Hunting Trips in Saskatchewan

Many hunters choose to taxidermy game of all types and sizes. A trophy mount is an excellent way to celebrate a successful hunt and memorialize the hard work you did and the fun you had doing it! Because there’s such great opportunity to hunt particularly big game—like bull moose and bear—here in Saskatchewan, we’ve put… Read more »

A Hunting Trip: Just What the Doctor Ordered

Guided Hunting Trips in Saskatchewan

People love hunting for a lot of different reasons. It’s a great way to spend time with nature and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the world. It promotes mental relaxation and allows you to channel some of your more primitive instincts in an exciting, liberating way. But did you know that… Read more »

How to Identify Moose Calves, Yearlings and Cows

Moose Facts

Moose-hunting season is upon us! Are you ready for a successful hunt? Even for highly experienced hunters, it can be difficult to tell the difference between moose calves, yearlings and cows; however, it’s a vital skill for optimal hunting success. Here’s our handy guide: Facial features Calves, which are defined as one year old or… Read more »

Tips for Opening Day of Deer Season

Deer Hunting Tips

Deer season is coming up! Are you ready? Here are some handy tips for the opening day of deer season: Preparation is key Make sure to sight in before opening day, so you’ll be confident in your shots. Other prep steps: make a comprehensive, written packing list before you hunt and shop early for all… Read more »

How You Can Use Your Hunting Skills for Fishing

Similarities of Hunting and Fishing

If you love the great outdoors and the thrill of the catch as much as we do, you’re probably seeking any opportunity to put your sportsman’s skills into practice. If you’re already an avid hunter, you can use your hunting skills for fishing, and vice versa. Here are some common skills to both sports: Reading… Read more »

Questions to Ask a Moose-Hunting Guide

What to ask your moose hunting guide

If you’re thinking of booking a moose-hunting guide, it pays to know the right questions to ask. Asking smart questions can make a big difference to the success of your hunt. For example: How long have you been in business? A more experienced outfitter will likely know the ins and outs of managing the logistics… Read more »

Benefits of Mixing Up Hunting Targets

Why You Should Mix Up Hunting Targets

No matter how long you’ve been hunting, if you’re like most of us, you need to practice. Whether you’re a newbie, a longtime weekend hobbyist or a lifelong hunter, you can benefit from mixing up your hunting targets when you practice. The biggest benefit of mixing up your hunting targets? Improved accuracy. You might say,… Read more »

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

How to Track Animals in Difficult Terrain

Do you want to improve your chances of tracking animals down during your next hunting trip? One of the most effective ways to do it is by learning how to spot different signs that will show you which way animals are moving. This can be hard to do, especially when you’re dealing with a tougher… Read more »

Helpful Cookbooks for Hunters

Hunting can be an excellent source of food. A single moose can help feed an entire family for days and days on end. But after just a few days, your family is going to get tired of eating your game meat if you don’t find a way to mix it up and make it in… Read more »

Scent Detection During Hunting

Your scent matters for hunting – a lot. In fact, humans have an odor that many animals can easily detect. Even the best camouflage can’t fool a deer or moose. Yet scent control is easy to overlook. Many hunters are guilty of overlooking this and they end up paying the price by not seeing any… Read more »

How to Prep for a Hunting Trip

For hunters, there’s nothing like the excitement leading up to a hunting trip. But there can also be anxiety if you’re not sure how to properly prepare. So what should you do before you leave? Pack an emergency kit Emergency situations may be rare, but they can happen. And a small problem can become a… Read more »

Fire Safety When Cooking Outdoors

Camping season is ramping up, and so is the need of many campers to cook outside. Cooking and grilling outdoors may be routine for some, but it can also be dangerous if proper fire safety precautions aren’t followed. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, nearly 3,800 people are injured by grill fires annually in… Read more »