Category: Moose Hunting

The Health Benefits of Moose Meat

Most people are familiar with the health benefits that come along with eating staples like beef, chicken, and pork. But did you know that there are tons of health benefits of eating moose meat, too? While it might not be as readily available at the supermarket, you should strongly consider adding more moose meat to… Read more »

Common Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

Each fall, thousands of men and women spend hours hunting. Most of them have a great time; while others make mistakes, which end up costing them to miss the buck they were close to harvesting. To get you moving in the right direction, watch for these three deer hunting errors: Switching to a different stand… 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 »

Moose Hunting Tips

For avid hunters, there’s nothing like a moose hunting trip. But how do you make sure your trip is a successful one? Here are some tips to follow for your moose hunt. Know where to go Finding the best area to hunt is key to bringing home a prize moose. First, try to steer clear… Read more »

Advice for New Hunters

Hunting is not a simple sport. You cannot wander into the wilderness and hope for the best. Hunting takes skills, strategy, knowledge, confidence, equipment, and the list goes on. For people that are new to hunting, there are important things to remember, understand, and practice. Buy the Right Equipment Hunting requires a decent amount of… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Moose Antlers

The largest members of the deer family, moose are some incredibly large creatures with antlers that reach six feet in length and 40 lbs. in weight. The size of a moose’s antlers is a show of their status and strength, especially during mating season. Antler Loss Bull moose lose their antlers every winter, growing a… Read more »

[Infographic] Moose Behaviors

Want to know more about moose behaviors for your upcoming hunt with us? Take a look at our infographic we just created!

A Few Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Moose

A favorite meal here at Reindeer Lake, moose meat is a great alternative to the usual chicken, pork and beef in our diets. With a wide range of health benefits and a delicious flavor, it is no wonder that hunters love to visit Saskatchewan to try their hand at taking down a bull moose. Prevalent… Read more »

Why Moose Are the Perfect Animals for Taxidermy

At Lawrence Bay Lodge, we pride ourselves on having some of the best moose hunting in Saskatchewan. About 90% of our hunters have had the opportunity to take a bull moose. We hunt moose during the peak of the rut, which is just starting right now in mid-September. Calling in a big Bull Moose during… Read more »

Why Spending Time Outdoors is Good for Your Health

A visit to Lawrence Bay Lodge is a chance to enjoy the great outdoors, and spending time outdoors is good for your health. Sunlight helps boost your vitamin D levels. Epidemiologic studies suggest that exposure to sunlight may have protective effects against everything from osteoporosis to cancer to depression to heart attacks and stroke. Time… Read more »

Lawrence Bay Lodge is Proud To Announce- No Price Increase For 2013!

  Lawrence Bay Lodge is proud to announce no price increases for the 2013 season. That’s right; the same low rates people enjoyed in 2012 will stay true through 2013. This includes no price increase at our two outposts too, Pagato or Kamatsi Lake.   Our trips to our main lodge on Reindeer Lake always… Read more »