Moose Hunting in Saskatchewan

The moose hunting in our area of Saskatchewan has been remarkable for at least the past five years.

In fact, approximately 90% of our hunters have had the opportunity to take a bull moose. This kind of success is no accident; we have quality guides, a large hunting area, access to remote lakes by floatplanes and a willingness to relocate hunters to ensure success.

Accommodations of the Hunt

Hunters should be prepared to stay overnight at a tent camp or at one of our outpost cabins.

You may also return to the main lodge, if you prefer. After you have your bull, there are several other great experiences at Lawrence Bay Lodge, including fishing trips on Reindeer Lake.

Keep in mind while fishing guides cost extra, the local flying, food and moose licenses are included with your stay.

Gear to Bring

Bring a familiar rifle, a reliable sleeping bag, warm clothes (including good boots and gloves), a white or orange outer suit and flashlight.

The average temperatures in the area range from 20 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

If moose hunting in Canada sounds like your idea of an exciting vacation, we would love to have you stay with us. While we can’t promise everyone will bag a moose, with our success rates, you can expect plenty of opportunities. Beyond hunting and fishing, we promise a relaxing stay at Lawrence Bay Lodge.

Regardless of what type of trip you are planning, head to Saskatchewan for an unforgettable experience. For more information about booking your stay, contact us today for additional details!