Tag Archives: hunting lodge Reindeer Lake

Understanding Moose Behavior Helps Get the Perfect Shot

Understanding Moose Behavior Helps Get the Perfect Shot

Saskatchewan is one of the continent’s top destinations for moose hunting. Here at the Lawrence Bay Lodge, our hunters have had an 80% opportunity at a Bull Moose. If you’re looking to bag your first (or your hundredth) moose on your next hunting trip, it pays to know a bit about moose behavior. Here’s our… Continue Reading

How to Identify Moose Calves, Yearlings and Cows

How to Identify Moose Calves, Yearlings and Cows

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… Continue Reading

Common Shooting Mistakes Hunters Make

Common Shooting Mistakes Hunters Make

Planning a hunting trip this fall? Make sure it’s a successful one by avoiding these common shooting mistakes hunters make: Not logging enough practice time One major hunting habit to break: taking out your rifle the day before hunting season and putting it away the day after. It may be hard to find the time… Continue Reading

Tips for Opening Day of Deer Season

Tips for Opening Day of Deer Season

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… Continue Reading

Everything You Need to Know About Moose Antlers

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… Continue Reading

A Few Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Moose

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… Continue Reading

The Rewards of Being a Professional Hunting Guide

The Rewards of Being a Professional Hunting Guide

Being a professional hunting guide is the kind of job some people give up their other job for, because they finally discover it’s the job they seem put on this planet to do. There’s a great sense of adventure to the job– the kind of job that combines leadership, being in nature, the thrill of… Continue Reading

The Top Ten Reasons to Plan a Vacation with Lawrence Bay Lodge

Lawrence Bay Lodge offers first-class fishing on Reindeer Lake in Saskatchewan. Besides fishing, the region is known for hunting, too. It’s a great place to escape to, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the city and suburbia. Here are 10 reasons to plan a trip with Lawrence Bay Lodge: 10- We’ve… Continue Reading

Best Meals to Cook When at a Hunting Camp

Best Meals to Cook When at a Hunting Camp

Lawrence Bay Lodge is located in a part of the world where there aren’t many people and there aren’t many stores. Northern Saskatchewan does, however, have plenty of prime hunting land, so it’s no wonder people come from all over the world to stay at Lawrence Bay Lodge and go on hunting adventures in the… Continue Reading

Spend Quality Time with Dad on a Saskatchewan Hunting Trip

Spend Quality Time with Dad on a Saskatchewan Hunting Trip

There’s something primal about hunting. For centuries men were hunters. They’d set out on the land to stalk their prey. They’d use primitive-but-effective weapons to kill animals that would then be used to feed their families and/or their villages. There was, and still is, a “thrill of the hunt.” Fathers and sons today often live… Continue Reading

?