Deer and Bear Hunts
Manitoba Deer and Bear Hunting
King Buck Safaris brings 35 years of hunting outfitter and
guide experience to the avid hunter. Saskatchewan deer hunting,
bear hunting, moose hunts and other various types of Big Game
Trophy Hunts throughout western Canada. I purchased my Saskatchewan
whitetail deer hunting area in 1992. Our Canada deer hunting
and bear hunting operation as a full-fledged big game outfitter
for the past 16 years in Saskatchewan.
King Buck Safaris has consistently produced B/C whitetails
and black bears (including color phase) in both Saskatchewan
and Manitoba, Canada.
The Saskatchewan, Canada hunting Lodge is located 5 miles
south of Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan. The lodge can accommodate
up to 14 people at one time. Deer hunters are booked at eight
per week. ( maximum ).
All meals are home-cooked at our Saskatchewan lodge. Whitetail
hunters have access to a 52" screen T.V. for entertainment
after the days deer hunt is over. There is a bathroom and
shower downstairs for hunters' convenience.
We have deer hunting access to approximately 92,000 acres of
provincial forest and 10,000 acres of farmland area in and around
Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan. Trails are cleared to every tri-pod
deer stand. Whitetail hunters are dropped off at the base of
their stand and the site is baited with grain at the same time.
Whitetail hunters are taken in the morning to their deer stand
using a 4x4 Geo Tracker vehicle and then picked up in the evening.
Our area in Saskatchewan holds a very high density of deer.
One can expect to see anywhere from 10-30 deer in one day depending
on which deer stand is utilized for the deer hunt. There are
also bait sites with fewer deer numbers - these stands tend
to produce big whitetail bucks.
The deer stands are home-built 16 ft. tri-pod (patent pending)
with a 360 degree swivel seat and a shooting ring. The deer
stands have 'camo' enclosures with shooting windows for an unobsructed
view of the hunting site. This blind protects the deer hunter
from the elements. There is also a rug that goes on the platform
There are no heaters but if the deer hunter wishes to bring
their own they are welcome to do so. I personally don't like
the hissing noise that some heaters give off while in operation.
I ussually recommend a pair of boot blankets, hand warmers and
foot warmers or an enclosed body bag.
Deer hunters must keep in mind that record-book whitetails did
not get big from being stupid, so we have to have all the odds
in our favour. Deer hunters must not concentrate on just the
bait pile but also keep scanning the surrounding area. The majority
of my client's trophy whitetails were shot off to the side of
the deer baits ( 60-70 yards ) in heavy cover. Trophy Whitetail
Bucks tend to stand still while the does and smaller deer are
The average score of a Saskatchewan Whitetail is a 130-140 class
deer. HUNTERS BEWARE if any outfitters tell you the average
deer antler score is 150 B/C. This average score would only
be possible in a game hunting deer preserve.
'OUTCAMP' DEER HUNTS
Being Alberta born and operating in both Manitoba and Saskatchewan
for the past 16 years gives me the opportunity to definitely
promote the fact that Manitoba is a 'SLEEPIER' province for
trophy whitetail deer hunting in western Canada. Manitoba
deer hunting has been overlooked as a prime deer hunting destination
for years and is only now starting to gain recognition for
its abundance of trophy whitetails deer.
Manitoba, Canada deer hunting camp is located on the Manitoba/
Saskatchewan border north of the Porcupine Mountains in North
Western Manitoba, Canada. This tent camp is one that involves
fair chase of trophy whitetail deer unlike my Saskatchewan
deer camp which allows baiting for deer. This means that every
whitetail deer buck shot in this Manitoba camp will make the
record books if the deer antler score is high enough. As a
bonus, Deer hunters are allowed to take a timber wolf on their
Manitoba Outcamp deer hunt at no extra charge.
Manitoba outcamp has consistently produced trophy B/C whitetail
deer since it was opened in 1994. The 2 most distingiushing
features which separate this deer camp from any other whitetail
deer camps or area within Manitoba deer hunting area is the
fact that this whitetail deer hunting area has NATURAL MINERAL
LICKS. These mineral licks are anywhere from 1/4 to 1/2 an
acre in size. We have four such licks in the 30sq. mile area
where our deer hunts are conducted. These licks and the high
protein pea vetch plant both attribute to the whitetail deer
antler growth in this area. Now Remember these licks are truly
natural CANADIAN MINERAL LICKS not marketed deer products,
like 'Antler King' and similar products.
The second outstanding feature , which gives this
Manitoba deer camp a high rating, is the fact that the buck-to-doe
ratio is very high. Hunter ratios for this area are 3 whitetail
bucks to 1 doe.
Saskatchewan, Canada Deer Hunting Outfitter serving clients
Montana, Idaho, Alberta, Ontario, Minnesota, South Dakota,
North Dakota, Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, New York, Illinois,
Colorado, Nebraska, Utah, Kansas, Kentucky, California, Alaska,
British Columbia, Ontario