Hunting is predominately done over bait in Saskatchewan. Hunting is from tree stands, ground blinds, and natural ground blinds. Bow hunters hunt from tree stands only. Hunts run from Saturday to Saturday. Your hunt begins as we pick you up at the airport in Saskatoon. It is approximately a 3 ½ hour ride to camp, with a stop along the way for dinner. Evening is spent getting settled in. Mornings are pretty laid back with everyone getting up whenever they are ready and enjoying a leisurely breakfast. Sunday morning is spent checking the zero on your weapon. Other mornings can be enjoyed in a variety of ways; fishing, hiking, checking baits & trail cameras, or just relaxing. Lunch is the biggest meal of the day, and there is always plenty of great tasting food to be had. Plans are then formulated for the evening hunt. We suggest you pack a lunch to take with you on stand. We like to have our clients on stand and settled in no later than 3:00. Nightfall comes about 10:30 this far north, so be prepared for long sits in the stand. Bears are usually most active after 7:00, but you never can be certain when that trophy of a lifetime may come sneaking in for a snack. A light dinner is served after everyone returns from the evening hunt.