Think Big in Saskatchewan: Canada's Hunting Hotspot
Looking for big adventure? Big game? You'll find both here in Canada's hunting hotspot. Saskatchewan's southern prairie landscape and northern wooded regions create an incomparable and diverse wildlife habitat.
Millions of geese and the largest duck population in Canada and the US attract waterfowl hunters. Upland game bird hunting for pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge is also excellent. Visiting big game enthusiasts hunt white-tailed deer, moose and black bear. Limited hunting of antelope, mule deer and elk is restricted to Saskatchewan residents to help manage the populations.
Over 200 experienced hunting outfitters provide expertise and guidance through the diverse habitat and wide open spaces of Saskatchewan, making your first-rate Canadian hunting experience one that you’ll never forget. At least until your next visit.
How to Purchase a Hunting Licence
There are three ways to purchase a hunting licence:
1. online through your personal computer any time;
2. through private issuers, Ministry of Environment and select provincial park offices; or
3. by phone at 1-855-848-4773 (8am-9pm).
Customers who want to purchase a big game licence online from home, must first obtain a convenience pack of seals to complete the transaction. A convenience pack of six seals is free and can be obtained from a private issuer, a Ministry of Environment office or select provincial park office. Once you have them, you can complete your transactions online, 24 hours a day. For further licencing information visit: www.environment.gov.sk.ca/licences.
Think BIG. Think Saskatchewan.