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THINGS TO BRING

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Keeping in mind your hunt is classed as a extreme hunt we suggest you are prepared and bring the following.

Bear Hunt

Usually from a tree stand however from ground blind if requested

  • Rifle , bow , cross bow or muzzle loader
  • Tree hooks / screws
  • Scent free insect repellant / therma cell (best)
  • Mag-light / head-light
  • Camo face mask
  • Blaze orange or red cap and vest if using a rifle
  • Camera / Video
  • Bow or muzzle loader hunters camouflage clothing (if using a bow , cross bow or muzzle loader) evenings can be cool so layer clothing
  • Pee bottle with lid
  • Insulated rubber boots or scent free boots, scent off spray.
  • 2 pairs of light gloves
  • House shoes (in lodge)
  • Cell phone (with international roaming) and additional battery pack
  • Rain gear
  • Bear spray for bow hunters (can be purchased in Saskatoon)
  • Passport
  • Fishing pole ?
  • A large insulated cooler if transporting hide home
  • LFA - polypropylene clothing base layer is recommended along with merino wool ( lighter version )
  • Ozonics Ozone generator to eliminate scent & dry wash bag

Whitetail Deer Hunt

Usually from a ground blind tent or tree stand in some circumstance

  • Your favorite big game rifle / shooting stick)
  • Loose fitting 2 pcs winter clothing quiet material (multi layering recommended) base layer is recommended along with merino wool and wind breaker, Heated Body Suit
  • Loose warm gloves & mitts / muff & red or blaze orange head gear
  • Very loose fitting boots 2 sizes bigger (Sorel type with felt insulation) and boot blankets (not tight leather)
  • Hand and foot warmers (hot packs)
  • Face mask & goggles (for ATV ride into stands)
  • Small thermos
  • Red or blaze orange winter cap / head sock (we supply)
  • Pee bottle (doesn't need to be fancy)
  • Small screw in gear hooks
  • Blaze orange vest or white Jacket or coveralls to fit over your clothing
  • Small back pack
  • Foot rug approx. 20" x 24 ?
  • Mini mag-lite / head-light
  • House shoes (lodge)
  • Light pull rope (if using a tree stand)
  • Binoculars ?
  • Passport
  • Cell phone (with international roaming) and additional battery pack
  • Rattling horns / grunt tube
  • 2 feet of string or zip ties ? (to fasten license)
  • Trail camera ?
  • Shooting stick ?
  • Ozonics Ozone generator to eliminate scent & dry wash bag


Pro Tip!

If you are flying we recommend arriving in Saskatoon one day in advance (Saturday) in case your luggage arrives late. For more info regarding rules www.enviroment.gov.sk.ca.

If you have never hunted in Saskatchewan previously you require a HAL certificate. This is good for life time but we need a picture of your drivers license to apply for it prior to purchasing your hunting license. Take a picture and email to trevor@pelicanlakeoutfitters.com.