Saskatchewan Black Bear Outfitters

Cooks Outfitting: Saskatchewan Black Bear Outfitters

We offer Spring Black Bear hunts with various color phases. We hunt over well-placed locations using ladder stands which can be used for rifle, muzzleloader, shotgun and archery. We transport our clients with ATVs to our stands and hunt until dark. We offer a Six Day Guided Black Bear Hunt (Monday – Saturday), in which we take a maximum of 5 Bear Hunters a week. Our Spring Bear Hunting Season runs in the months of May & June. We hunt black bear on a specially allocated outfitting area (Approx. 12000 acres) in the Forest and Fringe area. Black Bear Outfitter References are available upon request. See successful hunt images and trail cam photos on our Types of Hunts Portfolio Page or in our Photo Gallery. If you are looking for information on Whitetail Deer Hunts in Saskatchewan – visit our Whitetail Deer Hunt Page – click here.

6 Day Guided Black Bear Hunt Canada

The black bear hunting guided package includes guiding to and from well placed baited stands, home cooked meals, accommodation, taxes, and complementary caping of your trophies. A black bear hunt package does not include Flight costs, transportation to and from camp to the airport, gun/bow, ammunition, hunting clothes, personal items (such as soap, etc..). to learn more about what to wear and what to bring on your black bear hunt in Canada please visit our FAQ page – click here. To secure your black bear guided hunting bookings, please contact us as early as possible. Booking will be confirmed by your deposit.

Book A Black Bear Hunt in Saskatchewan Canada

6 Day Guided Black Bear Hunt is $3500 U.S. Plus License

To reserve a spot for a black bear hunt in Saskatchewan, Canada it will be required to pay a 50% deposit with the balance due 30 days before the scheduled hunt date. The deposit is non-refundable but can be transferred to the following year. This must be done at least 30 days before the hunt.

Wound policy

The wounding policy is in place to ensure that when you come to camp your weapon is sighted in and you are proficient with it. Every effort will be made to find a wounded animal. In the event that the animal is not recovered, a $1000 fee will be required to continue hunting. Losing an animal is the last thing that anyone wants.

If you have any questions regarding our Saskatchewan Whitetail Outfitters services, please do not hesitate to call or e-mail us anytime! Visit our Contact Us now page for contact information – click here.