Canada Waterfowl Hunting, Saskatchewan Waterfowl Hunting, Saskatchewan Duck Hunts

Safari River Outdoor’s unique location provides the waterfowl hunter with high action, productive waterfowl hunts within minutes of camp.  Ducks Unlimited Canada manages the Little Jackfish Project and numerous other wetland initiatives in the immediate area.  The support of DUC and other local waterfowl organizations make Safari River Outdoor’s waterfowl hunting area one of the best.

hunters with birds

 " We had a Great time!! Everything was even better than I pictured in my head. Allan and his wife made you feel just like you were sitting around the dinner table with family and a lot of fun to be around! The bear hunt was very exciting and the waterfowl was the best I have ever had (and I hunt waterfowl a lot.)" 

Trey Woodart

Duck Hunts

During a typical week of duck hunting in Saskatchewan opportunities for ducks include Mallards, Bluebills, Ringnecks, Widgeons, Gadwals, Pintails, Shoveller, Greenwing and Bluewing Teals, Canvasbacks, Redheads, Goldeneyes and Bufflehead. What our duck hunters continually comment on is the variety of both species and habitat. 90% of our ducks are taken over water. We use portable blinds for our pond shoots and 18 foot War Eagle Boats for the open water. Most groups on a 4 day trip will take 10 to 11 different species. Grouse hunting is also available after the September 15 opener.

            Waterfowl Photo Gallery (click here)

Goose Hunts

To switch things up, we also have the option to include some great goose hunting.  Greater and Lesser Canadas, Speckle-Bellies and Snows, with the greater Canadas making up about 80% of the harvest. Most all our goose hunts take place in the farmland using both layout and willow blinds and bigfoot and shell decoys. The Specks and Snows generally do not show up until mid-September. All goose hunting is in the morning and we get between 1 and 3 goose shoots per 4 day trip.




All of our guides are experienced hunters, skilled callers, and fun to hunt with.  Our guides put all of their effort into making sure that their clients have a safe, successful, and enjoyable hunting trip.   Please remember how hard your guide works.  A tip to your guide is customary. 


Price Schedule 2016

Bird hunt (fully guided)

Price: $3500 per hunter, non-hunter: $275/day


Combination hunts available upon request

All prices are in U.S. funds, and include: meals, accommodation, outfitting guides, trophy care, field transport, taxes and license fees.


Daily Bag Limits
8 geese/day 16 possession
8 ducks/day 16 possession
10 grouse/day 20 possession

*bag limits are subject to change


Ammunition can be purchased at the lodge.

Read the fine print!

All our hunts are booked with a 50% deposit with the balance payable 2 months before the scheduled start date. For trips booked several years in advance a $500 deposit will be required at booking and an additional amount equal to the remainder to bring the total up to 50% will be due no later than December 15 the year prior to the hunt. All hunters must sign our outfitter/client contract. All our hunts are fully guided and include meals, accommodation, bedding, field transportation and trophy care.

All payments are non refundable after Jan.1 of the year of the hunt. Cancellations prior to Jan.1 of the hunt year will incur a $100 service fee.

There are 3 steps to booking a trip with us and are as follows:

  1. reserve by telephone the dates you want.
  2. send in a 50% deposit to arrive within 14 days of your telephoned reservation.
  3. please print a copy of our liability waiver and either mail, fax or bring with you when you come to camp. All hunters must read and sign a copy of our liability waiver before they will be allowed to hunt.

Note: if you are leaving a message for us do leave all your phone numbers so that we can confirm your reservation.

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