Once again, I am struck with the uniqueness of each fall. It was on the warm side, and dry, which made my life less stressful…but the most interesting thing was that we had a steady SE wind for nearly two weeks.
Some years we are fighting weather issues but 2022 was kind.
Our early hunt has typically had the best success but that was not the case this fall. Our dry cycle has continued so the birds were bunched on the big lake. We are thankful for the good snow goose shoot, and a good grouse hunt, but otherwise it was a di
Even now, at the end of October, I am surprised at the magnitude of the pandemic. In Saskatchewan we are still in pretty good shape. The bright spot in our hunting is the upland game bird population. Dry springs are a bonus for them. We have had three dr
We had a solid season through-out and some spectacular things happened - like one of our hunters, after they had their limit of snows, sat up and grabbed a goose with his hands, looked it in the eye and then let it fly away.
I am continually amazed at how unique each fall is. Thankfully, waterfowl still migrate. Two years ago, we got rained out. This year, it did not rain on us one day. I don't mean to say we had perfect weather. We had unprecedented cold the last we
Dan and I were really looking forward to the Fall of 2017 and it didn’t disappoint. We shot 100 snows on Sept. 22 - which is the earliest that has ever happened for us.
When we could get to the spot, duck decoying was spectacular. Snows do finish better with full body decoys, and although we didnâ��t get as much practice using them as we hoped, we do feel like we are really prepared to dominate snow geese again.
We are pleased to say that we had another good outfitting season in spite of some strange conditions. There was water standing everywhere from last year but this summer southern Saskatchewan had a drought until late July and then got more than six inches
As we reflect on the fall, we conclude that this is our best season in our 15 year history. Several of our groups averaged over 100 birds per day. There were a lot of happy "campers" around.