Saskatchewan Goose Hunts & Duck Hunts

If you’re looking for a quality Saskatchewan duck and goose hunts, look no further! We provide a unique experience like no other. Feel free to give us a shout if you’d like more information.



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Canada Geese


Snow Geese



Saskatchewan Crane HuntsBay Prairie Outfitters(BPO & P, INC.) is licensed to operate in Saskatchewan, Canada , a bucket list location for every waterfowler.
We offer a 3-day Saskatchewan waterfowl hunt package with a minimum of 6 hunters for a private group. If less than 6 we reserve the right to add hunters to make up a group. If you prefer more than 3 days we can customize your hunt to meet your needs. The three day package includes:

3 guided morning Saskatchewan waterfowl hunts
2 guided afternoon duck or goose hunts
3 nights of lodging with meals
License and Stamp
Beretta A300 Outlander shotguns provided, shotgun shells included
Bird Processing

Normally our Saskatchewan duck and goose hunts are from Monday through Wednesday or Thursday through Saturday. However, we can now hunt on Sundays also. We are located 2 hours east of Regina in the lower eastern part of the province. However we operate in 5 zones and will go where the birds are to provide the best waterfowl experience possible. The zones are known for holding plentiful numbers of ducks, geese and cranes. Some of the best shooting experiences ever occur in Saskatchewan and we are in the heart of the flyway. We hunt over barley, peas and wheat fields mostly for mallards, Canada geese, snow geese, and cranes. Your waterfowl experience will begin by flying into the city of Regina and renting a car. That afternoon we will meet you at your lodging facility and will have your license and shells ready. ( Please remember our hunt package includes providing shotguns for your hunt so traveling will be less hassle. If you prefer bringing your own gun it’s not a problem). The next morning a continental breakfast will be provided and we will leave around 4:00 a.m. You will follow your guide to and from the field. We use only the best hunting equipment to insure a quality hunt for you. Decoys, willow blinds or layout blinds , calling, etc. will be provided. Normally the hunt will be over by 10:00 a.m. and we will return for lunch. Later that afternoon, we will go out on an afternoon duck hunt if you have not limited out that morning. Another option would be afternoon snow goose hunting. That evening a great dinner will be provided and we will awake you the next morning to begin again. The thrill of hunting waterfowl in Saskatchewan is a waterfowler’s dream. Book a hunt with us and experience dream come true!

DUCKS – Sept. 01 thru Dec. 15th
8 daily of which only three may be pintails. Possession: 3 day limit
DARK GEESE – Sept. 08 thru Dec. 15th
Includes Canada and white – fronted geese. Limit 8 daily of which only 3 may be white – fronted geese. Possession: 3 day limit
GEESE – WHITE GEESE – Sept. 01 – Dec. 15th
Includes white and blue phase snow geese and Ross’s geese. 20 daily limit. Possession : 60
SANDHILL CRANES – Sept. 01 – Dec. 15th
Limit 5 daily. Possession 3 day limit
THE HISTORY OF TEXAS GOOSE HUNTINGBay Prairie Outfitters has been in existence guiding waterfowl hunts since 1988. In 2014, I stopped doing hunts in Texas and decided to focus mainly in Canada where there are an abundance of birds during the months of September and October. My main goal has always been to provide quality hunts and service and it was no longer doable along the coast of Texas.  The migration has shifted outside of our areas, due to a variety of factors. Simply put, the quality of hunting in Saskatchewan is World Class!!! Once you do it you will want to keep coming back.  I greatly appreciate everyone who hunted with me in Texas and hope that they will consider following me up in Saskatchewan.Sincerely,Mike Ladnier – BPO & P, INC.

What We Offer

If you haven’t field hunted for mallards, you’re missing out in one of the great wonders of waterfowl hunting! Not only will you see large numbers of mallards, but various others species such as pintail, gadwall, widgeon, etc. Expect to see large amounts of ducks most years, especially on wetter years with a lot of moisture in the area. About half of our harvest in 2015 was ducks. Our Saskatchewan duck hunts are truly an experience.
Migrant Canada geese as well as locals are found here in abundant numbers. Most of our feeds are in the thousands, and we hunt Canada geese in Saskatchewan different ways, depending on the situation. We do target Canadas often for those who’re interested, and our success rate is quite high. Our Saskatchewan goose hunts can be incredible for seeing working birds.
We are located in a major flyway and staging area for traveling snow geese. We typically have them around in good numbers in the middle to later part of the season. Due to our 5 zones and LARGE areas to cover, those interested in hunting snow geese can expect to travel a bit more depending on the time of the year. Some years we’re covered up and other years they can hang north. It all depends on the migration.
For those interested in hunting cranes, we have them around all season and it gets better as the season progresses.  These are a weary and majestic bird that has amazing vision and flat out delicious.  We’ve been harvesting more and more every year up north, so for those interested they offer a unique style of hunting like no other.  A locked up crane over the decoys is a sight to see!
  • Ducks 51%
  • Snow Geese 10%
  • Canada Geese 31%
  • Cranes 8%

What You Need to Know…


You must have a passport.

Participation Agreement

Before participating in our hunts, we need all hunters to fill out our liability agreement release form.  Please print the following form and bring up with you.


Beretta A300 Outlander shotguns are provided as a convenience, with shotgun shells included.  If you do want to bring your own, we would recommend you bring two shotguns. One for back up just in case you have a malfunction problems. You will need to register your guns with U.S. Customs in order to bring them back over the border from Canada. Be sure your gun case is airline approved.


In order to bring shotguns into Canada, print out a Non-resident Firearm Declaration form CAFC 909.  This form needs to be filled out in triplicate. Do not sign. Wait until you are in front of a custom agent and then sign. Another way is to pre-register by calling 306-975-4755 ext. 2

If you have had any criminal offense, even a DUI, contact Beyond Borders Immigration Consulting Ltd. at 306-599-9295.

Saskatchewan Duck and Goose Hunting Photos

Saskatchewan Goose HuntsPRICING

Pricing Effective January 01, 2017:
Package Hunt – $2500.00
Waterfowl Hunting Package includes:

What You Need to Bring…

  • Camo Clothing, layered is ideal. Temps average 25 to 60 in Sept. & colder in Oct.
  • Waterproof clothing, gloves and warm boots
  • 12 ga. Shotgun 3 or 3.5″ (modified or improved) – We do provide shotguns to make it easy, but you CAN bring your own.
  • Face Mask
  • Camera
  • Calls – if you would like to participate please join in with the guide
  • Alarm Clock
  • Cooler for your birds
Saskatchewan Duck Hunting


What is included in your Saskatchewan waterfowl hunt?
  • Lodging and Meals
  • Three Guided Morning Hunts and
    Two Guided Afternoon Hunts
  • License and Stamp
  • Beretta A300 Outlander shotguns provided and Shotgun Shells (3″ provided)
  • Bird Processing (Birds will be breasted
    with one wing left on)
What is not included in your hunt?
  • Airfare
  • Airport Pickup
  • Transportation to and from the field
  • Alcoholic beverages
How do we book our hunt?
To book the dates of your choice, make reservations early. We usually do book out.
A 50% deposit is required to confirm reservations with the balance due no later than Aug. 15th.
We accept Checks, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.
Deposits are non refundable, cannot be applied to someone else’s balance nor applied to an upcoming season.

Mike and his crew do a great job. Our hunts are well planned and are based upon the scouting done the previous day. We hunt where the birds are staging. The food and accommodations are first class.

Charlie Watson

Picking a new area to hunt and especially a guide you have never met can be like playing The Price is Right TV show. Lots of money for the “eeny-meeny-miney-mo” game. My friends and family have hunted with Mike every year since that first pick. Never left without the birds, happy memories and a booking for the next year.

Stephen E. Titus

Mike and his crew have consistently delivered a quality hunting experience to my group for the past 8 seasons – scouting the birds, setting up blinds and decoys, and hunting where the birds are – a new custom hunt twice a day! You just can’t get this kind of hunting on your own back home.

Bruce West

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Jim Stone Man you guys shure have some awsome hunting stay hungry fore what you love two do and keep up all youre great work i hope yoire shooting is good be safe you guys09.03.2017 at 08:49 amLike
Bay Prairie Outfitters When is the best time to book your trip? Plan your 2017 hunt!02.03.2017 at 12:19 pmLike
Bay Prairie Outfitters Good times! Saskatchewan guided crane hunts.02.03.2017 at 10:56 amLike
Bay Prairie Outfitters Just booked another group for Saskatchewan.
Question is are you going to join us this fall?
23.02.2017 at 03:48 pmLike
Bay Prairie Outfitters When is the best time to book my trip in Saskatchewan?

I get this question all the time. Here’s my viewpoint on it. This is based on the areas that I'm allowed to guide under my outfitting license.

The answer is both months are good. It depends on when you can get away to hunt. If you come early you’re going to get a lot of local birds plus some migrating birds. When you get into October the migration will be in full swing.

Some think the best time is the last week in September and the first week in October.

That use to have some merit to it but not so any longer. I’ve been blessed guiding in Saskatchewan 10 years now and have seen lots of changes. I don’t believe that holds water anymore.

In September you can depend on Canada geese, mallards and sandhill cranes. Some snow geese. It’s all good!

Come October it will be Canada geese, mallards, sandhill cranes and snows. A lot of guys think don’t book past October 15th because everything will be froze up. This is not true. We are starting to see a lot more migration of birds between October 15th thru October 31st. In our area the snows really pick up from about October 10th till the end of October. I’m not saying it could not freeze but the last 5 years I’ve left with birds everywhere.

So what month works best for you?
Bay Prairie Outfitters added 2 new photos.
03.02.2017 at 01:19 pmLike