Turtle River Whitetail Outfitters Inc offers Rifle/Muzzleloader/Archery Whitetail Deer Hunts to a limited number of discriminating clients looking for an opportunity to bag a trophy class animal.
All our rifle/muzzleloader/archery deer hunts are done under the rules of fair chase as there are no high fences. Our whitetail hunts were created for the sole purpose of providing the hunter with a high quality and exclusive hunting experience like no other. All food, lodging, guides, field dressing, stands, caping and antler preparation, shipping container, transportation to and from the stand locations.
Hunting Gear Checklist
Bringing Guns Into Canada
Canadian laws require that every visitor to Canada bringing firearms must comply with a registration process.
Non-Resident Firearms Declaration Forms are available at the Canadian Firearms website.
The Non-Resident Firearms Declaration Form CAFC 909 EF, and it’s continuation sheet Form CAFC 910 EF (you will need ADOBE Reader to view these forms) must be presented in triplicate, unsigned, to a customs officer at your first point of entry into Canada (NOTE do not sign them until you are present in front of the Canadian Customs officer).
The fee for this Non-Resident Firearms Declaration process is twenty five ($25.00) Canadian dollars.
If you have had an impaired driving or other criminal charge, your ability to cross borders can be impaired. Please verify your ability to enter Canada before booking a hunt.
Wounded Animal Policy
If an animal is wounded and not recovered immediately your hunt will stop until your guide/outfitter decides differently.
We need enough time to make every effort possible to retrieve wounded animals before your hunt can continue. This is the law for hunting in Saskatchewan and it stops the unnecessary waste of big game animals. We follow all game laws in Saskatchewan so please do not ask us to do otherwise.