FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Hunters traveling by commercial airlines will need to fly into the Saskatoon or Edmonton International Airport.
Remember to book your rental car early to ensure availability.
The weather conditions in Saskatchewan can greatly impact a waterfowl hunt, being properly prepared is the key to a comfortable, enjoyable hunt.
Average temperatures for the mont of April are lows of 29 and highs of 52
Average temperatures for the mont of May are lows of 39 and highs of 65
Average temperatures for the month of September are lows of 39 and highs of 72
Average temperatures for the month of October are lows of 26 and highs of 58
RAIN AND SNOW
Typically we get very little rain throughout the fall hunting season, however we can count on at least 2 or 3 rainy day hunts throughout September and October. Prairie Limits Outfitters always hunt rain or shine, so come prepared to weather some rain if need be. There is always a chance of snow in Canada, particularly in the latter part of October so come prepared to hunt in below freezing temperatures.
HOW TO DRESS FOR THE WEATHER
A high quality, moisture wicking long underwear is a must for every hunter, we highly recommend wearing two layers of clothing for typical hunting conditions and bringing a third outer layer for those extra cold, frosty mornings. Bringing a baseball style cap as well as a beanie will keep you covered in both hot and cold conditions. Footwear is critical in the cold as laying in a goose blind for an extended period of time can cause toes to freeze, if you do not want to bring two sets of footwear a good idea is to bring an extra pair of heavy socks or heat packs to add to the boots if needed. Having a small backpack or blind bag with you helps when you need to add or remove layers.
Remember to bring:
Be prepared for both warm and cold weather, to ensure you get the most out of your waterfowl hunting experience in Canada. For clothing, bring lots of layers, gloves, headgear and footwear suited to waterfowl hunting and our unpredictable weather conditions.
Two pairs of quality footwear
Cooler (for transporting meat or trophy bird to mount)
Blind bag or small back pack
Face mask or face paint
WHAT'S INCLUDED WITH MY TRIP?
All the equipment needed for your hunt is included in your trip such as state of the art goose hunting decoys and blinds.
Hunting license and federal stamp
Fully guided trips include your guide fee, shells, and use of PLO's experienced hunting dogs
Our Premier trips include all the great benefits of our Fully guided trip, as well as rental of a Benelli firearm and transportation to/from the field (must have 4 hunters)
Washer and dryer are available for use
Canadian taxes (GST and PST)
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN MY TRIP?
All hunters are responsible for the following as they are not included:
Airfare or travel expenses
Firearm (Check here for information on transporting into Canada) - firearm rental available for $175
Transportation to and from the field - Please call Brian Cramer to arrange airport transportation and for pricing (248) 521.1637
Gratuities for your experienced Prairie Limits Outfitters guides (industry standard is 15-18%)