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North Sask is nestled in the famous Boreal Forest in Northeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a family owned and operated hunting preserve, and encompasses almost 1000 acres of prime hunting preserve. Hunters will find some of the largest Elk, White-tail and Fallow deer, Russian Boar, Buffalo, and Caribou in this preserve. Because of the lush forest and fertile meadows in this area, there is an abundance of natural cover making it appealing to the wildlife. From the inexperienced to the veteran hunter – find your trophy at North Sask.
Plan to enjoy this Five Star Lodge of natural pine construction, set in the rustic elegance and incomparable beauty of Saskatchewan landscape and lying just across from a stocked trout pond. You’ll find the two-story lodge, with its cathedral ceilings and trophy décor not only relaxing and enjoyable but very comfortable and inviting. There is sa central living area where hunters like to sit and visit and swap stories. As you snuggle into your comfortable bed at night, you may just hear the call of the wilderness wolves. After a great night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast, you will be ready to go out and get your trophy. The extraordinary meals star fabulous Canadian cuisine including favorites like Bison steak, tender Elk roasts, Whitetail deer medallions in mushroom sauce, or possibly venison stew.
From management elk to world class bulls exceeding 500 inches can be taken. Superior genetics and scientific management practices ensure a good supply of trophy animals. North Sask's game book records attest to the taking of consistent trophy heads. The Opp family guarantees one on one hunts for trophy Elk, plains Bison, woods Bison, Fallow Deer, White Tail Deer, Caribou, and Wild Boar.
You will fly into Saskatoon Airport, Transportation between the airport in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to the Lodge in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada will be included in the price of your trip.
In this remote location you can enjoy the calm and quiet of the area, curl up with a good book. Keep your camera handy –who knows what might soar across the sky or saunter past the lodge. The cozy common area is relaxation conducive.