Our Favorite Places------------ Location: Aberdeen - SaskatchewanComments: South East of Aberdeen along the river towards Saskatoon is a great place for whitetail deer. Much of the land is pasture land so you do have to be careful of the cows but there is a strong population of whitetails. Find their paths from the river up the banks to the feeding and resting areas.
|------------ Location: sylvan - AlbertaComments: it trys 2 get away then shoot it in the leg|
|------------ Location: HIghway 55 - SaskatchewanComments: Between Cowan Lake and Delaronde Lake, the forest area is a very good tree stand hunting region. Highway 55 runs between the two lakes and there are many forest trails off the road to use in hunting season.|
|------------ Location: Yorkton - SaskatchewanComments: I went hunting just out of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, and I was there for a week. I couldn't believe how many deer I have spotted, unfortunately I missed a chance at a great white tale deer, truly trophy size.(7 by 6) But my hopes weren't up and I still harvested a nice 5 by 5. Truly a great experience!|
|------------ Location: Russel - ManitobaComments: There are two river valleys nearby, the Assiniboia River and the Birdtail Creek. Lots of good sized deer. Seen a few trophy sized bucks around lately.Recomended by: email@example.com|
|------------ Location: Winnipeg - ManitobaComments: Just South of Winnipeg, in the many grain fields, the deer come to feed. Look for them at dusk and dawn as they move between resting and feeding places.|
|------------ Location: Lumsden / Qu'Appelle Valley - SaskatchewanComments: The Qu'Appelle Valley is an excellent location for hunting. It's easy to access with many roads running through it and to it. Just west of Lumsden, about 10-12 kms is an area in the valley of open fields and just the right amount of brush. Enough cover and protection to keep deer around, without too many trees to block your sight lines. There's a creek that runs through the valley, so expect to find a variety of birds while you're there as well, like grouse, a few partridge, and some pheasant. On a recent bird hunting expedition, I was walking along the north side of the creek and spotted a very nice white-tail buck. Good tall and wide rack, a thick body, and staring stupid -like at me from the opposite bank, less than 100 yards away. Maybe he'll be there when I return for deer season with my rifle. Recomended by: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Our Favorite Places to Fish
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Our Favorite Places for Bird Hunting
Sharptail Grouse | Hungarian Partridge | Pheasant | Ducks | Goose
Our Favorite Places for Big Game Hunting
Whitetail Deer | Mule Deer | Elk | Moose | Wild Boar | Antelope | Bear
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