Saskatchewan Bear Hunting With Top Of The Rock Adventures


SASKATCHEWAN BEAR HUNTING
WITH
TOP OF THE ROCK ADVENTURES


PRICES

We offer 2 different Saskatchewan bear hunting opportunities:
Camp 1: Main outpost $2664.00
Camp 2: New ground outpost $2886.00


What is included: We pay the taxes imposed by the Canadian government on the package, (hence the odd prices). The hunt is fully guided, we supply lodging during the hunt, skinning, freezing of the hide, and transportation to and from the bait stations.

Length of hunt: All our hunts are 5 days. Arriving on Sunday afternoon and leaving Saturday morning. Fall bear hunts are not the same as the season opens the 25th of august and we only hunt for a few weeks, and utilize the opening days.

Meals: We do not provide meals. We do not supply any beverages (water, pop, juice, beer, etc). You must bring your own food and condiments. Being remote makes it very difficult for us to keep up with supplies, since we may not travel to civilization for several weeks. If you arrive at camp and have forgotten something we may be able to help you out. But we do not stock anything.

Policy regarding refunds: We only refund if the hunts can be resold.

Can a Deposit be moved to another year: Yes deposits can be moved to another year, if cancellation is done more than 90 days prior to the hunt. Less than 90 days prior to the hunt 50% of the deposit is transferable unless the hunt can be resold. If the hunt is resold then 100% of the deposit will be transferred.

 Any hidden costs: None and Gratuities are optional.

Any discounts: We do offer a 5% discount for groups of 6 booking, and 10% for groups of 10 or more. Also there is a 10% discount for repeat clients.

Can a hunt be extended by paying extra: Yes a hunt can be extended if arrangements are made prior to. We may or may not be able to extend a trip on short notice. Our last hunting week of June is the easiest hunt for us to extend

Airport pickup: We do not offer airport pickup as the time and cost would be more than the price of a rental vehicle.

Rental vehicle need to be 4X4: Because a good portion of the trip is on a rock road, we suggest an all wheel drive SUV or 4X4 pickup with good tires. An extra spare is a good idea.

What is the cost to bring a non-hunting ,significant other or a camera man:
Because we are required to set up and take down our camp, we have limited space. Advance notice is required if you wish to bring someone along. Non-hunting guest staying at camp is $666.00
Non -hunting guest accompanying a hunter to the stand is $1388.00

Licenses: Each hunter has to apply for a Hunter and Angler license identification number. This number allows you to purchase your licenses. We put you in contact with our license vender, where you can pay with credit card. Once the license is purchased we will pick it up and have it at camp for when you arrive. We usually start buying licenses on April 15 just before the spring hunt and like to have all the licenses purchased by May 15.

License Fee: A non-resident black bear license will be approximately $380 permit to bring firearms across the border: Yes a permit is required. It can be downloaded from the Canadian firearm centre: cfc.ca. The cost is around $75.

Not included: We do not supply any beverages (water, pop ,juice, beer, etc). You must bring your own food and condiments. Being so remote makes it tough to keep up with supplies, as we may not travel to civilization for several weeks. If you arrive at camp and have forgotten something we may be able to help you out, but we do not stock anything.

Deposits: Our deposit structure is $1000.00 on booking, then $825 is due in the first week of April and final payment is due at camp.  The remaining openings for 2021 we will require a 50% deposit, and final payment is due at camp. This is because if the borders do not open these hunts will be pushed back to 2022

 

 

 

 

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