- Hunting Info
- Image Gallery
Black bears are the only species of bear found in Saskatchewan. In the nineteenth century, Saskatchewan was also home to the Plains Grizzly.
Unlike Manitoba, Saskatchewan does not have any Polar Bears.
Black bears, while most commonly black, can also be found in several color phases, including brown, cinnamon, and blonde.
Adult males weight ranges from about 250 lbs to 650 lbs and measure from 4 feet to 6 feet, from head to tip of tail. Adult females are much smaller at 125 to 350 lbs and 3-1/2 to 5-1/2 feet long.
Black bears tend to be solitary animals, with the exception of mothers and cubs. The bears usually forage alone, but will tolerate each other and forage in groups if there is an abundance of food in one area.
Please complete this form to get started finding a Saskatchewan Bear Hunt with one of our Approved Outfitters. Once we have your information, we will begin actively matching you with the right outfitter. Please be sure to provide all the information requested. The more we know about you, the more we can make the right match. We require a minimum of 2 hunters to secure a booking with an Approved Outfitter.