• Saskatchewan Bear Hunting Information

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Saskatchewan Bear Hunting Licenses

To hunt in Saskatchewan, you first require your H.A.L. ID. This is your Hunting and Angling License. A H.A.L. ID is free, is good for life, and can be obtained online. To receive your H.A.L. ID visit the Saskatchewan Government Environment website.

Once you have obtained a H.A.L. ID, you can now purchase your hunting license online. Again, go to the Saskatchewan Government Environment website.

For big game hunting, such as Bear Hunting, make sure you purchase your license well in advance. When you purchase your licence online, it will be mailed to you in 5-10 business days and will include the big game seals or harvest ledger and a printed licence. Since the licence is not complete until the seals or harvest ledger is included, your licence cannot be printed and used immediately upon completing the transaction. If you are a non-resident of Saskatchewan (i.e. a U.S. hunter) we recommend you purchase your license at least one month in advance to allow for international mail delays.

You may also buy your Bear hunting license in person at an authorized issuer. You can find them on the Issuers search.

Saskatchewan Bear Hunting License Costs

  • Saskatchewan Resident $25.00
  • Canadian Resident (non-guided) $100.00
  • Guided (Canadian and non-residents) $200.00

All non-resident big game hunters (white-tailed deer, Bear and Moose) must use the services of an outfitter and possess the applicable guided licence.

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Saskatchewan Bear Hunting Season

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Non-Resident Guided Bear Season

Saskatchewan has both a Spring Bear Season and a Fall Bear Season.

Wildlife Management ZonesWeaponsSeason Dates
WMZs 30, 34 to 40 and 42 to 50 and 52 to 76archery, muzzleloader, crossbow, shotgun and rifleApr. 15 - June 30
and
Aug. 25 - Oct. 14
Duck Mountain, Greenwater Lake, Great Blue Heron, Lac La Ronge, Clarence-Steepbank Lakes, Narrow Hills and Meadow Lake provincial parks, and Bronson Forest, Woody River and Round Lake recreation sitesarchery, muzzleloader, crossbow, shotgun and rifleApr. 15 - May 31
and
Sept. 10 -Oct. 14
Wildcat Hill, Clearwater River and Athabasca Sand Dunes provincial parks and Fort à la Corne WMUarchery, muzzleloader, crossbow, shotgun and rifleApr. 15 - June 30
and
Sept. 10 - Oct. 14
Prince Albert WMZ archery and crossbowApr. 15 - May 31
and
Sept. 10 - Oct. 14
Saskatchewan Bear Hunting

Bear Hunting Limits

For all hunters, only one black bear, either sex may be killed per season. There is no hunting of female bears with young of the year cubs at heel.



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