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The Saskatchewan provincial record typical whitetail trophy is also the World Record. The Hanson Buck was shot by Milo Hanson in 1993 and remains the World Record, scoring 213 & 5/8.
Your headwear must be scarlet, bright yellow or blaze orange (white is not allowed). The headwear may include a small label or crest not exceeding 50 centimetres² or 7.8 inches2 (2.6 inches by 3 inches)
Your hunting outwear must include a vest (an outer garment that covers the torso) of scarlet, bright yellow, blaze orange or white or any combination of these colours. The vest may include a small label or crest not exceeding 100 centimetres² or 15 inches2 (3 inches by 5 inches).
A high-visibility garment carrying a Canadian Standards Association (CSA) label stating CAN/CSA Z96. This designation includes Z96-02, Z96-09 or Z96-15 (indicates the year the standard was updated). Both class 2 (vest) or class 3 (coveralls) garments are lawful hunting apparel.
Only Saskatchewan residents may hunt the Mule Deer species in Saskatchewan. It is important to be able to distinguish the two species as they can commonly be found in the same habitat along the forest farmland fringe and southward.
Please complete this form to get started finding a Saskatchewan Deer 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.