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There seems to be an increase in the number of hunting fines and convictions being handed out in Saskatchewan in recent years. The officers from Saskatchewan Environment in the past had a reputation for giving warnings but recently the warnings are turning into fines and hunters being banned from hunting in Saskatchewan. In an incident from last fall, a man from Wisconsin was caught hunting deer without a license and was banned from hunting in Saskatchewan for a year. but just two weeks later he was found hunting with another outfitter in Saskatchewan and was subsequently fined $4200 and banned for two years. More on the story here: http://globalnews.ca/news/3644901/american-fined-banned-illegal-hunting-saskatchewan/ In a separate incident from several years ago (2014) 4 men from Saskatchewan were illegally operating as outfitters during which a mule deer buck was shot in Southwest Saskatchewan and exported to the U.S. by the client. The 4 illegal outfitters were fined a combined $71,000. It is illegal to hunt mule deer in Saskatchewan unless you are a Saskatchewan resident. More on the story: http://globalnews.ca/news/3539413/four-saskatchewan-men-fined-illegal-hunting-hazlet/
With an official entry score into Boone and Crockett records of 312-0/8, a deer shot in Tennessee in 2016 is the new Non-Typical World Record.
The world record typical whitetail is still the Hanson buck, shot in Saskatchewan.
For more on the new non-typical whitetail deer record, see the Boone and Crockett site at: Boone-Crockett.org.
The World Record Typical Whitetail is also the Saskatchewan record, as reported by Boone and Crocket.
SCORE: 213 5/8
LOCATION: Biggar, SK
HUNTER: Milo N. Hanson
OWNER: Milo N. Hanson
Length of main beam: Right 28 4/8 - Left 28 4/8
Inside spread: 27 2/8
Circ. of smallest place between burr and first point: Right 4 6/8 - Left 5
Number of points: Right 8 - Left 6
Outdoor Canada magazine recently reported that Saskatchewan hunters should expect improving whitetail population from the farmland-forest fringe through to northern forest hunting regions.
Recent harsh winters have caused population declines due to a number of hard winters in a row from 2010 to 2014. However the last several winters have been considerably milder with less extreme temperatures and less snow. The whitetail population is on the upswing now.
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