April 29, 2015 – Shed hunting

Hello all again from Turtle Lake.  It’s hard not to mention the weather when just a few hours away The city of Prince Albert hit 80 degrees Fahrenheit today, we weren’t as warm but a beautiful day.

There have been a few inquiries about new gun transportation forms required to take your firearm and ammunition out of the United States.  The information I recently received from our Outfitters Association tells me that this new paper work has been abolished so it’s business as usual for taking your rifle out of the country.

John and I were out in the bush last week setting up cameras in areas that we feel should hold quality deer and as time goes by I will be posting our findings.
Kyle was also up looking around for more sheds and setting up a bear bait.  As usual he found more sheds and sent me a few pictures of his weekend outing.

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Although the bunkhouse is quiet Chaparral’s staff are constantly looking for that next great spot for a deer stand, it’s what we love doing.  There is still room for a few more hunters this fall and conditions for bagging that buck of a lifetime are looking very good.  I have a picture of a true monster John shot, several years ago.  This buck was taken within half a mile of one of our stands and is truly what hunting Saskatchewan is all about.

Your eyes of the North.
Trent Debusschere