October 13, 2016 – Early snowfall causes outfitter grief

Last season was not typical for Chaparral in that the weather was very mild and only small amounts of snow were present towards the end of our season. Well that won’t be the case for this year as snow has made its way to a large area of Saskatchewan and although it’s early it looks more and more like it’s going to stay. What a difference a few days can make!! In some areas of our allocation trees were bent over and melting snow caused for nasty trail riding to get into some sites. I had to get Dave to come and pull me out as my quad was hung up and everything I attempted to winch from just popped out of the mud.


The deer are really hitting the baits and in some cases it’s only 10-15 feet separating us. I will leave you with some pictures of this weeks happenings at Chaparral.

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Your eyes of the North.
Trent DeBusschere