Landowner permission now required in SK before hunting

Discussion in 'Canadian Hunters Forum' started by STUBBLE BUM, May 10, 2019.

  1. Rudder

    Rudder Senior Refuge Member

    Apr 10, 2007
    I'm probably not smart enuff, but "game changer" and "different game plan" sound a lot like the same thing. All the farmers and land owners we have come in contact with up there have been great. Friendliest people you could ask for. We occasionally have gotten permission to hunt a property only to find out that the owner has given permission to multiple groups. This usually happens on those areas that are within view of the road. Rarely happens when you find birds off the beaten path.
  2. 870

    870 Senior Refuge Member

    Sep 2, 2000
    Waterfowl Heaven Alberta Canada
    A lot of land is rented,,,, it always a good idea to ask if there is a renter involved and do they need to be contacted? (and vise versa if you first contact is the renter) Secondly asking if anyone else might have permission for the field can save a lot of the " Dang,,, why is there another truck out here in this field at 0-dark-30?" scenes!!!
  3. Littleboots

    Littleboots Senior Refuge Member

    Apr 4, 2011
    Can not believe anyone would set up in a field they don't have permission. We have gone 16 years always ask and only turned down once wanted to hunt Sat farmer said no but can hunt after Sat when his son hunted. One time said no too one field but told us a better field

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