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Saskatchewan has an abundance of game species that offer a wide range of hunting opportunities to resident and non-resident hunters each year. Hunting is also an important tool used to manage wildlife populations.

Buy a Hunting Licence

Buy a hunting, angling or trapping licence through HAL – the government’s hunting, angling and trapping licence system.

Download the Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide

Get information on hunting opportunities, licensing fees and requirements, regulations and much more. The guide is available in English and French.

Complete hunting regulations are also available.

Saskatchewan Spring Bear and White Geese Information

Information on licence fees, quotas and season dates can be found in this supplement.

The Saskatchewan resident big game draw

Big game draw applications can be submitted from May 1 to May 25 through your HAL account.

The Canadian resident white-tailed deer draw

Applications can be submitted from May 1 to May 25 through your HAL account.

Apply for a permit

Find hunting permits and information on import/export and sale of wildlife in the Publications Centre.

Hunter Harvest Survey 

Hunter harvest surveys are an important part of managing game in Saskatchewan. They provide valuable information for quota and season setting for the upcoming year.

Wildlife Management Zone Map

Use this map to help you identify important boundaries for areas where specific wildlife regulations may apply, including wildlife management zone boundaries.

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