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Come hunt black bears with Adventure Destinations on the hunt of a lifetime in the Boreal Forest of Northern Saskatchewan


Your adventure begins from the moment you land in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. We will meet you at the airport (or pick you up at your hotel) and your journey begins with the 450-kilometer (280 mile) drive to Thompson’s Resort in the Hamlet of Missinipe on the shores of Otter Lake. Enjoy the drive and watch the beautiful landscape of Saskatchewan shift from wide-open Prairie to the Boreal forest.

Don’t like the sound of a 5-hour drive? We can arrange a private charter flight from Saskatoon. Please call to inquire.

*Overnights in Saskatoon are not included in package


Almost all bear hunts in Saskatchewan are done over baits. Baiting begins as soon as law permits (weather conditions may affect this date).

​We have a 2:1 hunter/guide ratio. We use ladder tree stands, ground blinds, and trail cameras at our bait stations.

We only have 4 hunters per week in camp at any given time.


Date range: mid-May through June. This is a 5 day / 6 night package. Arrivals are on Sunday and departures for Saskatoon are on Saturday. Your hunt will begin around 2pm daily, starting Monday.

Sunday: Arrive in Saskatoon, travel day, depart for Thompson's Resort in Missinipe. Your tags and licenses will be ready upon arrival.

Monday to Friday: Hunting and fishing.

Saturday: Travel day, return to Saskatoon.

Like to fish? Otter Lake has great pike and walleye fishing. Boats are available to you at no extra charge. Fishing licenses are not included but are available for purchase in Missinipe.

​*boats subject to availability
​​*dates subject to change


All meals are home cooked and provided in the price of the package. The Churchill River Trading Post carries a little bit of everything you might need (food, tackle, ice, etc).


Your lodgings at Thompson’s Resort will be in our Hunter’s Lodge, a gorgeous, timber frame log cabin. The ground level is all garage, the second level main floor has one bedroom (queen bed), a full bath with a shower and tub, an open style kitchen/dining/living room area with a gorgeous stone fireplace, and large front deck with a gas BBQ. The third level has a sitting room with a TV, two bedrooms (one double bed and two twin beds), and a half bath. Other amenities include an outdoor firepit, washer/dryer, and wi-fi.


  • ​5-day / 6-night guided hunt, 2:1 hunter to guide ratio

  • Includes travel from Saskatoon to Missinipe

  • Hunts run out of our Thompson’s Resort in Missinipe, Saskatchewan

  • Accommodations at Hunter’s Lodge

  • Home cooked meals included

  • Hunting over bait station

  • Access to fishing boats (fishing license extra)

  • May/June

$4,100 USD


  • Bring your non-hunting friend or family member along

  • Double-wide tree stands and ground blinds will allow for a non-hunting observer

  • Includes participation in all of the activities except the actual act of hunting

$1,500 USD

All hunts commence at Missinipe SK
All hunts offered as rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader, or archery
Prices do not include: license, tags, gratuities, taxes, and alcohol
$1,500 USD down at time of booking

Tony Antoniadis

Outfitter Lead and Sales
Phone: 1 (306) 221-6233



Our bear hunts are booked with a $1,500 USD (non-refundable) deposit due at time of booking. Total is due 60-days prior to hunt.


​Saskatchewan has a 5% goods and service tax (GST) and 6% provincial sales tax (PST). These taxes are applicable to all costs associated with your hunt. 


A gratuity is not included in the overall price of the package. Gratuities given to the staff are always appreciated.


All hunters must sign our hunting contract and liability waiver prior to the start of your hunt.


Alcohol is not included in your package. You are welcome to bring your own or purchase it from Thompson’s Resort (limited selection available). 


​Debit and Credit Cards are accepted at the Resort. There is no ATM in the community of Missinipe. 


Adventure Destinations will prepare, skin, and freeze your trophy. You also have the choice of taking the frozen hide to a local taxidermist. However, ​if you choose to take the hide or meat home with you, all risks and additional cost will be your responsibility. If you plan to take the hide/meat home, please bring your own bag or container.

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