Arizona: November thru February
Saskatchewan: September 15 -October 31
Arizona: We provide dogs, transportation to and from the field, soft drinks, lunch, knowledge of the area and quarry.
Arizona terrain varies from grasslands to rugged canyons. Hunters should be in good physical shape as elevations vary from 2,500 to 5,000 ft. Our Saskatchewan hunts take place on the sprawling Northern Plains. Hunters experience generally flat terrain, however being able to walk 5-10 miles per day is critical to your success. Our Saskatchewan waterfowl hunts take place in fields or over water.
Arizona weather is generally mild during the day and cooling at night, with temperatures dropping to 32 degrees. The hunting day starts at 8 am and we are in the field to 6 pm. During our Saskatchewan hunts the day starts at 5 am (for waterfowl) then we head back to camp for brunch and are back out chasing upland birds until 5-6pm.
Arizona: 1-3 day hunts are the normal booking. The quail season starts in November and we run into February. Clients are charged per day.
Saskatchewan: September 15 - October 31st. This is a 4-night, 3-day hunt, however extra days can be added on. Contact us for details.
Arizona: Mearns, Gambels, and scaled quail are all hunted with pointing dogs. We use labs to flush and retrieve the birds.
Saskatchewan: Hungarian partridge and sharptail grouse are hunted with pointing dogs. Labradors are used for waterfowl hunting.
Clients need to bring guns, ammo, licenses, clothing, camera, lightweight boots, and your dogs are welcome.
Q. Where is the nearest airport?
A. The closest commercial airport to Patagonia, Arizona is Tucson, AZ. Private planes can fly into Nogales, AZ. The closest airport to our camp in Saskatchewan is Regina, SK. The closest U.S. airport is Great Falls, MT.