The goose hunting in Saskatchewan has a strong history amongst the waterfowling fraternity with each passing season.
It’s no secret that goose numbers have flourished across the prairies and continue to do so. This has provided hunters visiting Saskatchewan a top notch hunting opportunity for Greater Canada Geese, Speckled Belly Geese, and Snow Geese. We built the lodge in south central Saskatchewan in a region where habitat for local bird production is excellent due to abundant potholes and nesting cover. Greater Canada Geese nest here and are present as the season opens – there is no waiting for migrators.
The lodge is also situated in the heart of the flyway for when the migrators fly through. It is no coincidence why the lodge is located where it lies. Our success stems from our ability to adapt rapidly to the ever changing hunting conditions. First and foremost we take pride in our work. Ongaro’s Saskatchewan Adventures goes ‘the extra mile’ to put you were the birds are going to be the next time they venture out to feed. The hunting area encompasses approximately 5,000,000 acres of cropland of which we scour daily for the next big feed. Some of the biggest staging areas in North America for waterfowl exist within this region creating the perfect environment for migrating fowl. The Ongaro’s Saskatchewan Lodge is in the heart of it all.
Goose hunting is usually done in wheat, barley, or pea fields in the mornings or early afternoons.