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Hartland is pleased to be able to offer many of the largest North Western Whitetails in the world. Although large trophy whitetails is our main type of hunt , we also offer world class /record elk ,mule deer, caribou and buffalo. We now offer a limited number of sheep hunts. We trust the following information will help you know what to expect when you hunt at Hartland.

What’s included in a Hartland Trophy Hunt

  • Round trip transportation from Regina International Airport (at scheduled times)
  • Standard hunt is three days four nights
  • Superb home cooked meals
  • Professional 2x1 or 1x1 guide service
  • Caping and packing of trophies
  • Arrange delivery of meat to local processor (meat processing isn't available at the lodge)
  • Shooting and sighting range service
  • All licences and paperwork for shipping antlers, capes and meat
  • Courtesy green scoring ( SCI ) of your trophies

What's NOT included in a Hartland Trophy Hunt

Taxidermy work

If you would like to have your taxidermy work done here, we have a world class taxidermist who will mount your trophy whitetail or elk to your satisfaction. If you prefer to take your antlers and cape home , we will arrange for preparation and shipping at your cost.

Meat Processing

Hartland supports the SCI Hunters for the Hungry Program. We believe in being good stewards of the meat from harvested animals. Hunters may take all of the meat or selected cuts; whatever remains (cut, wrapped and frozen) will be donated the Moose Jaw Food Bank. The approximate cost to the hunter is $125 per whitetail and $325 for an elk.

Shipping of antlers cape and meat.

Extra trips to local cities (requested by clients).

Pricing / Terms and Conditions

  • For current pricing of all species please contact us
  • 25% deposit is due on booking
  • 50% of the remaining balance is due June 1st of the year of the hunt
  • Prices are in US dollars plus $130 taxes (GST)
  • Remainder due upon arrival; guaranteed funds only – no personal cheques
  • All funds paid are transferable to the next season within 60 days notice of arrival
  • Non-hunting guest's fee is $200 per night
  • We accept Visa and Master Card
  • Cheques are to made to Hartland Whitetails

Hunting Methods

Hartland employs a number of strategies to help you have a successful hunt. These include: spot and stalk, tree stands, tower blinds and ground blinds. Travel on ranch is by walking or quad or 4x4 vehicle.

Hartland Lodge & Hunt Property

Hartland's beautiful new lodge treats you to a breathtaking view of both the Big Valley in the Blue Hills and a spectacular panoramic view of the Canadian Plains.

To ensure a quality hunt, Hartland usually books only four hunters per time slot although larger groups can be arranged. The lodge can accommodate ten hunters/guests at a time in private or semi–private rooms.

Since our lodge is located only one hour from the airport, hunters usually arrive in the early afternoon with time to sight in your gun/bow and also get in an extra late afternoon and evening hunt. Clients who must take a very early return flight, will be taken to a hotel(of their choice) in Regina the evening before their flight departs. Costs of the hotel are the responsibility of the client.



From the deck of the lodge you can hear the spine tingling sound of bugling bulls and the rattling antlers of fighting bucks. On clear nights you may be lucky to be treated to the unforgettable beauty of the dance of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis).

If time permits after your hunt you may wish to take other local activities; these may include: pre-arranged migratory game bird hunts, taking in tourist attractions (Casino, Spa, and much more) in Moose Jaw (25min) from Hartland's lodge ... OR you may wish to simply relax and enjoy a quiet evening in front of Hartland's fireplace. Enjoy the flickering flames, the crackling logs as you watch the game or read a favourite book.

Physical Demands

Our hunts can be tailored for the physically fit as well as those with handicaps.

Judging/Scoring Trophy Animals

Accurately and quickly determining the score of a whitetail or elk trophy (by either guide or client) is very challenging given factors such as tree cover, distance and animal movement. At Hartland Your guide will ensure that you are satisfied with the trophy animals’ size and price before a shot is taken. Although your guide will advise you as to the trophy’s class , ultimately it is the client’s decision to take a particular animal. If the client has taken the advice of the guide and harvests a trophy larger than was contracted for , no upgrade fees will be charged. All measurements (SCI) will be made by Hartlands’ qualified SCI Master Measurer.

Guns and Regulations

The Canadian Federal Government requires non-resident hunters to purchase a permit to bring firearms into Canada. The permit costs $25.00 CDN. You can put three firearms on one permit. It is recommended to fill out the permit form in advance by downloading (PDF) it from the Canadian Firearms Centre at http://www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca or by calling 1-800-731-4000.

Canada Customs can be reached at 1-204-983-3500

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Recommended Gear

  • Weapons
  • Firearm/s of 243-338 calibre with at least 20 rounds of ammunition
  • Bow with 12 arrows
  • Binoculars
  • Cameras
  • Rangefinder
  • Raingear (for Sept/Oct)
  • Both lightweight and insulated hunting clothing
  • Shooting Sticks
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