Prairie Post (East Edition)
What's new with 2022 regulations for those hunting in Saskatchewan?
Changes to Trespass Legislation: The rules for accessing land for hunting have changed. As of January 1, 2022, it is illegal to enter any land without the consent of the owner or occupant of the land. You must obtain consent for land access prior to entry. This requirement does not apply to vacant provincial land as defined in The Provincial Lands Act, 2016 or other land or
Crown land that is in the regulations (road allowances).
SK Hunt and Fish Mobile App:
The SK Hunt & Fish Mobile App provides essential fishing, hunting and wildlife information, and conveniently stores all your purchased licences. The app is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Fall Black Bear Hunting Season:
The fall black bear season has been extended to provide additional hunting opportunities. It will now close Oct. 31 in all WMZs.
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD): CWD is widespread south of the boreal forest across the province and has been found in 59 WMZs. It is common in mule and white-tailed deer, and has also been found in elk and moose. This year, we will be accepting sample submissions province-wide, with a specific focus on samples from zones 2W, 9, 10, 35, 37 and boreal transition zones 50 and 55.
Buy a Hunting Licence:
Buy a hunting, angling or trapping licence through HAL – the government's hunting, angling and trapping licence system. Please see: https://www.saskatchewanhal.ca/licensing.page