Accommodations

Accommodations

Hunting does not have to mean roughing it. The Bait-Masters philosophy is that after a big day in the outdoors (successful or unsuccessful), hunters deserve a great meal and fine surroundings. The main Bait-Master’s lodge offers hunters a roomy cedar atmosphere with all of the amenities. This place is what a lodge should look like. Lots of fine taxidermy, piles of enormous Saskatchewan whitetail sheads, a B&C black bear in the corner of the living room, photo albums chronicling the successes of countless hunts and best of all – the atmosphere that only a great hunting lodge can develop. You “gotta be there” to appreciate it…

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Now lets get to the good stuff! Hunting is northern Saskatchewan can be tough – let’s face it – weather can turn sour, critter behavior can change and best laid plans go down the drain, shots can be missed. Rest assured that every day, no matter what, will end in a meal that will “make the day”. Sylvia Hoffart’s cooking and meal-planning abilities are extra-ordinary. Simply the best. Hunters at Bait-Masters do not rush to find a steak-house when their hunts are over. If anything they will be concerned about sheading the pounds put on, and telling the missus about the “wild rice omelets” and other feasts that they enjoyed.

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