"At the Saskatchewan Goose Company, we want to ensure that our guests have the best hunting experience possible, and we do everything we can to ensure this happens. Obviously, we can't control the weather or birds, but what separates us from the other guys is the amount of work my family and workers put into making this a trip of a lifetime."
I grew up in southern Ontario where my love of hunting started at a very young age but a waterfowl hunt with my long-time friend, Steve is where I found my true passion. After that day, I’d go waterfowl hunting at every chance I’d get. If I wasn’t hunting, then I was reading about ducks and geese. I tried to learn everything I could about birds and bird hunting. Hunting in the southernmost part of Canada on the Great Lakes is tough. There is a lot of pressure and it’s difficult to get on land. Being from this area made me a better hunter because only the most determined and passionate hunters would come home with birds. My love of the outdoors lead me to Sault College, where I completed my degree in Fish and Wildlife Conservation. While I was there, doors opened for me to start my guiding career. I have guided all over Canada, but it was when I landed in Saskatchewan, I knew I had to lay some roots. I started guiding for a local outfitter who took me under his wing and taught me what I needed to know and who I needed to know to be successful in Saskatchewan. After five years of working for him, I bought his waterfowl outfitting business and Saskatchewan Goose Company was born! Tyler Mann
We met Tyler a few years ago and our friendship grew quickly as he is one of us. He lives to chase waterfowl and there is never and off season or a time where he is not thinking about making something for hunting, buying something for hunting or out hunting. We take a few trips a year to see him and his incredible operation. It is not just the hunting; it is the lodge his employees and the scenery. He has it all.
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This past year we spent a week in Montana and Wyoming and the temperatures were brutal. We field hunted and we hunted on a riverbank in -10 Degrees. The first key is for you, your friends, and the dog to stay warm so you make it through the hunt with no issues...