Now Booking for the 2019 Fly-Fishing Season

Now Booking for the 2019 Fly-Fishing Season

Bow River Brown Trout

If 2019 shapes up to be anything like 2018 then look out ! We experienced one of the best Hopper Seasons in Alberta and British Columbia.All the rivers we guide on fished great.The only thing we can really say is Book Now ! the way conditions are shaping up it’s going to be another stellar year !

email us dave@daveborwnoutfitters.com text us @520-604-2729 call us @800-453-3991

 

Saint Mary River BC

 

Elk River BC

Oldman River Rainbow

2018/19 Arizona Quail Hunting Season

2018/19 Arizona Quail Hunting Season

Covering a point in Mearns Quail Country

We are pretty excited to get the 2018/19 Arizona Quail Season going.Judging by what we are seeing its going to be a decent Mearns year,Gambels and Scalies not so much.The season runs until February 10th and we still have some openings.If you are looking to get out of the cold and chase some wild birds in some awesome country email dave@davebrownoutfitters.com text 520-604-2729  or call 800-453-3991

Male Mearns Quail and a SxS

Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Guides

Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Guides

Saskatchewan Uland Bird and Waterfowl Guides

Covey Rise -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guide

In 2000 Licensed Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guides and Outfitter Dave Brown made the decision to focus his Wingshooting Endeavors in The Province of Saskatchewan.The attraction was and still is,lack of hunting pressure,great habitat,LOTS of Huns and Sharptails,low population density and easy access from The United States.The “Off The  Charts” Duck hunting might also had something to do with his move.


Slick and Lou Lou Pointing a cover of Huns

Slick and Lou Lou Pointing feeding Sharptails

Having hunted Huns across the Western States and Provinces Dave realized that Saskatchewan was the only North American Wingshooting destination where depending on habitats  Upland Bird Hunters could consistently see 5-12 Coveys of Huns,plus Sharptails per day.


Huns -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Guides

Huns -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Guides

With 10 Saskatchewan Wildlife Management Zones held via 2 Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Outfitter Licenses,Orvis Endorsed Dave Brown Outfitters operates within the entire S.W. Corner of the Province and we are the first and only Outfitter to utilize Pointing Dogs within our operation.


Lou-Lou Nails a Covey of Huns -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guides

Lou-Lou Nails a Covey of Huns -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guides.

Our Saskatchewan Upland Bird Hunting takes place on Approx. 200,000 acres of Private Land scattered throughout our Area of Operation.The Habitat varies from rolling Prairre intersected by Coulees and Creek Bottoms,Old Farmsteads,Sand Hills and Slough Bottoms.The hunting is generally easy walking, Hunters still need to be in decent shape.

Covering a Point -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guides

Covering a Point -Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guides


    Saskatchewan Waterfowl Hunting – Dave Brown Outfitters 

Mallards,Pintails and Happy Clients

Mallards,Pintails and Happy Clients

Saskatchewan is well known for it’s top shelf Waterfowl hunting for good reason as 70% of all Ducks in North America originate there.We take full advantage of that.Located within the staging area for the Central Fly Way  our Waterfowl hunts consist of either Pothole or Field shoots.We utilize a variety of Blinds and Decoys depending on what the situation calls for.

Avain A- Frame Blinds offer great concealment and comfort for our hunters

Avain A- Frame Blinds offer great concealment and comfort for our hunters

Waterfowl species consist of Lesser and Great Canada’s,Snow and Speckle Belly Geese.The ducks we see are Mallards,Pintails,Widgeon,Gadwell,Blue and Green Wing Teal,Canvas Backs and Golden Eye.

Josie Retrieves a Lesser Canada during a Pothole shoot

Josie Retrieves a Lesser Canada during a Pothole shoot


Capacity

3 -2 person parties(6 Hunters) or an intact party of 6-8 Hunters

Season Dates 

Our Season Runs from Sept.15 to October 31st.Prime Duck hunting starts the first week of October.

Rates

$600 per gun -Guide fees only

Lodging 

Lodging is at a motel in town which is also dog friendly.Meals are at 2 cafes in town.We can also do catering for larger parties.

Inclusions 

Guiding as indicated

Deli lunch

Transportation to and from the field

use of equipment re. blinds ,decoys etc

Exclusions 

Shells

Bird Processing

Lodging

Gratuities

Booking with D.B.O.

Call us @ 800-453-3991

text us @520-6042729

email us @ dave@davebrownoutfitters.com

For more information on our Hunts,checkout or Saskatchewan Upland Bird and Waterfowl Guided Hunt Website  or Contact Us.

River Report -13 Sept.2018

River Report -13 Sept.2018

Bow River Hook Up

Fall is in the air ! Cooler Temps will get things moving even more.Depending on the river we are witnessing hatches of Nocturnal Stones,October Caddis,B.W.O.’s ,Hoppers and Other Terrestrials.During non hatch periods Streamer fishing has been good.Flows are low and Fall fishing is full on give us a call @800-453-3991 or email us !

Nocturnal Stone

Elk River Cutthroat

August 16  Fishing Report

August 16 Fishing Report

Hopper Eater

Despite warm temps the rivers are holding up well.The Elk River and Tribs continue to fish good,Terestrials are getting it done, hatches include Flavs,Nocturnal Stones, Caddis.The same hold true for the Saint Mary River.

Saint Mary River Cutbow

Over in Alberta Hopper fishing is the norm,Anglers wanting to match the hatch can easily do so with foam Hoppers and other terrestrial patterns.We are also seeing (depending on the river ) hatches of Caddis,Tricos,Pink Alberts.

Pink Albert May Fly on The Bow River

The Bow River continues to amaze Anglers with the off the charts Hopper fishing it’s that good.As air temperatures cool down watch for hatches of October Caddis and B.W.O’s Fall will be in the air sooner than later.

Oldman River Rainbow

August Fishing Report

August Fishing Report

 

D.B.O. Guide Mike Turnbull,a very happy client and a Hopper eating Bow River Trout –

Alberta namely The Bow River and Oldman River have been fishing good.Hoppers are the name of the game and when that’s not happening Streamer fishing has been good.

Nicole and a Hopper eating Oldman River rainbow.

Over in B.C. fishing also remains strong on the Elk River and Saint Mary River.Depending on the river hatches consist of Flavs,Caddis,Trico,P.M.D.’s of course Terrestrial fishing  has been off the charts.NOW is the tip to be here !!

Elk River Cutthroat

 

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