Saskatchewan Bison Hunt Ranch, Silvertine Bison Preserve
Nayote Preserve: The Bison played a prominent role in ancient Plains Indian culture. The natives called the majestic old bulls “Nayote” meaning “sacred one”. The Nayote preserve is over 700 acres, of intermittence timber and open meadows. Our Bison herd roams this property year round, and consists of ALL mature XXL bulls, offering our guests the best selection they will find anywhere. These huge beasts are not normally a difficult animal to hunt, and do not display the flight instincts of an elk or deer, as they are at the top of the food chain as a rule. The Hunt for bison is done on foot, and we utilize spot and stalk once a trophy bull has been selected. Shots can be anywhere from 20-200 yards, and large calibre rifles are recommended.
Hunters will enjoy seeing 10-20 HUGE bulls each day, so there is lots of trophy-quality bulls to choose from, this is an exciting and enjoyable hunt, and you will have the feeling you have gone back 100 years in time once you step foot onto the Nayote Preserve. A typical Bison hunting day starts with you and your guide leaving the Silvertine Preserve early in the morning, a short drive, and then spend the day there, taking with you a bag lunch. Returning to the Silvertine Lodge for supper.