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Welcome to No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters

Owner and operator John Prosak purchased these properties due to their location in the heart of Saskatchewan’s flyway. This province is home to one of the largest duck populations on the continent. Thousands of “honkers” fill the sky with long V-formations; snow geese cover fields like freshly fallen snow, and sandhill cranes fill the air with distinctive rolling cries. With our high bag limits and multiple species of waterfowl, No Fly Zone is in the centre of the migration. There is no other place in Canada to experience hunting like this.

John has been a guide in the hunting industry since 2007 making clients successful with waterfowl, whitetail, bear, wolf, shed horn , and bighorn sheep hunts.

You may have seen him on TV shows such as Driven, Winchester Deadly Passion, The Fowl Life, Feel the Rush, and Avian X, creating memorable and successful hunts with his clients. With his hardworking staff of professionals, No Fly Zone strives to provide their clients with just that; successful, memorable, safe hunts.

During the offseason, John is involved in the hospitality and tourism industry and runs his guest ranch located on the west side of Prince Albert National Park. With John’s knowledge and experience in these industries, you’ll come for a waterfowl hunt but leave with an experience.

No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters Hunt Snapshots

Bird Hunts

Duck Hunting in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is the fly way for many different duck species. Most of which travel through our area. Our main game target is obviously the puddle ducks on dry field hunts which primarily are mallard and pintail but also include wigeon, blue and green winged teal, gadwall, shoveler, and we even know where to go to try for wood ducks.

Snow Goose Hunting in Saskatchewan

We have amazing opportunities for Snow Geese, Ross Geese, And Blue Geese. These birds come here in astonishing numbers and we have the right tools and knowledge to target these sometimes tricky birds.

Canada Goose Hunting in Saskatchewan

With every species of Canada Goose available in numbers we love targeting these vocal birds in the morning until October 15th, after which hunting regulations allow us to hunt them all day long.

Specklebelly Goose Hunting in Saskatchewan

We have strong numbers of Specklebelly’s and we seem to attract them equally to Snow Goose spreads, or Canada Goose spreads.

Sandhill Crane Hunting in Saskatchewan

A sandhill crane hunt is absolutely an experience you won’t forget. These are big birds with wing spans over 6 feet and that means a lot of meat on the breast bone.

Big Game Hunts

Bear Hunts in Saskatchewan

Bear hunts cost is $4000 USD + taxes for a 6 day hunt, options to extend your hunt will be at extra cost. Food accommodations, guide and trophy preparation are all included in this price .

Whitetail Deer Hunts in Saskatchewan

Whitetail Deer hunts will be $6000 USD +taxes for a 6 day hunt, options to extend your hunt will be at extra cost. Food accommodations, guide and trophy preparation are all included in this Price.

Services Overview

Hunt with us!


Early morning breakfast around 4-5am and then head out to the field to set up the decoys and blinds for a morning waterfowl hunt. Typically the travel to the field is about 30 minutes. The morning hunt is a great experience with lots of Snow Geese, Canada Geese, Specklebelly Geese, Sandhill Cranes and ducks filling the skies.

Around 10 am or when we limit out we head back to the lodge for brunch and relax until we are ready to venture out for our evening hunt. After our evening shoot, we have prepared for you a home-made supper, and spend the night relaxing and relive the day’s hunts.


You will fly into the Saskatoon airport, and we have different lodges available to accommodate your stay with us. Please call for more information and details about availability.


We are early risers for morning hunts (4-5am) so we provide a light breakfast to start your day consisting of, cereal, toast, bagels, muffins, fruit, yogurt, coffee/tea and juices.

Upon returning from the morning hunt there will be brunch consisting of items like French toast, pancakes, waffles, bacon, burgers, sausage, eggs, hash browns, perogies, and fruit and salad, in combination.

Suppers are homemade meals from, pasta, soups, burgers and fries, fish, roasts, meatloaf, mashed potatoes, chicken, pork, beef, and our favourite Fresh Crane in our secret marinade.

Please let us know of any dietary restrictions so we can plan accordingly.

Waterfowl Hunting Bag Limits

Ducks - Daily limit of 8

Dark Goose - Daily limit of 8. No hunting dark geese in the afternoon until October 15th

White Goose - Daily limit of 20, no possession limit

Other Duck and Goose - 3-Day bag limits. Birds are processed each day to avoid possession limit restrictions.

Bird Cleaning & Transportation Home

This service is included in your waterfowl hunting package however if you want to participate in cleaning the birds, it can be a fairly quick process.

All birds headed back into the states must have a fully feathered wing attached to it for evidence of sex and species. This service can be provided for $10/goose & crane and $5/duck or you can help with this process. Shipping of waterfowl is not allowed by Saskatchewan law, so hunters must accompany the birds back to the US in a cooler. Please bring a cooler or arrange for us the buy you one.

Bird Meat Options

Many of us enjoy eating waterfowl ourselves, as do many landowners and locals, so if you want to leave some behind, or donate them all, that’s fine by us! Whatever we can’t eat goes to the butcher, for sausage, jerky, ground meat, etc.

Nothing goes to waste!

Shotgun Rentals

We strongly recommend that you clean and check your shotgun before you arrive to Canada for your waterfowl hunt to make sure it is working properly. For those who do not want to deal with bringing their own firearms into Canada, we offer shotgun rentals for $50/day. Please book this in advance.

More information about declaring firearms, and how to bring them across the border can be found under Resources.

Ammunition Purchases

Don’t bother hauling ammunition or making a special stop. We can sell you all of the ammunition you need for your hunt with us, and often at a better rate than local retailers.


No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters owner John Prosak is Man with not only a outstanding reputation as a waterfowl Outfitter and guide. He also is a man of great integrity and honesty. My hunt ( purchased thru SCI as a donated hunt ) was canceled in 2020 due to the covid pandemic. John rescheduled and guaranteed my hunt for 2021! Thank you John !

I will be recommending No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters to my hunting friends and I have yet to fire a shot.

Bill K.

I've had the opportunity to hunt on many occasions with JP and the staff at NFZ Outfitters. JP is an outstanding guide, amazing on the calls, has a wicked set up and consistently put us on birds. There was never a dull moment with JP, one of the funniest people I know! Looking forward to future hunting opportunities with NFZ in 2021 and making more memories! A must if you're looking for migratory birds and an awesome time!

Curtis I.

Great guys to hunt with. They had Jason and Robert from Top Down Decoys up to hunt, and got them on the birds. The lodge is nice and updated and serve great food for breakfast/lunch and dinner. They put the work in on scouting and the guides are on time and great to be around. Thanks to all who work at No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters for all you do to get each hunt organized.

Jason E.


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Maple Ridge Rd, Aberdeen, SK S0K 0A0, Canada

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Due to high demand of waterfowl hunting, it is highly recommended that you try and book your hunt before April if possible. No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters is dedicated to offering the highest possible level of customer service.

We make every effort to provide our hunters with not only the best waterfowl hunting trip available, but also complete satisfaction overall. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.


What are the different types of hunting licenses available?

The different types of hunting licenses available include waterfowl / upland . (Species include duck , snow goose, Canada Goose, Specklebelly Goose , sandhill crane ,+ upland bird) and big game deer/bear hunting.

What types of waterfowl can be found in Saskatchewan?

Saskatchewan is home to over ten species of Ducks, including various sub-species of Canada Geese, Snow Geese, Ross Geese, and Sandhill Cranes. The province attracts a wide variety of waterfowl species.

What is the peak hunting period for waterfowl in Saskatchewan?

The peak hunting period for waterfowl in Saskatchewan is usually during September and October. However, weather fluctuations can influence the timing of staging and migration.

What are the daily bag limits for waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan?

The daily bag limits for waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan are generous. Hunters are allowed a daily limit of eight dark geese, 20 white geese, eight ducks, and five sandhill cranes.

How does No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters ensure a successful waterfowl hunt?

No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters in Saskatchewan has experienced guides and spotters who continually monitor weather reports and scout for the best hunting fields. They use their knowledge and teamwork to provide clients with the best possible waterfowl hunting experience. We do everything we can to ensure a successful hunt, but of course there are no guarantees.

Where is the recommended airport to fly into for hunting in Saskatchewan?

Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport (YXE) is the recommended airport to fly into for hunting in Saskatchewan.

Are there rental car options available at the airport?

Yes, there are five car rental agencies that operate from YXE airport. They are Avis Car Rental, Alamo Car Rental, Budget-Rent-A-Car, Enterprise Rent A Car, and National Car Rental.

What should I bring for a waterfowl hunt in Saskatchewan?

It is recommended to pack warm clothes and many layers for varying weather conditions, rain gear, waterproof hunting boots, face masks or face paint, gloves, headwear, headlamp or flashlight, locking gun case for the plane ride, soft gun case for the trip to the field, shotgun shells, blind bag or small pack, a camera, and your shotgun. Shotgun rentals are offered for $50/day if you prefer not to bring your own.

What documents do I need for entry into Canada?

All hunters must have a government-issued passport for travel between the U.S. and Canada. Minors must also have proof of ID.

What is the process for declaring firearms when entering Canada?

When bringing your gun into Canada, you will need to fill out a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (Form CAFC 909) and have it signed by a Canadian Customs officer. There is a fee of $25.00CAD for this process.

How much ammunition can I bring into Canada?

You are allowed to bring in 200 rounds of ammunition duty-free per person, but it's best to check with your local airlines as there may be weight restrictions. Alternatively, you can purchase ammunition from no fly zone in Canada, often at better rates than local retailers.

Where can I purchase a hunting license in Saskatchewan?

Hunting licenses can be purchased through the Government of Saskatchewan. You can create a HAL account if it's your first time purchasing hunting licenses in the province. Licenses are available through your HAL account, any Saskatchewan hunting license issuer, Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment or select provincial park office, or by phone at 1-855-848-4773. Please refer to our Resources & Licenses page for more information.

When should I purchase my hunting license?

It is recommended to purchase your hunting license at least one month prior to your booked hunt.

Is there a guarantee of hunting success?

No, we cannot guarantee any amount of hunting success. Success may vary depending on various factors.

What are the payment terms for the hunt?

A 50% deposit is required to secure your booking. The remaining balance must be paid in full by August 1.

What happens if I need to cancel my hunt?

Any hunt cancellation will result in the loss of the deposit.

Can I customize the hunting agreement with No Fly Zone Waterfowl Outfitters?

Yes, if you have specific requirements, you can provide a custom agreement description.

Can I go whitetail deer or bear hunting with No Fly Zone?

Yes, No Fly Zone offers big game deer and bear hunting packages.

What makes Saskatchewan a good location for hunting?

Saskatchewan is home to one of the largest duck populations on the continent and offers high bag limits and multiple species of waterfowl.

Are non-hunters allowed to join the snow goose hunting trip?

Yes, non-hunters are welcome to join the trip for $250 per day.

How does the weather affect waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan?

The weather plays a significant role in determining the success of a waterfowl hunt. Warm, cold, or windy conditions can affect the behavior and movement of the birds. Adaptation to the given weather conditions is crucial for a successful hunt.

Gear up for an amazing hunt!

— John Prosak

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