DOA Outfitters is a father/son owned outfitting business. Offering Saskatchewan Waterfowl Hunts and Manitoba Bear Hunts. Located just north of the US/Canada border. With over 2000 square miles of prime bear area and exclusive rights to over 100,000 acres of prime waterfowl habitat, we cover alot of ground.
We strive on our motto "Come as a client, leave as a friend".
Trip of a Lifetime
Top notch guide with the best of equipment. No one works harder to see that his clients have great and memorable hunt I have had the pleasure of hunting with Darryl for 16yrs. I’ve never been with a guide or outfitter who works harder or does more to assure a wonderful and productive experience — don’t miss this experience
Rick Hunter Ky
I have duck and goose hunted with Darryl Kantimer in Eastern Saskatchewan for around 20 years, and I cannot imagine a more pleasant and exciting experience for a novice or a seasoned shotgunner. The setting is wonderful, the air is cool and clean, the goose and duck population is abundant and Darryl makes everything so easy and pleasurable — I’ve never been with a guide or outfitter who works harder or does more to assure a wonderful and productive experience — don’t miss this experience!
Roger Beck, Houston, Texas
22 years ago, I met Darryl while he was employed by as a guide and we had a great week of hunting (wildfowl) and it seemed to me that Darryl was doing all the work and his boss was getting most of the money. I talked to Darryl about going into the guiding business as he was very good at what he did. Being a wild fowler on Lake Erie near Sandusky Ohio, a good day was 4 ducks and with any kind of luck, a bonus goose. When Darryl called me back and said he would give outfitting a shot, I was very happy. So we started 22 years of wildfowl hunting and both became better and better at hunting the birds. There is many things to learn to get good at wild fowling such as (wind, sun, moon, permission to hunt, accommodations, time to get set up, camouflage, directions to the field), and I was always amazed how he found the field opening on the darkest of mornings. I think he can see in the dark? Our biggest year was 603 birds and the poorest was 248 birds, and that was a far cry better than the Lake Erie Marshes. The area he hunts in sometimes holds more than a million birds. By the way, I’m going back for my 23rd year. Darryl is an expert guide and a good person, you will have fun!!!
Dan Hutchins, Sandusky, Ohio