What to Wear in a Hunting Area
In Saskatchewan, big game hunters and those who accompany big game hunters are required by law to wear a complete outer suit of scarlet, bright yellow, blaze orange or white; or any combination of these colours; from the waist up. The hat may be any of these colours except white. Coloured vests are not considered a complete outer suit from the waist up, and therefore are not acceptable.
IMPORTANT! It is a violation to hunt big game with a rifle, hunt in a designated rifle-only season or accompany a rifle hunter without wearing an outer suit from the waist up of scarlet, bright yellow, blaze orange or white or any combination of these colours.
Camouflage orange is not accepted for hunting in Saskatchewan. An exception applies to bow hunters and black powder hunters during special archery muzzle-loading seasons.
Below are examples of colour combinations that meet Saskatchewan's requirements for hunting.
A complete outer suit of blaze orange provides the high visibility necessary for safe hunting.
A complete outer suit of scarlet and blaze orange.
A combination of bright yellow and scarlet, from the waist up.
A combination of scarlet and white, from the waist up.