Each and everyone here plays a critical part in making WSO the premier camp that it is today. They all live and breath hunting and the outdoors. They simply love what they do and it shows. They are knowledgeable in every aspect of waterfowl and never stop to provide you, our clients, with the best experience possible. There are alot of camps out there that can “put you on the birds” but this group of guys is truly what makes WSO different from all the rest. Come and experience all that Wild Sky Outfitters has to offer this hunting season.
OWNER – CHAD WARD
Chad was born in Manitoba but Saskatchewan has been his home for the past 22 years. The outdoors has been a huge part of his life starting at a very young age. He retired from firefighting after 17 years of service in 2015 to pursue his love of the outdoors and his passion of building beautiful homes. Owning his own waterfowl camp had always been a dream of his and now that he has made this dream come true he is constantly working to make sure your experience with PSO is beyond your expectations. From the first initial phone call, the beautiful accommodations, friendly relaxed atmosphere and fun experienced staff, he is making sure all the details are covered. Chad’s goal is to continue to make sure WSO is one of the premier waterfowl camps in Saskatchewan.
HEAD GUIDE/ CAMP MANAGER – CORBIN PASTERNAK
Corbin is from our neighbouring province, Manitoba. He will be joining us for a second year and we are excited to see what new and innovative ideas he has in store to have those birds dropping in to our spread. In the offseason he is busy guiding for Wollaston Lake Lodge and chasing walleyes, whitetail and late season elk. If that’s not enough, in-between being on the lake, in the bush or out in the field, he is trying to broaden his worldly knowledge by traveling the globe.
SCOUT – KRIS RADZICHOWSKY
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CAMP COOK – JODI LINK
Jodi has had a love for cooking her whole life and you can tell the minute you walk into the lodge. She started cooking for outfitting camps in her hometown of Dorintosh Sk, and since has worked in Yellowknife, Nunavut, Alberta and now with us here at WSO. She is married with three children and one grandson and enjoys camping, fishing, and spending quality time with family and friends. Make sure to bring your full appetite as you will not be going home hungry from here.