Blacktail Deer Hunting Outfitters and Resources

There are two types of blacktail deer: the Columbia blacktail and the Sitka blacktail.

The Columbia Blacktail Deer lives in the temperate rain forest of the Pacific coasts of California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Trophy blacktail deer will have a spread in excess of 24″, brow-tines and four or more points per side. We work with some great blacktail deer hunting outfitters.

Sitka blacktail deer, closely related to the Columbia Blacktail deer, live in the coastal rain forests of Northern British Columbia, and Southeastern Alaska. Normal adult antler development for Sitka deer is three points on each side. Antlers are relatively small, with very few scoring more than 110 points by the B&C scoring system. Ask us about blacktail deer hunting »

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These blacktail deer hunting videos are a collection of hunting videos from our clients, pro-staff, and the outfitters that we work with.


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