Guaranteed Landowner Tags for this Oregon Elk Mule Deer Combo Hunt
Extremely good P&Y potential exist for both elk and mule deer. They see 180″- 200″ bucks annually and bulls over 300″ are common. Only a handful of hunters get the pleasure of hunting this Oregon ranch per year.
What you should expect on this Oregon elk deer combo hunt:
This high success Oregon archery elk, mule deer combo takes place during the elk rut on a private ranch along the Idaho border. This is strictly an archery hunt on a huge private lease for unpressured bulls and trophy mule deer (guaranteed non-resident tags are available).
Six-point bull elk typically range between 250″ and 330″, with top-end bulls going 350″+. Mule deer up to 200″ live on the ranch as well and are seen every year.
Lodging is a rustic mountain cabin, that sits smack-dab in the middle of great elk country. You can expect to hear bulls bugling right from camp and on one hunt 18 different bulls were called in in just ONE day.
In addition to calling in rutting bulls, opportunities to shoot elk over water holes also exist. Hunting over the waterholes offers an extremely high shooting percentage on branch antlered bulls. In fact they have always held a 100% opportunity on 5 point+ bulls while hunting over the water!
On this Oregon elk deer combo hunt you will be calling, hunting from ground blinds over water, and by spot and stalk.
Fantastic hunting country and no pressure from other hunters. Good genetics and you should expect to see a few different elk herds on the ranch. Plan on seeing animals between 250″ and 330″ gross Pope and Young. John will bust his butt to try to get you an elk. The camp is rough but the countryside is beautiful. Have hunted this country three times and you should expect a 50% kill ratio ON A HERD BULL with a bow during rut. I have hunted there three times and have arrowed three bulls.”~ David from Avon, CT
Trophy Quality and Success Rates
High success rates. Six-point bull elk typically range between 250″ and 330″, with top-end bulls going 350″+. Mule deer up to 200″ live on the ranch as well and are seen every year.
Lodging for this hunt is a rustic mountain cabin, that sits smack-dab in the middle of great elk country.
FREE mountain lion if you see one, so we suggest having a tag in your pocket.
September during the elk rut.
Elk hunting license and tag
This Oregon hunting outfitter can offer Guaranteed Non-Resident Elk and Mule Deer Tags.
Hunt Reports from clients who’ve hunted with this outfitter:
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