Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting in Oregon

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Hunting Trip Category: Elk

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  • Great Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting with a Savvy Oregon Outfitter
    Roosevelt archery elk hunting in Oregon can be difficult, but his archery-only elk hunt has a 75% success rate! This outfitter has a wealth of knowledge about elk hunting in Oregon. Roosevelt elk live in a dark, lush, patchwork of old-growth timber, clearcuts, and reproduction forest (reprod) with a confusing maze of logging roads often ending in locked gates — along the Pacific Coast from California to British Columbia. To make matters worse, in Oregon the habitat is a hodgepodge of farms, timberland, and homes, mixed in with huge chunks of public land. It would take a lifetime for a DIY bowhunter to figure out where to legally hunt…. this hunt is your solution.

    “In the Pacific Coast Range, the canyons are vertical, the brush is dense — and the victory is huge!”
    ~Lon E. Lauber

    Expect to spend many hours glassing for elk feeding and rutting in clearcuts, natural meadows, and reprod. All of the guides are very archery savvy, and bowhunters themselves. You will be hunting a mix of 20,000 acres of private as well as public land, and you won’t be in competition with public hunters.

    The Opportunity Rates and Trophy Quality are VERY Good! Over 90% of bulls harvested make P&Y, and they have an incredible success rate of 75%!
    Oregon Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting Season in Oregon is mid-August through mid-September.
    Archery Tags are over the counter for every unit except Unit 26 (Powers Unit).*This outfitter hunts in Units: 24; 25; and 26

    *This outfitter hunts in Units: 24; 25; and 26

    Food and Lodging
    Lodging is in RV Campers (1 hunter per unit) at the Outfitters’ home. Max capacity in camp is three, but a party of four in the same group is welcome. Meals are home-style and you will eat in the house.

    Fly to the Coos Bay/North Bend airport where you will be picked up and driven to camp by the Outfitter or one of his guides.

    Black Tail Deer
    Hunting Black Tail Deer with rifle or muzzleloader will be a spot and stalk hunt, lots of glassing clearcuts and open areas.

    Muzzleloader is a draw tag but Outfitter has Guide tags allocated.

    Hunting 100% private ground, over 23,000+ acres.

    Black Bear
    This is a great hunt with lots of bears!

    Typical bears are in the 5.5’-6’ range and 150 lbs-350 lbs; this would be a great 1st timer’s chance to get a bear.

    This is a guaranteed shot opportunity! If a client does not get a shot during the 3 day hunt they are invited to stay until they get a shot or can make arrangements to come back.

  • Outfitter: Spoon Creek Outfitters
    Hunt Features:
    • Free range
    • Spot-and-stalk
    • Average to good trophy quality
    • High success rate
    Accommodations: Stay in Outfitters Home
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