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Canada Geese*Deer
*Antelope*Quail
*Dove*Grouse*Ducks
Honker Inn Lodge
Bob & Tatyana Suacci
P.O. Box 161
New Pine Creek, Or. 97635
Ph 530-946-4179
           
Honker Inn Lodge offers exceptional hunting opportunities: waterfowl, quail, dove, grouse, mule deer, and antelope, with our specialty being Canada Geese. Shooting ground squirrels after the snow thaws is also very popular. Guests can also combine hunting and fishing. Hunting details are covered shortly. In addition to hunting, there are a variety of local activities available aside from hunting.
Upland Birds*Water Fowl*Predators
Mah-Hah Outfitters
Box 428
Fossil, Oregon 97830
Ph 888-624-9424
      
One day fully guided upland bird hunting with Skip Geer and his dogs, on the Mayville Flat Hunting Preserve. The next day a fully guided steelhead or smallmouth bass trip with Steve Fleming of Mah-Hah Outfitters on the scenic John Day River.  Start your two- day adventure with Skip Geer at the Mayville Flat Hunting Preserve (located 2 ½ hours from Portland, Bend, or Pendleton) at 10:00 AM.  Skip will release your choice of seven (7) pheasant roosters or ten (10) chukars (or a mix of the two birds).  Flat Hunting Preserve is located within Skip’s family’s 6000+ acre high desert ranch between Condon and Fossil. It is a beautiful setting. You can see Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Hood, and Mt. Adams from the property, and it offers easy rolling hills to hunt. Mah-Hah Outfitters is headquartered in Fossil, Oregon, and Steve will be taking you to one of his private accesses on the John Day River.
Blacktail Deer
Southern Oregon Game Busters Guide Service
Doug & Janet Gattis
Box 1576
Medford, OR 97501
Ph 541-770-5050
          
 
Columbia blacktail deer, one-fifth of the Grand Slam of North American deer species, have a limited range compared to their whitetail relatives. Over most of this range, they are not uncommon in large numbers. A series of long-term patterns of ecological disturbances, primarily farming and timber harvest, have meant enhancement of favored blacktail habitat types. From California to British Columbia, hunters have reaped the benefits of this abundance. . Our preseason scouting for blacktail deer is indicating a very good upcoming season. We just got updated information from Don Huffman and the big blacktail he took last year officially scored 160 7/8 non-typical which he informed us makes it number 1 in SCI non-typical. Don took this deer on a relatively new piece of property, last year we picked up four more new pieces of property. Three of which are in the November rut archery hunt area.
Elk*Deer*Bear
Cornucopia Wilderness Pack Station
44256 Eagle Creek Road
Union, OR 97883
         
We offer these hunts on a very limited basis. These are one-on-two guided hunts, and we provide everything: the guide, cook, wrangler, food, the camp, and all the necessary camp gear. All you need to bring is your personal gear. Your guide will help you dress game, and there are no trophy fees or extra charges. Booking these hunts well in advance is recommended.  The recent increase in the bear population has turned an area known for its "good bear hunting" into an area with exceptional bear hunting! It is not uncommon to spot 6 or more bears in a day. The majority of bears in this country are off-color bears with cinnamon, chocolate, or blond coloring.  Wallowa Mountains of Northeast Oregon have long been known for their exceptional deer and elk hunting. Falling almost entirely within the Eagle Cap Wilderness, these mountains have been home to many record book animals. Wilderness means no roads and less hunter pressure and therefore better hunting. We offer Deer Drop Camp hunts, Supplied Camp hunts, Guided Hunts and Deluxe Camps. Camps are an average of 3-8 miles into the wilderness. These are 7-day hunts. For information about our Deluxe Deer Camps. We hunt in the Minam, Catherine Creek, Pine Creek, Keating, Snake and Imnaha units and all 1st Season Elk hunts are draw hunts. First Season Elk hunts are five days of hunting with a day to pack-in and a day to pack-out. Second Season Elk hunts are five days of hunting with a day to pack-in and a day to pack-out. Packing in a few days prior to the season is recommended. Packing out the day after your hunt ends is on a first come first serve basis and some camps need to be packed out a day or two following the hunt.
Elk*Deer*Bear
Zennie Outfitters and Guides
Jeff Zennie
15918 Bayview Drive
Brookings, OR 97415
Ph 541-469-9003
           
As professional backcountry hunters and outfitters, Blackhawk Outfitters takes personal pride in our reputation for offering spectacular Oregon elk hunting, mule deer hunting, and  bear hunting. We provide our clients with priceless, lifetime memories. We begin prescouting prior to the August archery elk and mule deer hunting season. Our archery hunts coexist within the control rifle hunt areas; therefore maximizing the opportunity to locate, pattern, and harvest the premium game a unit has to offer. We are permitted to guide numerous controlled elk and mule deer hunts on public lands throughout Oregon. You will be elk hunting and mule deer hunting handpicked, geographically large control hunt units having some of the lowest tag numbers offered by the state. Our clients enjoy high success ratios and harvest trophy elk and mule deer each year.
Ducks
Macpherson & Cale Duck Hunting Guides
David Cale
Ph 503-391-1918
           
Macpherson and Cale Guide Service has over twenty years of hunting experience and has been licensed since 1993. They lease 500 acres with a pond on it giving you the only access to duck hunting in the area. They provide the pond, decoys, and dogs. They will call the ducks, pack your ammo in, and pack your ducks back to your automobile. Some common ducks that they hunt for are teal, pintail, mallard, widgeons, wood, and geese off the pond.
Pheasant*Duck*Dove
Pheasant Valley Hunting Club
3860 West Cedar Road
Vale, OR 97918
Ph 541-473-3867
        
Pheasant Valley Hunting Ranch, a hunting preserve located in Eastern Oregon, provides the ultimate in pheasant and quail hunting. The preserve was founded in 1994 with hunters from around the state. At the time it was a very small operation. Now the preserve has grown much larger with hunters traveling from around the country. During the month of September, to go along with our great pheasant hunting, you can also shoot doves at no extra charge. We have a good population of doves scattered through-out the ranch. We have lots of springs and ponds on the property, plus lots of roosting trees. We also plant 5-10 acres of Sunflowers, which attract large numbers of doves. Regular State and Federal Licensing, Limits and Seasons must be followed.
Pheasant*Quail*Chukar
Olex Preserve
64187 Upper Creek Road
Arlington, OR 97812
Ph 541-454-2011
Fax 541-454-2236
           
 
Alice and Don both grew up in hunting families. Alice spent many hunting seasons in the woods of Eastern Oregon chasing the elusive deer with her family. She did not do any bird hunting until later in life. Don also grew up in a hunting family.  As a small boy he hunted the fence rows, ditches, filbert, walnut and prune orchards of the Oregon Willamette Valley. He hunted pheasants, chukars, quail, grouse, doves, pigeons, ducks and geese as he grew up. As a family he went deer and elk hunting.
Upland game bird hunting on a preserve offers some real advantages. A longer season allows you to do more hunting in an area that is maintained for these purposes. This is better for the birds, the dogs and the hunters. Olex Preserve makes available guides and dogs. We also provide excellent training for both the dog and the hunter. A preserve is great place for beginning hunters and will give them an incentive to continue to learn the sport of bird hunting.
Elk*Deer*Bear
Moss Springs Packing
Box 568
Cove, OR 97824
Ph 888-420-7855
Ph 541-562-1811
           
Northeastern Oregon is beautiful, game-rich country, and Moss Springs Packing has been leading hunters into the wild Wallowa Mountains since 1972. You can rest assured Moss Springs packers and guides are full-time wilderness professionals who know how to take you to the places you want to be and back again on a hunting trip you'll never forget. We hunt in the Minam, Catherine Creek, Pine Creek, Keating, Snake and Imnaha units and all 1st Season Elk hunts are draw hunts.
First Season Elk hunts are five days of hunting with a day to pack-in and a day to pack-out. Packing in a few days prior to the season is recommended. Packing out the day after your hunt ends is on a first come first serve basis and some camps need to be packed out a day or two following the hunt. Give us a satellite or cell phone call and we will come and pack-out your game. We hunt in the Minam, Catherine Creek, Pine Creek, Keating, Snake and Imnaha units and all Deer hunts are draw hunts. The application deadline for all draw hunts is May 15th. Non-resident guaranteed deer tags are available on first come, first serve basis and are priced at N/A for license and tag. Tags must be purchased by March 15 accompanied by necessary information.
Elk*Deer*Predators
Battle Creek Outfitters
2645 Horell Road
Bend, OR 97701
Ph 541-389-4078
Fax 541-389-4078
  

Battle Creek Outfitters has been in operation and providing professional guide services for over 12 years. Our big game hunts primarily take place on private ranches, however we have now increased our hunting area to include parts of the Ochoco National Forest Service as well. We take pride in our operation and the fact that 70% of our clients come back each year, some hunting with us for over six years. Oregon mule deer herds in Central and Eastern Oregon are doing well. This translates into increased opportunity and success for our Mule Deer hunting trips. Over the years our rifle Mule Deer hunting has enjoyed an overall 85% success rate. We are offering our Oregon Mule Deer Hunting rifle hunts in the Heppner Mule Deer game management unit this year. The terrain and landscape of this unit is very gentle and allows for good spot & stalk style hunting. Over the years we have spent countless days and weeks in several of Eastern Oregon's finest Rocky Mountain Elk hunting units. Currently, we offer rifle Rocky Mountain Elk hunts in the Heppner, Starkey and the Ochoco units. Within these units we have been able to secure some outstanding ranches for Elk Hunting and have scouted some of the most productive areas. What this means to our clients is that we have extensive knowledge of these hunting units and we are able to offer several different types of rifle elk hunting opportunities. We have branched bull elk and spike bull elk hunts available depending on the hunting area and dates of the hunt. The elk herds are doing very well in our areas and our success has been high, with many hunts having 100% success on branched antler bulls.

   
   
FISHING

Drift Boats*Coastal Trips
High Desert River Outfitters
Maupin Office
PO. BOX 264
Maupin, OR 97037
Ph 1-800-461-5823
Ph 541-382-1516
Bend Office
PO Box 8231
Bend OR 97708
Toll-Free 1-800-962-3327
Ph 541-382-1514
           
Enjoy amazing springtime and summer catches of the beautiful football shaped Redside variety of  rainbow trout. Year round for Redsides, early April brings the onset of an amazing  hatch of Salmon Flys which continues into late June. This is prime time for targeting those  famous Red Sides. The competition for space on the boat becomes fierce so book early to secure your seat on the boat. During the later summer and fall months you can target the fierce fighting, aerobatic metal heads – ocean going Steelhead Trout Enjoy gourmet riverside cooking, morning and night with a great deli style lunch when the sun is  high. Please be sure to let us know of any dietary restrictions or special meal or snack requests  ahead of time so we can tailor make your fishing adventure as enjoyable as possible.

 

Steelhead
Honker Inn Lodge
Bob & Tatyana Suacci
P.O. Box 161
New Pine Creek, Or. 97635
Ph 530-946-4179
           
In addition to hunting, there are a variety of local activities available aside from hunting. These include: mountain biking, hiking lakes or streams (spin or fly), bird watching, rock hounding, hanggliding, backpacking, viewing wild flowers and wildlife, photography, star gazing, canoing, snowmobiling, skiing, etc. Guided or self-guided tours are also available to hot springs, Native American petroglyphs, Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge, sun stone mines, and more.
Steelhead*Trout*Bass*Bluegill
Mah-Hah Outfitters
Box 428
Fossil, Oregon 97830
Ph 1-888-624-9424
       
  
Welcome to John Day River and the best smallmouth bass and largemouth bass, steelhead and crappie website in Oregon. We are Mah-Hah outfitters and we offer angling and hunting trips on the John Day River.
Trout
Arrowhead River Adventures
720 Greenleaf Drive
Eagle Point, OR 97524
Ph 800-227-7741
Ph 541-830-3388
         
Oregons Rogue River lodge  trips in the 'Wild and Scenic' Rogue River Canyon. We offer Chinook salmon  (King salmon) , Coho salmon (Silver salmon) and steelhead adventures. Our Lower Rogue River Lodge trip is not just another trip. It is a salmon and steelhead adventure. This trip is unique because it is a one way, 65 mile journey down the 'Wild and Scenic' Rogue River, a spectacular place filled with history, romance and adventures of the Old West. The scenery and wildlife are so spectacular that the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management has protected it by declaring the area 'Wild and Scenic'. That means no one will be able to build dams, homes, or roads in the area. The number of people allowed to float this 65 mile trip with us is restricted to just 12-14 participants per trip. It looks and feels the same as it did 100 years ago.
Salmon/Steelhead
Rogue Klamath River Adventures
Gold Hill, OR 97525
Ph 800-231-0769
Ph 541-779-3708
           
The Rogue River is known the world over for its excellent salmon & steelhead  and this year's predictions call for a record salmon run! Don't miss out on some of the greatest fishing found anywhere. We have been fishing the Rogue for over 20 years and we specialize in arranging a custom trip for you and your group. Whether it is a family vacation, a trip for your business associates or just a day away, we'll create that memorable trip that will have you coming back year after year. So, give us a call and let us show you where all the best 'secret' spots are.We are a fully licensed and insured, full-time professional guide service.
Steelhead*Salmon*Drift Boats
Zennie Outfitters and Guides
Jeff Zennie
15918 Bayview Drive
Brookings, OR 97415
Ph 541-469-9003
        
Let Blackhawk Outfitters,LLC, be your  guide for great steelhead, Chinook salmon!  Fishing guide Jeff Zennie's expertise, incomparable knowledge of the rivers and variety of techniques, along with the use of the finest custom equipment available guarantee customer satisfaction. We offer a rare, unique raft  experience on the upper Smith River in northern California, jet boat on  the magnificent Rogue, and Klamath Rivers, and drift boat on the Chetco and southern Oregon's smaller coastal rivers. To accommodate large groups, we work with local-derby award-winning  California and Oregon guides with years of experience local waters. 
Steelhead*Sturgeon*Bass
Beamers Hells Canyon Tours
Jim & Jill Koch
Box 1243
Lewiston, ID 83501
Ph 800-522-6966
Ph 509-748-4800
Fax 509-758-3643
         
Almost every time you'd have a bite - something would happen each time you set down. A spectacular experience! What a  trip to the Snake River. I'll remember it as long as I live!"
Trout*Steelhead*Bass*Float Trips
Dreams on the Fly
Dave Tucker
Box 638
Parma, ID 83660
Ph 208-861-2853
           
We have been professionally guiding for trophy browns and rainbows on the Owyhee River, since 2003.  Located in a high desert canyon, just 50 miles from Boise, Idaho.  We fish the Owyhee year round with the exception of Oct. & Nov. when they spawn. The vast smorgasbord of insects provide the food source for the abundant fish populationNot only are there great numbers, but also great numbers of large trout.  The average size of the brown trout are 17-21 inches with a few monsters at 2 feet plus.
Steelhead*Chinook*Drift Boats
Ferron's Fun Trips
Ferron and Sue Orris
Hog Creek Boat Landing
Merline, OR 97532
Ph 800 404 2201
           
The Rogue's famous fighting gamefish, steelhead and Chinook salmon, from aluminum, dory-style driftboats. No soggy tennis shoes in these boats. You stay dry, so you can fish in a wider range of seasons.
They are migratory, and beginning in January, you can expect to see the first of the winter-run steelhead. In April, count on seeing the spring Chinook. The fall run of both steelhead and Chinook salmon begins in August.

   
   
   
   

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Whitewater Rafting*Womens & Teen Rafting*Kayaking
Obrien's Rogue River Rafting
5556 Lower River Rd.
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Ph 800-957-RAFT
Ph 541-476-2404
         
The Full Day Rogue River Rafting trip begins at Hog Creek Boat Ramp where guest are immediately whisked into the quiet depths of Hellgate Canyon. This canyon stands timeless and echoes a splendor rarely found so undisturbed. As the trip continues guests experience the thrill of whitewater rapids followed by scenic wonders.
Whitewater Rafting
High Desert River Outfitters
Maupin Office
PO. BOX 264
Maupin, OR 97037
Ph 1-800-461-5823
Ph 541-382-1516
Bend Office
PO Box 8231
Bend OR 97708
Toll-Free 1-800-962-3327
Ph 541-382-1514
            
 
Our team of friendly, expert whitewater rafting guides provides high-adrenaline whitewater adventures and relaxing river floats in Oregon and Washington. What are you waiting for? Grab a paddle — let's go rafting! We specialize in Oregon river rafting and Oregon whitewater rafting. Regardless of your skill level, we have the right rafting trip for you on the Deschutes River, McKenzie River, North Santiam River, Klickitat River, Rogue River, Grande Ronde River, Upper Klamath River, or the Owyhee River.
 Kayak Tours*Kayak Rentals
*Used Kayaks*
Kayak Gear*Canoe Rentals
Portland Kayak Company Macadam Avenue
6342 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite G
Portland, OR 97201
Ph 503-459-4050
            
 
Welcome to Portland Kayak Company...your source for quality kayaks, canoes, paddling gear, kayak trips, kayak classes, and kayak & canoe rentals in Portland, Oregon.  We also offer unforgettable kayaking vacations to Baja, Mexico.  Our shop is located just steps from the Willamette River, allowing easy access for kayak rentals, demos, guided kayak tours and classes.  We also harbor a kayak fleet on the docks at RiverPlace Marina, where we launch our Ross Island kayak tours.
Whitewater Rafting
River Drifters
PO Box 40
405 Deschutes Ave
Maupin, OR. 97037
Ph 800-972-0430
        
Whitewater rafting in Oregon and Washington is some of the best rafting in the country! River Drifters is one of the oldest and most experienced whitewater rafting companies in Oregon and Washington. Our professional guides are committed to making your adventure with us not only safe but of the finest possible quality. Come join us for an unforgettable rafting trip!We offer one of the best whitewater rafting trip selections of Oregon and Washington's whitewater outfitters.
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking*Canoeing
Oregon Ride & River Excursions
Box 158
Idleyld Park, OR 97447
Ph 888-454-9696
Ph 541-496-3333
           
 Kayak Tours*Kayak Rentals
*Used Kayaks
*Kayak Gear*Canoe Rentals
 
Portland Kayak Company River Place
0315 SW Montgomery, Suite 330
Portland, OR 97201
Ph 1-888-238-2059
Ph 503-229-0551
         
Visit our Macadam Avenue shop to check out our complete selection of kayaks, paddles, paddling gear and accessories. Whether you are a seasoned paddler or just getting started, we carry a wide range of boats from reasonably priced recreational kayaks to the finest high performance kayaks available. 
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking
North Umpqua Outfitters
P.O. Box 158
Idleyld Park, OR 97447
Ph 888-454-9696
           
North Umpqua Outfitters has been guiding on the North Umpqua River since 1987 under a special use permit issued by the Umpqua National Forest.  North Umpqua Outfitters is an Equal Opportunity Recreation Provider.Licensed and Insured. Oregon Guides License 1835-10
Whitewater Rafting
O.A.R.S.
Box 67
Angels Camp, CA 9522
Ph 800-346-6277
Ph 209-736-4677
Fax 209-736-2902
        
We are one of the most established outfitters in Oregon—we’ve been guiding guests down the Rogue River since 1969. Five of our guides have a collective experience of 81 years leading river trips. More than a couple of guides were born into the raft-guiding business. That’s a tremendous amount of insight, wouldn’t you agree?
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking
Arrowhead River Adventures
720 Greenleaf Drive
Eagle Point, OR 97524
Ph 800-227-7741
Ph 541-830-3388
           
Welcome to our Southern Oregon river adventures website. We offer Rogue River rafting trips and Upper Klamath River rafting trips. Rogue River fishing trips for Chinook salmon (Kings) , Coho salmon (Silvers), Summer-run steelhead and Winter-run steelhead. Fish for trout on the Rogue River and Upper Klamath River on our day fishing trips.
Whitewater Rafting
Oregon River Experiences
18074 S Boone Ct
Beavercreek, OR 97004
Ph 800-827-1358
Ph 503-632-6836
Fax 503-632-6836
           
Welcome! We're Oregon River Experiences, and for more than 30 years we've had the honor and pleasure of sharing whitewater rafting adventures with guests as we explore the some of the northwest’s most pristine and awe inspiring rivers.Our business – and our passion – is to provide our guests with unique, rejuvenating river rafting vacations.
Whitewater Rafting
James Henry River Journeys
Box 807-WB
Bolinas, CA 94924
Ph 800-786-1830
Ph 415-868-1836
Fax 415-868-9033
          
The Tatshenshini-Alsek River Expedition has long been regarded as North America's most spectacular whitewater rafting trip. Bisecting one of the most pristine wilderness areas in the world, these rivers defy the human imagination by cutting through the world's largest non-polar icefields--the seemingly impassable Alsek, St. Elias, and Fairweather Ranges.
Whitewater Rafting
Rogue Klamath River Adventures
Gold Hill, OR 97525
Ph 800-231-0769
Ph 541-779-3708
           
It's almost impossible to describe what white water rafting on Oregon's Wild & Scenic rivers feels like. The exhilaration of the whitewater . . . the power of the river . . . the beauty and wildness of nature. You've got to experience it for yourself. That's where we come in. Our river guides are most knowledgeable when it comes to white water rafting on the Rogue River, Upper Klamath, Lower Klamath, Cal-Salmon,
Whitewater Rafting
Rogue River Journeys
Box 91
Bayside, CA 95524
Ph 866-213-7754
          
When it comes to your Rogue River vacation, Rogue River Journeys is the outfitter you can trust to provide an excellent vacation experience. At Rogue River Journeys, we take pride in providing customers with the best guides, food, equipment, and value; all while enjoying what we think is the best and most beautiful whitewater river in the west.
Whitewater Rafting
Sun Country Raft Tours
John Cramp
531 SW 13th Street
Bend, OR 97702
Ph 800-770-2161
Ph 541-382-6277
Fax 541-330-2608
           
Conveniently located just minutes from all Central Oregon resorts, the Big Eddy has been the favorite family rafting adventure since 1978.  This “short but oh so sweet” raft trip runs thru the beautiful Deschutes National Forest.  Towering ponderosa pines and quaking aspen cover the landscape as river otters playfully swim through this river wonderland. 
Whitewater Rafting*Float Trips*Jet Boatin
Beamers Hells Canyon Tours
Jim & Jill Koch
Box 1243
Lewiston, ID 83501
Ph 800-522-6966
Ph 509-748-4800
Fax 509-758-3643
           
All fares are quoted per person in U.S. dollars. They do not include Washington State sales Tax, US Forest Service Use Fee. All tours depart from our dock located behind Quality Inn, 700 Port Drive, Clarkston, Washington. Some exceptions may be made to the departure dock due to spring run off and flood conditions. Fuel surcharges may apply. 
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking Trips
Ferron's Fun Trips
Ferron and Sue Orris
Hog Creek Boat Landing
Merline, OR 97532
Ph 800 404 2201
           
We are a small family owned Rogue River Raft Trips and Rogue River rentals company that has been in business since 1994. The owners, Ferron and Sue, often will answer your call and help you plan your Oregon whitewater rafting trip. Many times Ferron will be your guide, offering you an intimate Rogue River rafting experience.
 
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking
Northwest Rafting Company
Zachary Collier
116 Oak St, Suite #4
Hood River, OR
Ph 541-450-9855
           
We are proud to offer award winning rafting trips in the Pacific Northwest and a few select international destinations.
 
Whitewater Rafting*Kayaking
Orange Torpedo Trips
Erik Weiseth
Ph 541-479-5061
Merlin, OR 97532
           
Orange Torpedo Trips has been providing whitewater rafting adventures on the Rogue River,  Salmon River, Klamath River, and North Umpqua River for over four decades. Founded in 1969, we have been taking people down these exciting Oregon, Idaho, and California rivers ever since.
Mountain Biking
Oregon Ride & River Excursions
Box 158
Idleyld Park, OR 97447
Phone 888-454-9696
Ph 541-496-3333
   

We use only state of the art equipment and supply you with everything you'll need to stay safe, warm, and happy. We provide all the equipment you'll need except for personal items such as sun screen, sun glasses with keepers, a hat, a heavy wool or poly sweater (not cotton), a full water bottle, and sandals, wet shoes or tennis shoes you can get wet.  We carry a few things in our store in case you forgot something.  At the minimum bring a swimming suit or something you'd be comfortable in getting wet.  Wet suits, paddling jackets, and helmets are often required, and we will provide these when necessary
   
Hiking*Camping
Obrien's Rogue River Rafting
5556 Lower River Rd.
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Ph 800-957-RAFT
Ph 541-476-2404
        
Capture the breathtaking beauty that is unique to the Rogue River on our full 1 day or half day rafting adventures. Guests may choose to ride in a Rogue Inflatable Raft or paddle their own inflatable kayak or even opt to experience both rides by trading back and forth between the raft and kayak. This fifteen mile float has a little bit of everything from exhilarating whitewater to serene canyons. The full day trip begins at 8:40 am and ends with you back at your car by 3:00 pm. A delicious lunch is included as well as plenty to drink.
Hiking
Arrowhead River Adventures
720 Greenleaf Drive
Eagle Point, OR 97524
Ph 800-227-7741
Ph 541-830-3388
           
Discover the wild heart of Oregon with Arrowhead River Adventure Tours. Let us guide you to the best historic and scenic destinations in Southern Oregon. Enjoy walking through Oregon's Spectacular wilderness. See waterfalls, rivers, and lakes. Feel the coolness, delight in the scent of an immense forest filled with conifer and Cyprus trees. Visit Beckys Restaurant, famous for homemade, fresh berry pies. Tour Oregon's largest fish hatchery.
Hiking
Rogue River Journeys
Box 91
Bayside, CA 95524
Ph 866-213-7754
           
In June, we offer four-day hiking trips on the historic Rogue River trail. Over 40 miles long, the trail is well maintained and parallels the length of the river. With its easy gradient and ample shade, the trail is a wonderful way to enjoy the Rogue's spectacular scenery. Our hiking trips include a knowledgeable trail guide who will hike with you, delicious lunches that are set up and waiting at predetermined locations and overnight lodging (with hearty meals, a hot shower and comfortable beds) at Black Bar, Marial, Paradise and Clay Hill Lodges. The best part of the hiking trail is that you only need to carry a daypack for your camera and water, as our rafts will carry the trip gear and food. And, if you'd like to take a break from hiking, you are welcome to ride in our rafts and enjoy some of the river's exciting whitewater. A well maintained hiking trail parallels the Rogue River for 40 miles from Grave Creek to Foster Bar. The trail affords spectacular views of the river canyon, frequent Glimpses of wildlife, and takes you to historic points of interest along the way. Many of our guests spend part of a day hiking, reuniting with our group at lunch or camp. Hiking is not difficult although some sections have moderately strenuous switchbacks to higher elevations. If you enjoy hiking, bring appropriate footwear and a small pack for water and snacks. There will be hiking opportunities on every day of your trip.
Hiking*Climbing*Back Packing
Cornucopia Wilderness Pack Station
44256 Eagle Creek Road
Union, OR 97883
        
There is so much to see and so little time to see it in the Wallowa Mountains of northeastern Oregon. So why not see as much of it as you can without having to take a day or two just getting all your gear and food into camp. The Wallowa Mountains are home to the incredible 360,000 acre Eagle Cap Wilderness Area, Oregon's largest. Let us do the packing while you do the enjoying. Cornucopia Wilderness Pack Station can haul your gear into a base camp from which you can climb mountains, hike, fish, or swim along the Minan, Imnaha, or Wallowa Rivers in country once traveled by Lewis and Clark, Sacajawea, and Chief Joseph. And when you really have to get back to civilization, we'll bring your gear back our so you'll leave no trace until your return--and who wouldn't want to return. Visit Western Hiker at westernhiker.com for many other backpacking adventures in Eagle Cap and Hells Canyon Wilderness areas. Children are welcome. Hike or Ride, your choice.
   
Pack Trips
Moss Springs Packing
Box 568
Cove, OR 97824
Phone 888-420-7855
Ph 541-562-1811
           
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Cornucopia Wilderness Pack Station
44256 Eagle Creek Road
Union, OR 97883
        
The 360,000 acre Eagle Cap Wilderness, an area with scenic wild rivers like the Minam and Imnaha, 53 high mountain lakes, 540 miles of trails, granite crags, and steep-walled valleys formed by ancient glaciers. This is the country of the Nez Perce tribe, pioneers, trappers, explorers, and gold miners. And it is a great place to explore with one of our eight horseback riding adventures: Sourdough Special, The Chief Joseph, The Fisherman's Special, Pine Lakes Camp, The Prospector, The Mountaineer, or Springtime in Hells Canyon. Click on a link for more information.We also offer backpacker drop camps for hikers, photographers, birders, or climbers who wish to have gear and food packed into the wilderness for an extended trip. Visit Western Hiker at westernhiker.com for more backpacking options.
   
Oregon Outfitters
Oregon Outfitters
Oregon Outfitters


Oregon Hunting Outfitters and Guides Elk Facts

The bulk of the Roosevelt elk population is in Oregon is 63,000. The Roosevelt Elk, also known as Olympic Elk or Wapiti, are the largest of the elk subspecies. Mature elk can weigh anywhere from 600 to 1,100 pounds (275 to 500kg) when mature, with a height at the shoulder up to 5 feet (150 cm). The Roosevelt Elk tend to be a deeper darker brown than the relatively smaller Rocky Mountain Elk, and have a darker mane and yellowish-brown rump. Roosevelt Elk tend to have narrower antlers than the Rocky Mountain elk, but usually have much more mass and height. The average length of a Roosevelt Elk is 8 feet, but mature bull elk have also been measured up to 10 feet. The Roosevelt Elk are located in the rain forests of the western Cascade Mountains, from northern California, Oregon, Washington, and into British Columbia, with the largest herd (about 5,000) being located in Olympic National Park in Washington State. Roosevelt Elk were also transplanted from the Olympic Peninsula to Afognak Island (Alaska) in 1929. The herd is now roughly 1,200 strong. The elk located on this particular island have also been known to weigh as much as 1,300 pounds (590 kg) mostly due to the abundance in their food supply. In the early 1900’s the Roosevelt Elk population plummeted to only about a dozen animals. Theodore Roosevelt, an avid hunter and an active contributor to wildlife conservation, created Olympic National Park (then called Mount Olympus National Monument) for future generations to enjoy and to provide protection for the Roosevelt Elk. Roosevelt Elk calves are usually born from mid-May to mid-June and weigh between 30 to 35 pounds at birth. Calves are born with spots which are gone by the end of summer. The calves are weaned from their mother’s milk at two months of age, leaving the comfort of their mother just before the breeding season begins in the next year.

Oregon Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

Black-tailed deer hunting is considered by many to be the ultimate deer hunting challenge. In this article, we'll cover the reasons hunting blacktails can be so challenging, the most effective and commonly used tactics for bagging blacktail bucks, the different tactics required for hunting blacktails in different terrain, and the all-important need for proper scouting.
Blacktails are greatly outnumbered by whitetail and mule deer in North America. They have a narrow geographic range that hugs the Pacific coast from southeast Alaska down to northern California. Perhaps partly because of this narrow range, not a whole lot has been written about blacktail hunting when compared to the seemingly endless volumes on whitetail and mule deer. The blacktail deer is classified as a subspecies of the mule deer. However, they typically do not share the mule deer's love of wide open country. Their behavior is more like that of whitetails, although they do not follow consistent patterns like the whitetail. Often referred to as the "Ghost of the Pacific", the blacktail deer is an elusive creature. Most hunters who have gone after blacktail agree they are probably the most challenging of all North American big game animals. The good news is that in most blacktail deer country, their population density is very high, even though it doesn't seem that way because so few deer are spotted. And they have relatively small home ranges; although Oregon and California have black-tailed deer that are migratory, most blacktails deer spend their whole lives in an area no bigger than two square miles. The deer are there, and they don't wander far from home, so if you're willing to learn their secretive ways, and you're ambitious enough to put in your time, you just might be able to outsmart a blacktail deer buck.


Oregon Hunting Outfitters and Guides Bear Facts

Oregon is home to about 25,000 to 30,000 black bear, North America’s most common bear species. Generally black in color, they can also be brown, cinnamon or blond. Fast and agile, they are good swimmers and climbers who prefer forests, trails and streams. At home throughout Oregon, black bear are omnivorous and have a diverse diet including berries, fruit, grasses and plants. Although they will consume small mammals, insects and amphibians, these bear are not usually active predators. Bear should never be allowed access to human food or garbage; it habituates them to people and increases the chance of conflict. Once habituated to finding food near homes or campgrounds, bears can become a threat to human safety and must often be destroyed. Oregon is black bear country. Although native to the area, there are no longer grizzly bear in the state. The last grizzly bear recorded was killed in the late 1930s  in Wallowa County. However, because black bear are often brown, people sometimes wonder what species of bear they have seen. Here is some information on bear identification. Bear proofing your yard and neighborhood can help avoid potentially dangerous bear encounters and keep Oregon’s bear safe and where they belong – in the wild. Most problems are caused by people feeding bear, either actively or inadvertently. Once habituated to finding food near homes, bear can become a threat to human safety and must often be euthanized. Follow these guidelines to protect both humans and bear.


Oregon Hunting Outfitters and Guides Antelope Facts

All pronghorn antelope hunts are controlled hunts where the number of hunters is limited and tags are awarded through a public drawing. Hunters should apply for more than one hunt choice. If your first choice hunt is cancelled, you will receive a postcard describing your hunt choice options for further information.  A map will be sent if indicated in hunt description. No person shall shoot at a pronghorn antelope from a point within 50 yards of a motor vehicle including aircraft, except persons that have an “Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing  Pronghorn Antelope Landowner Preference Tags are only available for hunts with “doe or fawn” or “either sex” bag limit.
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