Oregon Mule Deer Hunting

1-4 Guests • Drop Camp • Public • Guided




Guaranteed Outfitter Tags available until March 25

Oregon Mule Deer

Oregon may not be well known as a top trophy Mule deer hunting destination, but possibly every unit east of the Cascade mountains will produce 165″- 200″ bucks with the potential of bigger. While the average mature buck size is 130″ – 165″, there are plenty of deer to give you a quality hunt with true trophy potential.

We offer public land Mule deer hunting in some of the most productive game management units in Central and Southeastern Oregon. Operating under BLM and USFS permits we have access to thousands of acres of prime public land Mule deer hunting. We hunt several different GMU’s throughout Eastern Oregon’s diverse habitat and with our commitment to scouting once you’ve drawn your tag, we can give you a great hunting experience. Whether you are looking for a hardcore backpack hunt and a trophy of a lifetime or want to hunt from a base camp and have a good time with family and friends let us assist you. We guarantee good food, good scouting and good times. Oregon’s beauty alone offers a breathtaking experience. If you would like to apply for Oregon’s controlled draw or have points and would like more information on the units that we hunt, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Obtaining a Tag

Rifle tags for Mule deer are available through a controlled draw with a deadline of May 15 to apply. Hunters can also purchase a guaranteed tag through a qualified outfitter. In Oregon’s draw system 75% of tags go to 1st choice applicants with the most points and 25% go into a random draw pool for the remaining first choice applicants. Only 5% of all available deer tags are set aside for non-resident hunters. Each year you purchase a hunting license and apply for a controlled hunt or purchase a point saver you accumulate one preference point. Nonresident hunters need an average of 2-5 preference points to draw a decent tag while units with fewer tags available or higher trophy potential may take 10-20+ points to draw a tag. Archery hunters can purchase an over the counter tag for many of the mule deer units across the state.

Guaranteed Outfitter Tags

Each year in December, qualified outfitters who are legally permitted to hunt in a specific GMU get to apply for up to 50% of all non-resident deer and elk tags available within that unit. The Outfitter then has until March 31 to sell these tags to potential clients. It is very similar to the NM outfitter draw pool except Outfitters compete amongst themselves. This gives much better draw odds to the Outfitters and inexpensive guaranteed tags to non-residents.

Base Price is per person for 5-day 2x1 Guided

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1x1 Guided Hunt


Your Host

Mike's Trip

Mike J

Mike has dedicated over 23 years to the outdoors, successfully guiding and hunting several major species of big game animals across the Western U.S and Alaska. Mike grew up hunting the coastal mountains of Western Washington where he learned to successfully hunt Blacktail deer, Roosevelt elk and Black bear at an early age. Being the oldest of three boys, his dad had him out in the woods as soon as he was old enough to walk.

from $4675/Experience

Base Price

$4675.00 Per Person Per Experience


$660.00 Per Person


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Guide Service
  • Food & Lodging
  • Trophy/Meat Preparation
  • Transportation While in Camp



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Valid Hunting License & Tag
  • Personal Camp Gear

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Rules & Guidelines

Guaranteed Outfitter Tags Available Until March 25


As in any service business gratuities are greatly appreciated. A recommended amount of 10-20% gratuity for a hard-working guide is standard.


All hunters 12 years of age and older are required to purchase a hunting license. Youth ages 12-17 are able to obtain a youth license that includes fishing and shellfishing.

Additional tags and regulations may vary by weapon, species, or region. Please see the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for more information.

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