Oregon Rocky Mountain Elk Hunting

1-4 Guests • Lodge • Public • Guided


Rocky Mountain Elk Hunting in the Heart of Oregon - Trophy Archery Rocky Mountain Elk

5-Day Rifle Hunt | 2x1 or 1x1 Guided

The State of Oregon has the 5th largest elk population in the United States and great potential for those looking for a trophy bull and a quality hunt. Archery hunters can purchase a general license and over-the-counter tag which is good for most elk units in the State. Rifle hunters must apply for a unit-specific controlled draw hunt, or purchase a guaranteed outfitter tag, or Landowner tag.

We have long been passionate about elk hunting and we continue to produce quality Rocky Mountain elk. We are legally permitted to hunt most units in the State of Oregon, and we work and scout hard throughout the year to find quality bulls. With over 25 years of experience hunting and producing trophy Rocky Mountain elk, we can certainly help you with your dream hunt. No matter what your weapon of choice is, we are elk-hunting experts and can give you the hunt you dream about.

Give us a call today and start planning your hunt. You’ll be glad you did.


All hunts are booked on a first-come first-serve basis. We take a small number of clients each year to ensure high success, so availability is usually limited. It is important to plan early when booking a hunt with us.

Terrain and Hunting Techniques

The terrain that Rocky Mountain elk live varies greatly. It is a mostly steep and rugged country with deep canyons filled with thick brush, open hillsides, and timbered forests. Rocky Mountain elk habitat can stretch from the mountainous regions all the way to the sagebrush on the edge of the Desert. It is best to be in good physical condition for these hunts. We can cater to physical disabilities in most units.

We use all methods for success. We love spot and stalk, still hunting and calling bulls during archery season but in the dry weather, we aren't afraid of sitting water and waiting for a thirsty animal.

Guaranteed Outfitter Tags

Each year, Outfitters are allowed to apply for 50% of the Non-Resident tags for deer and elk that were drawn in the previous year’s public draw. Guaranteed outfitter tags are available on a first come first service basis, directly through a qualified outfitter such as us. The tags can be sold to Non-Residents only and are available starting December 31 of each year. These tags are unit-specific tags that outfitters have drawn in a separate draw that takes place just between outfitters. Outfitters then have until March 31 each year to sell those tags. If the tags are not sold they return to the state and can be purchased by outfitters in a leftover draw pool. These tags can take anywhere from 8-20 years for a nonresident to draw in the public drawing.

If you are interested in a premium tag for Elk or Deer don't hesitate to call us. We can put you on the list and get you on a great hunt without having to draw a tag.


All Hunts Include:

  • Meals,

  • Lodging

  • Guide Service

  • All transportation once you arrive at camp

  • Skinning of your animal and preparing meat and hide for delivery to our local butcher shop and taxidermist

  • Assist with the preparation of meat and hide for airplane travel

  • If you wish to donate some or all of your meat, we have a form for you to fill out to make it a legal process.

What's Not Included

Not included are tags and licenses, transportation costs to and from camp, motel costs before or after the scheduled trip, rental cars, meat processing, taxidermy, or gratuities for guides.


The nearest major airport is Portland, Oregon (PDX). Depending on the area that we will hunt you may choose to fly into Redmond, Oregon which is closer to camp. We will determine this after booking and before you purchase your travel.

Base price is per person for 7-Day 2x1 Guided Archery Hunt. Make it a 1x1 Guided or 10-Day Hunt for additional fees.

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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 $9350/Experience

Base Price

$9350.00 Per Person Per Experience


$1100.00 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



To be eligible to hunt or before you can apply for an elk hunt in the state of Oregon, all hunters must first create an online profile on the state website https://odfw.huntfishoregon.com/login and purchase your Resident or Non-Resident hunting license. Once you purchase your hunting license you are able to enter the public draw or purchase a guaranteed outfitter tag.

Rifle hunters have three options for obtaining an elk tag in Oregon. Once you purchase your hunting license, you can apply for a controlled draw hunt, purchase a guaranteed outfitter tag prior to March 31 or purchase a landowner tag. If you wish to apply for the controlled draw, you must apply by May 15. If successful, you then have until the day prior to the start of the hunting season to purchase your tag. If you do not purchase your tag prior to the start of the season you will be unable to obtain it. If unsuccessful you gain a preference point. If you would like to apply for the draw or would like more information, please call and we will give you the correct hunts to apply for and assist you with your application.


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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