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Washington Roosevelt Elk Hunts

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If you are looking for a traditional, rugged Washington State Roosevelt Elk Hunt, this is the one for you. This preferred outfitter’s Washington Roosevelt Elk Hunts takes place in the Coast Mountains in the Southwest corner of the State. This area is where the outfitter grew up hunting as a kid and it also has one of the largest Roosevelt elk herds in the state. Roosevelt elk live in the thick dense forest and logging country of the Pacific Northwest. These coastal rain forests have absolutely breathtaking views, but they also average over 120 inches of rain annually, so bring your rain gear. With such a huge amount of annual rainfall the forest in this region has huge trees and is incredibly dense with very lush underbrush. A dense forest has many hunting benefits but often makes for very limited visibility. With low visibility many of our rifle shot opportunities are well under 100 yards and often 75 yards or less. Bow hunters often have encounters as close as 5 yards with 20-30-yard shots being most common. Because of challenges with the diverse weather and habitat of the Roosevelt elk, they are said to be one of the most difficult species in the country to hunt. Scouting never ends, but it really starts for this outfitter in the late winter, after the sport shows and about the time elk drop their antlers. During the spring and summer, they will place 10-20 game cameras and maintain miles of trails into new and old hunting areas. During this time, the outfitter and his team will find and follow elk herds and keep tabs on as many mature bulls as possible. They will have 100’s if not thousands of game camera videos and pictures of elk each year and without questions have several GREAT bulls to hunt. During their scouting efforts, they locate herds of cows as well as the bulls, so that they can put their archery hunters in the best locations depending on the stages of the rut. This outfitter strongly focus on hunting mature and respectable representatives of the Roosevelt Elk species but because of the difficulty of the Roosevelt elk the outfitter recommends not passing a legal bull ( 3 point minimum) unless you are satisfied with the possibility of not having another shot opportunity. They cannot control the number of shot opportunities that you will have during your hunt, but they guarantee that every day of your hunt you will be in elk rich areas that have been well scouted. In Washington State your average Roosevelt bull elk will be a mature 5×5 bull with exceptional 300+ class 6x and bigger bulls being present in all of this outfitter’s hunting areas. When it comes to success, As much as the outfitter would like to say they are 100%, their success rates for these hunts are all over the board. On many hunts they are 75-100% shot opportunity and others they are 25%. Your odds of getting a bull are much greater than not getting one but weather plays a big role in our success. They cannot control the weather or animal behavior, but you will be in the right locations to harvest animals every day, putting the odds in your favor. When it comes to hunting methods, this outfitter’s favorite and most successful method is still-hunting through timbered canyons and river drainages combined with sitting in blinds in bedding areas and along travel routes. Spot and stalk hunting in open logging country are also a favorite during the sunrise and sunset hours. During the archery season, the outfitter will add calling to the arsenal for locating bulls. The outfitter and you then close the distance and use bugles and/or cow calling to bring them close. In regards to lodging, there is a wide combination of lodging that can be part of this hunt. Base camps will be conducted from either a rental house, motel, cabin or a tent camp. From there you will hunt several different areas and spike out as needed for success. You will come back to the base camp every few days as needed for food, shower, dry clothes and a good night sleep. For the hardcore hunters, weather permitting, you and the outfitter can stay overnight in hammocks or small spike camps deep into elk territory. For more information on this exceptional hunt, give us a call today!

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UO4938WRE

Location

Southwestern Washington State, USA

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Weaponry

Rifle, Archery

Dates

September - November

Tags

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Roosevelt Elk Hunt Pricing: 

Rifle:

5-Day, 1x1 Washington Roosevelt Elk Hunt: $7,000.00 USD/PP
5-Day, 2x1 Washington Roosevelt Elk Hunt: $5,250.00 USD/PP (Outfitter Prefers 2x1)

2024 Dates & Availability: 

November 9, 2024 - November 13, 2024: 4 Spots

species hunted

Roosevelt Elk

inclusions

Lodging, Meals, Professional Guiding, Tag, Hunt Transportation, Meat Preparation, Skinning & Trophy Field Care

Other costs

Tips & Gratuities (10-20%), Airfare, Meat Processing, Taxidermy, Arrival & Departure Transportation

Accommodations

Wall-Tent Camp, Motel, Airbnb, and/or Spike Camp

transportation

4x4 Vehicles, ATVs, Hiking

Land type

Public Land

nearest airport

Portland International Airport (PDX), Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM)

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If you are looking for a traditional, rugged Washington State Roosevelt Elk Hunt, this is the one for you. This preferred outfitter’s Washington Roosevelt Elk Hunts takes place in the Coast Mountains in the Southwest corner of the State. This area is where the outfitter grew up hunting as a kid and it also has one of the largest Roosevelt elk herds in the state. Roosevelt elk live in the thick dense forest and logging country of the Pacific Northwest. These coastal rain forests have absolutely breathtaking views, but they also average over 120 inches of rain annually, so bring your rain gear. With such a huge amount of annual rainfall the forest in this region has huge trees and is incredibly dense with very lush underbrush. A dense forest has many hunting benefits but often makes for very limited visibility. With low visibility many of our rifle shot opportunities are well under 100 yards and often 75 yards or less. Bow hunters often have encounters as close as 5 yards with 20-30-yard shots being most common. Because of challenges with the diverse weather and habitat of the Roosevelt elk, they are said to be one of the most difficult species in the country to hunt. Scouting never ends, but it really starts for this outfitter in the late winter, after the sport shows and about the time elk drop their antlers. During the spring and summer, they will place 10-20 game cameras and maintain miles of trails into new and old hunting areas. During this time, the outfitter and his team will find and follow elk herds and keep tabs on as many mature bulls as possible. They will have 100’s if not thousands of game camera videos and pictures of elk each year and without questions have several GREAT bulls to hunt. During their scouting efforts, they locate herds of cows as well as the bulls, so that they can put their archery hunters in the best locations depending on the stages of the rut. This outfitter strongly focus on hunting mature and respectable representatives of the Roosevelt Elk species but because of the difficulty of the Roosevelt elk the outfitter recommends not passing a legal bull ( 3 point minimum) unless you are satisfied with the possibility of not having another shot opportunity. They cannot control the number of shot opportunities that you will have during your hunt, but they guarantee that every day of your hunt you will be in elk rich areas that have been well scouted. In Washington State your average Roosevelt bull elk will be a mature 5×5 bull with exceptional 300+ class 6x and bigger bulls being present in all of this outfitter’s hunting areas. When it comes to success, As much as the outfitter would like to say they are 100%, their success rates for these hunts are all over the board. On many hunts they are 75-100% shot opportunity and others they are 25%. Your odds of getting a bull are much greater than not getting one but weather plays a big role in our success. They cannot control the weather or animal behavior, but you will be in the right locations to harvest animals every day, putting the odds in your favor. When it comes to hunting methods, this outfitter’s favorite and most successful method is still-hunting through timbered canyons and river drainages combined with sitting in blinds in bedding areas and along travel routes. Spot and stalk hunting in open logging country are also a favorite during the sunrise and sunset hours. During the archery season, the outfitter will add calling to the arsenal for locating bulls. The outfitter and you then close the distance and use bugles and/or cow calling to bring them close. In regards to lodging, there is a wide combination of lodging that can be part of this hunt. Base camps will be conducted from either a rental house, motel, cabin or a tent camp. From there you will hunt several different areas and spike out as needed for success. You will come back to the base camp every few days as needed for food, shower, dry clothes and a good night sleep. For the hardcore hunters, weather permitting, you and the outfitter can stay overnight in hammocks or small spike camps deep into elk territory. For more information on this exceptional hunt, give us a call today!

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