Hunt. Oregon south east

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Bobz7, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. Bobz7

    Bobz7 Well-Known Member

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    I am looking to hunt out of state in south east Oregon need help on tags and zones
     
  2. luke

    luke Well-Known Member

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    If I was to hunt the south east it would be the Steens unit. Deer numbers are low but if you put in the time and miles there are some giants there. Having said that why not drive a couple more hours north to some units that have more deer numbers and easier draw.
     

  3. luke

    luke Well-Known Member

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    Feel free to PM me if you would like. I have lived in oregon my whole life and could point you in some good directions.
     
  4. Bobz7

    Bobz7 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Luke for the replays. Will have to get ore. Reg. from the DFG
     
  5. 6.5Express

    6.5Express Well-Known Member

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    i used to live in se oregon - the only good, close, deer hunting is in nevada in my opinion
     
  6. Bobz7

    Bobz7 Well-Known Member

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    Hi 6.5 express. Where in Oregon did you live? Nevada does have some very goog hunting it's just getting a rifle tag. I bow hunt and tags are easer to get. I would love to go hunting in wy. Bob
     
  7. remingtonman_25_06

    remingtonman_25_06 Well-Known Member

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    Id stay in Nevada myself.

    Not any easier for tags in Oregon anymore either haha.

    Do your research and you'll find out where is your best bet for that non existent 35" non typical :)
     
  8. 6.5Express

    6.5Express Well-Known Member

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    I used to live outside of burns. Nv is about as good as it gets in my opinion. Any unit in nv is capable of producing big bucks. It just takes some research to find out which tags have higher chances of drawing. But, Oregon is hardly worth purchasing a resident license and tag let alone paying non res fees for any unit unless you have a way to hunt private. Someone may come on here and disagree with me but its my opinion. Good luck!