Late Season Advice

Ekorrpilot

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Hello all,

My 50th is coming up, and after 5 years in semi-self-imposed exile in Sweden, I am trying to make up for lost time pursuing a longterm dream of learning about elk hunting. I'm getting set for a DIY archery hunt in my home state of Oregon, but as I know my odds are less than great as a total tyro, I'd like a backup guided late-season option. I don't have particularly deep pockets but I figure the 50th justifies at least researching outfitters. Probably casting a way-too-wide net here, but where and whom would you recommend? I was thinking ID, but open to other options, and I'm set up for both archery and rifle.

Many thanks in advance for your knowledge,
--Matt
 

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