Hunting in Washington

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2 hunting trips from 1 outfitter starting from $3,000

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$3,000 starting from
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About hunting in Washington

From the bays and inlets of Puget Sound to the temperate rainforests of the west, the high mountain ranges around the state, and the agricultural basins of the east and south, the state of Washington is rugged and beautiful, with varied habitats supporting a wide variety of big game species. The state mammal of Washington is the Roosevelt elk, and the Olympic Peninsula in the northwest part of the state holds the largest number of these animals to be found anywhere. Rocky Mountain elk are also hunted in the mountain ranges east of the Cascades crest. Washington state also has four varieties of deer. Columbian black-tailed deer are the most common, found from the crest of the Cascades west to the ocean, preferring brushy, logged areas and coniferous forests. Rocky Mountain mule deer inhabit areas east of the Cascades, especially open forests and sagebrush meadows. White-tailed deer occur on farmlands in eastern Washington, in low-elevation river corridors, and near cities and towns. Columbian white-tailed deer, a protected species and not currently huntable, are found in limited numbers along the lower Columbia River. Popular hunts in Washington also include black bears and mountain lions. Goats, sheep, moose, and turkeys are available by special permit. Hunting for small game, upland birds, and waterfowl is also excellent in most of the state, with eastern Washington especially well known for ducks and geese. Learn more at http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/.

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Trophy Bear Hunt 1x1

Trophy Bear Hunt 1x1 United States

With the highest bear population in the lower 48, the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, produces serious opportunity for trophy coastal black bear. Our climate and terrain are exactly like that found in the "famous" Vancouver Island area, making the Olympic Peninsula a bear hunter's paradise. August through October prime pelted black bears often exceeding 400lbs and 7 foot square are thriving. True spot and stalk hunting is done early in the mornings and in the evenings, in pre-scouted areas, over old, logged, cut units and berry fields... Being the only bear hunting guide and outfitter in the area, we have averaged an 80% harvest success for the past 20 years. Washington State is second only to Alaska in bear population, and offers two tags per hunter. Trophy class black bear hunting on the Olympic Peninsula can be the biggest thrill any big game hunter could ever encounter. While glassing over old logged units full of prime vegetation, you HEAR them long before you see them as when feeding they can be quite noisy. Getting all set up for the shot when the bear shows himself is an adrenaline rush unlike any other. With over 20 years of "NO DOG" pressure 6ft+ bears are very common or the monster 7fter may show himself. Most of the shooting is under 200 yds. Sitting in ground blinds above the feeding area gives you very good vantage points and shooting lanes to make the perfect shot. Our Hunts are not very physically challenging as most places are within 1/4 mile of old logging roads accessed by ATV and walking, so being physically fit isn't a necessity. Being good with your weapon, whether rifle, pistol, muzzleloader or bow is more important then anything. Most of your shots will be with a rest and you will usually have plenty of time to make a clean shot. A larger caliber weapon is preferred, as bears can soak up some punishment. 7mm or better is preferred with good quality ammunition and the heaviest bonded core bullets available.

Trip duration: 3 days

Hunting season: 1 Aug 2021 31 Oct 2021

Package price $3,500 for 3 days, 1 hunter
Trophy Bear Hunt 2x1

Trophy Bear Hunt 2x1 United States

With the highest bear population in the lower 48, the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, produces serious opportunity for trophy coastal black bear. Our climate and terrain are exactly like that found in the "famous" Vancouver Island area, making the Olympic Peninsula a bear hunter's paradise. August through October prime pelted black bears often exceeding 400lbs and 7 foot square are thriving. True spot and stalk hunting is done early in the mornings and in the evenings, in pre-scouted areas, over old, logged, cut units and berry fields... Being the only bear hunting guide and outfitter in the area, we have averaged an 80% harvest success for the past 20 years. Washington State is second only to Alaska in bear population, and offers two tags per hunter. Trophy class black bear hunting on the Olympic Peninsula can be the biggest thrill any big game hunter could ever encounter. While glassing over old logged units full of prime vegetation, you HEAR them long before you see them as when feeding they can be quite noisy. Getting all set up for the shot when the bear shows himself is an adrenaline rush unlike any other. With over 20 years of "NO DOG" pressure 6ft+ bears are very common or the monster 7fter may show himself. Most of the shooting is under 200yds. Sitting in ground blinds above the feeding area gives you very good vantage points and shooting lanes to make the perfect shot. Our Hunts are not very physically challenging as most places are within 1/4 mile of old logging roads accessed by ATV and walking, so being physically fit isn't a necessity. Being good with your weapon, whether rifle, pistol, muzzleloader or bow is more important then anything. Most of your shots will be with a rest and you will usually have plenty of time to make a clean shot. A larger caliber weapon is preferred, as bears can soak up some punishment. 7mm or better is preferred with good quality ammunition and the heaviest bonded core bullets available.

Trip duration: 4 days

Hunting season: 1 Aug 2021 31 Oct 2021

Package price $3,000 for 4 days, 1 hunter
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