Columbian Whitetail Hunts
This was a new hunt starting Fall 2005. This species has not been hunted for several decades. The areas immediately around the town of Roseburg have a healthy population of this small and cagey racked whitetail. Unlike their Eastern cousin, they, like black-tails, live in various terrain and habitat and sport smaller and narrower racks. Don't be fooled though, the world record Columbian Whitetail scores in the 150's. In 2017, Eden Ridge Outfitters harvested the world record for Columbia Whitetails.
This hunt is very limited, part of the controlled hunt process, and will take a few years of preference points to draw. If you are so lucky, you will have a difficult time finding public lands to hunt that have size-able numbers of deer. The hunt boundaries are in an area that is about 50% private lands, while the vast majority of the deer are on about 90% private lands. We have access to several private properties to fill this nearly once in a lifetime tag! If you can't wait, we also have Land Owner Preference (LOP) tags available.