Our deer hunts take place in the lower elevations surrounding the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. This is prime Blacktail country. There are many nice bucks and always the chance of a true monster for those who would like to wait it out. Deer season starts on the second Saturday in October. Instead of pressuring the deer early in the season though, we wait and start hunting at the very end of the month during the rut. Deer can also be hunted during archery and muzzleloader seasons at the same time as elk for no extra charge. We have a very good rate of opportunity on the deer on those hunts too but the rut hunt is the way to go for a true quality blacktail deer hunt.
In the Pacific Northwest we offer hunts for the Roosevelt species of North American elk during rifle, muzzleloader, and archery seasons. "Rosies" are a bigger bodied animal than their relatives, the Rocky Mountain elk, with heavy antlers darkened from rubbing Douglas fir and alder trees found in their habitat.