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Hunting Opportunities

Win this Rifle! Donated by OHA, Redmond Chapter

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We have installed permit boxes on most Access Areas. Please take the time to check in and out of these properties using this permitting system. Feedback from these permit boxes will help keep the A&H Program and specific access areas funded into the future. All hunters who complete these permits will be entered into a drawing for the rifle pictured above. More information (pdf)

Private Land Hunting Opportunities

Areas in the table below are open to the public. Permission is not required to hunt these properties. Please contact your State or Regional A&H Coordinator for information regarding additional properties available for hunting by permission only. For a list of the Regional A&H Coordinators visit our contact us section of this site.

NORTHWEST

Wendling Travel Management Area
Industrial Timberlands       
Contact: ODFW Springfield, 541-726-3515; Area Closure Hotline: Weyerhaeuser, 1-888-741-5403 (prompt #6)

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Northeast of Springfield; various access points off Marcola Rd. and Hwy 126. McKenzie Unit 19 89,300 Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail Opening of early archery season through the end of general buck deer (including youth weekend). Open Access Motorized vehicle travel permitted only on roads designated as open with an orange road marker.  All un-marked roads are designated as closed to vehicle traffic.  Portions of the TMA may be closed due to fire danger or for management reasons.  Contact the Weyerhaeuser hotline for closure information.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to fund an Oregon State Police Trooper to patrol private timberlands participating in the TMA. The increased law enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access.
North Coast Access Area Law Enforcement Project
Industrial Timber (multiple forest landowners)
Contact: ODFW Sauvie Island, 503-621-3488 or Tillamook, 503-842-2741
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Portions of Clastop, Columbia, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties Saddle Mountain - 10, Scappoose - 11, Wilson - 12, Trask - 14 Estimated 1.5 million Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail, band-tailed pigeon May vary by landowner May vary by landowner Area under travel management restriction, consult current Big Game Hunting Regs.

Project Information: A&H funds are used to hire 5 Oregon State Police Senior Troopers to patrol private timberlands from Aug. to Dec. The increased law enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access. The following industrial timberland owners participate in the program: Hancock Timber Resources Group, The Hampton Tree Farm Affiliates, Stimson Lumber Company, Weyerhaeuser Company, Longview Timber Corporation, and the Lewis & Clark OR Timber, managed by the Campbell Group.

Project Cooperators:

Campbell Group, Seaside Office: 503-738-6351
Longview Resources - Longview: 360-575-5112; Seaside 503-717-8288
Stimson, Forest Grove Office: 503-359-0116
Hancock, Vernonia Office: 503-429-4410
Hampton, Astoria: 503-458-6111; Wilson Unit: 503-365-8400
State Forestry, Astoria: 503-325-5451

Willamette Private Timberlands Law Enforcement Project Stott Mtn/N Alsea Map- front (pdf), Stott Mtn/N Alsia Map-back (pdf), Rickreall Map (pdf), Luckiamutte Map (pdf)
Industrial Timber - (multiple landowners)
Contact: ODFW Newport 541-867-4741, Corvallis 541-757-4186, or Springfield 541-726-3515
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Portions of Lincoln, Polk, Benton, Marion, Lane, and Linn Counties Santiam Mountain - 17,Alsea - 18, McKenzie - 19, Siuslaw - 20, Indigo - 21 Estimated 1.25 million Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail, band-tailed pigeon May vary by landowner May vary by landowner Some areas under travel management restriction, consult current Big Game Regs.

Project Information: A&H funds are used to hire 6 Oregon State Police Senior Troopers to patrol private timberlands from Aug. to Dec. The increased law enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access. The following industrial timberland owners participate in the program in the Stott Mtn/North Alsea TMA: Forest Capital Partners, Plum Creek Timber, Weyerhaeuser, and Simpson Resources Co. In other areas, OSP troopers patrol private timberlands that are open to public hunting.

Project Cooperators:

Forest Capitol, Monmouth Office: 503-838-1610
Frank Lumber, Mill City: 503-897-2371
Freres Timber Inc, Lyons: 503-859-2121
Giustina Resources, Eugene: 541-485-1500
Hampton Affiliates, Salem: 503-365-8400
Longview Timberlands, Silverton: 503-873-6457
Rosboro Lumber, Springfield: 541-746-8411
Starker Forests, Philomath: 541-929-2477
Stimson Lumber: 503-357-2131
Weyerhaeuser Co (Toll free hunter hotline): 1-888-741-5403
Cascade Timber, Sweet Home: 541-367-2111
Plum Creek Timber: 541-336-6229
State Forestry, Dallas: 503-623-8146, Sweet Home: (541) 367-6108,
Philomath: 541-929-3266
US Forest Service, Siuslaw National Forest Office: 541-750-7000
BLM, Salem: 503-375-5646

Abiqua Basin Map (pdf)
Industrial Timberland
Contact: ODFW Sauvie Island, 503-621-3488
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
SE of Silverton,OR to Drakes Crossing, easton Grade Rd.to Abiqua gate Santiam Unit 16 36,535 Deer,elk, bear,predators,grouse, quail,band-tailed pigeon Year round Open Access Property open one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset

Project Information: Volunteers from the Oregon Hunters Association open the Grade Rd. Mainline gate one hour before sunrise and close the gate one hour after sunset during buck and bull rifle seasons. Opening this gate allows drive in access to the entire property. If you do not make it through the gate before it is closed in the evening, you will be locked in overnight. Walk-in access is allowed outside of buck and bull rifle seasons but the property may be closed during times of high fire danger.

Linn County Forest Patrol Project
Industrial Timberland (multiple landowners)
Contact: Brian Carroll– Linn County Forest Protection Association 541-367-6108
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Portions of Linn County Santiam Unit 16 Estimated 300,000 Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail, band-tailed pigeon May vary by landowner May vary by landowner May vary by landowner
Project Information: An A&H grant is used to partially fund a Sheriff deputy to patrol timberlands in Linn County. The increased law enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access.
Lincoln County Forest Patrol Project
Industrial Timberland (multiple landowners)
Contact: ODFW Newport, 541-867-4741
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Portions of Lincoln County Stott Mountain Unit 17, Alsea Unit 18 Estimated 300,000 Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail, band-tailed pigeon May vary by landowner May vary by landowner Some areas under travel management restriction, consult current Big Game Regs.
Project Information: An A&H grant is used to partially fund a Sheriff deputy to patrol private timberlands in Linn County. The increased law enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access.
SOUTHWEST
Jackson Access & Cooperative Travel Management Area Map (pdf)
Public and Private Timberlands
Contact: ODFW Central Point, 541-826-8774
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Portions of Jackson County near Shady Cove and Lost Creek Lake Dixon - 22, Evans Creek - 29, Rogue - 30 21,710 Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, quail, turkey Year round Open Access Area under travel management restriction 3 days prior to opening of general Cascade elk season through April 30. Consult current Big Game Regs.
Project Information: An A&H grant is used to fund an Oregon State Police Senior Trooper to patrol and enforce the travel management area restrictions. Increased law enforcement provides an incentive for private landowner to continue to allow public hunting access and decrease harassment of wintering wildlife. Project improves access to 32,840 acres of public land.
HIGH DESERT

Pine Creek Ranch Access Area
Rangeland
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
From Burns, travel approximately 35 miles east on Highway 20, then north on County Rd. 310. Look for access area signs on both sides of the road for next 6 miles. Malheur River Unit 66 12,105 Primary: deer, elk, pronghorn, predators
Secondary: turkey, California quail
August 1-March 1; through 2016 Open Access No camping on private lands; no fires; leave gates as you find them. See map for further regulations.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowner for access to 12,105 acres of his property.

JWTR Travel Management Area
Timberland
Contact: ODFW Klamath Falls, 541-883-5732

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Scattered parcels in Klamath, Jackson, and Lake Counties; See Map Sprague Unit 33, Silver Lake Unit 76, Interstate Unit 75, Klamath Falls Unit 32, Keno Unit 31, Fort Rock Unit 77 608,000 Primarily: deer, elk, turkey
Secondary: blue grouse, ruffed grouse, mt. quail
Year Round (seasonal travel restrictions apply) Open Access Camping permitted up to 7 days; No fires, be careful with cigarettes; no littering – pick up any trash; report unlawful activities: do not damage roads during wet conditions; leave gates as you find them. Surveillance cameras may be in use.
Project Information: Patrolled by Oregon State Police Special Trooper using A&H funds.  Continued vandalism and/or property destruction could lead to the closing of these lands to public use.  Please respect private lands.

Murphy Ranch Well Project
Wyoming big sagebrush and grease wood
Contact: ODFW Lakeview, 541-947-2950

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
From Paisley take Hwy 31 to Red House Lane.  At Red House Lane baseball field turn left on BLM Rd. 6134-0.  Travel north on road 6134-0 for approximately 2 miles. Wagontire Unit 73 5,000 deer, pronghorn, bighorn, sage grouse Year-round through December 31, 2015 Open Access No camping on private land; no fires; leave gates as you find them
Project Information: A&H funds were used to improve a well and install a stock water trough that will provide critical year-round water source to wildlife on surrounding private and public land.
Roaring Springs Ranch Access Area Map (pdf)
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
HWY 205; 30 miles north of Fields Beatys Butte Unit 70 20,137 Primarily: mule deer, pronghorn, predators Secondary: waterfowl Aug. 1 – Mar. 1; annually through the 2017/18 season Open Access Vehicle access restricted to roads posted and mapped as open
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner for access to 20,137 acres of his property.
Ontario Access Area Map (pdf)
Contact: ODFW Ontario, 541-889-6375
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
City of Ontario Beulah Unit 65 800 Primary: Pheasant, ducks, geese, mule deer (archery only), quail Secondary: wild turkey

August 1- March 31, annually through the 2017/18 season. Hunting permitted for upland birds, waterfowl, and deer (archery) during prescribed seasons only.

Open Access Parking in designated areas only. Please be mindful of farming equipment on property, vandals will be prosecuted.

Project Information: A&H funds are used to reimburse Pheasant Forever for leasing this property from the City of Ontario. In addition, A&H funds are used to provide dedicated law enforcement patrols on the property.
Jenkins Access Area Map (pdf)
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
About 12 miles east of Diamond Steens Mountain Unit 69 13,233 Primary: mule deer, elk, pronghorn, sage grouse, predators, chukar
Secondary: quail, mourning dove

August 1-March 1, through 2014/15 Open Access Motorized vehicle travel only on access roads posted as open. No ATV’s on property. Consult map for restrictions; camping allowed on adjacent BLM only.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Otley Access Area Map (pdf)
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Steens Loop Rd. Access; see map Steens Mountain Unit 69 16,734 Primary: Pronghorn, mule deer, chukar, quail, sage grouse Secondary: elk

Aug. 1 – Mar. 1 annually through the 2017/18 season. Open Access Vehicle access restricted to roads posted and mapped as open.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner for access to 16,734 acres of his property. 
McBride Access Project Map (pdf)
Sagebrush rangeland
Contact: Ontario ODFW, 541-889-6975
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
I-84 Moores Hollow exit 362, info signs with maps on both sides of exit Beulah Unit 65 10,100 Deer, pronghorn, chukar, quail, predator, Hungarian partridge, ground squirrel Year-round, through July 31, 2014 Open Access Motorized vehicle travel restricted to roads signed and mapped as open
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner to allow public hunting access, the entire access payment is used by the landowner for range and habitat improvements.none
Lawen Lane Access Area Map (pdf)
Flat lake basin pastureland, wetland during high water years
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Hwy 78, 17 miles east of Burns, OR, south on Lawen Lane Steens Mountain Unit 69
6,259 Waterfowl, pheasant, deer, pronghorn, predators, quail August 15 – February 28 annually through the 2014/15 season. Open Access. Improves access to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Walk-in access from Lawen Lane
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay 4 landowners a per acre value for public hunting access.
DeGuire Access Area Map (pdf)
Rangeland and irrigated agriculture, wetland during high water years
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
16 miles west of Burns on Hwy 20, 25 miles south on Double O Rd Juniper Unit 71
2,361 Deer, pronghorn, pheasant, quail, waterfowl Aug 1 – Mar 1 annually through the 2015/16 season. Open Access Hunters must check-in at kiosk at property entrance prior to hunting
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner a per acre value for public hunting access.none
Starbuck Access Area
Rangeland, irrigated agriculture on surrounding properties
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
16 miles southeast of Burns, OR off of Hwy 205  

Juniper Unit 71 670 Deer, pronghorn, pheasant, quail

Aug 1 – Mar 1 annually through the 2015/16 season. Open Access Motor vehicles restricted to roads posted as open
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner a per acre value for public hunting access.
Alvord / Kueny Ranch Acess Area Map (pdf)
Rangeland, steep rimrock, brushy riparian areas
Contact: ODFW Hines, 541-573-6582
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
East Steens Rd (Co. 201), 28 miles north of Fields, OR Steens Mountain - 69 10,100 Deer, sheep, pronghorn, predator, chukar, quail, sage grouse August 1 – March 1, through 2013/14 Open Access Vehicle access restricted to roads posted and mapped as open. Only hunters are permitted on property (and only during access period).
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner for access to his property and drive-through access to thousands of acres of public land that are virtually inaccessible without this project.non
Mackenzie Access Area Map (pdf)
Rangeland
Contact: ODFW Ontario, 541-889-6975
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
See map, multiple parcels in central Malheur Co.  

Owyhee - 67 9,807 Deer, pronghorn, chukar, quail, sage grouse, predator Aug 1 – Mar 1 annually through 2015/16 Open Access No camping on private land; no fires; leave gates as you find them. See map for further regulations.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner for access to his/her property, conduct road maintenance on 13 miles of private roads used by the public, and to install 4 cattle guards where gates were being left open by public hunters.
NORTHEAST

Fox Valley Access Area
Forested mountains, grassland foothills, open meadows.
Contact: ODFW John Day, 541-575-1167

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
From Mt. Vernon, take highway 395 north to Fox.  Turn left onto Jack Vaughn Rd. and continue for approximately 3 miles.  Turn right onto Round Basin Road and travel approximately 1.5 miles to Access Area. Northside Unit 47 1,355 deer, elk, pronghorn, Hungarian partridge, California quail, turkey, bear, cougar, coyote August 1 – January 31; through January 2014 Open Access No motorized vehicles on access area; walk-in hunting only
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner on a per-acre basis for public hunting access.

M.R. King Ranches Access Area – Rangeland. Map (pdf)
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
I-84 eastbound to exit 327 at Durkee. Upon leaving the Interstate, properties are located on either side of I-84. Lookout Mountain Unit 64, Sumpter Unit 51 3,835 deer, elk , pronghorn, California bighorn sheep, chukar, Hungarian partridge, California quail, bear, cougar, coyote August 1 – January 31; through January 2014 Open Access No motorized vehicles on access area; walk-in hunting only (horses and bicycles OK). No camping, no fires, be careful with cigarettes.  No littering, pick up any trash. Leave gates as you found them.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner on a per acre basis for public hunting access.

Iron Mountain Access Area Map (pdf)
Lower/mid elevation sagebrush steppe and high elevation conifer and aspen forest.
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
I-84 eastbound to exit 327 at Durkee. Highway 30 north to Land Rd.; Land Rd. north to Hindman Rd; Hindman Rd. north to Iron Mountain Rd. Follow Iron Mountain Rd. to property boundary.   Lookout Mountain Unit 64 3,342 deer, elk, chukar August 1 – January 31; through January 2016 Open Access No motorized vehicles on access area; walk-in hunting only (horses and bicycles OK). No camping, no fires, be careful with cigarettes.  No littering, pick up any trash. Leave gates as you found them.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay the landowner on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Widman Access Area Map (pdf)
Rolling sage steppe, conifer and riparian areas
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
10 miles east of Baker City Lookout Mountain Unit 64 8,430

Primary: pronghorn, sage grouse, mule deer, coyote
Feeling lucky? elk, turkey, predators, Hungarian partridge

August 1 – December 1, through 2014 Open Access Driving access on designated roads only; reference map
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Troy Ranches Access Area Map (pdf)
Primarily rangeland surrounded by public land
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
From I-84 eastbound, exit 317 Pleasant Valley.  Upon exiting, Troy Ranches properties are located on both sides of I-84. Sumpter (51) and Lookout Mountain (64) 5,696 mule deer, elk, pronghorn, chukar, Hungarian partridge, California quail, bear, cougar, coyote Through January 31, 2011 Open Access No motorized vehicles on access area; walk-in hunting only (horses and bicycles OK).  No camping, no fires, be careful with cigarettes.  Leave gates as you found them.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Glass Hill Access Area Map (pdf)
Rangeland primarily surrounded by public land
Contact: ODFW La Grande, 541-962-1838
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
7 miles south of La Grande Starkey Unit 52 4,164

Primarily: Mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, waterfowl, quail
Feeling lucky? cougar, bear, coyote, pheasant, grouse, turkey

April 1 - December 31, through 2014 Open Access Permission required to access Zone B (see map); reservations booked on first come, first served basis; contact ODFW – La Grande to book (541-962-1838)
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Heppner Regulated Hunt Area Map (pdf)
Grassland/rangeland and timberland. North half of area is primarily grassland used for grazing, while the south half of the area is forested (multiple landowners)
Contact: ODFW Heppner, 541-676-5230
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
SE of Heppner on Willow Creek Rd. and Hanna-Arbukle Road Heppner Unit 48 39,624 Deer, elk, pronghorn, bear, turkey, pheasant, quail, Hungarian partridge, grouse, dove Year round Open Acces year round Area under year-round travel management restriction, consult current Big Game Hunting Regs.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Noregaard/Shamrock/Whisky Creek TMA Patrol Project Noregaard Map (pdf) Shamrock/Whisky Creek Map (pdf)
Industrial Timber
Contact: Enterprise ODFW, 541-426-3279
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Wallowa county, north of Wallowa, OR Sled Springs Unit 57 127,000 Elk, deer, bear, predators, grouse, turkey Year round Open Access Area under travel management restriction 3 days prior to opening of archery season through May 31, consult current Big Game Hunting Regs.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to hire 1 ODFW Technician to patrol private timberlands owned by Forest Capital Partners, collect biological data, and determine harvest success. The increased enforcement provides an incentive to private timberland owners to continue to allow hunting access.
Forsea Ranch Map (pdf)
Rangeland primarily surrounded by public land
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Between the Snake River and Lookout Mountain, south of Brownlee reservoir Lookout Mountain Unit 64 9,330 Deer, elk, sheep, chukar, quail, predators Year-round, through March 31, 2015 Open Access Walk-in access from Snake River Road
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowners on a per acre basis for public hunting access.
Lost Valley Ranch Regulated Hunt Area Map (pdf)
Forested mountains, grassland foothills, open meadows, tilled agricultural fields
Contact: ODFW Heppner, 541-676-5230
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations

Approximately 20 miles southeast of  Condon.  From Condon: Hwy 206 E, South on Lone Rock Rd to Lost Valley Rd. 

Fossil Unit 45 6,336 Primary: mule deer, elk, valley quail, chukar, Hungarian partridge, turkey, small game, predators.
Secondary: pronghorn

August 1 - January 31, through 2014/15 Open Access Motorized travel on designated roads only. No camping, no fires, leave gates as you found them.  Do not damage roads in wet conditions.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowner on a per-acre basis for public hunting access.

Rufenacht Land and Cattle Co. Access Area Map (pdf)
Steep sagebrush interspersed with juniper and patches of mountain mahogany; numerous springs.
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832

NOTICE: EFFECTIVE MAY 31, 2014, THIS PROPERTY WILL BE WITHDRAWN FROM THE A&H PROGRAM.  PUBLIC ACCESS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED AFTER THAT DATE.

Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Approximately 5 miles south of Baker City off of Beaver Creek Rd

Sumpter Unit Unit 51 4726 Mule deer, pronghorn, elk, turkey, California quail, forest grouse, bear, coyote, cougar.

Through May 31, 2014 Open Access Motorized travel on designated roads only. No camping, no fires, leave gates as you found them. Do not damage roads in wet conditions.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowner on a per-acre basis for public hunting access.
Owsley Canyon Access Area Map (pdf)
Primarily rangeland adjacent to public land.
Contact: ODFW La Grande, 541-962-1838
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
Approximately 4 miles north of La Grande off of Owsley Canyon Rd.

 

Mt. Emily Unit 54 435 Primary: mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, turkey, pheasant, Hungarian partridge, California quail, and ruffed grouse. Secondary: bear, cougar, blue grouse

April 1 - December 31, through 2014 Open Access Motorized travel on designated roads only. No camping, no fires.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowner on a per-acre basis for public hunting access.
Fur Mountain Access Area Map (pdf)
Steep sagebrush interspersed with juniper and mountain mahogany; numerous springs.
Contact: ODFW Baker City, 541-523-5832
Location Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Acres Huntable Species Access Period Type of Access Special Regulations
25 miles SE of Baker City off of Shirttail Creek Rd.

Sumpter Unit 51 2,724 Primary: mule deer, elk, Hungarian partridge, chukar, California quail, forest grouse, bear, coyote, cougar. Secondary: pronghorn.

August 1 -January 31, through 2012/13 Open Access Motorized travel on designated roads only. No camping, no fires.
Project Information: A&H funds are used to pay landowner on a per-acre basis for public hunting access.

Other ODFW access programs

For more information on this program, please contact:

Dave Budeau
Upland Game Bird Program Coordinator
4034 Fairview Industrial Dr. SE
Salem, OR 97302
P: 503-947-6323
E: david.a.budeau@state.or.us

Matt Keenan
A & H State Coordinator
4034 Fairview Industrial Dr. SE
Salem, OR 97302
P: 503-947-6087
F: 503-947-6330
E: matthew.t.keenan@state.or.us

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