Upland Bird Hunting in the Willamette Valley, Western Oregon
We are a day use upland bird hunting preserve in the Willamette Valley in Western Oregon. We do not provide meals or overnight accommodations at the present time.
$220 per hunter. Normally we require a minimum of two hunts to reserve well in advance. Single hunts can call or email and, if we are not booked, a hunt can be allowed at the $220 price. Single hunts on weekdays can be scheduled further in advance than weekends.
Our hunts are all full day hunts and includes the release of at least 5 cock pheasants. More cocks may be released if residual numbers are low. We do release some hens, but do not allow them to be bagged.
Bird cleaning. We field dress your birds and cool them until you are ready to depart.
Dog and Handler: $50/hunter
You may hunt with either an Oregon Hunting License, or a Private Hunting Preserve Permit. The Oregon License must be valid for the year of the hunt, and must include an upland bird validation. The hunting preserve permit is valid on any hunting preserve in Oregon, for the preserve hunting year - August 1 to March 31. Cost is based on what we are charged by ODFW, which is currently $6.00 for residents and $12.00 for non-residents. We do not sell the State issued licenses. These are available in Monmouth, Dallas, and Corvallis – all within 25 minutes.
Trap: $9.00 per 25 birds or $18 per 50 birds.
We understand that camaraderie sometimes includes alcoholic beverages and encourage you to enjoy your favorite beverage in our hospitality area after your hunt. You may also want to visit one of our local wineries.
No shots below your head.
Although we do have some wild quail, grouse, ducks and geese we do not include these birds in the normal hunts. We monitor these populations and permit hunting only on a limited basis within the normal hunting seasons.