RESERVE YOUR HUNT ONLINE!
Please note: Hunting season for Luckiamute Valley Pheasants runs from September through March 31. Available dates are shown on the calendar.
We require reservations for all hunts as we must know the numbers of hunters at least the day prior to make sure your birds are ready. This also helps us schedule limited resources such as our dogs and guides. The more we know of your needs and the earlier we know, the better we can serve you.
For your convenience, we have a schedule here that we update daily. Dates are with the number of units booked indicated by color code. It does not indicate which hunting unit is available so if you have a preference, please not it. We will contact you and make sure that we can meet all of your needs for that day, or discuss dates that may work better for your needs. You may also call us at 503-838-4221 or contact Chuck on his mobile phone 541-733-7065 and let us know your desires. Either way we will do our best to make your hunt with us one to remember.
We may require a deposit within 7 days of booking the hunt in order to hold your date. The amount of the deposit may vary depending on the date. High demand dates like around Thanksgiving and Christmas and during March may require a higher rate. You can call us with a card, or send a check. Please don’t send cash in the mail.
Minimum party size:
We usually require a party of at least 2 hunters. However, we understand the need to hunt with just you and your dog, and we try to accommodate that within the constraints of our limited resources. For economic reason we don’t generally book single hunters more than a week in advance of the requested date. There are exceptions, however. If you are traveling into the area and need to book hotel accommodations, we will book in advance. Also, we have one smaller (50 acre) unit for single hunters with their own dog that can be booked as far in advance as needed. If you are a single hunter and do not have your own dog, we will only book about a week in advance if resources permit.