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    What is the elk population like around Wagontire Oregon?

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    Very, very, very, very, very few

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    The human population varies between 0 and 2 people in wagontire. There are more people than elk though. Go north

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    I have been hunting for sagerats, rabbits, and coyote in Wagontire for 8 years and I have only seen one elk. It was a nice bull but it is not worth your time. Antelope is another story. Lots of antelope. I know the owner of Wagontire. He has leased the town out to different people over the years. The current tenants are taking good care of the old place. I would look at the Pualina or Silvies units if you want to hunt in that general area. Don't forget about the Cowboy Dinner Tree.

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    Thank you for the replies, what is the Cowboy Dinner Tree?

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    I usually hunt in the strawberry wilderness area, but was driving through wagontire and had heard their were elk around that area. The reason I was wondering is I would love to hunt juniper and sage areas for elk.I am an archery hunter.

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    Here's the link on Cowboy Dinner Tree:

    www.cowboydinnertree.net

    Great place to eat in the middle of No Where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Here's the link on Cowboy Dinner Tree:

    www.cowboydinnertree.net

    Great place to eat in the middle of No Where.
    Thank you,I will try it.

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    Love the Cowboy Dinner Tree! Last time I ate there I was so full we rented one of their cabins for the night!
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