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    Hunt/Points Trade Elk for Deer Oregon

    This is a long shot but I thought I would ask;

    Do you have 18 or more elk points in Oregon and an Oregon resident? Are you an archery elk hunter? Do you have few deer points even zero and want to draw a quality tag that takes 7 points? If you fit this criteria I have a trade for you that you will be interested in. I am also willing to the majority of scouting for you if you are not interested in deer hunting trade. I am looking to draw Wenaha elk this year.

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    Wow you can trade in Or? That's a no no in Nv.
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    Our point system is a mess IKIC

    Good luck Deer, I could use a guy with at least 7 deer points this year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Wow you can trade in Or? That's a no no in Nv.
    Basically we would put in together for both species. The person with 18 points would give me a 17 point elk average and in return they would draw a deer tag that takes 7 points.

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    Makes more sense that way.

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    How is Wenaha on the Oregon side? I Hunted 5 days with the spike tag on the WA side last year and never saw an elk other then a small 5 point someone was driving out with when I was going in.
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    I heard good things about it MM. I will never know myself.. two decades is too long to wait for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    I heard good things about it MM. I will never know myself.. two decades is too long to wait for me!
    Im not sure its worth the wait either (on my side anyways) from what I saw this year. Some monster elk do come out of there though. I just apply because its cheap for me and I can atleast go camping with the general tag I have to get to apply. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Im not sure its worth the wait either (on my side anyways) from what I saw this year. Some monster elk do come out of there though. I just apply because its cheap for me and I can atleast go camping with the general tag I have to get to apply. lol
    I am not aware of any "general tags" issued on Oregon when you buy a hunting license to apply?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    I am not aware of any "general tags" issued on Oregon when you buy a hunting license to apply?!?
    I was referring to Washington "my side" as in the state I live in. You have to buy a general tag here to apply for a LE hunt. I dont apply in OR.
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