Late Season Archery Deer Hunt in Washington State
This is a Canada style late season whitetail hunt, where you can hunt over bait…but you can stay in the US!
Why go to Canada to hunt trophy whitetail deer when you can stay right here in the states? This little corner of Washington is home to some great bucks. The North eastern corner of the state is known for its big whitetail bucks. If you’re looking for a reasonable hunt, and the potential opportunity of taking a good trophy then this might be the hunt for you.
With thousands of acres to choose from this hunt provides you with lots of options to choose from and no shortage of bucks. This outfitter specializes in archery hunting which makes this hunt especially attractive to that new archery hunter that wants to take his or her first monster Washington whitetail. With some of the most beautiful scenery the state has to offer this hunt is one that will speak for itself.
Hunt late season whitetails over bait in Northeastern Washington, one of the nations best whitetail hot spots.
- Hunt one of the nations best whitetail hot spots for quality Washington bucks.
- This hunt is physically easy, this is a baited hunt so lots of your sitting is done in stands or blinds.
- Great hunt for any skill level of archery hunter.
- Thousands of public and private land to hunt on!
- Excellent trophy quality potential with bucks being between 115-160 inches Pope and Young.
- License and Tags are over the counter!
- Opportunity shot rate is 90%.
*Prices subject to change without notice, so lock your price in with a deposit asap.
Lodging and Accommodations
The cabin you will stay in is located right next the the Columbia River right outside Kettle Falls, WA. Lodging is clean and well kept. Hunters staying here will have access to a comfortable cabin with the needed amenities such as toilet, sink, shower, fridge, kitchenette, TV and Free WIFI. The cabins each have either a queen or full size bed as well as futons if needed.
All meals for this trip are provided for you. The outfitter will provide a simple breakfast and lunch with a wonderful home cooked meals to finish the day off. Be prepared for some good old home cooking!
The guides for this outfitter are all avid archery hunters which is a big plus if you are also using a bow! They will know exactly where to put you to achieve the best results as possible.
This is a blind/stand hunt so your guide will be there to drop you off and pick you up at the end of the hunt. When the animal has been taken the guide will field dress and prepare you trophy for transport. All transportation in this hunt is done by 4×4, ATV and foot. These guides are all very qualified and ready to help you get the animal you desire.
Located one hour north of Spokane, WA you have the option to rent a car or to get picked up by the outfitter. However, pick up is not included in the hunt.
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Suggested Gear List for a Whitetail Deer Hunt
CLOTHING AND APPAREL
On late season hunts, temperatures can be very cold, therefore comfortable, warm, insulated clothing is a must. Dress in layers. Wool, Down, Fleece, Thinsulate, Gore-Tex, etc. are all appropriate choices, whichever is preferred. Be sure to take an outer-garment of “White” (Camo/Orange clothing is fine as well) is the preferred color choice with the appropriate amount of orange for the area you’re hunting. Your outer garment can be a simple oversized sweat suit to fit over your other clothing.
❏ Good pair of Boots. On cold weather hunts, in addition heavy insulated boots, you’ll want to also take “Boot Blankets” to keep feet warm when on stand.
❏ Underwear (1 pair per day)
❏ Base Layer Top and Bottom (2 – 3 pairs per week) *we suggest merino wool
❏ Lightweight Camo Jacket
❏ Windstopper Camo Jacket
❏ Midweight Camo Jacket
❏ Lightweight Camo Vest
❏ Lightweight Camo Shirt (3 – 5 per week)
❏ Lightweight Camo Pants (1-2 pair per week)
❏ Midweight Camo Pants (1 pair per week)
❏ Rain Gear
❏ Blaze Orange (rifle hunts) *check Regulations in the state you are hunting
❏ Lightweight Gloves
❏ Midweight Gloves
❏ Camo Cap
❏ Camo Stocking Cap or Camo Beanie
❏ Heavy Shirt
❏ Cold Weather Pants
❏ Insulated Parka (with hood)
❏ Insulated Bibs
❏ Balaclava and/or Neck Gaiter
❏ Wool Gloves
❏ Insulated Waterproof Gloves
❏ Hand Muff
❏ Hand Warmer Packets
❏ Day pack
❏ Anti-fog, lens cleaning pen and cleaning cloths
❏ Knife and sharpener
❏ Buck grunt, rattle bag
❏ Rifle (270, 280, 7mm, 30-06, 300 are all perfectly good calibers). “Flip-Open” scope caps are not necessary but nice if it starts snowing.
❏ Shells (at least one box)
❏ Scope (with rain cover)
❏ Rifle Sling
❏ Soft Rifle Case
❏ Hard Rifle Case
❏ Gun Cleaning Kit
❏ Bow *check Regulations in the state you are hunting
❏ Arrows (at least one doz.)
❏ Broadheads *check Regulations in the state you are hunting
❏ Release *an extra release is recommended
❏ Soft Bow Case
❏ Hard Bow Case
PERSONAL AND MISC. ITEMS
❏ Passport (if needed)
❏ Lip Balm
❏ Insect Repellent
❏ Moleskin for blisters
❏ Super Glue
❏ Prescription Medication
❏ Duct Tape
❏ Pain Reliever
❏ Extra Glasses and/or Contacts
❏ Quality Polarized Sunglasses
❏ Personal Toiletries
❏ Video Camera and/or GoPro
❏ Extra Batteries for all Electronics
*This is a sample/generic gear list. For more specific details for the time of year you are traveling to, we recommend checking with your outfitter, consultant or your destination’s local Wildlife Management Agency.