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Mayville Flat LLC

Located in North Central Oregon, Mayville Flat LLC is 12 miles south of Condon. We have two separate 1280 acre shooting preserves, as well as thousands of leased private acres for general season wild bird hunts. We hunt pheasant, chukars, huns and quail from September 1st through March 31st. We offer fully guided hunts as well as non-guided hunts. We have a completely furnished clubhouse available for overnight accommodations. We have 13 station Sporting Clays course available year round as well.

MASTER GUIDES  -  JODY MATHER  -  503.805.9386

TURKEYS: I finally have some openings for turkeys, call for details if your interested.
Important Changes: All Sturgeon trips are a 6 person minimum and I really encourage 6 for salmon because more rods means more action and a better chance to limit everyone. Please call a night or 2 before your trip to verify a time and place to meet, it varies day to day. My rates are still $150 per person per day for as long as I am able to keep it there. I want to thank all of you so much for your loyalty, patience and generosity. At times it's still hard for me to believe that I can make a living doing what  Itruly love. THE DREAM LIVES ON!!!
Jody Mather
Master Guides Hunting Outfitter


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High Lonesome Hunts We offer Elk, Deer, Antelope and bird hunting trips in Oregon. Please check our entire website for trip information and details about all these fine hunting adventures then contact us for even more details about your specific needs and book a trip with while the best hunting slots are still available.

Rolling hills, scenic rim rocks, timbered mountains….the vast area of remote Eastern Oregon creates the backdrop for a trip you’ll remember forever. We hunt from the historic Oregon Trail to isolated mountains ranging up to 7000 feet in elevation.

High Lonesome Hunts has hunting rights on 100,000 acres of private property plus permits to use BLM land.

We specialize in quality hunt. Our guarantee to each client is that we will do everything possible to make you trip successful, comfortable and enjoyable. High Lonesome Hunts offers you an unforgettable hunting adventure.

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Western Guiding Services

Western Guiding Services operates from Empress, Alberta with a lodge near Alsask, Saskatchewan. The facilities include Kitchen, Dining facilities, 6 private bedrooms, a Tall Tales Room with hosted bar and pool table. The hunts are normally done in Saskatchewan in the morning and Alberta in the afternoon and evening. 


An unforgettable Alaskan adventure awaits YOU!
World Class Fishing & Hunting Located
In The Heart Of Bristol Bay Alaska.
Home Of The Largest Brown Bears In The World!
Our Fishing and Hunting Adventures are
truly once in a lifetime event!
Hunting For Brown Bear, Moose, Caribou & Birds
Fishing for 5 Salmon species, Trout, Grayling & Arctic Char
We have enjoyed a superb success rate since 1992!
You will have an opportunity to see the largest Bear, Moose and Caribou on the Alaskan Peninsula

Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission

March 30, 2010
WDFW Wildlife Program, (360) 902-2515

Commission to set new hunting rules
at April 9-10 meeting in Leavenworth

OLYMPIA - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider adopting changes to this year's hunting seasons and special-hunt permit drawings during a public meeting April 9-10 in Leavenworth.

The nine-member citizen commission will also accept public comments on proposed new rules designed to address property damage and other concerns related to wildlife.

The meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. both days at the Best Western Icicle Inn, 505 State Route 2, in Leavenworth.  An agenda is available on the commission's webpage at http://wdfw.wa.gov/commission/meetings.html  

The commission, which sets policy for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), heard public comments on the proposed changes to hunting rules and special hunting permit drawings at its March 12-13 meeting in Olympia. Those proposals are available under WAC 232-28-291 on the WDFW website at http://bit.ly/d3a41n

Dave Ware, WDFW game manager, said the new hunting rules proposed for 2010 reflect changes in state game populations observed since the current three-year hunting plan was adopted last year.  The proposed rules include a combination of new conservation measures and hunting opportunities for species such as deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, black bear, cougar and small game. 

The commission also will consider a new approach for conducting drawings for special-hunt permits, which provide additional hunting options beyond those authorized by a general hunting license.  The new approach proposed by WDFW would create separate applications for several categories of deer and elk permits, giving hunters more options in applying for permits, Ware said.

Under that proposal, "points" accrued by hunters toward special permits in previous years would be applied to each of the new permit categories created under the new plan.

In other matters, the commission will accept public comments on a proposal to help address property damage and other conflicts with wildlife, and consider approving easements and acquisitions of properties in Chelan, Grays Harbor, Mason and Pierce counties.

As directed by the 2009 Washington Legislature (SHB 1778), the wildlife-control proposal includes specific requirements for both lethal and non-lethal control, and identifies new sources of technical assistance for property owners. Claims for crop damage would be paid only after an assessment by a professional crop insurance adjustor.

The proposed Wildlife Interaction Rules are posted on the commission's website at http://bit.ly/db1aCT . The commission is scheduled to take action on the proposed rules during a May 7 conference call meeting. 

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