Are you looking for great hunting opportunities in an unspoiled, uncrowded and spectacular setting? Then look no further than the pristine mountains, verdant canyons and horizon-stretching sagebrush of Baker County. Unlimited acres of prime hunting habitat and an abundance of wildlife make Baker County a premier hunting destination in Eastern Oregon.
Great herds of Mule Deer and Rocky Mountain Elk live in Baker County and are hunted in a variety of terrains during the rifle and bow-hunting seasons. Upland bird hunting for Valley Quail, Chukar and Hungarian Partridge, Ring-necked Pheasant, and Blue Grouse can be found on agricultural and forestlands and beside the lush streams and river bottoms that traverse the County.
Chukar hunting on the Powder and Snake River breaks is world-class–in 2008, more Chukars were harvested in Oregon than in any other Western state. If you dream about flocks of Mallard Ducks and Canada Geese circling your decoy spread then come hunt this high desert oasis that sits on the Pacific Flyway.
Affordable and accessible hunting, hunter-friendly locals, and a stunning landscape will remind you once again why you love to hunt. Visit Baker County and bring your family and friends to a place where memorable hunting adventures are part of the future and not a thing of the past.
Licenses, Tags, Permits
Controlled & Special Hunts
Upland Game Bird