Archery rut hunts take place in late August through September, however there are a few rifle rut hunts available. The rut is definitely the best time to hunt Roosevelts due to the thick habitat they dwell in. They are known to aggressively grunt when bugling, making for some exciting rut encounters. Rifle seasons usually take place in October and November and still provide excellent hunting if done with a high-quality outfitter.
Roosevelt elk hunts take place in the western halves of both Oregon and Washington with some in British Columbia and Alaska. Record book bulls can be found throughout their range on both public and private lands. We can discuss your needs and select a location to help you find the quality of bull you are looking for. Legacy Outdoors represents several of the best outfitters for Roosevelts.
We offer hunts with excellent outfitters. Most of our hunts are done using outfitter provided tags, over the counter tags, or tags that can be drawn with planning. We can walk you through the choices. And if you have acquired several points or drawn a tag. There are opportunities in both states to take Boone and Crockett type bulls.
We offer hunts with excellent outfitters. Most of our hunts are done using outfitter provided tags. This is one of the best places to bring home a Boone and Crocket type bull. Seasons are long for both archery and rifle both running from October through November with archery starting a bit earlier to capture the tail end of the rut.
We offer hunts with excellent outfitters. Most of our hunts are done using OTC tags but you have to apply a year in advance. These hunts can be combined with several different species and offer good glassing opportunities. This is a fun hunt but doesn’t offer the same opportunities to take record class bulls as bulls tend to be a bit smaller than the 3 places above.
If you are looking for a great Roosevelt Elk hunt, give us a call or fill out the form below and let us help you find the perfect Roosevelt hunt for you.