OREGON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION 75 LANDOWNER HUNTING PREFERENCE AND OUTFITTERS AND GUIDES TAG ALLOCATION

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1 DIVISION 75 LANDOWNER HUNTING PREFERENCE AND OUTFITTERS AND GUIDES TAG ALLOCATION Purpose The purpose of these rules is to describe the procedures and requirements necessary for landowners and their immediate families to obtain landowner hunting preference tags pursuant to ORS (4) and 1995 Oregon Laws Chapter 460 (House Bill 2369) and to describe the process necessary for Outfitters and Guides to obtain certain hunting permits pursuant to ORS (1997 House Bill 3387). Stat. Auth.: ORS , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , & Eligibility A landowner as defined in OAR and immediate family as defined in , owning 40 or more contiguous acres are eligible to receive landowner hunting preference tags for controlled 600 series deer, western Oregon buck deer, western Oregon elk, and eastern Oregon antlerless elk hunts and emergency hunts occurring on their property. To be eligible to receive landowner hunting preference tags for controlled eastern Oregon buck deer, eastern Oregon bull elk, either-sex elk hunts, and either-sex or doe/fawn pronghorn antelope hunts, occurring on their land, a landowner shall own 160 or more contiguous acres. For controlled hunts see OAR divisions 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, and Emergency Hunts in OAR Division 78. Tags issued to landowners are in addition to the number of tags issued to the public and authorized in OAR divisions 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, and 78, except as described in Stat. Auth.: ORS , ORS , ORS & ORS Stats. Implemented: ORS , ORS , ORS & ORS Decision Standard for Suspension and Revocation from the LOP Program (1) If a landowner as defined in OAR (or the landowner s partner, member, manager, employee, or any person using an LOP tag provided by the landowner) is convicted of violation of the wildlife laws arising from participating in the LOP program, the Department may suspend that landowner from participating in the LOP program for three years, beginning upon issuance of a final order. (a) When the Department suspends a landowner pursuant to paragraph (1), that suspension will include any and all properties associated with that landowner, including properties registered to the individual, as a partnership, or as a corporation, and the suspension will run for the same period of time as for the landowner. (b) When the Department suspends a landowner pursuant to paragraph (1), the Department will also revoke any unused LOP tags previously issued for the landowner s properties. (2) Any landowner whose LOP program participation the Department proposes to suspend may request a contested case hearing within 14 days of notice of the proposed decision. 1 - Div. 075

2 Stat. Auth.: ORS , , & Stats Implemented: ORS , , & Registration, Application and Tag Issuance Procedures and Limits for All Controlled Hunts (1) A landowner shall submit a landowner preference registration form to be eligible for a landowner preference tag. A one-time fee of $33.50 is required at the time of registration for new program participants. A landowner can have only one registration form on file with the Department. However, an individual who owns (through business entities, in the individual s own name or a combination thereof) more than one property eligible for the landowner preference program may register each such property. The registration form is an affidavit certifying ownership, number of acres owned, the county and Wildlife Management Unit where the property is located. This registration form registers the individual and remains valid until the individual registered no longer qualifies as a landowner as defined under OAR , writes to the Department requesting the registration form be deleted, or the Department notifies the landowner that a renewal is required. (2) In addition to having a landowner preference registration form on file with the Department, a landowner or an authorized designee identified by the landowner in writing to the Department shall submit a tag distribution form annually. The tag distribution form shall list the names of the landowner, stockholder(s), partner(s), and their immediate family members to receive tags for pronghorn antelope, and the names of the landowner, stockholder(s), partner(s), their immediate family members, and those persons of the landowners choosing to receive landowner preference tags for deer and elk. (3) Landowners shall submit registration forms and landowners or their designee shall submit tag distribution forms prior to September 15 for all controlled 100 series buck deer and bull elk hunts, and through the day prior to the season openings for 600 series antlerless deer, antlerless elk, and either-sex or doe/fawn pronghorn antelope hunts. A Landowner Preference Tag Redistribution fee of $16.50 will be charged per species for amendments made to the original tag distribution forms. (4) Registration forms and tag distribution forms are available at no charge in any office of the Department. (5) Registration forms, tag distribution forms, and applications shall be received at the Salem headquarters office of the Department prior to issuance of any landowner preference tag, except as provided for in OAR Landowners are not required to submit proof of ownership with their registration form. Landowners shall be required to submit proof of ownership at the request of the Department or the Oregon State Police acting on behalf of the Department. (6) A landowner, stockholder(s), partner(s), and immediate family and those persons of the landowners choosing wishing to also apply for controlled hunt tags shall apply by the May 15 controlled hunt deadline. Listing a hunt choice other than a landowner preference choice is not required. (7) Everyone shall follow controlled hunt application procedures and regulations as described in OAR Division 060. (8) The number of landowner preference tags issued is based upon a landowner's acreage. Landowner Preference tags shall be allocated by the following minimum acreage requirements: 2 - Div. 075

3 TAGS MINIMUM ACREAGE HUNT TYPE 2 40 all hunts except eastern Oregon buck deer, Eastern Oregon bull elk, either-sex elk, and either-sex or doe/fawn pronghorn antelope hunts all hunts 3 1,200 all hunts 4 2,500 all hunts 5 5,000 all hunts 6 10,000 all hunts 8 20,000 all hunts 10 40,000 all hunts 12 80,000 all hunts ,000 and greater all hunts (9) Landowner preference tags for the hunting of deer or elk may be issued to any person of the landowner s choosing, and shall be used for the taking of antlerless animals except as described in OAR (10). Season dates of the transferred landowner preference tags shall be the same dates as the original tag. (10) Landowner preference tags for the hunting of antlered deer or elk may be issued to a person of the landowner s choosing who is not a member of the landowner s, partner s, or stockholder s immediate family as follows: (a) A landowner who is issued only one tag may not transfer that tag. (b) A landowner who is issued two or more tags may transfer not more than 50 percent of the tags to a person who is not an immediate family member as defined in ORS (4). If calculation of the number of tags eligible for transfer under the provisions of this paragraph results in a fraction, the Commission shall round up the number of tags to the next whole number. (11) A landowner who is qualified to receive landowner hunting preference tags may request two additional tags for providing public access and/or two additional tags for wildlife habitat programs. This request shall be made to the Access and Habitat Board with supporting evidence that the access is significant and the habitat programs benefit wildlife. The board may recommend that the commission grant the request. These tags may not be applied to the options as defined in OAR (8). (12) No one shall receive both a controlled hunt tag and a landowner preference tag for the same type of hunt. Landowner hunting preference tags shall not be issued to any person successful in the controlled hunt drawing for the same type of hunt. (13) Landowner preference tags, except as described in OAR , , and shall only be issued from the headquarters office of the Department following the controlled hunt drawings. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , & Other Auth.: Senate Bill 247 (2015) Stats. Implemented: ORS , , & Div. 075

4 Application and Tag Issuance Procedures and Limits For Controlled "Damage Pool" Hunts and Emergency Hunts (1) Landowner hunting preference tags for emergency hunts (see Division 078) will be issued to landowners by department field staff. (2) To qualify, the landowner shall sign an affidavit certifying ownership, number of acres owned, the county and wildlife management unit where the property is located, and the names of people to receive tags. (3) A landowner, stockholder(s), partner(s), immediate family and those designated by the landowners may receive landowner hunting preference tags for emergency hunts. Tags are issued in addition to and under the same criteria as specified in OAR (6). Emergency hunt landowner preference tags may not be exchanged for additional antlerless tags. Stat. Auth.: ORS , ORS , ORS & ORS Stats. Implemented: ORS , ORS , ORS & ORS Hunting Area Allowed With Landowner Hunting Preference Tags (1) A landowner preference tag authorizes the recipient to hunt only on those lands owned and registered in the Landowner Preference Program by the landowner, and meeting the minimum acreage requirements for that hunt, during the season dates for which the tag is valid, except as provided for in OAR (4) and (5). (2) Landowner hunting preference tags are valid on the landowner's registered property in other controlled hunt areas provided the species, bag limits, and season dates are the same, and the landowner s property in that area either: (a) Meets the minimum acreage requirements for that hunt; or (b) is contiguous to other property owned and registered by the landowner that, if added together, would meet the minimum acreage requirements for that hunt. (3) A landowner receiving a landowner preference controlled buck deer hunt or controlled elk hunt tag may not hunt in any other controlled or general buck deer or elk season, except as provided in OAR division 090. (4) When a landowner is qualified under landowner preference rules adopted by the Commission and the landowner or an immediate family member receives a deer or elk controlled hunt tag for that unit and has not harvested an animal, the landowner or immediate family member may use that tag to take an antlerless deer, except for white-tailed deer in Western Oregon, or elk before, during, or after the hunting season for which the tags are valid, when approved by the Department, to alleviate damage that is presently occurring to the landowner s property. (5) Each unfilled landowner preference deer tag may be transferred and used to take two antlerless animals, except for white-tailed deer in Western Oregon, before, during or after the hunting season for which the tags are valid, when approved by the Department, to alleviate damage that is presently occurring to the landowner s property in accordance with the following criteria: (a) Transfer must be done by an authorized representative of the Department for no charge; (b) Tag(s) is/are to be transferred to someone of the landowner s choice; (c) No more than one tag may be transferred to any one person; (d) Each tag may only be transferred once; 4 - Div. 075

5 (e) Tags shall be issued for a period of no more than 30 days from the date of issuance, and end no later than March 31. A Department representative may reauthorize an unfilled tag to the same person for an additional 30 days if damage is presently occurring; (f) Persons who have been successful in harvesting a buck and/or antlerless deer in a general and/or controlled hunt season (excluding leftover tags) are also eligible to receive one damage landowner preference deer tag in a fiscal year of July through June; (g) Department personnel shall collect the appropriate fee for the second tag at time of transfer; (6) Landowner preference pronghorn antelope tags may only be used during the authorized hunt season. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , , & Oregon Landowner Damage Program (1) This rule implements HB 2027A, through which the 2013 Legislative Assembly directed the Department to implement an Oregon Landowner Damage Program to operate from January 1, 2014 until January 2, As directed by statute, the program addresses damage caused by elk on privately owned lands in Oregon by granting damage tags to qualifying landowners. (2) A "qualifying landowner" is: (a) An individual, partnership, corporation, unincorporated association or other nongovernmental entity which; (b) Owns, leases or rents land in Oregon; and (c) Whose land: (A) Is (at the time of application) suffering damage from elk; or (B) Has within the past five years suffered damage from elk and the Department has taken action to alleviate that damage; or (C) Is in an area designated as an "elk de-emphasis zone" by the Department. (3) "Damage" has the same definition as that in the "damage statute" (ORS ): harm to land, livestock or agricultural or forest crops. (4) This damage program operates in the same manner as the landowner preference tag program in OAR through -0030, except that: (a) Damage program tags are limited to antlerless elk; (b) Damage tags may be used to take elk only on property owned, leased or rented by the landowner or by a business entity that includes the landowner as a principal partner or shareholder; (c) Qualifying landowners may exchange unused general season elk tags or controlled hunt tags for damage program tags; (d) No more than five damage program tags may be valid at any one time on a particular property; (e) Qualifying landowners may receive damage tags regardless of the size of their property. There is no minimum acreage requirement; (f) Qualifying landowners may register for damage program tags at any time. (g) The validity period (the time during which damage program tags may be used on a particular property) shall be negotiated between the Department's district biologist and the qualifying landowner; (h) Each qualifying landowner receiving damage program tags must (within 10 days of a designated hunt period) report to the local Department district biologist the number of elk taken by the landowner with damage program tags; 5 - Div. 075

6 (i) Damage program tags may be obtained from, and exchanged through, Department district biologists (rather than point of sale vendors). (j) Only persons who have not been successful in harvesting an elk in a general or controlled hunt season are eligible to receive one damage program elk tag in a fiscal year of July through June; (k) The landowner and those receiving a transferred elk tag must surrender any original unfilled elk tag; or sign an affidavit stating the tag has been lost, stolen, or destroyed; (l) Department personnel shall verify that the person(s) receiving tag(s) has a valid hunting license and has not been successful in harvesting an elk during current general or controlled seasons.] Stat. Auth.: ORS , & Stats Implemented: , & Exchanging Landowner Preference Tags That Do Not Fall Under the Category of a Damage Situation (1) The landowner hunting preference tag may be exchanged for another landowner hunting preference controlled hunt of the same hunt type provided the controlled hunt area includes the same landowner's property. For example, a landowner may exchange a landowner preference controlled bull tag for a landowner preference controlled antlerless elk tag. (2) The landowner hunting preference tag, except controlled antlerless deer tag, may be exchanged for a general season tag. (a) Tags must be exchanged prior to the season(s) for which such tags are valid. (3) Landowners ( ) and immediate family ( ) currently listed on a landowner's tag distribution list may exchange a controlled hunt tag for an LOP tag before the opening date of the season for which either tag is valid. (4) Exchanges may be made at the Salem headquarters or regional offices of the department for no charge. (5) Landowner preference tag exchanges may be made for no charge at the Salem headquarters, regional, and district offices of the department, if the landowner is only exchanging his/her antlered tag for an antlerless tag for his/her own use. All other landowner preference tag exchanges may only be made at the Salem headquarters or regional offices of the department. (6) Tags must be exchanged prior to the general or limited entry season in the landowner's unit. (7) Landowner preference tags for the hunting of pronghorn antelope may not be exchanged and may not be used for the taking of buck antelope. (8) Landowner preference tags for the hunting of antlerless deer may not be used for taking of whitetailed deer in Western Oregon. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , , Stats. Implemented: ORS , , , Div. 075

7 Landowner Hunting Preference Tags in Special Seasons (1)(a) Landowner hunting preference tags are not available for Premium Hunts (series L, M, and N) or the long duration youth elk hunts (August 1 - December 31) or the Melrose 223T (August 1 - March 31, 2015) youth elk hunt. (b) During controlled elk hunts with a bag limit of spike or better in units where the usual bag limit for bull elk is spike only, landowner hunting preference tags shall be limited to five tags or 10 percent of the total controlled hunt tags whichever is greater; the bag limit for these elk tags shall be spike or better. (2) If landowner preference tags remain from the controlled hunts described in (1)(b) after the game mammal controlled hunt drawing, the Department will issue remaining tags to qualified landowners as described in Stat. Auth.: ORS , , , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , , , & Landowner Hunting Preference Tags for Mule Deer (1) This rule further implements HB 2027A whereby the 2013 Legislative Assembly directed the Department through the commission to specify a formula that bases the number of landowner preference tags available for mule deer on the management, research, and habitat needs set forth in the wildlife management plan for mule deer. (2) For purposes of this rule, the population management objectives (MOs) for each wildlife management unit that were adopted by the commission in August 2016 are considered representative of the management, research, and habitat needs for mule deer. (3) The formula to determine the number of landowner hunting preference tags available for buck deer in a unit is as follows: (a) In those wildlife management units where the estimated mule deer population is less than 60% of the established population management objective, the number of landowner hunting preference tags available for buck deer in that unit may be limited to five tags or 10 percent of the total controlled buck tags authorized for the public for each hunt in that unit by the commission, whichever is greater. (b) In those wildlife management units where the estimated mule deer population is equal to or more than 60% of the established population management objective, but less than 80% of the established population management objective, the number of landowner hunting preference tags available for buck deer in that unit may be limited to five tags or 15 percent of the total controlled buck tags authorized for the public for each hunt in that unit by the commission, whichever is greater. (c) In the Biggs, Columbia Basin, and Mount Emily wildlife management units, and in the NE Owyhee 167A hunt area, and in those wildlife management units where the estimated mule deer population is equal to or more than 80% of the established population management objective, the number of landowner hunting preference tags available for buck deer in that unit may be issued based upon a landowner's acreage as set forth in (8). (d) If conditions such as but not limited to disease or harsh winter weather occur, resulting in adoption of a Temporary OAR to reduce 100 Series mule deer tags by equal to or more than 25% from the number authorized by the Commission in areas listed or described in (3)(c), Limited Landowner Preference mule deer tags in those areas may be limited as described in (3)(b). 7 - Div. 075

8 (4) If landowner preference tags remain from the controlled hunts described in (3)(a) or (b) after the game mammal controlled hunt drawing, the Department will issue remaining tags to qualified landowners as described in (5) Landowner Hunting Preference Tag numbers for mule deer in 2016 and 2017 are listed in Table 1 and are adopted and incorporated in OAR Chapter 635, Division 075 by reference. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , , , & Issuing Leftover Limited Landowner Hunting Preference Tags (1) If landowner preference tags remain from the controlled hunts described in (1)(b) and (3)(a) after the game mammal controlled hunt drawing, the Department will issue remaining tags to qualified landowners in the following manner: (a) The tags shall be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. (b) The Department will set the time, date, and any constraints (i.e., via fax) for the sale of the tags. (c) Only landowners who still have tags available for allocation on their property as set forth in (8) may apply for and receive tags remaining in the quota. Such a tag may be for the landowner or for someone other than the landowner listed on their tag distribution form. (d) Limited landowner tags from the quota are not an additional hunting opportunity for the landowner or hunter. (A) If the hunter has a general elk season or 200 Series controlled hunt tag, they are not eligible to receive a tag for a hunt described in (1)(b) with limited landowner elk tags. (B) If the hunter has a general deer season or 100 Series controlled hunt tag, they are not eligible to receive a tag for a hunt described in (3)(a) with limited landowner deer tags. (2) For the purposes of OAR (2) and OAR (3), "qualified landowner" is a landowner who registered their land through the landowner preference program for the Wildlife Management Unit which includes the controlled hunt and who has a current tag distribution form filed with the Department. (3) A hunter who received a tag of his or her choice through the original game mammal controlled hunt drawing process may exchange that tag for a remaining tag in the first-come, first-served process while tags remain available. Tag purchases and exchanges may be obtained only through ODFW Salem Headquarters and must be made before the start of the seasons for which the tags are issued. Tag exchange fees as provided in OAR (1) apply. The tag being exchanged shall not be reissued. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , , , & Outfitters and Guides Nonresident Tag Allocation (1) Eligibility: Outfitters and Guides must be registered pursuant to ORS 704 prior to making application for big game tags described herein. (2) The nonresident tags allocated shall be based on one half the nonresident tags drawn in the previous year from the standard first drawing determined by hunt number for series 100, 200, and 600 as described in OAR and through Div. 075

9 (a) Prior to November 1 of each year, the department shall publish a list of tags available for allocation based on nonresident tags drawn in the annual June drawing. (b) In the event of new hunts, no Outfitter and Guide tags will be allocated for that year for those hunts, except for unit wide hunts that are split will have tags reapportioned for the new hunts. (c) All tags allocated shall be considered nonresident for the purposes of OAR (2). (d) The Commission may revoke or refuse to issue all or any portion of the permits based upon a commission finding of an emergency situation or for a biological need. In the event of a tag number reduction of 50% or more for the current hunt year, Outfitter and Guide tags will be reduced proportionately to the overall tag reduction. Tags will be reallocated based on the application draw number. (e) For the purposes of these rules, "emergency situation or biological needs" is defined as a situation in which harvest mortality above a prescribed level would significantly jeopardize the department's ability to meet sex ratio or population management objectives for a wildlife management unit or subunit. Stat. Auth.: ORS , ORS & ORS Stats. Implemented: ORS , ORS & ORS Application Requirements (1) A valid controlled hunt Outfitter and Guide application shall be purchased from the Department. The purchase price of the application is $29.00 (plus a $2.00 agent fee). (a) No more than 50% of the available tags for a specific hunt number and species may be applied for, except in cases where only one person applies for tags and/or an odd number of tags exists in particular hunt. (b) Tags will only be issued for specific hunt units in which the Outfitter and Guide is certified. (c) Applications must be complete and include such information as required which will include the six-digit State Marine Board Registration number required under ORS or they may be disqualified from the tag allocation drawing. (d) Applications, along with the proper fees, must be received by midnight December 1, of each year, at the Department headquarters office. Applications received after the specified deadline dates shall be disqualified. (2) No outfitter or guide may receive more than 25 tags per year for any single species of big game from the December Outfitter and Guide tag drawing. Tags received in the first-come, first-serve remaining tag process are in addition to tags drawn by an outfitter and guide in the December Outfitter and Guide tag drawing. Stat. Auth.: ORS , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , & Other Auth.: Senate Bill 247 (2015) 9 - Div. 075

10 Tag Purchasing Requirements (1)The department will notify outfitters and guides of the drawing results by December 31 of each year. (2) On or before March 31 of each year Outfitters and Guides who are successful in the drawing must: (a) Submit to the department the names, addresses, proof of nonresidency, and hunting license numbers (if already purchased) of the nonresidents for whom tags are to be issued. For the purpose of these rules: Proper identification for nonresident documents includes an out-of-state driver's license. If an applicant does not have a driver's license, then a combination of three pieces of identification are required including utility bill, rent receipt, passport, birth certificate, social security card, major credit card, medical card, marriage license, voter's registration card, library card, or military ID. One piece must show name and current address outside the state of Oregon. (b) Submit to the department all required fees. Outfitters and guides must submit all fees; they will not be accepted from nonresident applicants to whom the tags will be issued. The department shall not issue a tag to any person who does not have a valid nonresident Oregon hunting license. (Note: Fees for Outfitter and Guides tags are described in ORS ) No later than July 31 the department will issue to outfitters and guides all requested tags from the December drawing for which they have met requirements. Stat. Auth.: ORS , & Stats. Implemented: ORS , & Tag Limitations (1) Tags issued in the above described allocation process are for nonresident hunters only. Outfitters and guides and their immediate families (as described in OAR ) or their employees are not eligible to receive or use tags described in this allocation process for personal use, when that outfitter or guide made the original application. (2) Tags issued under this allocation process are valid only when the hunter is being guided by the outfitter or guide or their employee as described in ORS 704 who made the original application above. (3) Tags shall not be transferred among outfitters and guides or among hunters. (4) Tags issued to an outfitter and guide will be revoked if at any time the Marine Board revokes or denies a registration or certification. Refunds for tags will be issued to outfitters and guides only. (5) When the commission reduces allocated tags, refunds for tags only will be issued to outfitters and guides who were not selected in the reallocation process. Stat. Auth.: ORS , ORS & ORS Stats. Implemented: ORS , ORS & ORS Remaining Tags (1) Any remaining Outfitter and Guide tags not sold on or before March 31st will become available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Department will publish a list of available tags two business days after March 31st. (2) First-come, first-serve tags will become available for purchase starting at 8:00 AM on the third business day after March 31st and ending at 5:00 PM on April 15th. Any applications received prior to 10 - Div. 075

11 8:00 AM on the third business day after March 31st will not be accepted. (3) Up to five first-come, first-serve tags can be sold to outfitters and guides for unnamed clients. (a) The non-refundable tag fee for unnamed client tags is $ (plus a $10.00 license agent fee) for deer and $ (plus a $10.00 license agent fee) for elk. (b) The deadline to identify a hunter for tags sold with unnamed clients is one week before the hunt begins. (4) An unlimited number of first-come, first-serve tags can be sold to an outfitter or guide when the client is identified. (5) Any unsold Outfitter and Guide Tags remaining after 5:00 PM on April 15th will be included in the June public controlled hunt drawing. Stat. Auth.: ORS , , Other Auth.: Senate Bill 247 (2015) Stats Implemented: ORS , , Amended October Div. 075

12 Table 1. Number of controlled mule deer buck LOP tags available in 2016 and & 2017 Hunt # 2016 & 2017 Hunt Name 2016 Tags 2017 Tags 131 Keno Unit 110 No Limit 131R Keno Unit Bow 14 No Limit 132 Klamath Falls Unit M Klamath Falls Muzzleloader Sprague Unit Upper Deschutes Unit Paulina Unit M Paulina Unit Muzzleloader R Paulina Unit Bow Maury Unit R Maury Unit Bow Ochoco Unit Grizzly Unit 131 No Limit 139 Metolius Unit No Limit No Limit 139M1 Metolius No 1 Muzzleloader No Limit No Limit 139M2 Metolius No 2 Muzzleloader No Limit No Limit 139R1 Metolius No.1 Bow No Limit No Limit 139R2 Metolius No.2 Bow No Limit No Limit 140 Maupin Unit 50 No Limit 141A Hood-White Rvr B White Rvr Unit No C White Rvr Unit No M Hood-White River T The Dalles Watershed A Hood Unit No B Hood Unit No A E Biggs 72 No Limit 143B W Biggs No Limit No Limit 144 Columbia Basin 198 No Limit 145 Fossil Unit 220 No Limit 145M Flatiron 6 No Limit 146 Murderers Cr Unit Northside Unit Heppner Unit M Ditch Cr Muzzleloader Ukiah Unit 190 No Limit 150 Desolation Unit Sumpter Unit Div. 075

13 Table 1 continued. Number of controlled mule deer buck LOP tags available in 2016 and & 2017 Hunt # 2016 & 2017 Hunt Name Tags 2017 Tags 152A Starkey B Starkey Experimental Forest Catherine Cr Unit A E Mt Emily B W Mt Emily 52 No Limit 154C Mt. Emily R Mt Emily Unit Bow 44 No Limit 155A Walla Walla Unit 25 No Limit 155R Walla Walla Unit Bow 17 No Limit 156 Wenaha Unit R1 Wenaha Bow Sled Springs Unit Chesnimnus Unit Snake Rvr Unit Minam Unit Imnaha Unit Pine Cr Unit Keating Unit Lookout Mt Unit Beulah Unit A SE Beulah R W Beulah Bow Malheur Rvr Unit M N Malheur Muzzleloader Owyhee Unit A NE Owyhee A Trout Cr Mts B E Whitehorse M Ne Whitehorse Muzzleloader R2 Se Whitehorse Bow A Steens Mt A Beatys Butte M Hart Mt Muzzleloader R1 Hart Mt No 1 Bow R2 Hart Mtn No 2 Bow R3 Hart Mt No. 3 Bow A N Juniper B S Juniper M Juniper Muzzleloader Div. 075

14 Table 1 continued. Number of controlled mule deer buck LOP tags available in 2016 and & 2017 Hunt # 2016 & 2017 Hunt Name 2016 Tags 2017 Tags 172 Silvies Unit M Silvies Unit Muzzleloader Wagontire Unit No Limit No Limit 174A N Warner B S Warner R1 N Warner Bow R2 S Warner Bow T Warner Unit Youth Interstate Unit M Interstate Unit T Interstate Youth Silver Lake Unit M Silver Lk E Ft Rock Fort Rock Unit Div. 075

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