See us June, 2-4, at the 2nd annual, NW Mountain Challenge at Hoodoo Ski Resort, at Santiam Pass, and the Stick & Sage, Traditional shoot, just west of Camp Sherman.
Sheep People: Those willing to help others accomplish a life-goal of killing a bighorn sheep--anywhere, anytime! Sometimes referred to as "Wannabe's," "Hopefuls" and "Didn't Draws."
After last year's rehersal I drew the coveted Spring Bear tag for the Snake River Unit. Last years exploration of the "Big Canyon Country" showed we were in the right place for bears, as the elk calves were dropping and the bears were on the prowl.
We're headed to the White River Wildlife Management Area, near Tygh Valley, Oregon, Memorial Day Weekend, for the annual Western Traditional Archers Rendevous. We're proud to help support and grow the sport of Traditional archery. We also speak on behalf of public lands and support the voice for the Public land hunter and angler, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
Oregon Pack Works
19855 4th St. Ste. 103B
Bend, OR 97703
Through many of your email requests we've added our fifth ProHunter model to our product line. The Large Tall--fitting the Sheep Hunters' binocular--the Swarovski 15 x 56, or Minox or Vortex Kaibab.
The 2015 spring bear and turkey seasons are behind us now, and the theme of this year’s hunts was another very early spring, and the number of folks in the bear and turkey woods. For the first time in 16 years I failed to harvest a spring bear, nor was I able to pick up a left-over spring bear tag, as none were available---another first.
We are excited to add to the list of Range Finder pouches, Extra Large. The XL fits the GunWerks G-7 range finder.
The options are many, but when one looks at function, weight and price, hands down, the BinoBro leaves the rest behind.
Made in America, our simple ideal of a lightweight-waterproof, quite fabric attached to a simple ergonomic harness keeps your binoculars under cover and easy to carry without any neck strain.
My first bear interaction was in the fall of 1980 while grouse hunting in the Lookout Mtn. Unit of Oregon, close to my home town. We hadn't thought much about bears despite the robust berry crop we were actively hunting as the Blue and Ruffed Grouse were occupying much of our time and talents.
My February 2015 predator hunting trip started out as it does every year, with a couple weeks trying to call in bobtailed cats near my home in the Coast Range mountains of western Oregon, followed by a quick trip over the Cascades into the Klamath Basin to call coyotes before crossing the border into California.