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JUNE 15, 2018
2018-19 Tribal hunti
Natural Resources will hold its annual tag drawing for Deer, Elk,
Bear and all Control/Damage tags 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, 2018,
at the Natural Resources facility located at 47010 S.W. Hebo Road,
• Tribal hunting licenses are required before submitting applications.
If a license is not obtained before the submitted application,
all applications will be voided.
• Tribal members 11 years of age may apply. However, they must
turn 12, possess a Hunting and Fishing License, and have
their Hunter’s Safety Certificate before a tag will be issued.
Under no circumstances will a tag be issued without the
Hunter’s Safety being completed and on file.
• Incomplete or duplicate applications will be voided.
• Applications must be in BLUE OR BLACK INK, be legible,
and signed and acknowledged in all designated spaces.
• Tribal members 17 and under must possess a valid Hunter’s Safety
Certificate. Be prepared to present when picking up the tag.
TRIBAL LICENSES are issued at the Natural Resources Depart-
ment. Tribal Enrollment Cards and Hunter’s Safety Certificates (if
applicable) are required at the time of licensing.
2018-19 HUNTING SEASON
COAST BUCK: NO APPLICATION
CONTROL DAMAGE DOE
BOW DEER (Buck Only)
BOW ELK - (Bull Only)
YOUTH ANTLERLESS ELK
YOUTH C/D DEER
YOUTH - UPPER TUALATIN - TRASK
1st Season (Bull Only)
2nd Season (Spike Only)
ONLY ONE APPLICATION PER CATEGORY! Multiple ap-
NE TRASK MUZZLELOADER ELK
plications for one category will result in ALL APPLICATIONS
being voided for that hunter. Categories are as follows:
WEST TRASK #1
• ELK (BOW, 1st Season, 2nd Season):
WEST TRASK #2
o BOW Elk Applicants: Bow tag applicants may also apply for
Central Trask #1
either a 1st or 2nd season Elk tag. If you are drawn for the Bow
Central Trask #2
Elk tag you will be given the opportunity to choose the Bow tag,
or the 1st or 2nd season tag.
o RIFLE AND BOW ELK HUNTERS DO NOT APPLY FOR BOTH
1st and 2nd season, or all applications will be voided.
• CONTROL/DAMAGE ELK:
NE TRASK #1
o You must write the NAME of the hunt you are applying for on
NE TRASK #2
your application where it asks for HUNT NAME. (Example: Wind
River, West Trask, Pike, Trask, etc.)
• CONTROL/DAMAGE DOE: Any licensed Tribal member may apply.
• YOUTH TAGS: Any licensed Tribal member between the ages of 12-17 may ap-
ply. YOUTH MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AT LEAST 21 YEARS
OF AGE. One adult may not accompany more than TWO youths.
• Lost tags will not be replaced. It is the hunter’s responsibility to keep all tags
in a safe and secure place.
• Under no circumstances will a tag be issued without all of the proper
documentation. Proper documentation is: Tribal-issued Hunting and
Fishing license AND Grand Ronde issued Tribal ID Card or CIB AND
Hunter’s Safety Certificate if applicable.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018.
Applications may be mailed, faxed,
emailed or hand-delivered to one
of the following:
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
Attn: Natural Resources
Mail: 9615 Grand Ronde Road
Physical: 47010 SW Hebo Road
Grand Ronde, OR 97347
All tags will be
issue on Wednesday,
July 25, 2018.
A Grand Ronde Trib-
al Hunting and Fishing
License will be required
to be shown at time of tag
pickup. No exceptions.
If picking up for others,
please notify Natural
Resources prior to pick
up. Please be advised, the
and Fishing license
AND Grand Ronde
issued Tribal ID Card
or CIB AND Hunter’s
Safety Certificate (if
applicable) will be
required when picking
up a tag for others. NO
GENERAL COAST ELK
CONTROL DAMAGE ELK