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JUNE 15, 2021
2021-22 Tribal Trask Managem
The Natural Resources staff will draw tags on Wednesday, July 21,
2020. Staff will begin notifying successful applicants by telephone on
Thursday, July 22, 2021. Call prioritization will be based on season
begin date. A public tag draw will NOT be available this year.
2021-2022 HUNTING SEASON
What’s new for 2021: Changes highlighted in YELLOW
• 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 Certificate being provided 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 or proof of completion certificate. Be prepared to
present when picking up the tag.
COAST BUCK: NO APPLICATION
CONTROL DAMAGE DOE
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.
1st Season (Bull Only)
2nd Season (Spike Only)
BOW DEER (Buck Only)
BOW ELK - (Bull Only)
YOUTH ANTLERLESS ELK
YOUTH C/D DEER
YOUTH - UPPER TUALATIN - TRASK
NE TRASK MUZZLELOADER ELK
ONLY ONE APPLICATION PER CATEGORY (category is
labeled and indicated by bullets below: Bear, Male Elk, Cow
Elk and Damaged Doe). Multiple applications for one catego-
WEST TRASK #1
ry will result in ALL APPLICATIONS being voided for that
WEST TRASK #2
Categories are as follows:
CENTRAL TRASK #1
CENTRAL TRASK #2
• ELK (BOW, 1ST Season, 2ND Season)
o ELK HUNTERS you must choose one season to apply, Bow, 1st
OR 2nd Season. Applications submitted for multiple Elk seasons NE TRASK #1
will result in all applications being voided.
NE TRASK #2
• CONTROL/DAMAGE ELK:
o You must write the NAME of the hunt you are applying
for on your application under HUNT NAME. (Example: SE
Trask, West Trask #1, Panther Creek, Trask, etc.)
• CONTROL/DAMAGE DOE: Any licensed Tribal member may apply.
• YOUTH TAGS: Any licensed Tribal member between the ages of 12-17 may apply.
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 doc-
umentation. Proper documentation is: Tribal issued Hunting and Fishing
License AND Grand Ronde-issued Tribal ID Card or CIB AND Hunter’s
Safety Certificate/proof of completion certificate if applicable.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5 p.m.
Friday, July 9, 2021
Applications may be mailed, faxed, e-mailed
or hand-delivered to one of the following: Hand
delivered applications: A drop box is located
outside of the NRD building to the right of the
entry door for convenience.
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
Attn: Natural Resources
Mail: 9615 Grand Ronde Road
Physical: 47010 S.W. Hebo Road,
Grand Ronde, OR 97347
A Grand Ronde Tribal
Hunting and Fishing License
will be required to be shown
at time of tag pickup. No
If picking up for others, please
notify Natural Resources prior
to pick up. Please be advised,
the Tribal-issued Hunting
and Fishing license AND
Grand Ronde issued Tribal
ID Card or CIB AND Hunt-
er’s Safety Certificate (if
applicable) will be required
when picking up a tag for
others. NO Exceptions.
All tags will be
issue on Monday,
July 26, 2021.
GENERAL COAST ELK
CONTROL DAMAGE ELK