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Many ODFW Hunting Tags Are Still Available; Going on Sale July 1st

Hundreds of leftover tags for the upcoming hunting seasons — some of which are in the Southeastern Cascades of Oregon, among others — will go on sale at 10 a.m. on July 1.

Tags will only be available for purchase via the online licensing system at

A list of leftover tags available at

Hunters who want to try and purchase one of the 1,377 leftover elk tags will need to have set up their online account with a username and password before the sale date.

See for how purchase a leftover tag,

New this year, leftover tags are no longer available as an additional tag. That means hunters who drew a controlled elk tag this year, or have already purchased a general season elk tag, cannot purchase a leftover tag.

This change is meant to more equitably distribute hunting opportunities.  However, beginning July 2, hunters may exchange a tag they drew or purchased for a remaining leftover tag while leftover tags remain available.

Information: 541-440-3353

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