Bear Hunting Services

Due to the current lack of intense hunting by the people of the Quinault Indian Nation and the abundant high quality habitat, you'll find black bear numbers on the Quinault Indian Reservation the highest anywhere in the Northwest. Black bear populations on the Quinault Reservation are comparable to those found in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia.

Quinault Indian Nation Non Tribal Black Bear Hunting Information

Season: Spring season is March1- November 30, 2011.

2011 Tags: Unlimited bear tags will be sold this year. Tags are good for the spring and or fall hunt. Unsuccessful spring hunters can use their tag in the fall hunt if they desire to re-book with a guide.

Cost: The first tag is $250.00 plus $50.00 for each additional tag.

Release Form: All non-tribal hunters must sign and return the attached release form prior to the hunt.

Application: Send application and tag fee (Cashiers Check made out to: Quinault Indian Nation) to:

Fishing and Game Office
ATTENTION: Dora
Department of Natural Resources
Quinault Indian Nation
PO Box 189,
Taholah, Washington 98587

see attached application: click here

 

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