Roe's properties range from 200 to 11,000 acres. He plans to take only one buck from any of the properties that are smaller than 5,000 acres. He says this is not a physically challenging affair, with hunts conducted mostly from ground blinds and stands. Some stalking is also possible, depending on the conditions. Roe says hunters should expect bucks measuring from 80 to 120 inches. He says there are larger bucks, but he does not want clients developing unrealistic expectations. He says hunters should consider this unique species akin to Coues deer in size and trophy quality.
Hunts are scheduled for October 1 - 6 and 7 - 12. The charge for a six-day hunt is $8,000, including license, landowner tag, meals and accommodations. Roe houses his hunters in Glide, right on the North Umpqua River. He describes the accommodations as very nice and says they all have views of the river.
Roe says he still has eight openings left, and he encourages deer collectors to take this opportunity........(continued)