Oregon (Department of Fish and Wildlife): This state is one where hunting with dogs is no longer allowed. In response, the department has greatly reduced the cost of a cougar tag ($10) to encourage all hunters to carry one. These permits are sold over the counter or by mail. Over 15,400 hunters last year could legally hunt cougars, and they killed 152 cats - almost as many as killed in states with hound pursuit. In addition to the sport harvest, there were another 130 cats taken after damage complaints. Three units (Blue Mountains, Southwest Cascades and North Cascades) account for 73 percent of the harvest. The department establishes quotas even though they know there is little chance of achieving their harvest goal.
You can contact the Oregon State Marine Board or the Oregon Guides & Packers Association for a list of outfitters.