Washington Whitetail Deer Hunting Guides Outfitters Ranches

Hunt Whitetail Deer in Northeast Washington close to Idaho and British Columbia. This is the "Northwestern Whitetail" subspecie. Bearpaw Outfitters offer guided hunts, guaranteed hunts, unguided hunts, and DIY Hunting Maps.

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Washington Whitetail Hunting Guides And Outfitters

Dale Denney, Whitetail Guide

Washington Whitetail Deer Hunting Guide

Tara Denney, Whitetail Hunts

Whitetail Deer Guided Hunts

Brian Denney, Hunting Guide

Guided Whitetail Hunting

Ray Doppenberg, Deer Guide

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Daniel Evans, Whitetail Guide

Washington Whitetail Hunting

Bearpaw Outfitters lease numerous private ranches and hunt over a million acres of public land in the surrounding mountains. This is the heart of Washington's most productive deer hunting, more bucks are taken in NE Washington than any other area of Washington.

3 Day Whitetail Hunts

Rifle - Bow - Muzzleloader

Guaranteed Hunt.............$3950

Guided Private Land........$3650

Unguided Mountain Hunt $1250


DIY Hunting Map...............$695

Licenses are available over the counter.

Call Dale (208) 852-6494 or Tara (509) 684-6294 for questions or bookings!

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Hunt Choices

Guaranteed Hunt:  Private land access, guide with 4x4 auto, lodging, meals, and game care. If no shot opportunity you can return again for 40% discount.

Guided Private Land:  Private land access, guide with 4x4 auto, lodging, meals, and game care. This is our most popular whitetail hunt (it's not guaranteed).

Unguided Mountain Hunt:  Lodging, meals, Onx Maps waypoints to proven public land areas, and game cleaning area. Bring an all-wheel drive auto for hunting access.

DIY Hunting Map:  Onx Maps waypoints for your phone to proven public land areas, saves you hundreds $$$ of fuel and wasted days searching for hunt areas.

Whitetail Hunting Seasons

Archery Season is open from Sept 1 to late Dec, Bearpaw Outfitters prefer the first week of September for the best success. Rifle seasons is open in Oct and Nov, but Bearpaw Outfitters only hunt the November late season when bucks begin to rut and success is highest.

Shot Opportunity & Trophy Potential

This is a high success hunt, shot opportunity is normally 90% or higher on the guided private land hunts. We only take a limited number of hunters each season to insure high success rates. This isn't a trophy hunt, most bucks taken are three years or younger but we have taken some big bucks. It's your choice to pass or shoot the bucks that you see. Larger bucks are taken more often on the mountain hunts but success is lower on mountain hunts. The best success is on the guided private land hunts.

Whitetail Hunting Methods

On the private ranches we hunt in blinds watching food plots, bait sites (bait is legal), alfalfa fields, orchards, game trails, and waterholes. We hunt in the least impactful manner possible, we do not allow hunters to hike at all on the properties, we want the properties to be a sanctuary where deer feel safe because there are no hunters hiking around spooking them. As a result we have have a lot more deer on the properties. Your guide will pick you up and drop you off at your blind, the blinds are big enough you can stand up and stretch. After we began hunting this way our success increased greatly. We also offer mountain hunts on public land, the mountain hunts are more agressive, we hike old logging roads, clear cuts, ridges, and some times we may watch bait sites or water holes. The mountain hunts are best for hunters who prefer hiking and covering ground rather than sitting and watching.

Physical Condition

Physical condition is not that important when hunting in blinds on the private lands or if hunting the easier areas in the mountains. Hunters in better physical condition can hike into the more remote areas in the mountains.

Temperature & Weather

Check the Weather Channel before leaving for your hunt. September usually has 60-90 degree days with the possibility of frosty nights. October days are usually 30-60 degrees with 25-35 degree nights. November days are usually 20-50 degrees with 10-35 degree nights and rain or snow is more likely.


Meals are served in the lodge dining area, there are five cabins, each cabin sleeps 2 to 4 people, and there's a lighted game cleaning area with water. Motels are only 10 minutes away in Colville for hunters who would rather stay at a motel.

What's Not Included

Your personal gear, meat processing, taxidermy, licenses, sales tax, gratuities for your guide, and any other items not listed as being included.

Licenses, Hunter Ed, Hunter Orange

The license and tag is sold over the counter. Youth hunters under 16 are half the price of resident adults. First time hunters can apply for a one time deferral of the Hunter Ed requirement. All other hunters born after Dec 31, 1971 need proof of Hunter Ed to purchase a license. Hunters must wear 400 square inches of hunter orange above the waist during rifle deer, elk, or upland bird seasons.

Taxidermy & Meat Processing

Taxidermy is available locally, meat processing is available in Spokane, or you may choose to transport your trophy and/or carcass home with you.

Airport & Directions

The Spokane Airport is 81 miles away, it's about 1 hour 50 minutes to Bearpaw Outfitters. Check the Details Page for flight and rental car information. Driving Directions: Follow I-90 to Spokane, exit onto Hwy 395 north and follow to Colville, turn east on Hwy 20 (3rd Street), go 3 miles to Bearpaw Outfitters.

Contact Us

Call Dale (209)852-6494 or Tara (509) 684-6294 to ask questions. Use the Hunt Application to reserve a hunt by email or by postal mail.

"We look forward to meeting you and hunting with you!"

Dale, Tara, and The Staff



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Dale & Tara Denney, Bearpaw Outfitters, 345 Hwy 20E #A, Colville, WA 99114
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