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Gift ideas for hunters

From stocking stuffers to spotting scopes
Meghan Dugan
November 24, 2020

Not sure what's on your favorite hunter's holiday wish list?  No worries. We’ve compiled a gift list every hunter would appreciate -- from stocking stuffers to big spenders. There's even a few items for hunters who process and cook their harvest.

Great gifts to give (or get)

STOCKING STUFFERS
($25 and under)

JOLLY GOOD
($25-$100)

MERRY & BRIGHT
($100 and over)

Youth license

Resident hunting license

Sports Pac

Youth turkey tag

Youth Sports Pac

Bighorn sheep or Rocky Mountain goat tag

Black bear or cougar tag

Combination angling and hunting license

Oregon Conservation & Recreation Fund donation in their name

ODFW collector’s art stamp

ODFW Outdoor Education workshop

Garmin inReach

Multitool

onX Hunt one state, one-year membership

Guided hunt

Eye, ear protection

Federal duck stamp

Hunting blind

Shooting or archery targets

Non-toxic, lead-free ammunition

Rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader

Camouflage face mask, hat, gloves

Camouflage life jacket

Binoculars or spotting scope

Hunter orange shirt, hat

Trail camera

Red dot sight

Neck gaitor

Turkey or waterfowl decoys

Recurve or compound bow

Turkey, predator calls

Range finder

Camouflage clothing

Compass, maps

Wind indicator

Smoker/BBQ grill

Gun cleaning kit

Game hanging gambrel

Meat grinder

Headlamp

Rod and gun club membership

Food dehydrator

Cell phone battery pack

Lead sled (gun rest)

Extra-large coolers

Jerky seasoning

Jerky gun

 

Fanny pack

Long bow for beginners

 

First aid kit

Arrows

 

Rifle sling

Hip boots

 

Binocular strap

Havalon knife

 

Hand/foot warmers

Vacuum sealer

 

Insulated travel mug

Immersion circulator

 

Scent killing soap/laundry detergent

Turkey fryer

 

We hope this list takes some of the stress out of your holiday shopping. Some items might even find their way on your own holiday wish list! Have a happy holiday season!

Meghan Dugan is an ODFW public information officer for the SW region and the Marine Resources Program.

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