Trask Unit 14

TRASK 42% public lands. Beginning at McMinnville; southwest on State Hwy 18 to Salmon Rvr; west on Salmon Rvr to Pacific Ocean; north on Pacific Ocean coastline to north shoreline at mouth of Tillamook Bay; east on north shoreline of Tillamook Bay and Wilson Rvr to State Hwy 6 at Mills Bridge; northeast on Hwy 6 to State Hwy 8 near Gales Cr; southeast on Hwy 8 to State Hwy 47 at Forest Grove; south on Hwy 47 to State Hwy 99W; southwest on Hwy 99W to McMinnville, point of beginning. (Maps: ODF Tillamook, Siuslaw NF, Salem (BLM).

Trask Unit Map (pdf)

Cascade Head – Lincoln City Special Area (Units 14, 17) – view map (pdf) 
The Cascade Head - Lincoln City Area is closed to hunting with centerfire rifles, muzzleloaders, or handguns.
Hunting is restricted to archery and shotguns only during authorized seasons, except for department approved emergency hunts. Hunters using shotguns for elk shall use slugs (single projectile) only. See Big Game Regulations for Area Description and current information.

Unit wide hunts

  • Trask Unit (214)
  • Trask Unit Youth (214T)
  • Trask Unit (614)
  • Trask Unit Youth (614T)
  • Wilson - Trask (712A)

Sub-unit hunts

Contacts:

East Trask Unit - Sauvie Island office 503-621-3488 or Clackamas office 941-673-6000
West Trask Unit - Tillamook office 503-842-2741

Hunt series key:

100 series – buck deer
200 series – elk
400 series – pronghorn
500 series – bighorn sheep
600 series – antlerless deer
700 series – spring black bear
900 series – Rocky Mountain goat

Please review the Big Game Regulations for sub-unit descriptions.

NOTE: This information is for reference use only, and is not intended to replace the information found in the current Big Game Regulations. Please consult the Big Game Regulations before purchasing tags or planning your hunting excursions.