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Scotch Creek Wildlife Area - Charles and Mary Eder UnitLimited Access Okanogan County Deer Hunt

Scotch Creek Wildlife Area
Charles and Mary Eder Unit

Eighteen lucky hunters will have an opportunity to hunt for deer this fall on the 6,000- acre Charles and Mary Eder unit of the Scotch Creek Wildlife Area in northeastern Okanogan County. This drawing is open to the general public without any additional fees beyond the cost of a hunting license and the standard tags.

Check your Drawing Results
Enter your 11 or 12 digit WILD ID Number


Drawing Information:

  • Drawing will take place in late August.
  • Drawing results will be posted online the last week of August.
  • Winners will receive their access permit and boundary map through the mail.
  • There is no fee to enter this drawing.
  • Please enter the drawing for only one weapon choice, even if you have a multiple season permit. This will ensure the greatest variety of hunters can take part in the hunt.
  • The weapon choice you select must match the weapon type selected on your deer tag.

Hunt Information:

  • The hunt area is a combination of recently purchased WDFW land and adjacent private lands.
  • Access is limited to walk-in only from the Chesaw or Eder Roads.
  • There are 700 acres of private agricultural lands in the center of the unit that are closed to hunting. This area is designated with "No Trespassing" signs.
  • The area can be hot and dry, especially in September.