Adventures & Areas

Send-A-Vet® Foundation Adventures & Areas

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Adventures & Time-frames

STATE OF ALABAMA (Lower area of the state)

Outfitter Jack Caffey meets your arriving flight at the Montgomery Airport for the following Adventures:

STATE OF ALASKA ADVENTURES

Airfare from the nearest International airport near your home to your final destination paid by Send-A-Vet® Foundation for:

  • Kenai River Fishing Trips; and
  • St. Petersburg Offshore Fishing Trips

STATE OF IDAHO, CLEARWATER / LOWELL AREA

Staff will meet you at SeaTac International Arrivals, load your gear, and take you to your hotel for the evening. The Lowell Idaho Lodge is a long drive, and it is asked that you be prepared to depart the Motel at 0600 when Staff arrives.

  • Black Bear Hunts – At the Lowell Idaho Lodge. Basic Trapping Class – Presented by Clearwater Division of Idaho Fish and Game at the Lowell Idaho Lodge;
  • Wolf Trapping Class – Presentation and lodging in Lewiston Idaho by the Clearwater Division of Idaho Fish and Game;
  • Bird Hunt at the Flying B Ranch – Daily shuttle from the Lowell Idaho Lodge to and from Flying B Ranch in Kamia Idaho;
  • Idaho Hunting Regulations & License Info.

STATE OF WASHINGTON AREA

OTHER ADVENTURE TRIPS AND AREAS

  • Ohio Whitetail Deer Hunt– Picked up by Outfitter at Columbus OH Airport
  • Utah – Lake Fishing Trip – Picked up by Guide at Salt Lake City UT Airport Send-A-Vet® pays you airfare from Salt Lake City Airport to the fishing location
  • Upper California – Hog Hunts – Picked up by Outfitter at Ukiah CA Airport
  • Northern New York – Whitetail Deer Hunt – Picked up by Outfitter, Jack Caffey, at Syracuse Airport

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Send-A-Vet® Foundation - Adventures & Time-frames

ADVENTURES APPROXIMATE TIME FRAMES
AK Kenai River Fishing Trip  Jul and Aug
AK St. Petersburg Offshore Fishing  Trip  Jun or Sep-depends if they donate a Salmon or Halibut trip
AL Eastern Turkey Hunt  Nov-Dec & Mar-Apr
AL Whitetail Deer Bow or Rifle Hunt  Oct-Feb
CA Hog Hunt – Northern State  normally Oct-Jan but can be year round
ID Black Bear Hunt  May-Jun – About 5 weeks for spring bear
ID Basic Trapping Class   Can be Jun-Sep
ID Flying B Ranch Bird Hunt   Aug-Apr
ID Meriam Turkey Hunt   Apr-May Spring hunts then Aug-Oct Fall hunts
ID Wolf Trapping Class   Can be Jun thru end of Sep
MT Antelope Hunt-Purple Heart   Required  Mid Nov
NY Whitetail Deer Hunt  Generally Aug–End of Sep–Jan depending on weapon type
OH Whitetail Deer Hunt  End of Sep thru the first week in Feb, depending on weapon type
OR Blacktail Deer Hunt  We do not do May or Jun
South Africa Game Hunt with  Motshwere Safari and Outdoors  Aug-Sep
UT Lake Fishing Trip  July
UT Ice Fishing Trip  Jan-Feb
WA Muzzle-Load Roosevelt Elk Hunt  A week in Oct, then various dates and locations in Nov-Dec
WA Duck and Goose Hunt  Primarily Oct-Jan
WA Outfitter & Guide Assn Ride to  Rendezvous  May
WA Turkey Hunt  Apr-May Spring & Sep – Mid Oct
WA Fishing Trip at Bear Lake  Year round but we prefer the warm summer months

Send-A-Vet® Foundation - Outdoor ADVENTURE Packing Lists

RECOMMENDED – These lists are not all inclusive, and you may bring additional gear. Contact Send-A-Vet® Foundation before purchasing items or if you have questions about the list

Bear Hunting Packing List

Personal Gear:

  • Photo ID / Driver’s License
  • Hunter Safety Card REQUIRED for ALL Participants - Click here if you need a Hunter Safety Card - WA DF&W opens in a new tab; OR,
  • CLICK HERE to open the form to print; 
  • Bring cash or debit card-preferred payment if visiting the town for:
    • Dinner; or
    • Supplies; and
    • At least $300 for taxidermy costs
  • Swimsuit-Required - Showering
  • Civilian clothes for photos
  • Sleeping Clothes
  • Laundry Bag
  • Sleeping Bag if desired but bedding is available

Personal Care Items:

  • All Medications
  • scent free shampoo;
  • Male / Female hygiene items;
  • Medications;
  • Epi-Pen if needed;
  • scent killer spray;
  • scent free bug spray;
  • sunglasses
  • suntan lotion;
  • travel toilet paper
  • toothbrush
  • razor
  • sunscreen

Please bring your Send-A-Vet® Foundation T-Shirt

Hunting Gear:

  • Rifle 300 Win Mag or higher caliber with scope and ammo
  • Backup sidearm with ammo
  • Hunting clothes – forest camo, 2 Pants and 2 shirts
  • Hunting boots, socks, underwear if desired, Belt
  • Rain gear
  • Cold weather gear
  • Scent Free Bug repellent
  • Shooting gloves
  • Eye and Ear protection
  • Binoculars and Range Finder
  • Shooting support bi-pod or tripod
  • Headlamp and Flashlight with batteries or charger
  • Re-useable water devise
  • Urination bottle-Male or Female-Required
  • Anything else you need for your hunt

*Optional Items” – Lightweight, quiet waders worn under camo pants aid scent-protection and help keep you dry, Thermos

Fishing Trip Packing List

Personal Gear:

  • Fishing license with required endorsements (paid by Send-A-Vet® Foundation;
  • Photo ID / Driver’s License.

Personal Care Items:

  • All Medications;
  • Sunglasses;
  • Civilian clothes;
  • Swimsuit-Required;
  • scent free shampoo;
  • Male / Female hygiene items;
  • Epi-Pen (if needed);
  • scent killer spray;
  • scent free bug spray;
  • suntan/sunscreen lotion;
  • travel toilet paper;
  • toothbrush;
  • razor;
  • Sleeping bag and pad for all trips EXCEPT the Alaskan Adventures;
  • Jackets for higher elevation-nights in the 40s;
  • Change of clothes as needed;
  • Rain gear / Gortex;
  • Hat for the sun;
  • Sunglasses;
  • Camera;
  • Coffee and coffee making supplies;
  • All fishing tackle is supplied.

Washington Outfitters & Guides Association Gear Guide, and their Release to Participate form prior to your trip.