Hi Rob, Aervax brings up some pretty good points. Make sure your son has the skills he needs before the season. That being said, there isn't a much better place to begin honing those skills than out in the woods. Like Aervax has said, I would look at taking him east to hunt mule deer. You are a little bit late for that this year, which is what I am assuming you are asking about. So that is a potential plan for next season.
I am from farther south, and have not hunted that area at all, so this is coming from the little bit of e-scouting I have done. I would probably concentrate on the Wilson unit. According to the population survey from last year the Wilson has a 50:100 buck-doe ratio, where the Trask has a 19:100. Both appear to have a decent amount of publicly accessible ground, with a good mix of cuts and timber. Concentrate on glassing clear cut edges early in the morning and late in the evening, with a couple of hunts pushing the timber during the middle of the day.