I suggest you feed it in the center with open-wire (ladder) line and a balanced antenna tuner. (I have done that for many years). With the right tuner, you can obtain a near-perfect match anywhere on those bands. Also, feeding it in the center eliminates the need for a good RF ground or radial system, as opposed to end-feeding it.
Glenn, W9IQ has a schematic here of a balanced-to-balanced tuner that some may find useful if placed between commonly-available balanced tuners (that use ferrite baluns) and the antenna to increase the impedance range. The tuner I made was different, using link-fed, tapped coils in parallel with a variable capacitor, but Glenn's design appears to cover a much wider range of bands.
You may find that certain lengths of feedline are difficult to match on some bands.
Choose (or build) ladder line with low loss.