Utah Hunting

There are a variety of species that are commonly hunted in Utah. These include mule deer, elk, antelope, pheasant, ducks, geese, sage grouse, forest grouse, chukar partridge, mourning dove, and wild turkeys. Before you embark on your trip, make sure that you obtain a Utah hunting license. Information can be found at http://wildlife.utah.gov/index.php

For the best experience, you will also want to choose from one of the many Utah hunting guides. Here are just a few of them.

A Whole Lotta Bull Guides and Outfitters

Located in Elk Ridge Utah, this company specializes in Utah elk hunting over 24,000 acres of private land. They also provide guide service for hunts for mule deer, mountain lions and moose.

Hunting in Utah with Shaun Labrums Wild Mountain Outfitters

Wild Mountain Outfitters has trained hunters from age 12 to 72. This includes experienced hunters, first time hunters, kids, women, foreign hunters, and physically handicapped hunters. While they are located in Roosevelt, Utah, they provide pick-up from the Salt Lake City Airport. Their fees include airport pick-up food and lodging. They specialize in:

  • Utah Elk Hunting
  • Mule Deer
  • Mountain Lion
  • Big Horn Sheep
  • Antelope
  • Black Bear

Mossback Utah Hunting Guides

With locations all throughout Utah, Mossback Guides and Outfitters are the most well-known Utah hunting guides. This hunting in Utah company has been in operation for 15 years. They specialize in trophy hunts for:

  • Mule Deer
  • Utah Elk Hunting
  • Antelope
  • Moose
  • Big Horn Sheep
  • Bear
  • Mountain Goat
  • Sheep
  • Bison

Hunting in Utah with the Hunting Company

With private trophy ranches that total over 500,000 acres, the Hunting Company, located in Henefer, Utah provides excellent guiding for hunting in Utah. Their specialties are:

  • Mule Deer
  • Utah Elk Hunting
  • Mountain Lion
  • Moose
  • Bear
  • Waterfowl
  • Fish
  • Predators
  • International Game

Aside from obtaining a Utah hunting license, there are a number of Utah hunting regulations that must be observed. If you were born after December 31st, 1965, you will be required to take a hunter education course. While this may seem like one of the harsher Utah hunting regulations, it is an important one. In 1957 Utah experienced 126 hunting-related accidents. Sadly, 22 of those accidents were fatal. Since this accident rate was not tolerable, the state decided to add mandatory hunter education to the Utah hunting regulations.

Other Utah hunting regulations pertaining to species that may not be hunted are in effect. You can download the sensitive species list at http://dwrcdc.nr.utah.gov/ucdc/ViewReports/sslist.htm.

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