commonly hunted in Utah are mule, deer, elk, antelope,
pheasant, ducks, geese, sage grouse, forest grouse, chukar
partridge, mourning dove, and wild turkeys.
is allowed in most public areas of the state, except in
national parks and monuments and state parks. Check with
the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources for specific regulations.
for all special big game permits requiring a drawing are
taken January 1 to 31. The application period to hunt
bear, mountain lion and bobcat is mid-October to mid-November.
Seasons for all huntable species are set yearly. Information
on big game seasons is available by January 1st and small
game information can be obtained by late August each year.
630 species of mammals, birds, fishes, reptiles and amphibians
make their homes in Utah's diverse habitat. There are
many books and brochures published on the state's wildlife
viewing opportunities that are available in bookstores
or visitor information centers. Information can be requested
from the Division of Wildlife Resources.
are available from all Utah Wildlife Resources offices
and from most sporting goods stores in the state. Non-resident
license fees are subject to legislative action. Contact
the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources for information.
Guides & Outfitters
Rim Trail Rides
Phone: 435-679-8761, 800-679-5859
PO Box 58
Tropic, UT 84776
Guided hunting around the trophy famous Paunsagaunt
Plateau. Included in price of hunt: Lodging, meals,
transportation to the hunting area, horse, guide,
and skinning and capping of the animal.