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Antlerless 2010
GUIDEBOOK
ANTLERLESS

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wildlife.utah.gov Utah Antlerless Guidebook • 2010
Prepare for CONTENTS CONTACT US HIGHLIGHTS
Utah Antlerless Guidebook • 2010

Utah Antlerless Guidebook • 2010


3 Contact information Offices are open 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., What’s new this year?
big changes 3
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Highlights
Depredation pool application
Monday through Thursday.
Division offices
Additional antlerless hunts: This year, the
Division has added new hunts for antlerless deer and
If you hunt Utah’s big game species, 5 Permit fees
5 Key dates elk. For details, please see the hunt tables that begin
whether they’re antlered or antlerless, Salt Lake Office on page 19.
6 Basic requirements 1594 W North Temple
you need to know about changes that
8 Antlerless deer hunting Box 146301 More opportunity for elk hunters: Beginning
will happen in the 2011 season. Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6301
8 Antlerless elk hunting this year, you might be able to use your antlerless elk
The first and most noticeable change 801-538-4700
9 Doe pronghorn hunting permit while you’re hunting buck deer or bull elk with
is that the traditional Big Game
9 Antlerless moose hunting any legal weapon. To learn more, see pages 9–10.
Guidebook will not be printed 9 Collared big game
Central Region
before the big game application 1115 N Main Street Depredation hunter pool: The Division occasion-
10 Obtaining an antlerless permit Springville, UT 84663
period, which will be in April 2011. 10 Multiple elk permits
ally enlists hunters to remove depredating animals.
801-491-5678
Instead, a combination of online 11 Elk control permits
To learn more about this opportunity, see the
tools and other printed materials will information box on page 4.
11 Important dates Northeastern Region
provide essential details about the 2011 12 Applying as a group 152 E 100 N See e-mail for results: Beginning this year, you
big game hunts and how to apply for 12 Waiting periods Vernal, UT 84078 will no longer receive a printed letter that contains
them. Visit wildlife.utah.gov in late March 435-781-9453 your Antlerless drawing results. Instead, you will
13 Youth drawing process
2011 to see maps, boundaries, hunt 13 Bonus points Northern Region
receive an e-mail that lists your results. For more in-
tables and application dates. 14 Preference points 515 E 5300 S
formation about obtaining your results, see page 12.
To learn more about this ap- 15 Preventing the spread of chronic Ogden, UT 84405 Boundary changes: Some antlerless hunt
proach—and to preview other possible wasting disease 801-476-2740 boundaries have changed this year. Visit
changes, such as hunt restructuring— 16 Can I ride this trail? wildlife.utah.gov/maps to find a map and description
see the article on page 18. Southeastern Region
17 Cooperative Wildlife Management 319 N Carbonville Road, Ste A of the area you want to hunt.
There are fewer changes planned for Units Price, UT 84501
2010. You’ll find new hunts for antlerless 18 Changes in 2011 435-613-3700 And remember
deer and elk (see the hunt tables on page 19 Antlerless harvest reporting
19) and more flexibility for rifle elk hunt- 19 Hunt tables Southern Region Hunting license required: Before you can
1470 N Airport Road apply for a 2010 antlerless permit, bonus point or
ers (see page 9). 32 Where are my boundaries?
preference point, you must have a valid Utah hunting
Whether you’re a first-time hunter or Cedar City, UT 84721
435-865-6100 or combination license. Please see page 7 for
a seasoned pro, we hope you have a fun, more information.
safe and successful hunt in 2010. Washington County Field Office
This guidebook summarizes the 451 N SR-318 Apply for permits online or by phone: If you
rules and laws that regulate antler- Hurricane, UT 84737 plan to hunt antlerless game in Utah this year, you
435-879-8694 must apply for a permit online or by phone no later
less hunting in Utah. You can find the
than June 17, 2010. There’s an 11 p.m. deadline for
full text of these rules and laws at
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online applications and a 6 p.m. deadline for phone
wildlife.utah.gov/rules or at the nearest applications. To apply, simply visit wildlife.utah.gov
Division office. Wildlife Board members or call any Division office.
This guidebook is a proclamation of Jake Albrecht Rick Woodard, Chair
the Utah Wildlife Board. If you have feed- Opportunity for youth: Twenty percent of the
Del Brady Ernie Perkins, Vice Chair
back or suggestions for board members, permits for antlerless deer and elk and doe prong-
Bill Fenimore James F. Karpowitz,
horn have been reserved for hunters 18 or under. For
you can find their contact information Tom Hatch Division Director
more information, please see page 13.
online at wildlife.utah.gov. Keele Johnson Executive Secretary
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Antlerless elk control permits: Did you obtain PERMIT FEES KEY DATES
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a permit to hunt in southeastern Utah this fall? If so, Take a closer look at the

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you may be eligible to purchase an antlerless elk- rules Permit Res. Nonres. Apply online
control permit. To learn more about this opportunity This guidebook summarizes Utah’s big Antlerless deer $25 $88 Applications available June 1, 2010
and to see which hunting units are eligible, please see game hunting laws and rules. Although it is
Two-doe deer $40 $166 Application deadline June 17, 2010
the information box on page 11. a convenient quick-reference document for
Utah big game regulations, it is not an all- Antlerless elk control $25 $88 Drawing results available July 14, 2010
Harvest reporting and your chance to win
encompassing resource. Antlerless elk $45 $213 Remaining permits available July 21, 2010
prizes: The Division encourages all hunters to volun-
For an in-depth look at the state’s Doe pronghorn $25 $88
tarily report the results of their antlerless hunts, even For drawing results, visit wildlife.utah.gov, call
big game hunting laws and rules, visit
if they don’t harvest an animal. If you participate, Two-doe pronghorn $40 $166
wildlife.utah.gov/rules. 1-800-221-0659 at any time or contact a Division
you’ll automatically be entered into a prize drawing!
You can use the references in the guide- Antlerless moose $208 $708 office during business hours. (For a list of Division
To learn more about this opportunity, see page 19.
book—such as Utah Code § 23-20-25 and CWMU antlerless deer $25 $88* office addresses and phone numbers, see page 3.)
Multiple elk permits: You may obtain two elk Utah Administrative Rule R657-5-24—to To protect your privacy and to comply with changes
CWMU two-doe deer $40 $166* in governmental records access laws, you’ll receive
permits—provided one or both of the permits are search the Division’s Web site for the detailed
antlerless—but you can only apply for or obtain one statute or rule that underpins the guidebook CWMU antlerless elk $45 $213* access to only your own drawing results.
antlerless elk permit in the drawing. For more infor- summary. CWMU doe pronghorn $25 $88*
mation, please see the information box on page 10. If you have questions about a particular CWMU two-doe pronghorn $40 $166* SEASON DATES
rule, call or visit the nearest Division office. Season dates vary. See the hunt tables beginning
Corrections: If errors are found in this guidebook CWMU antlerless moose $208 $708*
on page 19 for season date listings.
after it is printed, the Division will correct them in
the online copy. Visit wildlife.utah.gov/guidebooks to have been discriminated against in any program, * Nonresidents may only obtain CWMU permits through
view all of the Division’s guidebooks. activity or facility, or if you desire further informa- the CWMU operator. See the hunt tables for a list of
tion, please write to: CWMU operators.
Protection from discrimination: The Division The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
receives federal financial assistance from the U.S. Office for Diversity and Civil Rights Programs—
Fish and Wildlife Service. Under Title VI of the Civil External Programs
Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation 4040 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 130
Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Arlington, VA 22203 Don’t lose your hunting and fishing privileges
Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title
IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the U.S. Private lands: The Division cannot guarantee If you commit a wildlife violation, you could lose the privilege of hunting and
Department of the Interior and its bureaus prohibit access to any private land. If you plan to hunt—or fishing in Utah. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources can
discrimination on the basis of race, color, national engage in any other wildlife-related activities—on
private lands, you must obtain WRITTEN permission suspend the license of anyone who knowingly, intention-
origin, age, disability or sex. If you believe that you
from the landowner or the landowner’s authorized ally or recklessly violates wildlife laws. Your license can
representative. be suspended for a wildlife violation if:
Depredation hunts Division funding: The Division is mostly funded • You are convicted.
When deer, elk or pronghorn cause dam- by the sale of hunting and fishing licenses and • You plead guilty or
age to agricultural crops, the Division may hold through federal aid made possible by an excise no contest.
hunts that are not listed in this guide. These tax on the sale of firearms and other hunting- and
hunts are called depredation hunts. They may
• You enter a plea in abeyance.
fishing-related equipment.
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occur on short notice, involve small areas and You will be notified of any action against your
are often limited to only a few hunters. privilege after criminal proceedings conclude.
The Depredation hunter pool applica-
tion was not included in the 2010 Big Game
And remember, if your license is suspended in
guidebook. To apply for the pool, com- Utah, you may not be permitted to hunt or
plete and submit an online application at fish in most other states. (Visit ianrc.org to
wildlife.utah.gov/depredation. see a map of participating states.)

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS For more information on how to
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complete Utah’s hunter education course, visit Adults must accompany
Are you getting excited about this year’s antlerless hunt? Before you apply for a hunting

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wildlife.utah.gov/huntereducation. young hunters
permit, make sure you meet Utah’s age, hunter education and license requirements. Utah Code § 23-20-20

Do you have a license? While hunting big game, a person under


Are you old enough? Have you passed Utah Code §§§ 23-19-1, 23-19-22 and 23-20-3 16 years old must be accompanied by his or
Utah Code § 23-19-22 her parent, legal guardian or other responsible
Before you can buy a hunting license and apply hunter education? You must have a current Utah hunting or
Utah Code § 23-19-11 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-23 combination (hunting and fishing) license to apply person who is 21 years of age or older and who
for an antlerless permit, you must meet the follow- for any antlerless permits, bonus points or preference has been approved by the parent or guardian.
If you were born after Dec. 31, 1965, you
ing requirements: points. You will have the opportunity to purchase a The Division encourages adults to be
must provide proof that you’ve passed a hunter
• Successfully complete the state’s Hunter license while applying for permits or points. Licenses familiar with hunter education guidelines or to
education course approved by the Division before
Education course. (For more information, see are also available at wildlife.utah.gov and from complete the hunter education course before
you can apply for or obtain a hunting license or an
wildlife.utah.gov/huntereducation.) license agents and Division offices. accompanying youth into the field.
antlerless permit.
• Be at least 12 years old by your hunt date. Be sure to take a quick look at the date on your While in the field, the youth and the adult
This proof can be a hunter education course
Note: If you’re 11 years old—but you’ll be 12 license before you apply for any permits or points. As must remain close enough for the adult to see
Certificate of Completion (this certificate is called
by Dec. 31, 2010—you may apply for and obtain long as your license is valid on the date you submit and provide verbal assistance to the young
a “blue card” in Utah) or a hunting license from a
an antlerless deer, antlerless elk or doe pronghorn your application, you don’t have to purchase a new hunter. Using electronic devices, such as
previous year with your hunter education number
permit. However, you cannot hunt until the day license for the actual hunt. walkie-talkies or cell phones, does not meet
noted on the license.
you turn 12. Be sure to check hunt dates before For example, assume that your license expires this requirement.
If you become a Utah resident, and you’ve com-
applying. All sales are final. on June 20, 2010. If you apply before that date, you
pleted a hunter education course in another state,
All hunters under the age of 16 must be ac- do not have to purchase a new license for your hunt
province or country, you must obtain a blue card
companied in the field by a parent, legal guardian or in the fall. All hunting and combination licenses are
before you can apply for or buy a resident hunting
responsible person 21 years of age or older. For more valid for 365 days from the date of purchase.
license or a resident antlerless permit. You can obtain
information on this requirement, see the information
a Utah blue card at any Division office by providing
box on page 7.
proof that you’ve completed a hunter education Carry your permit
course approved by the Division. The card costs $10. If you are successful in obtaining an antlerless
permit, you must have it on your person while
hunting. You cannot alter your license or permit,
Residency you do NOT claim residency for hunting, fishing
nor can you sell, transfer or loan either of them to
Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-2(2)(r) or trapping in any other state or country.
another person.
You qualify as a resident if: • you present a copy of your assignment orders
• you have a fixed permanent home and princi- to a Division office to verify your residency.
pal establishment in Utah for six consecutive If you are a nonresident attending an institution
months immediately preceding the purchase of higher learning in Utah as a full-time student
of a license or permit, and you do NOT claim you may qualify as a resident if:
residency for hunting, fishing or trapping in • you have been present in Utah for 60 consecu-
any other state or country. tive days immediately preceding the purchase
You will retain your Utah residency if: of the license or permit, and you do NOT claim
• you leave Utah to serve in the armed residency for hunting, fishing or trapping in
forces of the United States, or for religious or any other state or country.
educational purposes, and you do NOT claim Your Utah resident license or permit is
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residency for hunting, fishing or trapping in invalid if:
any other state or country. • you purchase a resident license for
If you are a member of the armed forces of the hunting, fishing or trapping in any other state
United States, you and your dependents are or country.
residents as of the date you report for duty under You DO NOT qualify as a resident if:
assigned orders in Utah, if: • you are an absentee landowner paying prop-
• you are NOT on temporary duty in Utah and erty tax on land in Utah.

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ANTLERLESS HUNTS If you do not obtain an antlerless elk permit in If you already have a 2010 pronghorn permit,
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the drawing, you may be eligible to purchase up to you may not apply for or obtain a doe pronghorn
Utah offers antlerless hunts each year. These hunts serve two purposes: they help ensure

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two remaining antlerless elk permits. permit or preference point.
that populations remain at sustainable, manageable levels, and they remove animals that Note: You may only obtain one pronghorn
pose depredation problems. Depending on the permit you obtain, you could hunt antlerless Additional opportunity permit—of any kind—during the 2010 season.
There is some flexibility if you are an antlerless You may not hunt on a Cooperative Wildlife
deer, elk or moose or doe pronghorn. The following section describes the species you can
elk permit holder who also possesses a permit to Management Unit (CWMU) unless you obtain a doe
hunt, the weapons you can use and the types of permits that are available. hunt the following seasons: pronghorn permit for that CWMU.
• General buck deer (archery, muzzleloader or
Antlerless deer hunting appropriate archery or muzzleloader equipment
any legal weapon)
Utah Code § 23-20-3 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-28 specified for your current hunting season—you Antlerless moose
may use your antlerless permit during the buck deer • General bull elk (archery, muzzleloader or any
season. However, you may not use your buck deer legal weapon) hunting
Utah Code § 23-20-3 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-37
permit during the antlerless season. • Limited-entry buck deer (archery, muzzle-
loader or any legal weapon)
Antlerless elk hunting • Limited-entry bull elk (archery, muzzleloader
Utah Code § 23-20-3 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-34 or any legal weapon)
If your buck deer or bull elk permit and your ant-
lerless elk permit are for the same area, you may use
your antlerless elk permit during your buck deer or
bull elk season. However, you may not use your buck
deer or bull elk permit during the antlerless season.

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Utah Code § 23-20-3 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-36
An “antlerless deer” is a deer without antlers or with An “antlerless moose” is a moose without antlers or
antlers five inches or shorter (R657-5-2(2)(a)). with antlers shorter than its ears (R657-5-2(2)(c)).
To hunt antlerless deer, you must first obtain an To hunt antlerless moose, you must first obtain
antlerless deer permit. This permit allows you to use an antlerless moose permit. This permit allows you
a legal weapon to take one antlerless deer—per to use a legal weapon to take one antlerless moose
antlerless deer tag­—in the area and season speci- in the area and season specified on your permit.
fied on your permit. An “antlerless elk” is an elk without antlers or with If you already have a 2010 moose permit,
You may not hunt on a Cooperative Wildlife antlers five inches or shorter (R657-5-2(2)(b)). you may not apply for or obtain an antlerless moose
Management Unit (CWMU) unless you obtain an permit or bonus point.
antlerless deer permit for that CWMU. To hunt antlerless elk, you must first obtain an Note: You may only obtain one moose permit—
If you obtain an antlerless deer permit, you may antlerless elk permit. This permit allows you to use of any kind—during the 2010 season.
not hunt during any other antlerless deer hunt or a legal weapon to take one antlerless elk in the area You may not hunt on a Cooperative Wildlife
obtain any other antlerless deer permit. and season specified on your permit. Management Unit (CWMU) unless you obtain an
You may not hunt on a Cooperative Wildlife antlerless moose permit for that CWMU.
Additional opportunity Management Unit (CWMU) unless you obtain an
There is some flexibility if you are an antlerless antlerless elk permit for that CWMU.
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deer permit holder who also possesses a permit to You may obtain two elk permits each A “doe pronghorn” is a pronghorn without horns or Collared big game
hunt the following seasons: year, and at least one of those must be an antlerless with horns five inches or shorter (R657-5-2(2)(j)). The Division has placed radio collars
• General archery buck deer elk permit. If you plan to obtain two elk permits,
To hunt a doe pronghorn, you must first obtain on some antlerless big game. These collars
• General muzzleloader buck deer please note that a hunter’s choice elk permit is con-
a doe pronghorn permit. This permit allows you to provide valuable data to biologists.
• Limited-entry archery buck deer sidered a bull elk permit. You may apply for only one
use a legal weapon to take one doe pronghorn—per If possible, please avoid harvesting animals
• Limited-entry muzzleloader buck deer antlerless elk permit in the antlerless drawing.
doe pronghorn tag—in the area and season speci- that are wearing collars.
If your buck deer permit and antlerless deer
permit are for the same area—and you use the fied on your permit.

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OBTAINING A PERMIT Antlerless drawing process
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Your first, and possibly only, chance to obtain a Utah antlerless permit is through the Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-19 Elk control

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Antlerless permits are drawn in the permits available
state’s antlerless drawing. This section describes the types of permits that are available and following order: Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-34
identifies key dates. You’ll also find everything you need to know about the application 1. Antlerless moose During the 2010 season, the Division wants
process, waiting periods, and bonus and preference points. 2. Youth elk hunters to harvest as many antlerless elk as
3. Antlerless elk possible from four hunting units in southeast-
Antlerless permits pronghorn permit or preference point. Likewise, if you
4. Youth deer ern Utah:
Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-19 drew a moose permit in the 2010 big game drawing,
5. Antlerless deer • Henry Mountains
You can apply for all of the following antlerless you may not apply for an antlerless moose permit or
6. Youth pronghorn • Nine Mile, Range Creek
permits in the 2010 drawing: bonus point.
7. Doe pronghorn • San Rafael, North
• One antlerless deer permit (except in areas • San Juan, East of US-191
where two-doe permits are available) Antlerless application period Beginning July 21, any remaining permits will be
Utah Admin. Rules R657-62-19 & R657-42 available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you obtain a permit (including general
• One antlerless elk permit season) for bison, buck deer or bull elk on any
This year, the application period opens
• One antlerless moose permit Sales final—exceptions of the above units, you have the option of
on June 1, 2010 and closes on June 17, 2010. Here’s
• One doe pronghorn permit (except in areas Utah Code § 23-19-38 and Utah Admin. Rule R657-42 purchasing an antlerless elk control permit.
what you need to know in order to apply
where two-doe permits are available) Some hunters successfully obtain permits and The elk control permit allows you to harvest
for an antlerless permit, a bonus point or a
Note: If you drew a pronghorn permit in the then realize—for one reason or another—that they an antlerless elk in the same unit where you’ll
preference point:
2010 big game drawing, you may not apply for a doe won’t be able to use those permits. In most cases, already be hunting bison, deer or elk.
• Before you can apply, you must have a valid
Utah hunting or combination license. If you the Division cannot refund the cost of the permit, but To obtain an antlerless elk control permit,
don’t already have one of these licenses, you there are some exceptions. The Division may provide please visit a license agent or any Division
Multiple elk permits a refund under the following circumstances:
Utah Code § 23-19-22 and Utah Admin. Rules R657-62-19 & can buy one online when you apply. office beginning July 21, 2010.
R657-5-34 • You can apply online at wildlife.utah.gov • The Division or the Utah Wildlife Board cancels
You may obtain a maximum of two elk permits until 11 p.m. on June 17. the hunt for which you obtained the permit.
• The Division determines that it collected a fee Important dates
each year—provided one or both of the If you need help with your online application, Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-19
permits are antlerless—but you can only please call any Division office before 6 p.m. on June from you by mistake. If you believe the Division
June 1: Apply online
apply for or obtain one antlerless elk permit in 17, 2010. A Division employee will be available to collected a fee from you by mistake, please
Both residents and nonresidents can apply for
the drawing. You may obtain two elk permits help you! contact the agency. The Division has a commit-
a permit at wildlife.utah.gov. You can also apply by
in any one of the following combinations: tee that reviews these mistakes.
calling any Division office.
• One bull elk permit and one Antlerless application fees • You become ill or suffer an injury that prevents
To apply for a resident permit, you must be a
antlerless permit Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-12 you from participating in the hunt you
There is a nonrefundable $10 application fee resident on the date the permit is purchased. July 14,
• One bull elk permit and one antlerless obtained a permit for. To receive a refund, you
for each permit, bonus point or preference point 2010 is considered the purchase date of the permit
elk control permit (to learn more about must provide verification from a physician of
you apply for. Application fees, license fees and any and the date by which you must establish residency
elk control permits, please see the your illness or injury. You must also surrender
donations you’ve authorized will be charged to your in the state of Utah. Please see the resident definition
information box on page 11) the permit before the season the permit was
credit or debit card when you apply. Permit fees will on page 6 to learn whether you qualify as a resident.
• Two antlerless permits issued for ends. You cannot receive a refund if
be charged after the drawing, if you are successful. When you submit your application, you’ll be
• One hunter’s choice permit and one you hunted.
You can use American Express, Discover, charged a nonrefundable $10 application fee for
antlerless permit • If you’re a member of the United States Armed
MasterCard and VISA credit or debit cards as pay- each species or bonus point you apply for. You will
For the purposes of obtaining two elk permits, Forces, or a public health or public safety
ment, and they must be valid through August 2010. not be charged a permit fee unless you draw a
a hunter’s choice elk permit is considered a bull organization, you might be eligible for a
permit.
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elk permit. An antlerless elk control permit is You can also use a pre-paid credit card. If you have refund if you’re mobilized or deployed in the
considered an antlerless permit. Beginning July questions about using a pre-paid credit card, check interest of national defense or emergency, and June 17: Deadline for permit applications, bonus
21, 2010, eligible hunters may purchase addi- with your financial institution for more information. your mobilization or deployment prevents you
points and preference points
tional antlerless elk permits after the drawing. from participating in the hunting activity you
Applications for antlerless hunting permits, bo-
The permits will be available on a first-come, bought the license or permit for.
nus points and preference points must be submitted
first-served basis through license agents, Divi- A refund may also be granted if the permit
through wildlife.utah.gov no later than 11 p.m. on
sion offices and online at wildlife.utah.gov. recipient dies before they can participate in the hunt.
June 17, 2010. Please remember that you must have

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a hunting license or a combination license to apply draw your application. For each new application you
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for permits and points. If you need help with your submit, you will be charged a $10 application fee. Youth antlerless drawing Get written permission

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online application, please call any Division office If you need help with your online application, process before you apply
before 6 p.m. on June 17, 2010. A Division employee please call any Division office before 6 p.m. on Utah Code § 23-19-22 and Utah Admin. Rules R657-62-19 & If you want to hunt on private property,
R657-5-4
will be available to help you! June 17, 2010. you must obtain written permission from the
Twenty percent of the antlerless deer, landowner before you can hunt. Ideally, you
June 17: Deadline to withdraw and resubmit your June 21: Deadline to withdraw your application antlerless elk and doe pronghorn permits are should have permission before you even apply
application If you decide not to hunt, you can withdraw reserved for hunters who will be 18 years of for a permit.
Did you make a mistake in your online permit your online permit application until 11 p.m. on age or younger on Aug. 21, 2010. If you obtain written permission in
application? Simply withdraw your original online June 21, 2010. If you’ll be 18 years of age or younger on advance, you know you’ll be able to use the
application and submit a new, correct application Please remember that the fees you submitted Aug. 21, you can participate in the youth draw- permit if you draw it.
before 11 p.m. on June 17, 2010. with your application are not refundable. ing by submitting an application as an individual Of course, if you do hunt on private land,
You must have your confirmation number, your hunter. You won’t be included in the youth you should always respect the landowners and
customer ID and your date of birth in order to with- July 14: Drawing results available drawing if you apply as a member of a group. their properties.
You’ll be notified of the drawing results by You can show respect by following the
e-mail. Beginning July 14, you can also learn the future. The antlerless moose hunt is the only antler- landowner’s rules and by picking up any litter
Applying as a group drawing results by calling 1-800-221-0659 or by less hunt with a waiting period. you see, even if it isn’t yours. And remember
Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-7 visiting wildlife.utah.gov.
Instead of applying as an individual hunter, to thank the landowners, if you happen to see
If you draw a permit, you’ll receive your permit in Antlerless moose them while hunting.
you and your friends and family can apply the mail in August. Utah Admin Rule R657-62-19
together as a group. The Division cannot guarantee access to
Please be aware that if you receive your permit, The waiting period for antlerless moose is five
Everyone in the group must apply during private land, and the agency does not have
and then the credit card you used for payment is years. However, if you buy an antlerless moose
the same online session—you cannot add the names of landowners who own property
refused, your permit becomes invalid and you may CWMU permit from a private landowner, the waiting
group members at a later date. where hunts occur.
not participate in the antlerless hunt. If this happens, period does not apply.
Both residents and nonresidents can apply please call 1-800-221-0659 to resolve the problem.
together. However, if you’re a Utah resident Permits obtained after the ing the appropriate hunt choice code (ANM) on the
and you decide to apply with a nonresident, July 21: Remaining antlerless permits available drawing application and paying the $10 application fee.
make sure nonresident permits are available Any antlerless permits remaining after the draw- Utah Admin Rule R657-62-13 You must have a current Utah hunting or com-
for each hunt your group is applying for. If ing may be obtained beginning at 7 a.m. on July 21, If you’re under a waiting period for a certain bination license in order to apply for an antlerless
permits are not available for everyone in your 2010 at wildlife.utah.gov and from license agents species, you can still obtain any permit that remains moose bonus point.
group, the entire group will not be allowed to and Division offices. Remaining permits are available for that species after the drawing, but your waiting If you are eligible for an antlerless moose permit,
draw for that hunt unit. on a first-come, first-served basis. You must have a period will start over. you are eligible to apply for an antlerless moose
Up to four hunters can apply together for valid hunting or combination license to buy one of For example, if you have two years left on your bonus point.
antlerless deer, antlerless elk or doe pronghorn these permits. antlerless moose waiting period, and you buy an If you apply for both an antlerless moose permit
permits. Group applications are not accepted Note: The hours when license agents are open antlerless moose permit that remains available after and a bonus point, your application will be rejected.
for antlerless moose hunts. for business vary; you should contact the agent you the drawing, you’ll begin a new five-year waiting
period. The new waiting period will prevent you from How your bonus points work in the drawing
Please remember that if you’re a youth, plan to visit before July 21 to learn when they’re Fifty percent (rounded down) of the permits for
and you want to be included among those who open for business. A list of license agents is available applying for an antlerless moose permit for the next
five years. each hunt unit number are reserved for applicants
draw for the antlerless permits reserved for at wildlife.utah.gov/licenses/agents.php. with the most bonus points.
youth, you must apply as an individual hunter. You may obtain a maximum of two elk permits. You receive one random drawing number for
Bonus points
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Do NOT apply as part of a group. Please see “Antlerless elk hunting” on pages 8–9. your antlerless moose application and one for every
Utah Admin Rule R657-62-8
When you apply, all fees for all applicants bonus point you have for antlerless moose. Your low-
Bonus points in the antlerless drawing
in your group must be charged to one credit Waiting periods apply to antlerless moose only. A bonus point is est random number is used in the drawing.
or debit card. If your group is successful in the Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-19
In the drawing for antlerless moose, applica-
drawing, all of the applicants in your group Waiting periods keep successful applicants out of awarded for each unsuccessful application to hunt
antlerless moose. tions are sorted into groups by the number of bonus
who have valid applications will receive the drawing for a few years. This gives unsuccessful
If you do not want to hunt antlerless moose this points, from highest to lowest. There’s a group for
a permit. applicants a better chance at drawing a permit in the
year, you may apply for a bonus point only by select- hunters with three bonus points, one for hunters

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bonus point for the current year (just as if a permit highest to lowest. There’s a group for hunters with In a second example, if hunter A with one prefer-
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weapon? You cannot apply for a hunt or receive a bonus preference points and so forth. Within each group of apply as a group, the preference points are averaged
It is illegal under Utah Code § 76-10-503 to point if either of the following conditions apply: preference points, the applications are then sorted (0.5) and rounded down to zero. This group with zero
possess or use a firearm, muzzleloader, archery • You are currently under wildlife license suspen- from lowest to highest draw numbers. Permits are preference points will be considered after all groups
tackle, or any other dangerous weapon if you: sion for big game hunting. awarded in order, based on the hunt choice selected. or individuals with one or more preference points
• Have been convicted of or are under • You are currently under a waiting period for Preference points are averaged and rounded have been considered.
indictment for any felony offense; the species you want to hunt. down when two or more applicants apply as a You may surrender your antlerless deer, antler-
• Are on probation or parole for a The Division began issuing bonus points for group. For example, if hunter A with three preference less elk or doe pronghorn permit before the season
felony offense; antlerless moose in 2006. points and hunter B with zero preference points opening date to reinstate your preference points,
• Are on parole from a secure facility; apply as a group, the preference points are averaged including a preference point for the current year (just
• Have been adjudicated delinquent Preference points (1.5) and rounded down to one. Hunters with one as if a permit had not been drawn).
(juvenile) in the last seven years of an Utah Admin. Rule R657-62-9 preference point will be considered only after all You cannot apply for an antlerless deer, antler-
offense, which if committed by an adult Preference points are used to ensure that ap- groups or individuals with two or more preference less elk or doe pronghorn permit or a preference
would have been a felony; plicants who are unsuccessful, or who apply for a points and before all groups or individuals with zero point if you are currently under wildlife license
• Are an unlawful user of a controlled preference point in the drawing for antlerless deer, preference points. suspension for big game hunting.
substance; antlerless elk and doe pronghorn, will have first
• Have been found not guilty by reason of preference in the next year’s drawing for the respec-
tive permits.
Preventing the spread of and tissue
insanity for a felony offense; • Antlers with no meat or tissue attached
• Have been found mentally incompetent If you do not want to hunt antlerless deer, chronic wasting disease
Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-44 • Upper canine teeth (also known as buglers,
to stand trial for a felony offense; antlerless elk or doe pronghorn in the current year, whistlers or ivories)
If an elk, mule deer or white-tailed deer has
• Have been adjudicated mentally defec- you may apply for a preference point by inserting the • Finished taxidermy heads
been taken from an area in North America that
tive, as provided in the federal Brady appropriate hunt choice code on the application. You You can learn which areas in North
has been diagnosed with chronic wasting disease
Handgun Violence Prevention Act; will be charged a $10 application fee for every pref- America have been diagnosed with CWD by
(CWD), the following are the only parts of the
• Have been committed to a mental erence point you apply for (limit one per species). visiting wildlife.utah.gov/diseases/cwd/ or any
animal you may bring into Utah:
institution; The application period is June 1–17, 2010. You Division office.
• Meat that is cut and wrapped, either com-
• Are an alien who is illegally in the must have a current Utah hunting or combination If you’re not a resident of Utah, you can trans-
mercially or privately
United States; license in order to apply for preference points. port harvested elk, mule deer and white-tailed
• Quarters or other portions of meat (no
• Have been dishonorably discharged from If you are eligible for an antlerless deer, antler- deer from areas that have CWD. However, you
part of the spinal column or head may be
the armed forces; or less elk or doe pronghorn permit, you are eligible to may not leave any part of the harvested animal in
attached to the meat)
• Have renounced your United apply for a preference point for that hunt. Utah, and you may not stay more than 24 hours in
• Meat that is boned out
States citizenship. You cannot apply for both a permit and a prefer- the state. In addition, your deer or elk may not be
• Hides with no heads attached
The purchase or possession of any hunting ence point for the same species. A preference point processed in Utah.
• Skull plates with antlers attached, but the
license, permit, tag or certificate of registration will not be issued if you are successful in drawing for
skull plates must be cleaned of all meat
from the Division does not authorize the holder the respective permit.
to legally possess or use a firearm, muzzle- You will not forfeit your preference points if
loader, archery tackle or any other dangerous you obtain a permit that remains available after
weapon while hunting if they are otherwise the drawing.
restricted from possessing these weapons The Division began issuing preference points
under Utah Code § 76-10-503. for antlerless deer, antlerless elk and doe pronghorn
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in 2006.
with two bonus points and so forth. Applications
How your preference points work in the
are sorted from lowest to highest draw number, and
drawing
permits are awarded in order.
In the drawing, the antlerless deer, antlerless
You may surrender an antlerless moose permit
elk and doe pronghorn applications are sorted into
before the season opening date to waive the waiting
groups by the number of preference points, from
period and reinstate your bonus points, including a

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CAN I RIDE THIS TRAIL? COOPERATIVE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNITS
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Learn the rules of the area before you hop on your ATV/OHV

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More than 60 percent of the rangelands that nonresidents can obtain CWMU permit vouchers
Utah’s big game animals rely on in the winter are on directly from the landowner or operator.
You love to get out every weekend and try a Hunting and OHVs private land. Unfortunately, this vital winter range is Note: CWMU landowner association members
new trail. Fortunately, Utah has plenty of public If you are riding an ATV or OHV while hunting, be
land where you can legally ride your all-terrain and being threatened by human development. and operators—and their spouses or dependant
considerate of other hunters and keep the following
off-highway vehicles (ATVs and OHVs). Utah’s Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit children—may not apply in the drawing for
rules in mind:
Before you load up and hit the road, it’s (CWMU) program provides incentives to preserve CWMU permits.
• Begin hunting only after parking your machine
important to identify which government agency these lands and make them good places for wildlife
at a designated parking area. Obtain important information
oversees the trails you plan to visit. Then, it’s your for years to come.
• Know and follow vehicle-use regulations for If you draw a permit to hunt on a CWMU, you
responsibility to learn and follow the rules your hunting unit, so you don’t ruin another How the program works must contact the CWMU operator to obtain hunting
for that area. hunter’s trip. Public hunters who draw a CWMU permit can dates, a map of the CWMU and a copy of the CWMU’s
There are many state and federal agencies that • Stay on existing, authorized roads and trails. hunt on private lands enrolled in the CWMU program. rules. You can also find some helpful information
own and manage public land, including Utah Divi- • Ride ethically to protect natural resources, In return, the landowners receive permits they can online at wildlife.utah.gov/cwmu.
sion of Wildlife Resources (DWR), Utah State Parks, wildlife habitat and your riding privileges. market to hunters. Without the program, most of
School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration • Do not carry loaded firearms on and/or shoot these lands would remain closed to the public. Complaint process
(SITLA), U.S. Forest Service (USFS), Bureau of Land from an OHV—it is illegal. CWMUs comprise nearly two million acres of land If you wish to lodge a complaint against a
Management and others. • Obey all of the age, helmet, out-of-state in Utah. They’ll provide more than 1,500 hunting per- CWMU, you should contact the Division immediately.
Some of these agencies have recently overhauled permit and registration regulations available at mits for antlerless game in 2010. About 82 percent of Biologists and conservation officers can supply
their OHV regulations. For example, this year, the http://stateparks.utah.gov/ohv. those permits are available to Utah residents through you with a complaint form, or you can make the
USFS began implementing new rules for motorized If you have general questions about riding the state’s antlerless drawing. complaint in person or over the telephone. Because
vehicle access in Dixie National Forest, and SITLA an OHV in Utah, call 1-800-648-7433 or visit time is of the essence, you and the operator should
is finalizing a new plan for ATV use on lands in the http://stateparks.utah.gov/ohv. How to participate make every effort to resolve your issues before they
La Sal Mountains. Other agencies are considering Before you can hunt on a CWMU, you must first escalate to the Division level.
changes to their current plans. obtain a CWMU permit. This permit is only valid for If your problem cannot be resolved locally, it
Wherever you plan to ride, make sure you the species, sex and CWMU specified on the permit. will be passed to the CWMU Advisory Committee for
obtain the information you need for a fun, safe and Only residents may apply for antlerless CWMU review and action.
lawful trip. permits through the drawing. Both residents and

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CHANGES IN 2011
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Some changes are definitely going to occur, while others are under discussion and will be
decided by the Utah Wildlife Board in late 2010. Stay informed by visiting wildlife.utah.gov on The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.
a regular basis.
Antlerless deer hunts
Changes to plan on Proposed changes Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless deer preference point code is AND.
There are a few changes that will definitely occur In late 2009, the Division collected information
in 2011. from the public about proposed changes to the Big Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Permits Season dates
First, the Utah Wildlife Board will set the 2011 Game hunt structure. You can see the proposed 100 Box Elder, West Bear River Archery, muzzleloader and 80 9/4–10/14
Big Game and Antlerless seasons and hunt units in changes online at wildlife.utah.gov/hunts2011.php. (early) shotgun only
March 2011, instead of December 2010. The meeting If you have feedback about these propos- 101 Box Elder, West Bear River (late) Archery, muzzleloader and 30 12/1–12/31
has been scheduled for March because the board has als, please plan to attend your local Regional shotgun only
asked Division biologists to incorporate harvest data Advisory Council meeting in November 2010. 102 Central Mountains, Gunnison Archery, muzzleloader and 50 8/2–9/30
from 2010 into the recommendations for 2011. You’ll find the meeting schedule online at Valley shotgun only
As a result, there will not be a traditional, printed wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings. 103 Central Mountains, Levan Archery, muzzleloader and 50 8/2–9/30
Big Game guidebook available in January, and the In December 2010, the Utah Wildlife Board shotgun only
2011 Big Game application period will not occur will decide whether to implement the new hunt
104 Central Mountains, Sanpete Archery, muzzleloader and 50 8/2–9/30
until April. structure for the 2011 Big Game season. If the board Valley shotgun only
All of the information you need to apply for approves the new hunt structure, the changes will
a 2011 Big Game permit will be available online take place in 2011 and the Division will provide more 105 Fillmore, Chalk Creek (new) Primarily private land; 35 8/2–8/20
Archery, muzzleloader and
in late March 2011, before the application period information on its website. shotgun only
opens. You’ll find application dates, permit fees,
106 Fillmore, Delta-Sevier River New boundary; 150 9/1–9/30
basic requirements, maps and hunt tables online at Stay informed No public land;
wildlife.utah.gov. Your best resource for staying ahead of Archery, muzzleloader and
Then, after the Big Game application period ends the planned and proposed changes is to visit shotgun only
in April 2011, the Division will print a combined 2011 wildlife.utah.gov at regular intervals. That’s where 107 Fillmore, McCornick No public land; 40 9/1–9/30
Big Game and Antlerless field regulations manual. It you’ll find the tools and information you need to eas- Archery, muzzleloader and
will contain species information and the regulations ily navigate and enjoy the 2011 hunting seasons. shotgun only
you must follow while hunting.
Finally, the information you need to apply
for a 2011 Antlerless permit will be available at Antlerless harvest page. Then, you can log in and complete your
wildlife.utah.gov in May 2011. There will not be a reporting antlerless online harvest report.
traditional, printed 2011 Antlerless guidebook. Did you obtain an antlerless permit this year? If you prefer to complete your harvest report
If so, you’ll have the chance to participate in a over the phone, call 1-800-221-0659 at any time.
voluntary harvest-reporting program after you As soon as you submit your report—online
complete your hunt. or by phone—you will be automatically entered
This program will help the Division obtain into a prize drawing. You don’t have to fill out a
more detailed information about the antlerless separate entry form.
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game harvested in 2010. It also gives you the To be entered into the prize drawing, you
chance to win a prize, just for reporting some must submit your report by Feb. 28, 2011.
basic information about your antlerless hunt. Although this program isn’t mandatory, we
After you finish your hunt (whether strongly encourage you to participate. Your efforts
or not you harvest an animal), visit will help us obtain the information we need to
wildlife.utah.gov/harvestreporting and click the better manage Utah’s big game herds.
“Report your harvest” button at the top of the

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HUNT TABLES HUNT TABLES

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The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting. American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.

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Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless deer preference point code is AND. Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE.
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Permits Season dates Permits
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates
108 Fillmore, Nephi Archery, muzzleloader and 25 8/2–10/17
shotgun only 500 Beaver 22 3 10/9–10/21
109 Monroe/Plateau, Sevier Valley Primarily private land; 300 9/1–9/30 501 Beaver, Manderfield-Sulfurdale Primarily private land 22 3 8/2–8/20
Archery, muzzleloader and
shotgun only 502 Beaver, Marysvale Primarily private land 54 6 10/9–12/31

110 North Slope, North Browns Park 50 12/18–12/26 503 Book Cliffs, Bitter Creek-McCook 27 3 11/13–11/28
(new) Ridge

111 Panguitch Lake, Panguitch Val- 504 Book Cliffs, Bitter Creek-Willow 18 2 11/13–11/28
ley (new) Canceled Creek

112 Panguitch Lake, Parowan Front Primarily private land 100 12/8–12/31 505 Book Cliffs, Little Creek No vehicle access 27 3 10/9–10/21

113 Panguitch Lake, Summit- Primarily private land 50 10/9–10/21 506 Book Cliffs, San Arroyo 27 3 10/9–10/21
Paragonah 507 Cache 157 18 10/9–10/21
114 Paunsaugunt, Buckskin 50 12/8–12/19 508 Cache, Millville Face (1) Low success hunt 18 2 10/22–11/02
115 Paunsaugunt, Mt. Carmel-Kanab Primarily private land 25 11/24–12/2 509 Cache, Millville Face (2) Low success hunt 27 3 11/13–11/30
Creek (new)
510 Cache, Millville Face (3) Low success hunt 36 4 12/1–12/31
116 Pine Valley, East Bumblebee New boundary 100 10/28–11/7
511 Cache, Millville Muzzleloader Low success hunt 18 2 11/3–11/11
117 Pine Valley, Enterprise 100 8/2–8/20
512 Cache, Rich 45 5 11/20/10–1/31/11
118 San Juan, Montezuma Canyon 50 8/2–8/13,
9/18–9/26, & 513 Cache, Richards Hollow Low success hunt 13 2 10/9–10/21
10/2–10/20 514 Cache, Richmond-Hyde Park Low success hunt 45 5 11/20/10–1/31/11
119 South Slope, Ashley Valley-Deep Private land only; 100 9/11–12/26 515 Central Mountains, Central Manti 72 8 10/9–10/21
Creek Archery, muzzleloader and
shotgun only 516 Central Mountains, Ferron Canyon 72 8 10/9–10/21
120 South Slope, South Browns Park 50 12/18–12/26 517 Central Mountains, Gilluly 9 1 11/24/10–1/16/11
(new) 518 Central Mountains, Gordon Creek- 36 4 11/24–12/31
121 South Slope, Vernal/Red Fleet 40 12/18–12/26 Price Canyon
(new) 519 Central Mountains, Horn 81 9 11/24–12/31
122 Southwest Desert, Garrison 35 8/2–8/20 Mountain
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123 Zion, East (new) Primarily private land 50 11/24–12/2 520 Central Mountains, Milburn 45 5 8/2–8/15
124 Zion, Northwest Zion 100 10/28–11/7 521 Central Mountains, Mohrland- 36 4 11/24–12/31
Stump Flat
125 Zion, Southwest Zion (new) Primarily private land 50 10/28–11/7
522 Central Mountains, North Manti 225 25 10/9–10/21

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The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting. American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.

Antlerless elk hunts (continued) Antlerless elk hunts (continued)


Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE. Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE.
Permits Permits
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates
523 Central Mountains, Northwest 18 2 11/24/10–1/31/11 542 Kamas, Oakley (2) Limited access via 22 3 12/11/10–1/23/11
Manti private property
524 Central Mountains, Northwest 49 6 11/24/10–1/31/11 543 Kamas, West Hills Low success hunt, 49 6 10/9–10/31 &
Nebo primarily private land 11/6/10–1/23/11
525 Central Mountains, South Manti 36 4 10/9–10/21 544 La Sal, Dolores Triangle 18 2 12/11/10–1/31/11
526 Central Mountains, Southwest 18 2 11/24/10–1/31/11 545 La Sal, La Sal Mountains (1) 54 6 10/9–10/21
Nebo
546 La Sal, La Sal Mountains (2) 126 14 11/24–12/31
527 Central Mountains, West Manti 22 3 12/18/10–1/31/11
547 Monroe, Greenwich Limited vehicle ac- 18 2 10/9–11/2
528 Central Mountains, West Nebo 49 6 11/24/10–1/31/11 cess, small area
529 Chalk Creek, East Coalville Low success hunt, 54 6 12/25/10–1/30/11 548 Morgan-South Rich, East Lost Primarily private land, 54 6 10/9–10/27 &
primarily private land Creek excludes Henefer- 11/12/10–1/9/11
Echo WMA
530 Chalk Creek, North Low success hunt, 27 3 11/5–12/26
primarily private land 549 Morgan-South Rich, Henefer-Echo No vehicle access 81 9 12/4/10–1/9/11
WMA
531 Chalk Creek, Private Lands Private land only, low 27 3 10/9–10/31
success hunt 550 Morgan-South Rich, South Rich Primarily private land 54 6 10/9–10/27 &
11/12/10–1/9/11
532 Chalk Creek, South Low success hunt, 45 5 11/5–12/26
primarily private land 551 Morgan-South Rich, South Weber Primarily private land 9 1 12/11/10–1/9/11
533 East Canyon, Davis-North Salt Primarily private land 27 3 10/9–10/27 & 552 Morgan-South Rich, West Lost Primarily private land 45 5 10/9–10/27 &
Lake 11/20/10–1/9/11 Creek 11/12/10–1/9/11
534 East Canyon, Morgan Primarily private land 27 3 10/9–10/27 & 553 Mt. Dutton (1) Limited access, low 90 10 10/9–10/21
11/20/10–1/9/11 success hunt
535 East Canyon, Summit Primarily private land 9 1 10/9–10/27 & 554 Mt. Dutton (2) Limited access, low 270 30 12/4/10–1/31/11
11/20/10–1/9/11 success hunt
536 Fillmore, Oak Creek South Low success hunt (very 36 4 11/27–12/31 555 Mt. Dutton, Deep Creek (new) No vehicle access, low 90 10 11/22–12/3
low elk numbers) success hunt
537 Fillmore, Pahvant 90 10 10/9–10/21 556 Nine Mile, Range Creek (1) Low success hunt, 45 5 10/9–10/31
primarily private land
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538 Fillmore, Pahvant South Boundary change 81 9 11/27–12/31
557 Nine Mile, Range Creek (2) Low success hunt, 270 30 11/24–12/31
539 Henry Mountains Low success hunt 7 1 10/9–10/21 primarily private land
540 Kamas, Francis Limited access via 18 2 11/6/10–1/23/11 558 Nine Mile, Range Creek (3) Low success hunt, 315 35 1/1/11–1/31/11
private property primarily private land
541 Kamas, Oakley (1) Limited access via 13 2 11/6–12/5 559 Nine Mile, West Anthro (1) Limited access via 148 17 12/4–12/19
private property tribal lands

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The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting. American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.

Antlerless elk hunts (continued) Antlerless elk hunts (continued)


Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE. Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE.
Permits Permits
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates
560 Nine Mile, West Anthro (2) Limited access via 153 17 1/1/11–1/14/11 580 Plateau, Fishlake-Thousand Lakes 315 35 10/9–10/21
tribal lands (1)
561 Nine Mile, West Anthro (3) (new) Limited access via 148 17 1/15/11–1/31/11 581 Plateau, Fishlake-Thousand Lakes 405 45 11/22–12/12
tribal lands (2)
562 North Slope, Greendale 27 3 10/9–10/21 582 Plateau, Fishlake-Thousand Lakes
(3) Canceled
563 North Slope, Henrys Fork-Burnt 9 1 11/6–12/5
Fork (1) 583 San Juan 90 10 11/24–12/31
564 North Slope, Henrys Fork-Burnt 22 3 12/11/10–1/23/11 584 San Juan, East of US-191 Primarily private land 45 5 8/2–8/18,
Fork (2) 9/18–9/26 &
11/24–12/31
565 North Slope, Manila-Phil Pico Primarily private land, 27 3 11/13/10–1/31/11
limited access 585 San Juan, North Elk Ridge 45 5 10/9–10/21 &
11/24–12/31
566 North Slope, Three Corners (1) Public land 22 3 10/16–10/21
586 San Rafael, North Low success hunt 22 3 10/30/10–1/31/11
567 North Slope, Three Corners (2) Public land 40 5 11/20–11/30
587 South Slope, Arcadia Primarily private land 27 3 12/1–12/31
568 North Slope, Three Corners (3) Public land 40 5 12/18–12/31
588 South Slope, Diamond Mountain Primarily private land 112 13 11/6–11/21
569 North Slope, Three Corners (4) Public land 40 5 1/15/11–1/31/11 (1)
570 North Slope, West Daggett (1) Muzzleloader only, 27 3 9/29–10/7 589 South Slope, Diamond Mountain Primarily private land 112 13 12/18–12/31
public land (2)
571 North Slope, West Daggett (2) Muzzleloader only, 27 3 11/3–11/11 590 South Slope, Diamond Mountain Primarily private land 45 5 1/15/11–1/31/11
public land (3)
572 Ogden, South Cache Primarily private land 9 1 1/1/11–1/31/11 591 South Slope, Little Mountain- 45 5 11/13–11/30
573 Ogden, South Primarily private land, 9 1 1/1/11–1/31/11 Buckskin Hills (1)
excludes Middle Fork 592 South Slope, Little Mountain- 45 5 12/1–12/31
WMA Buckskin Hills (2)
574 Oquirrh-Stansbury 54 6 11/20–12/31 593 South Slope, Little Mountain- 45 5 1/1/11–1/31/11
575 Pine Valley Low success hunt (very 13 2 11/8–12/31 Buckskin Hills (3)
low elk numbers) 594 South Slope, Vernal-Blue Moun- Muzzleloader only 90 10 9/29–10/7
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576 Plateau, Boulder 405 45 11/22–12/12 tain (1)
577 Plateau, Boulder, Circle Cliffs Low success hunt, 27 3 11/22–12/19 595 South Slope, Vernal-Blue Moun- 135 15 10/9–10/21
limited vehicle access tain (2)
578 Plateau, Boulder-Salt Gulch (1) Low success hunt, 45 5 8/2–10/15 596 South Slope, Vernal-Blue Moun- Muzzleloader only 90 10 11/3–11/11
limited vehicle access tain (3)
579 Plateau, Boulder-Salt Gulch (2) Low success hunt, 45 5 10/16/10–1/31/11
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The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting. American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.

Antlerless elk hunts (continued) Antlerless elk hunts (continued)


Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE. Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless elk preference point code is ANE.
Permits Permits
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res./Nonres. Season dates
597 South Slope, Yellowstone (1) 162 18 10/9–10/21 615 Wasatch Mountains, Diamond 18 2 12/18/10–1/31/11
Fork (2)
598 South Slope, Yellowstone (2) Muzzleloader only 90 10 11/3–11/11
616 Wasatch Mountains, East Heber 18 2 11/6/10–1/31/11
599 South Slope, Yellowstone (3) 108 12 11/13–12/11
617 Wasatch Mountains, Park City 18 2 11/6/10–1/31/11
600 Southwest Desert Excludes Indian Peaks 157 18 11/13–12/17
WMA 618 Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake 36 4 12/18/10–1/31/11
601 Wasatch Mountains, Alpine 18 2 11/6/10–1/31/11 619 Wasatch Mountains, Springville 18 2 11/6–12/17
(1)
602 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 90 10 10/9–10/21
(1) 620 Wasatch Mountains, Springville 18 2 12/18/10–1/31/11
(2)
603 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin Muzzleloader only, 63 7 11/3–11/11
(2) low success hunt 621 Wasatch Mountains, Strawberry 40 5 10/9–10/21
604 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 36 4 11/13–11/30 622 Wasatch Mountains, Timpanogos 22 3 11/6–12/17
(3) (1)
605 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 27 3 12/1–12/15 623 Wasatch Mountains, Timpanogos 22 3 12/18/10–1/31/11
(4) (2)
606 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 27 3 12/16–12/31 624 Wasatch Mountains, Wallsburg (1) 18 2 11/6–12/17
(5)
625 Wasatch Mountains, Wallsburg (2) 18 2 12/18/10–1/31/11
607 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 45 5 1/1/11–1/11/11
(6) 626 Wasatch Mountains, West Heber 9 1 11/6/10–1/31/11

608 Wasatch Mountains, Avintaquin 45 5 1/21/11–1/31/11 627 Wasatch Mountains, West 90 10 10/9–10/27
(7) 628 West Desert, Deep Creek (1) 9 1 8/2–8/15
609 Wasatch Mountains, Currant 270 30 10/9–10/21 629 West Desert, Deep Creek (2) 9 1 10/9–12/31
Creek (1)
630 West Desert, Vernon (new) Low success hunt 13 2 10/9–10/21
610 Wasatch Mountains, Currant Muzzleloader only 45 5 11/3–11/11
Creek (2) 631 Zion (1) Primarily private 180 20 10/2–10/27
land, excludes Zion
611 Wasatch Mountains, Currant 135 15 11/13–11/30 National Park
Creek (3)
632 Zion (2) Primarily private 90 10 11/8–12/31
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612 Wasatch Mountains, Currant Primarily private land 45 5 12/1–12/31 land, excludes Zion
Creek, South of US-40 (1) National Park
613 Wasatch Mountains, Currant Primarily private land 45 5 1/1/11–1/31/11
Creek, South of US-40 (2)
614 Wasatch Mountains, Diamond 18 2 11/6–12/17
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The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property, Native
American trust lands or other excluded areas. Hunters must research land accessibility before hunting.
CWMU antlerless deer hunts
Antlerless deer hunting may occur on CWMUs from 8/16/2010 to 12/31/2010. Hunters are encouraged to
Doe pronghorn hunts contact the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates
Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The doe pronghorn preference point code is ANP. and other rules for individual CWMUs. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply.

Permits Public
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res. /Nonres. Season dates Hunt # Hunt name County permits Operator Phone
880 Cache, North Rich 54 6 9/11–9/21 131 Alton Kane 25 (2 Doe) Wade Heaton 435-648-2029
881 Mt. Dutton/Paunsaugunt, Johns New boundary 67 8 10/1–10/15 132 Heaston East Salt Lake 12 (2 Doe) Terry Thatcher 801-599-9133
Valley 133 Junction Valley Box Elder 10 (2 Doe) Gary Webb 801-836-8411
882 North Slope, Lucerne Point Muzzleloader only 20 2 11/3–12/31
883 North Slope, Summit 5 0 9/18–9/26
884 Pine Valley, Beryl Junction (1) Primarily private land; 18 2 8/2–8/20 CWMU antlerless elk hunts
Excludes Enterprise Antlerless elk hunting may occur on CWMUs from 8/16/2010 to 1/31/2011. Hunters are encouraged to contact
City limits the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates and
other rules for individual CWMUs. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply.
885 Pine Valley, Beryl Junction (2) Primarily private land; 18 2 10/1–10/15
Excludes Enterprise Public
City limits Hunt # Hunt name County permits Operator Phone
886 Plateau Canceled 700 Bar J Ranch Sevier 6 Greg Simonsen 801-328-0266
887 Plateau, Valley Area 45 5 8/2–8/20 701 Bastian Ranch Weber 1 Jay Anderson 801-479-0123
888 Southwest Desert, Milford Flat (1) Primarily private land 36 4 8/2–8/20 702 Bear Mountain Sanpete 15 Darick Mower 801-362-1157
889 Southwest Desert, Milford Flat (2) Primarily private land 27 3 10/1–10/15 703 Bear Spring Morgan/Weber 2 Justin Richins 435-655-5484
704 Big Mountain Morgan/Sum- 13 Mike Macfarlane 801-467-2003
mit
Antlerless moose hunts
Use the 3-digit hunt number to apply. The antlerless moose bonus point code is ANM. 705 Boobe Hole Sevier 10 Kurtley Peterson 435-896-5856
Permits 706 Broadmouth Weber 5 Garet Jones 801-814-6261
Hunt # Hunt name Hunt information Res / Nonres Season dates 707 Cedar Canyon Morgan 20 Bud Keyes 435-336-5856
930 Chalk Creek, Private Lands 2 0 9/10–9/26 & 708 Coldwater Ranch Cache 10 Jake Peterson 435-752-1967
10/9–10/21
709 Conover-Jensen Carbon 6 Gil Conover 435-384-2221
931 Kamas 2 0 9/10–9/26 &
10/9–10/21 710 Coyote Little Pole Wasatch 36 David Cummings 435-783-3022
932 North Slope, Henrys Fork-Burnt 5 0 9/10–9/26 & 711 Crab Creek Utah 3 Kelly Freeman 480-703-3437
Fork 10/9–10/21
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933 North Slope, West Summit 9 1 9/10–9/26 &
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CWMU antlerless elk hunts (continued) CWMU antlerless elk hunts (continued)
Antlerless elk hunting may occur on CWMUs from 8/16/2010 to 1/31/2011. Hunters are encouraged to contact Antlerless elk hunting may occur on CWMUs from 8/16/2010 to 1/31/2011. Hunters are encouraged to contact
the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates and the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates and
other rules for individual CWMUs. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply. other rules for individual CWMUs. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply.
Public Public
Hunt # Hunt name County permits Operator Phone Hunt # Hunt name County permits Operator Phone
712 Deseret Morgan/Rich/ 220 Rick Danvir 435-793-4203 734 Missouri Flat Millard/Sevier 18 Jed Wayment 435-336-4146
Weber
735 Moon's Ranch Duchesne 15 Tom Giles 435-848-5002
713 Double Cone Box Elder 20 Boyd Warr 435-747-7396
736 Preston Nutter Ranch Carbon 30 Blair Eastman 435-653-2661
714 Durst Mountain Morgan 20 John Hansen 801-540-2000
737 Redd Ranches Grand/San Juan 25 David Redd 435-459-4930
715 East Fork Chalk Creek Summit 12 Calvin Haskell 801-298-0350
738 Roan Cliffs Carbon 10 Todd Hinkins 435-748-5304
716 Emma Park Carbon/Duch- 23 Randy Eames 435-563-5316
esne/Utah 739 Scofield Canyons Carbon/Utah 10 Devon Ivie 801-225-3082

717 Ensign Ranches Morgan/Rich/ 60 Travis Murphy 801-731-2460 740 Scofield East Carbon 14 Dennis Beardall 801-489-9840
Weber 741 Scofield West Carbon/Utah 18 Jared Brown 801-629-3002
718 Folley Ridge Morgan 5 John Hansen 801-540-2000 742 SJ Ranch Cache 6 Rick Johnson 435-946-3407
719 Grass Valley/Clark Summit 20 Daniel Richins 801-510-5847 743 Skull Crack Morgan/Weber 10 Clint Menke 801-389-2006
Canyon
744 Soldier Summit Carbon/Utah/ 26 Shayne Ford 801-376-8651
720 Grazing Pasture Sevier 8 Ben Peterson 435-632-3544 Wasatch
721 Grouse Creek Box Elder 6 Shorty Williams 435-747-7374 745 South Canyon Box Elder/Cache 5 Jed Wayment 435-336-4146
722 Guildersleeve Morgan 8 Mike Morgan 435-901-1805 746 Spring Creek/Dodge San Juan 53 Kurt Lewis 435-587-2113
723 Hardscrabble Davis/Morgan/ 11 Fred John 801-540-3733 747 State Corner Summit 10 Greg Bird 801-310-4962
Salt Lake
748 Strawberry Ridge Cache/Rich 5 Tom Land 801-791-6551
724 Heaston East Salt Lake 24 Terry Thatcher 801-599-9133
749 Summit Point San Juan 30 Owen Poole 435-587-2850
725 Hell Canyon Morgan 25 Kim Bonnett 801-785-5050
750 Three C Wasatch 12 Jerry Christensen 435-654-1819
726 Hiawatha Carbon/Emery 8 Ash Jenkins 801-561-9020
751 Twin Peaks/Goose Box Elder 4 Milt Oman 435-747-7355
727 J.B. Ranch Grand/San Juan 15 J. P. Zachry 210-554-4500 Creek
728 Jacob's Creek Davis/Morgan 5 Justin Richins 435-655-5484 752 Two Bear Summit 12 Kim Rolfe 801-255-6710
729 Johnson Mountain Sevier 20 Bob Thomas 619-722-1226 753 Wallsburg Wasatch 15 Shayne Ford 801-376-8651
Ranch
754 Weber Florence Creek Summit 20 Steve Woolsten- 435-640-9254
730 Little Red Creek Wasatch 22 Gary Stringham 801-380-1055 hulme
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731 Lone Tree Taylor Hollow Morgan/Sum- 5 Kirt Richins 435-336-4118 755 Woodruff Creek South Rich 5 Ryan Foutz 801-243-9882
mit
732 Middle Ridge Rich 4 Orson & Louisa 435-793-4247
Cornia
733 Minnie Maud Ridge Carbon/Duch- 20 Lonnie Billeter 801-572-6579
esne

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CWMU Doe pronghorn hunts
Doe pronghorn hunting may occur on CWMUs from 9/1/2010 to 10/31/2010. Hunters are encouraged to contact
the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates and
other rules for individual CWMUs. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply.
Public
Hunt # Hunt name County permits Operator Phone
890 Allen Ranch Utah 4 Brett Baum 801-367-0280
891 Black Point Millard 3 Wade Lemon 435-795-2299
892 Deseret Morgan/Rich/ 63 Rick Danvir 435-793-4203
Weber
893 Mountain Organic Box Elder 2 Matt Beed 208-280-2580
894 Rabbit Creek Rich 3 Clint Cornia 435-881-3913
895 Strawberry Ridge Cache/Rich 2 Tom Land 801-791-6551
896 Taylor Farms Box Elder 2 Roger Olsen 435-230-0371
897 Westlake Utah 11 Shayne Ford 801-376-8651
898 Zane Iron 3 Matthew Wood 435-586-3159

CWMU antlerless moose hunts


Antlerless moose hunting may occur on CWMUs from 9/1/2010 to 10/31/2010. Hunters are encouraged to
contact the operator of the CWMU prior to applying, in order to obtain specific information regarding hunt dates
and other rules for individual CWMUS. Use the three-digit hunt number to apply.
Public
Hunt # Hunt Name County permits Operator Phone
950 East Fork Chalk Creek Summit 1 Calvin Haskell 801-298-0350
951 Ensign Ranches Morgan/ 1 Travis Murphy 801-731-2460
Rich/Weber
952 Grass Valley/Clark Canyon Summit 2 Daniel Richins 801-510-5847
953 State Corner Summit 1 Greg Bird 801-310-4962
954 Two Bear Summit 1 Kim Rolfe 801-255-6710
955 Weber Florence Creek Summit 1 Steve Woolstenhulme 435-640-9254
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Where are my boundaries?


A boundary description will be printed on all If you obtain a CWMU permit, you should
general-season antlerless permits. You’ll also find contact the CWMU owner or operator for a map
detailed maps and boundary descriptions online. and boundary description. You can also visit
Visit wildlife.utah.gov/maps to download and wildlife.utah.gov/cwmu to print a map and to
print your boundaries today. view other information about the CWMU.

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