Apply for hunts: You can apply for Utah’s 2021 big game hunts from Jan. 28 to March 4, 2021. The results of the big game drawing will be available on or before May 31, 2021.
Permits for sale that remain from the 2020 big game drawing. Remaining and over-the-counter permit sales will be done online only. These permits will not be available for purchase at Division offices or license agents on their respective sales day.
Apply for Utah’s most prized hunting permits . Long season dates and the ability to hunt almost every Utah hunting unit* make these permits the most prized permits offered to Utah’s public hunters. You may apply for as many or as few species as you wish. Each species will incur a $10 application fee.
Other animals that may be hunted in the state of Utah year round without a license are as follows; Raccoon, Striped Skunk, Red Fox, Jack Rabbit, Eurasian Collared Dove, and all squirrel except the Albert’s Squirrel. Thank you for contacting us!
The “ rule of first blood ” states that if two hunters each fire an arrow into an animal, the one who can claim the animal is the first to ____________________________________________ _________________________________________________. 1.
The last known grizzly bear in Utah was killed in 1923. The grave is in the Cache National Forest in Northern Utah and is marked with a grave stone, so this story is well documented. It may be possible for grizzly bears to return to Utah if they continue to increase and expand in Wyoming or Idaho.
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(u) ” Spike bull” means a bull elk which has at least one antler beam with no branching above the ears. Branched means a projection on an antler longer than one inch, measured from its base to its tip.
If you just want to kill a general-season elk , the spike-only Wasatch Mountains and Central Mountains units can be very good , with access via the Uinta National Forest and Manti-La Sal National Forest. For a general-season unit that allows any-bull harvest, consider the Pine Valley unit in southwest Utah .
(2)(a) A person may capture, transport, and kill or release a nuisance porcupine, striped skunk, or squirrel without obtaining a certificate of registration. (iii) in a location where it does not pose a risk to human health or safety, or create other conflict with humans, agriculture, or other animals.
Cost of Fishing Licenses in Utah
|Fishing License Type||Resident||Non-Resident|
|1-year fishing (age 14–17)||$16.00||$25.00|
|1-year fishing (age 18+)||$34.00||$75.00|
|Multi-year licenses||$33 per year (up to five years)||$74 per year (up to five years)|
|Year fishing (age 65+)||$25.00||–|