This outfitter, with 21 years in the business, specializes in taking trophy mountain lion out of the Bookcliffs and LaSal Mountains of Eastern Utah. Success on this hunt runs nearly 100% with some record book cats taken each year. This hunt takes place from mid December thru March which gives a hunter a chance to hunt big game when most other seasons are closed.
Mule deer and elk numbers are exceptional, in this outfitters area, due to Utah’s limited entry program teamed with several mild winters. Muley bucks coming out of these areas usually range from 24 to 30 inches. The Bookcliffs bulls are hunting during the September rut with most hunters having a chance to take a 6x6. The draw deadline for these hunts is mid January. If you draw one of these tags you won’t be disappointed.
Antelope hunts provide plenty of action with 100 plus animals seen daily. This fun hunt give you a good opportunity to harvest a nice buck. This outfitters tent camps are clean and comfortable with the meals hearty and home cooked. 4x4 trucks and ATV’s are the primary means of transportation in the hunting areas.
This outfitter offers quality, guided elk hunts in southeastern Utah. Their ranches are involved in the Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) program, which is a coordinated effort between the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and private land owners. This unique program allows hunters a season from September 1st to October 31st, where any weapon may be used. You can expect to see plenty of elk with very little hunting pressure. The two ranches they hunt consist of over 45,000 acres of private land. Hunters will stay in a comfortable lodge with all meals provided.
This Utah outfitter offers premier trophy elk hunts in areas that consist of completely private property. Over the years thier success rates have averaged 85% for elk. They harvest many top end bull elk in the 350-400 class. Rifle and archery hunts are available and equally effective. Elevations are from 5,500 to 9,000 feet, with a variety of terrain from low sage brush and juniper areas to quaking aspen and Douglas fir pockets. Utah has tags in the CWMU program that mean they are guaranteed. If you are looking for trophy class elk, look closely at Utah.