Bull Elk

Each year the state of Utah issues us so many landowner tags; per given amount of acres that land owners own, these landowner tags are issued for deer and elk only.We are currently sold out of our กฏ05 bull elk tags, but we are taking deposits for our กฏ06 permits, we require a 50% min. deposit up front, then the rest of the amount due by June 1 prior to your actual hunt. These tags go quick, so send your deposit early!!!

We offer a 5 day hunt with one guide per client. On our ranch you will be pleased to see large quantities and quality of Bull Elk. Clients average 98% harvest success with some customers passing up bulls 300+, while looking for that bull of a lifetime!!! We generally take bulls scoring 285 to 340 and most averaging 320. In any given 5 day period we figure that a person may view as many as 40 different bulls, pretty easy.

Landowner tag Bull Elk Hunt Rates per person
5 day 1x1 hunt - $11,000.00

2010 Tentative Hunt Dates
Bull Elk Hunts
Archery: Aug. 21-Sept. 17
Any Weapon Early: Sept. 18-Sept. 26
Any Weapon Late: Oct.9-Oct.21
Muzzleloader: Sept.29-Oct.7

2010 Tentative License Fees - Resident/Non-Resident
Bull Elk - $280/$795
-Tentative permits must be purchased through the DWR prior to the hunt.

Landowner tag Bull Elk Hunts Include: Lodging and meals in our campers or cabins, landowner tag, guiding, skinning, and trophy care.
Quality, taxidermy is available with a recommended taxidermist.

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Division of Wildlife Resorces