Hunt tables, maps and boundaries

Hunt 2002: Antlerless deer

Monroe/Plateau, Sevier Valley

Season dates

9-1-2014 to 9-30-2014

Notes

Archery, muzzleloader and shotgun only


Permits

  • Nonresident permits: Yes
  • Total permits: 150

Species: Antlerless deer

Weapon: Archery

Weapon: Muzzleloader

Weapon: Shotgun


Monroe/Plateau, Sevier Valley


Description

Sevier County--Boundary begins at US-50/89 and Stone Quarry Road in Salina; northeast on this road to the Willow Creek road; east and north on this road to the Sevier-Sanpete county line; west on this county line to the Piute Canal; southwest along this canal to I-70; southwest on I-70 to Exit 23 and US-89; south on US-89 to the Denver/Rio Grand Western Railroad right-of-way; northeast along this right-of-way to the South Bend Canal; northeast along this canal to the Bertlesen Ditch (southeast of Monroe); east and northeast along this ditch to the Monroe Canyon road; west on this road approximately 300 feet to its intersection with two large power lines (running parallel, north/south, one of steel and one of wood construction--Utah Power Sigurd-Nevada power lines); north and northeast along these power lines, through the foothills east of Monroe and Annabella to Heppler’s Pond Road; north and east on this road to Sampson Lane; east on this lane to Main Street in Glenwood; north on Main St to Black Knoll Road; north on this road to SR-24; north on SR-24 to I-70; northeast on I-70 to Exit 56 and US-50/89; north on US-50/89 to Stone Quarry Road in Salina. This hunt is designed to remove resident deer from the private agricultural land of Sevier Valley. This hunt is comprised of all or largely private property. Hunters should acquire written permission from the landowner before applying for this hunt. Excludes all CWMUs. USGS 1:100,000 Maps: Manti, Richfield, Salina. Boundary questions? Call Cedar City office, 435-865-6100. This map is provided for general reference only and does not constitute a legal hunt boundary. The Division does not guarantee access to any private or public land. Hunt unit boundaries may include private property or other excluded areas.