Elk-control permits available

Utah Admin. Rule R657-5-33

During the 2013 season, the Division wants hunters to harvest as many antlerless elk as possible from 10 of Utah's hunting units:

If you obtained a permit (including general season) to harvest a buck, bull or once-in-a-lifetime species on any of the above units (not including CWMUs), you have the option of purchasing an antlerless elk-control permit.

The elk-control permit allows you to harvest an antlerless elk in the same unit where you'll already be hunting an antlered big game animal. You may hunt the antlerless elk only during the season dates—and with the same weapon—listed on your buck, bull or once-in-a-lifetime permit.

If you will be hunting buck deer and antlerless elk at the same time, please visit wildlife.utah.gov/maps to verify your boundaries for the elk portion of the hunt. You may only hunt antlerless elk on certain areas within the following buck deer units:

If you will be hunting bull elk (either limited-entry or general-season) and antlerless elk at the same time, please visit wildlife.utah.gov/maps to verify your boundaries for the antlerless elk portion of the hunt. You may only hunt antlerless elk on certain areas within the following bull elk unit:

To obtain an antlerless elk-control permit, please visit a license agent or any Division office.

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