Posted Thursday, 31 October 2013 14:23
Harvest-objective permits go on sale Nov. 5, 2013
If you don't obtain a limited-entry cougar hunting permit this year, no problem — you can still hunt cougars in Utah.
Permits to hunt cougars on harvest-objective units go on sale Nov. 5.
Photo by Lynn Chamberlain
Permits to hunt on harvest-objective units go on sale Nov. 5.
What's a harvest-objective unit?
Judi Tutorow, wildlife licensing coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources, says there are three major differences between harvest-objective units and limited-entry units:
If an area closes early, that doesn't mean your cougar hunt is over. If the area you want to hunt closes, you can still hunt on any harvest-objective area in Utah that's still open to hunting.
Tutorow provides the following reminders:
For more information, call the nearest Division of Wildlife Resources office or the DWR's Salt Lake City office at 801-538-4700.
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