Updated: October 7, 2016, 3:39 pm
If you're planning to hunt in Utah or just doing some research, this page is a good place to start. Utah has some great hunting opportunities, but knowing the ins, outs, procedures and regulations is important.
Information on specific kinds of hunts
Get quick, detailed information on hunting various animals.
Our hunting guidebooks contain the official rules, regulations, dates and other information regarding Utah hunting. If you're planning to hunt in Utah, you should read our guidebooks.
Hunt drawing applications
The number of hunters often exceed the number of permits available for many hunts. For these hunts, we conduct permit drawings. Apply online for hunt drawings and check drawing results.
Buy a hunting permit
Permits not allocated in hunt drawings are sold online, at retail outlets and at DWR offices. Most permits are available only at certain times during the year.
View our interactive map database for information on hunt units, CWMUs, Walk-in Access properties and Utah DWR lands.
People born after 1965 are required to complete a hunter education safety course before obtaining a hunting permit in Utah.
Reporting your hunt information is important. Harvest reporting may be mandatory—depending on the species that you hunt—even if you didn't harvest an animal.
Frequently asked questions
We receive many questions regarding hunting in Utah. We've answered several of the most frequently asked and placed them here.
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