Hunt tables, maps and boundaries

Hunt 4044: Antlerless elk

Monroe/Mt Dutton/Plateau

Season dates

11-17-2014 to 1-31-2015

  • Nonresident permits: Yes
  • Resident permits: 135
  • Nonresident permits: 15
  • Total permits: 150

New hunt; This boundary overlaps with another antlerless elk hunt

Species: Antlerless elk

Weapon: Any legal weapon

Monroe/Mt Dutton/Plateau


Garfield, Piute, Sevier and Wayne counties--Boundary begins at US-89 and I-70 near Sevier; south on US-89 to SR-12; east on SR-12 to the Burr Trail at Boulder; east on this trail to the Notom road; north on this road to SR-24; east on SR-24 to the Caineville Wash road; north along the Caineville Wash road to the Cathedral Valley road; west on the Cathedral Valley road to Rock Springs Bench and the Last Chance Desert road; north on the Last Chance Desert road to the Blue Flats road; north and east on the Blue Flats road to the Willow Springs road; north on the Willow Springs road towards Windy Peak and the Windy Peak road; west on the Windy Peak road to SR-72; north on SR-72 to I-70; west and south on I-70 to US-89 near Sevier. EXCLUDES an area around Lyman and the agricultural fields beginning in Loa at the junction of SR-72 and SR-24; north and east on SR-72 to the Highline Irrigation Canal; south along this canal to Bicknell and SR-24; west on SR-24 to 2860 S (Big Rocks road); north and west on this road to Loa and the junction of SR-72 and SR-24. EXCLUDES ALL NATIVE AMERICAN TRUST LANDS WITHIN THIS BOUNDARY. EXCLUDES ALL NATIONAL PARKS. EXCLUDES ALL CWMUs. USGS 1:100,000 Maps: Beaver, Loa, Richfield, Salina Escalante, Panguitch. Boundary questions? Call the 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.