Updated: February 8, 2016, 12:12 pm
Basic hunting or combination licenses are required to apply for bonus points or preference points.
Basic hunting or combination licenses are required for additional permits — Read more
In addition to accepting applications for big game permits, the Division of Wildlife Resources also accepts applications for bonus points and preference points. Bonus points and preference points give hunters who won't be hunting this year a better chance at obtaining a permit next year.
Just like big game permits, you must have a valid Utah hunting or combination license before you can apply for a point.
Residents can buy a hunting license for $26. For $4 more, hunters can choose a combination license, which also allows you to fish.
You can purchase a hunting or combination license online. You can also obtain a license from DWR offices and more than 350 hunting license agents across Utah.
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