Utah Hunting News

Utah DWR to Discuss Cougar and Bobcats
The number of cougars hunters take in Utah this season should be similar to the number taken over the past four seasons.
Utah Antler Shed Hunters Know Your Limits
As you're out gathering antlers that dropped off the heads of deer, elk and moose this past winter, please remember to leave one type of antler right where you found it.
Utah Gets Lead in Big Poaching Case
Acting on a tip received on the Utah Turn-in-a-Poacher (UTiP) hotline, DWR officers and Garfield County Sheriff's deputies served a search warrant on a home and shed in Panguitch on Saturday, May 23 and Monday, May 25.
Utah Increases Bull Elk and Pronghorn Permits
More bull elk and buck pronghorn permits will be available for hunts in Utah this fall.
Sportsman's Warehouse Files for Bankruptcy
On March 21, 2009 Sportsman's Warehouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Utah DWR Considers More Deer and Elk Permits
You might have a better chance at drawing a permit to hunt big game in Utah this fall.
5 Point Utah Bull Elk Shot and Left to Rot
A five-point bull elk was shot, hidden and left to rot in the Book Cliffs in east central Utah recently.
World Record Non-Typical Bull Elk Announced
The Boone and Crockett Club's recent announcement of a new World's Record elk has generated unprecedented news coverage as well as public craving for details about the giant bull.
RMEF Sends Letter to Pres. Obama Regarding Gray Wolves
President Obama this week will receive a letter initiated by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and 32 partner conservation organizations urging removal of federal protections for specific populations of gray wolves.
Utah Relocates 40 Bighorn Sheep
In mid-January, the Division of Wildlife Resources captured 40 Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep using a net gun fired from a helicopter.