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Combination elk/mule deer hunt on private ranches in southern Utah

Hunt EKMD4563SU

 Hunt Price/person, hunters per guide
Elk/mule deer combo, Sept. 25-29 $CALL
Trophy mule deer, Sept. 1-5 $CALL
Area  Lodging/meals
Southern Utah CWMU ranch about three hours of Salt Lake City. 20,000 private acres. Outfitter tents. Meals are included.
Hunter success Trophy size
Usually 100% on elk and close to that on deer. Bulls typically score 300 to 350 B&C, and bucks score 170 to 200.
Licenses Dates
Special CWMU permits are issued sold over the counter. Click here for latest tag prices. Sept. 25-29, 2009. Plan to arrive the day before your hunt begins and to leave the evening your hunt ends.
Travel Not included
Fly to Salt Lake City, rent a car for the three-hour drive to the ranch Hunting license and tags, taxidermy, butcher fees.

This fine combination hunts for elk and mule deer takes place on a private Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) ranch in southern Utah. Hunters on this trip typically takes bulls scoring 300 to 350 Boone and Crockett points and deer in the 170 to 200 class. The ranch is situated about three hours south of Salt Lake City.

You'll hunt wild elk and deer that are not constrained by game-proof fences. But due to low hunting pressure, the elk and deer have a chance to grow old enough to reach trophy size.

You'll stay in an outfitter tent and will reach the hunting areas by ATV. Hunting is by spotting and stalking.

Most hunters enjoy a lot of bugling action. The scenery is spectacular, and the leaves start to change colors during the September season, making this a wonderful time to be afield.

If you want to hunt deer alone, the best time is probably the first part of the season, Sept. 1-5. This hunt has produced some superb bucks, including several in the 180s, a 192 and a 202 typical.