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Utah's special youth elk season offers excellent rut hunting

Garret Simpson shows off his five-point bull.

When Hunts.Net Customer Frank Simpson had two sons draw special tags for Utah's September youth elk season, he called us for advice. Rich LaRocco of Hunts.Net arranged a private-land hunt at a price that Frank could afford for both sons. These pictures show the results. If you have daughters or sons in the 14- to 16-year-old category, be sure to apply in February for this hunt. Prices vary from about $2,500 to $5,000, depending on the ranch. The less expensive hunts take place on private or private-access land where hunters in September would have a good chance of taking a 4x4 to small 6x6 bull. The more expensive hunts typically occur in an area where a selective hunter would have a good chance at a nice 6x6. Call for details.

Brandon Simpson with his first bull elk.

Frank Simpson, second from right, can't help but flash a smile over Brandon's elk.

Garret's bull from another angle.

Hunt EK4505YO

Hunts Price
Bull elk, September hunt $2,500 to $4,995
Lodging

Method of hunting

Depends on the area hunted, varies from motel to wall tents to trailers to bunkhouse Spot and stalk, bugling
Licenses Area
License application deadline is Feb. 26. Only 14- to 16-year-old hunters may apply. Click here for latest prices.

Central to northern Utah, either private or private-access land

Trophy size Transportation
Excellent hunt for branched-antler bulls, the cheaper hunts are excellent for 4x4 to 5x5 bulls, and the more expensive hunts offer a good chance at a 6x6 with a possibility of a 300 to 350-class animal. Fly to Salt Lake City, rent a car to drive to the ranch, 90 to 180 minutes away

Another view of Brandon's bull.