Elk hunting methods include glassing and
spotting, stalking, watching feeding areas, and
short hikes to glassing areas. Since many areas are easily accessed
using 4x4 vehicles, hunts can be arranged for
hunters with physical limitations if needed.
Elk Hunts: Shooting often runs 50% to 100%. If you
don't get a shot opportunity, we'll refund 50% of your
Utah Limited-Entry Elk:
Some of the best elk hunting in the world. Hunt
for 320 or better bulls, with 400+ class bulls
possible. Bearpaw Outfitters
have had 100% success on these hunts with all
past hunters. These are wild
free-ranging elk hunts with high success.
Elk: Hunters consistently see
270 to 360 class bulls on these ranches. Bearpaw
Outfitters hunters have had 100% success on
these hunts with past hunters. These are wild
Any Elk: These hunts
usually produce bulls from spikes to medium 6x6's. Shooting
opportunity is often 33% to 67%. Licenses available over the counter, can
be purchased later after you try to draw.
Hunts: Shooting usually runs 70% to 100% on
spikes and cows. Licenses are
available over the counter. This is a fun hunt
where two elk can be taken if you have two elk tags.
Licenses and Hunter Ed
Utah Bull Elk limited-entry applications
must be applied for in January and
General season tags are available over the
counter beginning in July until sold out. CWMU landowner tags are available until sold
out. Hunters need
Hunter Ed if born after Jan 1, 1965.
Hunting areas are
located throughout central and northern Utah. Most hunt
areas are only a 2 to 3 hour drive from Salt Lake City. Bow hunting
opens in August with rifle and muzzleloader hunts open until
Guided: Several guide ratios are offered that include accommodations,
guiding, and game care.
Semi-Guided: Get meals and hunting advice in camp, hunt on your own,
and get assistance with your game.
Several unguided options are offered
with various accommodations,
hunting advice, and maps.