Bearpaw Outfitters offer guided and semi-guided Utah cow elk hunts, fill your freezer with lean, healthy, wild game meat. DIY Hunting Maps are also offered for D0-It-Yourself hunters who want to know where to hunt on their own.
Bearpaw Outfitters have guided hundreds of elk hunters over the last 40 years with an A+ Rating at the Better Business Bureau. Please see Reviews of past hunts.
The cow elk hunting areas are located in northern Utah within 2 or 3 hours drive of Salt Lake City, most areas have milder terrain than most other elk hunting areas.
Shot opportunity is usually high but dependent on weather conditions during the hunt. With normal weather patterns shot opportunity usually runs 80%-100%.
Guided hunts have 1 to 3 hunters per guide. Guide(s) will pick you up and return you each day to your motel, they will also field dress, skin, and pack out your game.
Semi-guided groups have 1 guide to show you where to hunt, you hunt on your own and field dress your own game, and the guide will pack out and skin your game.
A custom map for Do-it-yourself hunters showing hunts to do in at least 4 good cow elk hunting areas saving you much time and fuel. No other services are included.
Add 2nd Elk.......$600
DIY Hunt Map....$495
Application Fee ....... $10.00
General Season Tag $251.00
Private Lands Tag .. $318.00
Apply by Jun 18
(Bearpaw will help you apply)
Draw results are available by July 11, if you are not drawn there's options to hunt with private land tags or arrange an Idaho Cow Elk Hunt for about the same cost.
Lodging & meals are not included unless previously arranged and detailed on your Statement. Most hunters use local motels and restaurants at their own expense.
Bring personal gear and clothing for the weather forecast, a .257 caliber or larger rifle, and 400 square inches of hunter orange is required on your head & body.
Utah Cow elk seasons are available from August to January. Most years the best success occurs after late November with January often being the best hunting.
Guides use 4x4 vehicles, UTV's, snow machines, or horses to get into the hunt areas, they glass extensively to spot elk and then stalk if needed to get in range.
Utah has a lot of open country. Most rifle shots are 200 yards or further. Sight your rifle dead on at 200 yards and practice shooting out to 400 yards if possible.
Weather can vary greatly, late season can be very cold, early season can be hot, it is recommended to check the Weather forecast before leaving for your hunt.
It's important to be in the hunt area at first light, bring your lunch or we can go to a restaurant, hunt the evening until dark then return to your motel or camp.
Not Included: Personal gear, license fees, motels, meals, travel costs, taxidermy, meat processing, shipping fees, gratuities, any items not listed as included.
Dale, Daniel, and Nick will insure you have a fun and exciting hunt!
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