Applications for big game hunt being accepted
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Now is the time to apply for big game hunt permits.            Photo courtesy of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
Now is the time to apply for big game hunt permits. Photo courtesy of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
It might be the middle of winter, but it’s time to apply for a permit to hunt big game animals in Utah this fall.

To be included in the draw for permits, a hunter’s application must be received no later than 11 p.m. on March 7. Hunters can apply for a permit at

Applications are being accepted for every big game hunt except the general-season bull elk hunt. General-season elk permits will be available, on a first-come, first-served basis, starting July 16.

Everything hunters need to know to apply for a permit is available in the 2019 Utah Big Game Application Guidebook.

Hunters can get the free guidebook at, at Division of Wildlife Resources offices and from more than 300 hunting and fishing license agents across Utah.

For more information about applying for a 2019 Utah big game hunting permit, call the Utah Hunt Application office at 1-800-221-0659 or the nearest Division of Wildlife Resources office.

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