Utah Hunting Lodge
- All hunts are on private ground on over 600,000 acres spread between different ranches.
- Most of the ranches are in the CWMU program AKA Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit. As a result, you are able to obtain your tags directly from the outfitter without the hassle and worry of whether you will draw out or not.
- The ranches that are not enrolled CWMU program are in general season tag units. Ask about landowner tags.
- Opportunity rate is near 100% for rifle elk and mule deer hunters, and pushing 80% for bowhunters.
- Success rates for archery are 65% and rifle is 95+%.
- The average bucks taken on these Utah mule deer hunts are 160″+ with the chance at a real monster over 200″.
- The goal for elk hunters is a mature six point.
- The Utah CWMU mule deer hunts run from September 1 through October 31 (some hunts go on until November 10 as well).
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This Utah hunting lodge offers some of the best hunts available for elk and mule deer in the west. The lodge is five star, the chef is amazing and the hunting is top shelf. You can’t go wrong booking a hunt here.
Hunt elk and mule deer from a Five-Star hunting lodge.
Their Utah hunting lodge is located only 50 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport. It has seven bedrooms and six-baths with three levels and 6,000 square feet of rustic, western luxury. Amenities include a wrap-around deck with a commercial-style barbecue; flat screen tv’s with surround sound; wireless internet; a washer and dryer; air hockey, and foosball table; pool table; a large kitchen (with a full-time chef; and a dining room that can seat 26 people.
Also on the property are eight sleeping cabins, each with two beds and a separate bathroom; a stocked fishing pond; horses and stables; a 12-person hot tub; and a shooting range with targets from 100 to 600 yards.
Most of the ranches that they hunt are in Utah’s CWMU program (Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit).
As a result, you are able to obtain your tags directly from the outfitter without the hassle and worry of whether you will draw out or not. The ranches that are not enrolled CWMU program are in general season tag units.
If this hunt sounds great to you, contact us for pricing and availability.
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