Trophy mule deer hunting in Utah on private ranches with GUARANTEED TAGS.
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. Get more information »
Mule deer hunting in Utah can be incredible, especially on private ground. The hard part is drawing a good tag, and we can take care of that problem. I’d love to help you book this hunt.” ~Marc Warnke
Mule Deer Hunting Season
These Utah CWMU mule deer hunts run from September 1 through October 31 (some hunts go on until November 10 as well).
Glassing, spot-and-stalk, and sitting waterholes. A typical days hunt will start out with breakfast, then you will hunt all morning and come back for lunch, and go out for the evening hunt. Some of these mule deer hunts are very physical, but some of them are “easy” as well. Let us know what kind of mule deer hunting in Utah you are looking for.
Trophy Quality and Success Rates
Opportunity rate is near 100% for rifle 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″.
This outfitter also is a leader in the long range shooting community and often trains clients to shoot out to 700-800 yards on their 1,000 yard shooting range.
Hunters will fly into SLC International Airport where they can either arrange pick up or rent a car.
Mule deer hunting in Utah with this outfitter generally includes four full hunting days, chef-prepared meals, lodging (5-star lodge, hotels, or tent camps depending on the hunt you choose), mountain transportation, and much more. Once you hunt with this outfitter, you will see why they have a hunter return rate of nearly 90 percent.