“Almost” Guaranteed Utah Elk Tags
Utah Elk Hunting on Private Ranches with CWMU Guaranteed Tags
Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) Utah elk hunting during the rut on private ranches. This outfitter can guarantee you a Utah elk tag if you are unsuccessful in the draw.
This Utah Outfitter is one of our favorites, they carefully assess herd numbers to avoid excessive harvests, and allow for the natural maturation of trophy bulls in large numbers.
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This Outfitter has stewardship over more than 1.2 million acres of private land in Utah, Wyoming and Montana. This gives them a distinct advantage over other Utah elk hunting Outfitters as they can avoid excessive harvest which allows bulls to grow into trophies. This outfit is top shelf in everything they do.
This Utah and Wyoming elk hunting 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.
These Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit Utah elk hunts run from September 1 through October 31 or November 20 depending on the unit you hunt. These are typically full-day hunts with great food and lodging included. Most of their ranches are in the CWMU system, so you can get your tag directly from the Outfitter without having to deal with the draw. You are practically guaranteed a Utah elk tag if you book early.
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This outfitter has beautiful hunting lodges, and they run a 5 star camp with friendly, professional and organized staff. One ranch alone is 110,000 acres!
This 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.
Hunters will fly into SLC International Airport where they can either arrange pick up or rent a car.