Deseret CWMU State Doe Pronghorn
2019 DESERET Doe Pronghorn HUNTING INFORMATION
If you're a Utah resident, you can obtain a Deseret CWMU doe pronghorn permit by applying through the public drawing. If you are a NON-RESIDENT you cannot apply for a CWMU permit through the public drawing. You can, however, purchase a permit directly from Wild Country Outfitters for the Deseret CWMU. To learn more about Utah's CWMU program click HERE.
Meeting location: Main ranch/The tent in Woodruff, UT
Meeting Information: Every hunter is required to check in before they start hunting. Every hunter is also required to check out before leaving. Even if an animal is not harvested, we still need to know that you are off the CWMU.
September 19th-21st (Thursday-Saturday)
You are welcome to come as few or as many days as you wish from the selected dates
These are the only hunt dates available for the doe pronghorn hunt, unless a guided hunt is purchased. The cost is $200 per day and we can bring you anytime from September 23rd-October 31st. (Excluding Sundays)
We recommend you give yourself multiple days to try to harvest a doe pronghorn
Check-in time: 6:30 am
Meals/Lodging: Not provided
You are welcome to camp at designated areas on the ranch. You are welcome to bring a camp trailer or tent.
You can camp only on the following nights: September 19th and 20th
There is no camping available on Deseret the night before the hunt or the on the night the hunt ends
Guest: Two guest is allowed per hunter
Only one vehicle is allowed per hunter. No exceptions.
ATVs, Side-by-Sides, Horses: Not allowed
Weapons allowed: Any legal weapon
You DO NOT need to call or inform us which days you are coming; just make sure to check in at the check-in station when you arrive. we will plan on seeing you at the check-in station in September.
To ensure a quality hunting experience for all public hunters all scheduling and inquiring must be done through Wild Country Outfitters Management (contact information at the bottom of this letter). Individual Wild Country Outfitter guides are NOT permitted to schedule hunts or deviate from the information in this letter.
Hunters may shoot only one animal. Once an animal has been wounded, hit, or blood has been drawn, that is your animal and you will NOT be able to harvest or shoot at another animal. Anyone found wounding or harvesting more than one animal will be dealt with civilly by DLL and/or turned over to Law Enforcement for destruction of wildlife charges with the State of Utah.