Thursday, 29 November 2012 14:06
Hunters apply for next spring's limited-entry hunt starting on December 5.
A video interview with Jason Robinson, DWR upland game coordinator
Even though snow has barely touched the ground in some areas in Utah, one group of Utahns — the state's turkey hunters — are already preparing for next spring!
Applications to hunt wild turkeys during Utah's limited-entry hunt will be accepted starting Dec. 5. You can apply online.
Your application must be received no later than 11 p.m. on Dec. 27 to be entered in the drawing for permits.
The limited-entry hunt will be held in April. The following permits are available for each of the Division of Wildlife Resources' five regions:
Starting Dec. 5, you can apply for a permit to hunt wild turkeys in Utah next spring.
General statewide hunt
If you don't draw a limited-entry permit, don't pack your gun away — you can still hunt turkeys this spring.
Permits for Utah's general statewide hunt go on sale Feb. 21.
The general statewide hunt will be held in May.
More information about Utah's 2013 turkey hunting season is available in the 2012–2013 Utah Upland Game and Turkey Guidebook. The free downloadable guidebook is available at wildlife.utah.gov/guidebooks. You can pick up free printed guidebooks at DWR offices and hunting and fishing license agents across Utah.
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