FAQs
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What can I expect for lodging?

Answer
We offer full-service lodges and camp trailers, where you will be served breakfast, dinner and provided with a sack lunch for mid-day or return to camp for lunch. You are responsible for weapon of choice, hunting clothes, personal effects and transportation to and from Vernal, UT.

We limit our camps to avoid overcrowding but still allow for plenty of camaraderie. Practice targets will be available to keep you tuned up for that chance at a trophy.


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What should I tip my guide?

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This is always a sensitive question, but one we get all of the time. Industry standard is 10-20%.


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What are Landowner and/or Conservation Tags?

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First off, both provide access to tags without drawing the tag in the Utah draw. These tags are different however. Each year the state of Utah issues us so many landowner tags, per given amount of acres that land owner owns, these landowner tags are issued for deer and elk only. Conservation tags are issued by the state of Utah to non-profit organizations in the state (SFW, MDF, RMEF and others). These tags are donations to these organizations and they can resell them. Since purchasing them from a non-profit organization, these tags an be a tax write off and the price can be considered a donation. Please contact your accountant for exact details on the tax options these tags provide. General prices can be found our deer and elk pages. If interested in these type of tags, please Contact Us for availability and questions.


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What should I expect regarding taking care of my meat, cape and taxidermy?

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We will bone your meat or get your carcass off of the mountain. We will cape your animal and clean up the horns. You will be responsible for final care of the meat and any taxidermy work you wish to be performed. We work with several of both in the Vernal area and can assist you with other arrangements if needed.


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What should I wear and what else should I bring?

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Each hunt can be different depending on the season. Please refer to our Western Hunting Page for complete details on each hunt.


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How far should I be able to shoot?

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You should be very familiar your weapon. When you contact us about your hunt we will discuss shooting distances and scenarios.