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Elk*Deer
Western Wildlife Adventures, LLC
236-A W. East Ave
Suite 349
Chico, CA 95926
Office 866-748-1277
Cell 408-891-4928
           

We have joined forces with one of the most prolific trophy elk guides in the business. Doyle Moss has agreed to take care of our hunters in Utah that are looking for that special Bull Elk. We aren't just talking about Bulls, we are talking about Bulls ranging in size from 350-420 B&C! The hunt cost is expensive, but this represents one of the most outstanding Bull Elk hunts in the country! 2006 saw Doyle and his guys take 8 bulls over 400!

Deer
South Creek Outfitters, LLC
Gary Webb
Ph  01-836-8411
Fax 801-756-9735

Jim Sigg
Ph 801-566-0050
           
Hi, my name is Gary Webb. I am the owner of South Creek Outfitters. I am a Elk Hunting fanatic. I love to hunt and spend my off time with my children and family up in the mountains. Our commitment to our hunters, the fun they have, the success they enjoy and the comfortable camp, Keep them coming back year after year to hunt with us. Our knowledge of Elk hunting is unmatched and definitely gives us a competitive advantage. When you’re deciding which outfitter you will use for your next hunt, make sure you visit our testimonial page and remember that over 75% of our hunts are booked in advance by previous clients.
Elk*Deer*Bear*Bison*Cougar*Big Horn Sheep*Turkey*Predators
Sunrise Outfitting, Inc
140 N. 100 W.
Blanding, UT  84511
Ph 435-678-2838
           
Sunrise Outfitting, Inc. is a fully licensed guide service operating out of southeastern Utah, in San Juan County. Lloyd Nielson is the owner/operator of Sunrise, with the assistance of his wife, Sylvia. Sunrise Outfitting has been in business for sixteen years. I am a life-long native of this area, and have been exploring and hunting in San Juan County most of my life. I have been hunting in this area for 29 years, and have owned and trained my own dogs for over 18 years. I serve as a volunteer with the Emergency Medical Services, trained as an Intermediate EMT and am also a member of the Sheriff's Search and Rescue Team.
Elk*Deer*Moose*Pheasant
Park City Outfitters
Brandon Bertagnole
1295 Whileaway Road E.
Park City, UT 84098
Ph 866-649-3337
Ph 435-647-0677
        
The elk hunting in 2004 had a 80% success rate our best year yet. We have great deer hunting I consider our elk hunting average. Because of this we charge a trophy fee for elk, during the regular elk rifle season. You must purchase and book your deer hunt during the elk rifle season in order to hunt elk. Tired of seeing more orange than horns? Then come join Park City Outfitters hunting on our private ranch. The state of Utah guarantees us deer hunting tags (no lottery). The state also gives us an extended season starting September 15 to October 31. You also get to choose your weapon.
Mtn Lion*Buffalo*Mtn Goat*Elk*Deer*Moose*Big Horn Sheep*Antelo
Pines Ranch Outfitters
Scott Swenson
HC 13  Box 460
Fairview, UT 84629
Ph 801-873-3206
Fax 801-873-3369
           
Any unit you hunt, you are almost assured the opportunity of a shot at a 6x6 bull.  Some of the units in this state are producing some bulls scoring over 400 BC points.  On the average you should take home a bull that will score at least 315 or 320. These hunts are definitely worth the $5.00 to apply. Somebody's going to draw, why not you? Deadline for the draw is the end of January.  For the serious hunter, there are a few landowner and conservation tags for sale.
   
FISHING

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South Creek Outfitters, LLC
Gary Webb
Ph 801-836-8411
Fax 801-756-9735
        

Jim Sigg
Ph 801-566-0050
  
All of our hunts take place on private property in the North West corner of Utah in Box Elder County near Grouse Creek City. The property consists of over 23000+ acres of mule deer paradise. Rolling hills, Sage Brush flats, Alfalfa Fields, deep pine tree covered draws and peaks reaching above 8,500 feet describe the breath taking scenery of our property.

Park City Outfitters
Brandon Bertagnole
1295 Whileaway Road E.
Park City, UT 84098
Ph 866-649-3337
Ph 435-647-0677
           
We offer professionally guided Utah trips 12 months a year, on rivers, streams, and ponds near Park City. Whether you’re here playing golf in the summer, playing on the ski slopes during the winter or attending the Sundance film festival we have a great alternative for you. Come spend a day you won’t forget fly fishing with us.

Travel Adventures-Southern Utah
Jean Chaintreuil
125 Sully's Trail, Suite 1
Pittsford, NY 14534
Ph 585-360-1812

           
Utah's high mountain lakes, ponds and streams. Truly a "laid back" type of trip that can be tailored to the angler's desires. All walk and wade, however our guides will show you many of their "secret spots" that will offer exciting trips.

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Splore
880 East 3375 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Ph 801-484-4128
Fax 1-801-484-4177
          
Come and enjoy the unique wild-life, geology and history that are distinctive to this stretch of the Colorado River. This class II stretch begins near the town of Loma, Colorado, just outside of the Utah border. Ruby and Horsethief Canyon are home to numerous birds of prey including Golden and Bald Eagles, Red Tail Hawks and Peregrine Falcons.

Holiday Expeditions
544 E. 3900 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Ph 800-624-6323
Ph 801-266-2087
Fax 8801-266-1448
           
  
For 45 years, Holiday River Expeditions has provided trips to the West’s most spectacular places. We specialize in Colorado River trips, which encompass several different stretches of rivers throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountain states.

Action Whitewater Adventures
BOX 1634
Provo, Utah 84603
Ph 800 453-1482
Fax 801-375-4175
           
Join Action Whitewater Adventures and travel with Idaho’s premier Salmon River outfitter. Enjoy food and fun with family and friends for five magical days down the Grand Canyon of the Salmon River.

Rim Rock Adventures, LLC
Box 608
927 Hwy. 340
Fruita, Colorado 81521
Ph 888-712-9555
Ph 970-858-9555
Fax 970-858-9465
          
On the legendary Colorado River, often called a miniature Grand Canyon, our rafting trips are in stunningly beautiful wilderness canyons such as Westwater and Ruby/Horsethief Canyons. These popular destinations satisfy rafting enthusiasts and families alike, with for family adventures to challenging Class III and IV  rapids.

Tag-A-Long River & Wilderness Expeditions
452 North Main Street
Moab, UT 84532
Ph 800-453-3292
Ph 435-259-8946
Fax 435-259-8990
           
The poetry of a wild river canyon should never be spoiled by a clumsy or unprofessional rafting company. Tag-A-Long Expeditions takes pride in hosting exquisite Utah whitewater adventures. We approach your tour just as we approach the wilderness, with reverence and care.


Canyon Voyages Adventures
211 North Main
Moab, Utah 84532
Ph 1-800-733-6007
Ph 435-259-6007
           
Canyon Voyages Adventure Company, based in spectacular Moab UT, has offered unforgettable day and overnight Utah river, kayaking or canoe trips for 20 years. To help you get the most out of your Moab experience, we also offer the very best variety of multi-sport adventures such as guided 4x4 Hummer tours, hikes, mountain bike, horseback rides, canyoneering and rock climbing tours. For 'Do-It-Yourself' adventures (DIY) we can also provide high quality raft, kayak and canoe rental equipment.  

O.A.R.S.
Box 67
Angels Camp, CA 9522
Ph 800-346-6277
Ph 209-736-4677
Fax 209-736-2902
        
For a few precious weeks every year, Cataract Canyon on the Colorado River offers some of the biggest whitewater in North America. Once full to its rocky rims with high country run off, the Colorado River rips through southeastern Utah as it heads toward Lake Powell. Rafting on the Colorado River is at its most exciting once you reach the start of Cataract Canyon's twenty-six rapids.

Adventure Bound River Expeditions
2392 H Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Ph 800-423-4668
Ph 970-245-4328
  
Adventure Bound's whitewater and inflatable kayaking trips in Colorado and Utah are in beautiful remote wilderness areas of America. Since 1963, we have offered exceptional professionally-guided whitewater  trips on the Colorado River through Westwater Canyon, Cataract Canyon and Ruby Canyon.
   
Biking
O.A.R.S.
Box 67
Angels Camp, CA 9522
Ph 800-346-6277
Ph 209-736-4677
Fax 209-736-2902
            
 
Looking for a little insight into Utah hiking? Join O.A.R.S. for guided day hikes on the Colorado and Green rivers. Experience 14 days of, guided hiking in Canyonlands National Park, delicious riverside meals and camping on beautiful beaches. Guided hikes include side creeks, geologic oddities, historic sites and epic views. You may want to consider showing up early or staying a few days after your O.A.R.S. Utah vacation for some legendary mountain biking in Moab. This charming community is considered the "Mecca" for mountain bike enthusiasts. Bike until you are breathless and enjoy some suds at the Moab Brewery. If your tastes are more refined, try the Desert Bistro, approximately 1½ miles north of Moab’s town center.
Mountain Biking
Canyon Voyages Adventures
211 North Main
Moab, Utah 84532
Ph 800-733-6007
Ph 435-259-6007
           
Canyon Voyages Adventure Company, based in spectacular Moab UT, has offered unforgettable day and overnight Utah river, kayaking or canoe trips for 20 years. To help you get the most out of your Moab experience, we also offer the very best variety of multi-sport adventures such as guided 4x4 Hummer tours, hikes, mountain bike, horseback rides, canyoneering and rock climbing tours. For 'Do-It-Yourself' adventures (DIY) we can also provide high quality raft, kayak and canoe rental equipment.
Mountain Biking
Holiday Expeditions
544 E. 3900 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
P 800-624-6323
Ph 801-266-2087
Fax 8801-266-1448
           
A must in any mountain biker’s rites of passage is the White Rim Trail. Riding on a sandstone bench through a land called “Island in the Sky” you will pass Mussleman Arch, Monument Basin, Turks head, Candlestick Tower, and White Zion, Bryce, Canyonlands, Arches, Natural Bridges, Dinosaur, Capital Reef, Grand Staircase… in a state brimming with national parks, it’s easy to overlook another national treasure. Utah locals call it ‘THE SWELL’ a three thousand-foot fold of sandstone.
   
   
Hiking
Canyon Voyages Adventures
211 North Main
Moab, Utah 84532
Phone 1-800-733-6007
Pho 435-259-6007
           
Canyon Voyages Adventure Company, based in spectacular Moab UT, has offered unforgettable day and overnight Utah river, kayaking or canoe trips for 20 years. To help you get the most out of your Moab experience, we also offer the very best variety of multi-sport adventures such as guided 4x4 Hummer tours, hikes, mountain bike, horseback rides, canyoneering and rock climbing tours. For 'Do-It-Yourself' adventures (DIY) we can also provide high quality raft, kayak and canoe rental equipment.
Hiking
Holiday Expeditions
544 E. 3900
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Ph 800-624-6323
Ph 801-266-2087
Fax 8801-266-1448
           
Desolation Canyon has been home over the years to prehistoric Indians, frontiersmen, and even Butch Cassidy. Today, if you really want to get away for some family river rafting in an environment of green cottonwood groves, white sand beaches, and clear-water side streams, there’s no better place than the Desolation Canyon Green River Wilderness. The rapids are family sized and grow in size each day of the trip. Getting the family active in a paddle boat or inflatable kayak is easy to do in July and August.
Hiking
O.A.R.S.
Box 67
Angels Camp, CA 9522
Ph 800-346-6277
Ph 209-736-4677
Fax 209-736-2902
            
 
Looking for a little insight into Utah hiking? Join O.A.R.S. for guided day hikes on the Colorado and Green rivers. Experience 14 days of, guided hiking in Canyonlands National Park, delicious riverside meals and camping on beautiful beaches. Guided hikes include side creeks, geologic oddities, historic sites and epic views.You may want to consider showing up early or staying a few days after your O.A.R.S. Utah vacation for some legendary mountain biking in Moab. This charming community is considered the "Mecca" for mountain bike enthusiasts. Bike until you are breathless and enjoy some suds at the Moab Brewery. If your tastes are more refined, try the Desert Bistro, approximately 1½ miles north of Moab’s town center.
Journey Foundation Camps
Action Whitewater Adventures
BOX 1634
Provo, Utah 84603
Ph 800 453-1482
Fax 801-375-4175
         
 
Whether you enjoy riding in an oar raft, a large pontoon boat, an inflatable kayak, or you want a combination of options, we have the appropriate trip for you. Our huge variety of boats provides choices for the experienced rafter, as well as those new to the sport so that everyone can have a safe and fun river trip.
   
   
Horseback Rides
Canyon Voyages Adventures
211 North Main
Moab, Utah 84532
Ph 800-733-6007
Ph 435-259-6007
          
Canyon Voyages Adventure Company, based in spectacular Moab UT, has offered unforgettable day and overnight Utah river, kayaking or canoe trips for 20 years. To help you get the most out of your Moab experience, we also offer the very best variety of multi-sport adventures such as guided 4x4 Hummer tours, hikes, mountain bike, horseback rides, canyoneering and rock climbing tours. For 'Do-It-Yourself' adventures (DIY) we can also provide high quality raft, kayak and canoe rental equipment.
   
 
Nordic Skiing*Snowshoeing
Dog Sledding*Yurt Camping

Splore
880 East 3375 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
 Ph 801-484-4128
Fax 1-801-484-4177
           
Splore provides the resources for you to experience Nordic skiing along the Wasatch Front and Uinta mountains. Through our collaborative relationships with other local organizations, we are able to get you out on the snow!  Splore offers several overnight ski trips during the winter season. Meals are included in all overnight trips. Lodging is provided in either cabins located near the Solitude Nordic Center in Big Cottonwood Canyon or in yurts located in the Uinta Mountains.
   

Utah Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

The mule deer has a long history in Utah.  Bones from mule deer have been found in and around Indian dwellings and camps, with some dating back several  thousand years.  More recently, These ancient records tell us that mule deer occupied habitats adjacent to Utah’s rivers and streams, as well as other areas prone to periodic disturbance by flooding or fire. Major changes in habitat and deer populations can be directly tied to modern man’s activities.  As pioneers begansettling Utah in the mid 1800s, deer and other wildlife were hunted to supplement the settlers’ meager food supplies.  At that time, wildlife was hunted at all times of the year and byall methods.  As more land came under cultivation, agriculture and livestock replaced wild game as the primary source of food. The mule deer gets its name from the size of itsmule-like ears.  It is the smallest member of the deer family in Utah (the other two members being the elk and the moose).  The Rocky Mountain mule deer (O.h.hemionus) isthe largest of the mule deer, and the only subspecies found  in Utah.  Rocky Mountain mule deer stand three to three and a half feet tall at the shoulder, with bucks (males) usually weighing 125 to 250 pounds, though some may weigh as much as 400 pounds.  Does (females) usually weigh between 100 and 150 pounds.  During the winter, mule deer have a heavy, dark grey coat of long guard hairs covering adense under fur.  This is shed in the spring for a lighter reddish-tan coat.  Fawns are born with a light brown coat covered with numerous white spots. Mule deer living in areas of high snowfall, like Utah’s mountains, or in areas with drastically changing climates, like Utah’s deserts, will make seasonal migrations between winter and summer ranges. ood habits and habitat Deer are browsers, and rely on many different plants for their nutrition.  While shrubs and brush such as sagebrush, bitterbrush, mountain mahogany, cliffrose, rabbitbrush, scrub oak and willow make up a major part of their diet, mule deer will eat a variety of plants.  In fact, researchers have documented Rocky Mountain mule deer feeding on close to 800 different plant species. Studies of mule deer during these lean times show that an adult deer may lose up to 20 percent of its body weight under these conditions, and that mule deer may spend up to six months out of every year on this type of low quality diet.  Ultimately, winter survival depends on the weather, stored fat reserves, and the deer individual ability to conserve precious energy.

Utah Hunting Outfitters and Guides Elk Facts

The American Elk was first named by early English colonists. Elk were once found over most of the United States and southern Canada, but elk hunters have killed so many of them that they survive only in regions west of the Rocky Mountains. The largest elk herds live in Yellowstone Park, on Montana's Sun River, and in Washington's Olympic Mountains. They are also plentiful on most mountain ranges in Utah. A member of the deer family, the elk lives in close association with the deer and moose throughout much of Utah. Only the male elk carry antlers. They can spread more than 5 feet. Elk antlers grow during the summer and are shed in the late winter. The cows (female elk) are smaller than the male and do not have antlers. Mature bull elk stand up to 60 inches at the shoulder and may weigh over 700 pounds. When alarmed, elk raise their heads high, open their eyes wide, move stiffly and rotate their ears to listen If a harem cow wanders, a bull elk stretches his neck out low, tips up his nose, tilts his antlers back and circles her Elk threaten each other by curling back their upper lip, grinding their teeth and hissing softly Agitated elk hold their heads high, lay their ears back and flare their nostrils, and sometimes even punch with their front hooves. Elk breed in the fall and Bull elk gather cows and calves into small groups called harems. Bull elk wallow in mud to coat themselves with urine "perfume" to attract cows. Elk also bugle and rub trees, shrubs and the ground with their antlers to attract cows and intimidate other bulls. Elk Bulls aggressively guard their harems from other bulls. Elk are grazers most of the year, which means they eat grass, explaining their affinity for meadows, fields, clear cuts and other open areas where grass, forbs and weeds abound. In winter, elk browse on sage, willow, aspen and dogwood, or eat cured grass. Because of elk habitat change and reduction, elk frequently invade lowland farm country in the winter to get at hay yards to supplement naturally available feed. In traditional wintering areas, elk present a tourist attraction as viewers flock in from all over the world to see thousands of animals gathered with they are most visible.Despite their size, elk can move. A herd can trot seemingly forever at 10 to 20 mph and not even breathe hard. When really busting out, elk have been clocked at 35 mph; as fast as a whitetail deer. Most rifle elk seasons happen during the transition period when the rut is over but migration hasn’t taken place. Hunting pressure often holes up the elk in thick cover (often called dark timber) during the day, and they only come out to feed at night. This means you must get into the woods and work for your elk; spotting elk in the limited time they spend outside of the dark timber and making a stalk is the most productive tactic. Finally there is the migration period, usually rifle and muzzleloader hunting time. This can be great hunting. Now elk are streaming out of the high country to foothills and ranchlands below. Set up and wait along migration corridors, or glass a herd and make a stalk along their anticipated travel route.


Utah Hunting Outfitters and Guides Big Horn Sheep Facts

Bighorn sheep are one of two species of mountain sheep in North America. They range in color from light brown to grayish or dark brown, and have a white rump and lining on the backs of all four legs. Bighorn sheep get their name from the large, curved horns on the males, or rams. They are legendary for their ability to climb high, steep, rocky mountain areas. Bighorn sheep eat different foods depending on the season. During the summer, they subsist on grasses or sedges. During the winter they eat more woody plants, such as willow, sage and rabbit brush. Desert bighorn sheep eat brushy plants such as desert holly and desert cactus. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, there were between 1.5 million to two million bighorn sheep in North America. Today, there are less than 70,000. Bighorn sheep were once widespread throughout western North America. By the 1920’s, bighorn sheep were eliminated from Washington, Oregon, Texas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and part of Mexico. Today, populations have been re-established through transplanting sheep from healthy populations into vacant places. Bighorn sheep live in herds or bands of about 5 to 15 ewes, lambs, yearlings, and two-year olds. Groups of males are much smaller, usually numbering two to five. In the winter, the ewe herds join to create bands of as many as 100 animals. In the fall, the rams compete for ewes by having butting contests. They charge each other at speeds of more than 20 mph, their foreheads crashing with a crack that can be heard more than a mile away. These battles may last as long as 24 hours.
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