What You Need to Know About Your Utah Hunting License

Before you head for the mountains for your Utah hunt, you must have your hunting license, which is every aspiring hunter’s dream.

Hunting in Utah is one of the most exciting and beautiful experiences you can have. Between the majestic and diverse terrain, the extraordinary wildlife, and the picturesque views, Utah is ideal for hunting. But you can’t just hunt whenever and wherever you’d like in the Beehive State. No, you need to have your Utah hunting license before you can leave for your hunting expedition. 

Here’s what you need to know:

How to Get a Utah State Hunting License 

Depending on your age, you might be required to complete the Utah hunter education course for a small fee so you can buy a license or permit to hunt. After you’ve completed the Utah hunter education certification requirements, you can choose the type of license you want and then purchase your license.

Where to Buy Your Utah License

There are a few ways you can buy a license in the Beehive State:

You can visit any Utah Division of Wildlife Resources office or an approved license agent.

License Expiration Information

It’s important to remember that your license is good for one year (365 days) from the day you purchased it.

Types of Utah Hunting Licenses

There are various types of licenses in the state of Utah:

Utah Residents — A resident is considered a person who has lived in Utah for six or more months, an active-duty military member, or non-resident full-time students who have attended a Utah institution for 60 days more. Utah residents must have their Basic Hunting License or a Combination License, allowing hunters to hunt small game, including most upland game and waterfowl species.

Non-Residents — Similar to residents, non-residents must have the Basic Hunting License or the Combo License. 

Youth Hunting Licenses — Both Utah residents and non-residents who are 17 and younger can purchase a Basic Hunting or Combination License at a reduced price. All hunters under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or responsible person who is 21 or older.

Senior Hunting Licenses — For Utah residents age 65 years or older can purchase a Basic Hunting or Combination License for a reduced fee.

Disability Licenses — Special licensing accommodations for those with disabilities is available for Utah hunters. 

Military and Veteran Licenses — Utah-stationed active-duty military miners can purchase a resident license. A license specifically for veterans is not currently offered in Utah.

Contact R & K Hunting Company 

Obtaining your hunting license can be a tedious process, which is why we do the work for you at R & K Hunting company. When you book your Rocky Mountain hunting adventure with us in Utah or Wyoming, our experienced staff relieves you of this hassle by handling all the permitting and application processes for you. Book your next hunting trip with the experts at R & K Hunting Company today!