I'm just getting started in upland game hunting and I'm already obsessed with chukars, although I haven't seen any yet! I've only been out a few times and I realize that I'm still learning and paying my dues, but I sure would like to bag a couple before the season ends. Last week I went out to the Cedar Mountains and I did run into a single set of tracks which eventually disappeared in the rocks. So I know I was in the right area but I don't have a dog (should have one by next season) so I may have walked right past them. Anyway, I wonder if I didn't go high enough. Is there a certain elevation where chukars like to hang out? Do they migrate up and down on a daily basis? One author says that the snow drives them lower, while another author says when the snow piles up, they go to the upper ridgelines. Which is it? Are there any particular counties or mountain ranges where I might have some luck? I'm not asking for GPS coordinates of your favorite spots, but some clues for success would be great!