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How many hunters can apply as a group for the regular deer season, and do out of State hunters make any difference when included? RECON5.
 

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Up to 10 people can apply as a group, but I don't think you can include your non-resident hunting buds. I suggest you call 1-801-538-4700 to confirm that, though.

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Applying as a group
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Instead of applying as an individual hunter, you and your friends and family can apply together as a group.
Both residents and nonresidents can apply together. However, if you're a Utah resident and you decide to apply with a nonresident, make sure nonresident permits are available for each hunt your group is applying for. If nonresident permits are not available for a hunt your group is applying for, the nonresident and everyone else in the group-including the Utah residents-will not be allowed to draw for that hunt unit.
Up to four hunters can apply together for limited entry, premium limited entry and resident CWMU deer, elk or pronghorn permits. Group applications are not accepted for management bull elk hunts.
Up to 10 people can apply together for general buck deer and buck/bull combination
permits. Please remember that if you're a youth, and you want to be included among those who draw for buck deer permits that are reserved for youth, you must apply as an individual hunter. Do NOT apply as part of a group. Please see page 26 for more information
about youth hunting opportunities.
Up to two youths may apply together for youth any bull elk permits.
If your group is successful in the drawing,
all of the applicants in your group who have valid applications will receive a permit.

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