I'm a license vendor and am happy to get you a permit over the phone, I'll be at work around noon. It'll be $85 if I remember right, $50 for the spike tag, $35 for the antlerless control permit.Great to know Ben, thank you. Fowl mouth and berry, first of all I'm not the brightest crayon in the box. So that coupled with big game regulations sometimes being confusing lead to my lack of understanding. But I'm glad that you have it down so well fowlmouth, I'm sure you've helped many new hunters that may be struggling to get a grasp on things. Not trolling or looking for attention. It was a rant about something that frustrated me. if I wanted attention I have a wife for that. While I'm no Stephen hawking I am smarter than to try and have a good time trolling a wildlife forum. I'm trying to build skills to pass on to my kids so that we can enjoy quality time together in the future and they can perhaps share the reverence for this land I have.
Believe me the first place I point fingers is myself. However in my defense I had called the dwr office and spoke to a woman yesterday who told me " I haven't drawn in a couple years either. Thad how it happens sometimes"I'm a license vendor and am happy to get you a permit over the phone, I'll be at work around noon. It'll be $85 if I remember right, $50 for the spike tag, $35 for the antlerless control permit.
My number 435-671-3024.
Next time rather than throw another entity under the bus like you did above, feel free to ask what YOU are doing wrong. I don't hunt antlerless so I may be wrong here but I don't recall I single LE antlerless hunt in Utah that takes more than 3 points to draw. This means that more than likely it's not the state that's at fault it's your lack of understanding. Like has been stated above there are a bunch of people here that are more than happy to help a fella out with answers to questions like this. There also a bunch of us who are are incredibly sick of rants and rhetoric like the original post.
Feel free to call me anytime and I'll point in the direction of some elk to hunt and how to get a tag to hunt them!
Although your initial post was a bit rough on the DWR, I'm glad you asked AND LISTENED (so to speak)! Not only did you get your answer on the hunt, you (and others) got a lesson on how the Utah wildlife management political system works, and it starts with YOU. Thanks for asking!Believe me the first place I point fingers is myself. However in my defense I had called the dwr office and spoke to a woman yesterday who told me " I haven't drawn in a couple years either. Thad how it happens sometimes"
My frustration lies in others drawing cow tags consistantly and I draw nothing. However, given the information archerben relayed to me I need to concede that those people perhaps simply get a spike or any bull tag and a control tag as well. I can't tell you how many people I have asked about the drawing process and how to be successful in getting hunting rights and it hasn't been mentioned.
Now that I know what Ben told me I have nothing more to say. I don't care about trophy hunts. Only time with the family and a full freezer. I appreciate your help with this.
Does Steven Hawking hunt? Why do I find that an odd visual? -Ov-While I'm no Stephen hawking