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Over the last 30 years, the elk population in Utah has grown substantially. From 1975 to 1990, elk numbers jumped from an estimated 18,000 to 58,000. This rapid increase was primarily due to low population levels and an abundance of available habitat.Where to hunt elk in Utah?
The any bull units are located primarily in northern Utah and are generally on units with large amounts of private land, large wilderness areas, or units with very low elk populations. Spike hunting is used on most limited entry units and is intended to reduce bull:cow ratios, while still allowing for trophy quality bulls.