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Region G General

Region G General

LICENSE TYPES AVAILABLE

Area 135 GENERAL (apply for REGION G GENERAL)

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Valid for: Region G
Tentative Limitations: Antlered mule deer three (3) points or more on either antler or any white-tailed deer
Tentative Open Date: Oct 1

GENERAL | Full Price

* = License types with difficult public access

Area 143 GENERAL (apply for REGION G GENERAL)

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Valid for: Region G
Tentative Limitations: Antlered mule deer three (3) points or more on either antler or any white-tailed deer
Tentative Open Date: Sep 15

GENERAL | Full Price

* = License types with difficult public access

Area 144 GENERAL (apply for REGION G GENERAL)

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Valid for: Region G
Tentative Limitations: Antlered mule deer three (3) points or more on either antler or any white-tailed deer
Tentative Open Date: Sep 15

GENERAL | Full Price

* = License types with difficult public access

Area 145 GENERAL* (apply for REGION G GENERAL)

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Valid for: Region G
Tentative Limitations: Antlered mule deer three (3) points or more on either antler or any white-tailed deer
Tentative Open Date: Sep 15

GENERAL | Full Price

* = License types with difficult public access

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS HUNT AREA

APPLICATION DEADLINES

Application Deadline: May 31
Draw Results Available: June 21

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Nonresident Deadlines
(Including: Doe/Fawn, Youth**)

  • Application Dates: Jan. 2 - May 31
  • Modify & Withdrawal: May 31
  • Results Available: June 21
  • Preference Point Only***: July 2 - Oct. 31

Landowner Deadlines
(Including: Resident/Nonresident, Doe/Fawn, Youth**, Pioneer/Pioneer Heritage^)

  • Application Dates: Jan. 2 - May 15
  • Modify & Withdrawal: May 31
  • Results Available: June 21
* All applications, must be submitted by midnight mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

** An applicant may apply for any big game license if he/she is eleven (11) years of age, but must be at least twelve (12) years of age when hunting. Persons who are less than eighteen (18) years of age and at least eleven (11) years of age at the time of application may apply for a youth license and remit youth fees. Applicants must be at least fourteen (14) years of age prior to September 15 of the application year in order to hunt wild bison. Applicants under the age of eighteen (18) may have their parent or legal guardian submit an application on their behalf.

*** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application to purchase a preference point and must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

LICENSE FEES

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Nonresident Fees

  • Full Price: $389.00
  • Special: $677.00
  • Full Price Youth**: $125.00
  • Reduced Price Doe/Fawn: $49.00
  • Reduced Price Doe/Fawn Youth**: $34.00
  • Full Price Landowner: $389.00
  • Full Price Landowner Youth**: $125.00
  • Reduced Price Landowner Doe/Fawn: $49.00
  • Reduced Price Landowner Doe/Fawn Youth**: $34.00
  • Preference Point Only: $41
  • Preference Point Only - Youth***: $10
A nonrefundable application fee of $15 is included in the amount to be remitted for each big game license applied for in the initial license drawing.
** An applicant may apply for any big game license if he/she is eleven (11) years of age, but must be at least twelve (12) years of age when hunting. Persons who are less than eighteen (18) years of age and at least eleven (11) years of age at the time of application may apply for a youth license and remit youth fees. Applicants must be at least fourteen (14) years of age prior to September 15 of the application year in order to hunt wild bison. Applicants under the age of eighteen (18) may have their parent or legal guardian submit an application on their behalf.

*** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application to purchase a preference point and must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

HARVEST REPORTS

Harvest and hunting activity estimates for all big game (antelope, mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat) were obtained by sampling licensed hunters. Wild bison results were obtained through mandatory license holder reporting.

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2016 Mule Deer Harvest Report

  HARVEST  
HUNT AREA TYPE ACTIVE HUNTERS BUCK DOE FAWN TOTAL HUNTER SUCCESS
135 General 3174 1629 47 0 1676 52.80%
143 General 1031 401 7 0 408 39.60%
144 General 1276 531 4 0 535 41.90%
145 General 1035 459 0 7 466 45.00%
146 General 132 50 7 0 57 43.20%

2016 White-tailed Deer Harvest Report

  HARVEST  
HUNT AREA TYPE ACTIVE HUNTERS BUCK DOE FAWN TOTAL HUNTER SUCCESS
135 General 147 0 0 0 0 0.00%
143 General 57 0 0 0 0 0.00%
144 General 35 0 0 0 0 0.00%
145 General 46 0 4 0 4 8.70%

DRAWING ODDS

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2017 Nonresident Drawing Odds

Nonresident Special Preference Points
Hunt Type Preference Points Drawing Odds
GEN 9 100.00%
GEN < 9 100.00%
GEN 8 100.00%
GEN < 8 100.00%
GEN 7 100.00%
GEN < 7 100.00%
GEN 6 100.00%
GEN < 6 100.00%
GEN 5 58.95%
GEN < 5 0.00%
Nonresident Special Random Draw
Hunt Type: GEN
Total Quota: 36
First Choice Applicants: 531
Second Choice Applicants: 66
Third Choice Applicants: 13

Nonresident Preference Points
Hunt Type Preference Points Drawing Odds
GEN 11 100.00%
GEN < 11 100.00%
GEN 10 100.00%
GEN < 10 100.00%
GEN 9 100.00%
GEN < 9 100.00%
GEN 8 100.00%
GEN < 8 100.00%
GEN 7 100.00%
GEN < 7 100.00%
GEN 6 81.44%
GEN < 6 0.00%
Nonresident Random Draw
Hunt Type: GEN
Total Quota: 54
First Choice Applicants: 1228
Second Choice Applicants: 285
Third Choice Applicants: 74

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Information

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a chronic, fatal disease of the central nervous system in mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, and moose. CWD belongs to the group of rare diseases called transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs). These disorders are caused by abnormally folded proteins called “prions.”

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