2020 Muzzleloader elk voucher elk tag for Utah Central Mountains
Muzzleloader elk landowner tag for Utah Central Mountains Manti, this tag is a unit-wide landowner voucher good for the 2020 elk hunt.
The Utah Central Mountains Manti Elk Unit:
This Utah elk unit has 134,218 acres of US Forest Service land which is 62% of the unit so there is almost 70% of the entire Manti unit available for good 310″ bulls up to a few 370 to 380+ bulls.
Utah Central Mountains Manti elk game management unit boundary description:
Unit BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION
Utah, Carbon, Emery, Sevier, and Sanpete counties – Boundary begins at the junction of US Highway 6 and Interstate 15 in Spanish Fork; South East on US Highway 6 to Price and SR-10; south on SR-10 to Interstate-70; west on Interstate-70 to US Highway 50 in Salina; northwest on US Highway 50 to Interstate 15 in Scipio; north on Interstate 15 to US Highway 6 in Spanish Fork.
Population for elk on this Utah Central Mountains muzzleloader elk landowner tag:
The elk population on the Central Mountains, Manti subunit has fluctuated between 12,100 and 12,700 elk for the past 5 years and has been slightly above the population objective of 12,000 elks. The Nebo unit has shown an increasing trend from 1,100 elk in 2011 to 1,550 elk in 2015 which is above the objective of 1,450 elks. Antlerless harvest was initiated in 2012 in response to drought conditions, as well as to assist with rangeland recovery after the Seeley Wildfire. Antlerless harvest will continue to help manage a growing elk population. The Central Mountains’ elk herd was last surveyed in January 2013. There were 25 bulls per 100 cows observed in aerial surveys. Average calf production based on summer preseason classification counts has been 51 calves per 100 cows over the past 5 years. Limited entry bull harvest on the unit has remained relatively stable with very minor permit changes. Spike harvest has been relatively stable as well. The average age of harvested limited entry bull has slowly declined but is still at the upper end of the objective of 5.5-6.0 year old bulls on the Manti unit (see tables 4a and 4b). The average age of bull harvested on the Nebo unit has remained below the objective of 6.5-7.0 for each of the past 5 years.
The Utah Central Mountains Elk Herd Composition: Maintain an average age of harvested bulls between 5.5-6.0 years old on the Manti Subunit.
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