Utah is close to passing Constitutional Carry. HB60 has to pass the conference committee, then go to Governor Spencer Cox for his signature.
Constitutional Carry has been introduced in Utah, in an improved version, in bill HB60, by Representative Walt Brooks, of District 75. It has a good chance of passage.
If he wants to get technical, fascist archetype Benito Mussolini won the popular vote in the 1924 Italian general election by a two-thirds majority landslide.
One of the ideas promoted by the gun-grabbers is that “we have a right to feel safe.”
This illegal and unconstitutional gun confiscation bill has been sponsored by REPUBLICAN Utah State Representative Stephen Handy under HB0209, entitled “Extreme Risk Protective Order”.
Utah Wildlife Board approves changes for Utah’s 2019 to 2021 hunting seasons. Starting this season, hunters will have more chances to spot and stalk bears in Utah.
In addition to learning what you need to know for waterfowl season, if you’re one of the first 75 people to arrive, you’ll get a free duck call.
Sportsmen organizations will provide the birds, so young hunters have an increased opportunity to harvest a pheasant. Participants need to have completed Hunter Education.
Using decoys over water can be a great way to put the birds right where you want them. I’ve found good success hunting doves this way.
One of the most telling signs that the Commission was not looking for serious ways to protect our kids is the fact that they made no recommendations on hardening the targets.
Before you head out the door to collect shed antlers, though, you must complete the Division of Wildlife Resources’ Antler Gathering Ethics course.
It might be the middle of winter, but it’s time to apply for a permit to hunt big game animals like bighorn sheep in Utah this fall.
Snowy, wintery weather is good news for hunters. Once snow starts to fall, chukars — which roam during the warmer months — concentrate in smaller area.
Black bears are doing extremely well in Utah: in less than 20 years, the number of bears has almost tripled. Now, hunters can apply for permits to hunt..
If you’re just getting into hunting — or you’re looking hunt that’s not too strenuous — hunting cottontail rabbits is a perfect choice.
Randy Oplinger, sport fisheries coordinator for the DWR, says warm clothes and basic equipment are all you need to start making memories with your kids.
December can be a great month to hunt. As the state’s big game hunts wind down, upland game hunters have more of the mountains to themselves.
For that reason, biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources want to give more hunters a chance to hunt black bears during the state’s 2018 season.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, many Utahans aren’t aware that they share their state with a thriving population of wild turkeys.
Sportsman permits are one of Utah’s most prized big game hunting permits. And the time left to apply for one is running out.
Utah’s waterfowl hunting season just started, but biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources are already formulating ideas for the 2018 – 2019 hunt.
DWR biologists are recommending new and innovative approaches that would reduce hunter crowding during Utah’s 2018 general rifle buck deer hunt.
The powerful slap of its wings and the loud, excited call the bird makes can scramble your senses, making it difficult to shoulder your gun.
More than 60,000 hunters will be in Utah’s backcountry, relaxing, enjoying the fall colors and looking for that elusive mule deer buck.
Fall is the best time to take a young person pheasant or quail hunting in Utah. The state will host its annual youth pheasant and quail hunt soon.
If you’re one of the 60,000 hunters who’ll participate in Utah’s general rifle buck deer, the Division of Wildlife Resources has some advice to share.
You can add fun and challenge to your duck and goose hunts this season by joining Utah’s Waterfowl Slam. In the process, you’ll provide funding.
If you enjoy hunting ducks, geese or swans in Utah, get ready for a good hunt. And give a nod to the snow and rain that fell from the sky earlier this year.
Hunters 17 years old and younger will have Utah’s marshes — and the ducks and geese that go with them — all to themselves during two days in September.
You can sharpen your waterfowl hunting skills at a free clinic on Sept. 23. The Division of Wildlife Resources will host the clinic from 8 a.m. to noon.