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Pheasant hunting in Utah will be fair at best

Despite the fact that Utah pheasant populations have declined considerably over the years, many Utah hunters will be afield this year for the wily ringneck. Hunters should expect to see about the same number of birds as last year.
Hunters should concentrate their efforts in those areas with remaining suitable habitat. Most of Utah's pheasant hunters participate during the opening weekend only. Those with persistence and who hunt during weekdays are typically more successful in harvesting birds.
Utah pheasant hunting will be fair at best throughout the state. Predictions for hunter success by DWR region are as follows:
In Box Elder County, dry spring conditions resulted in reduced pheasant production, but healthy isolated pockets of pheasants still exist throughout the county. In Cache County, pheasant populations appear stable and similar to last year.
There are reports of fair pheasant numbers at Salt Creek and Public Shooting Grounds and good numbers at Ogden Bay and
Farmington Bay.
In the Central Region, pheasant populations are similar to last year throughout the region.
Incidental sightings and brood counts in Millard County were higher than last year, but are still well below numbers that were found a decade ago.
Utah Pheasant Hunting Season Opens Nov. 4.

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