Successful hunts
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Amanda Palmer, of Blanding, with a massive deer she recently harvested.  Palmer was the winner of the Sportsman for Fish and Wildlife tag, which is awarded in a raffle at the SFW banquets.  Palmer took the deer on the Heaton Ranch CWMU unit in Alton, Utah on September 19. The hunt was guided by Jeremy Chamberlain with Color Country Outfitters.  Courtesy photo
Amanda Palmer, of Blanding, with a massive deer she recently harvested. Palmer was the winner of the Sportsman for Fish and Wildlife tag, which is awarded in a raffle at the SFW banquets. Palmer took the deer on the Heaton Ranch CWMU unit in Alton, Utah on September 19. The hunt was guided by Jeremy Chamberlain with Color Country Outfitters. Courtesy photo
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Heather Farrar, of Draper, Utah, proudly shows the elk she harvested north of Monticello in September.  Farrer secured the Governor’s tag for elk, which allows her to hunt anywhere in the state.  In prior years, the Governors tag has been auctioned for nearly $200,000.  The hunt was guided by Mossback Guides and Outfitters.	 Courtesy photo
Heather Farrar, of Draper, Utah, proudly shows the elk she harvested north of Monticello in September. Farrer secured the Governor’s tag for elk, which allows her to hunt anywhere in the state. In prior years, the Governors tag has been auctioned for nearly $200,000. The hunt was guided by Mossback Guides and Outfitters. Courtesy photo
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Amanda Palmer, of Blanding, with a massive deer she recently harvested. Palmer was the winner of the Sportsman for Fish and Wildlife tag, which is awarded in a raffle at the SFW banquets. Palmer took the deer on the Heaton Ranch CWMU unit in Alton, Utah on September 19. The hunt was guided by Jeremy Chamberlain with Color Country Outfitters.

Heather Farrar, of Draper, Utah, proudly shows the elk she harvested north of Monticello in September. Farrer secured the Governor’s tag for elk, which allows her to hunt anywhere in the state. In prior years, the Governors tag has been auctioned for nearly $200,000. The hunt was guided by Mossback Guides and Outfitters.

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