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Mountain Goat Hunts

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Resident Mountain Goat Hunts

REsident Mountain Goat—Any Goat—
any legal weapon Hunt 7151

Unit Group

Season Dates

2017 QUOTA

101

Sept 1 – Oct 31

1

102

Sept 1 – Oct 31

6

103

Sept 1 – Oct 31

1

TOTAL

8

Nonresident Mountain Goat Hunts

Nonresident Mountain Goat—Any Goat

Any Legal Weapon Hunt 7251

Unit Group

Season Dates

2017 QUOTA

102

Sept 1 – Oct 31

1

Hunt Shed Antlers Responsibly

Shed hunting has grown in visibility and popularity in recent years. Scouring the winter ranges of mule deer and elk in search of naturally shed antlers is a social and family activity that draws people out to enjoy nature, but shed hunters must have respect for the habitat and the animals they covet.

Shed hunting too early in the year can stress wildlife. High stress can cause pregnant deer and cow elk to lose their young and poor body conditioning and nutrition can stunt future antler growth. Many people may not realize that harassing wildlife is a crime.

Some tips for doing it right include:

  • Tread lightly on animal habitat, respect the animal’s space
  • Do not chase animals with snowmobiles, four wheelers or any vehicle
  • Wait for antlers to shed naturally. If you wait and watch from afar the chances of finding a match set go way up.

If you witness wildlife harassment or any other activity that is harmful or dangerous to wildlife, report the incident to Operation Game Thief at 1-800-992-3030.