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    Good going.

    Too bad you aren't a resident to qualify for the $50 bounty on them.
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    Saving lots of big game by taking them out.
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    I don't think that you are required to be a resident. There is an online "class" that certifies you to receive the bounty for the coyotes. You do have to turn over a scalp and ears as proof and GPS info in a brown paper bag to a Utah Wildlife Office. The fawn survival has increased substantially due to the program being in place. Thanks and God bless

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    Yes, you do have to be a resident. Also you have to complete the class. Then provide the GPS location along with the scalp/two ears and the lower jaw.

    My nephew has turned in a few that he shot when he was with me in the last couple of years.


    Luckynv you are right and I was wrong. I just took the cirtification course again and it doesn't say anything about being a resident or a non resident. They must of change it after I first looked at it years ago.

    I'm going to have to see if I can pick up a few bucks this coming deer hunt while I am over there.
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    50$ would be nice but shooting yotes is so much fun id pay them
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    Yea, but 3 or 4 of them helps pay for the trip.

    The nice thing about where I am I can get over there to cash them in with no problem and visit family while I am there. A little bit different from California.
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    Nice work on the yotes!

 

 

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