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Where to hunt squirrels in Utah

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by ubimow, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. ubimow

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    After reading all the squirrel recipes here I need to know where to find some in Utah...anyone know?? Also, is there a specific season to hunt them or permit required? Thanks
     
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  3. tjpet

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    Utah doesn't have the type of squirrels used for eating save the Abert's down south. I don't think there's a season on them nowadays but it never hurts to check.

    You can always eat the small tree squirrels found throughout the state (I did in my college days - once) but there's not much meat and, barring the lack of hardwood trees and the mast they produce, taste like sh*t.

    Closest place I know of and have hunted for fox and gray squirrels like they have in the East and mid-West is a Colorado state forest just north of Denver.