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Pick had hoped to hunt his friend Darryl Miller's property east of Ogden, but to Pick's disappointment he found that Miller had lost his CWMU status because the game board insisted he allow multiple deer and elk tags on his land.
Talk about a successful gamble, he drew again in 2010f Better still, Darryl Miller had regained CWMU status, and Pick was invited to try his luck.
"That's one reason the CWMU program was established.
"The problem with the $3.2 million figure is that they were treating their land as if it was private, so they wanted to get in on the CWMU program in order to raise money" Styler says.
With all that information as background, you'll understand just how flabbergasted and delighted I was to be invited to hunt a legendary CWMU in northern Utah last fall.
In return for this flexibility and landowner tags, each CWMU must benefit both wildlife and hunters.
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