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Elk Poached-Reward


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The Division of Wildlife Resources is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for illegally taking a bull elk on Danish Bench by the Huntington Power Plant in central Utah.

The bull was apparently shot during the antlerless elk hunt in December or January. The head and antlers were sawed off and the rest of the bull was left to rot.

Depending on the information received, the reward may be as high as $1,000 or a Central Mountains, Manti mature bull elk permit.

Conservation Officer Kip Draper in Emery County is leading the investigation.

He is asking that anyone, having knowledge of this poaching incident, call him on his cell phone (435-749-1492) or at the Division of Wildlife Resources office in Price (435-636-0260).


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