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Old 01-04-2021, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just curious what's everyone's thoughts on hunting land that is labeled on on-x as owned by the Nature Conservancy? A quick google search found a document stating that depending on the site they may allow hunting! As you know there are several parcels of land throughout West Layton, Kaysville and Famington that State land borders Nature Conservancy land, even splitting bodies of water in some cases! Anyone have any good answers????
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You’d have to figure out if they allow hunting or not on each parcel you want to hunt. I believe their policy is that even on lands they allow hunting that you still have to receive written permission to do so.
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Doesn't matter what everyone's thoughts are on hunting it. It is private land. As stated on some parcels they allow hunting. You'd have to check with the landowner to determine if hunting is allowed like any other private property.
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I hunt on Nature Conservancy land.......Hasn't been a problem yet, I have been stopped and questioned by Utah Fish & Game and Utah Highway Patrol. I'll keep doing it until I get told otherwise. Like mentioned already, different parcels may have different rules.
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What did they stop you for and question you about?
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Just curious what's everyone's thoughts on hunting land that is labeled on on-x as owned by the Nature Conservancy? A quick google search found a document stating that depending on the site they may allow hunting! As you know there are several parcels of land throughout West Layton, Kaysville and Famington that State land borders Nature Conservancy land, even splitting bodies of water in some cases! Anyone have any good answers????
If you go down there to the access in Kaysville/Layton, there is a sign showing which portions of those parcels are open to hunting. The access is easy to find. Just drive until you see 30 trucks lined up along the road by a gate. It is a very popular access point that sees a ton of pressure.

Not sure about the other parcels they own, but they allow hunting on a good chunk of the Kaysville/Layton wetland area.
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What did they stop you for and question you about?
Why I was parked where I was, and what my intentions were. Fish cop also checked my license and stamp.
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Glad they didn’t give you too much trouble.
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The best resource I've found is the states walk in access site. https://wildlife.utah.gov/hunting/walk-in-access.html I'll start with the possible access layer with onx and if something pops up then I'll go to the state site to double check.
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