Hi, I'm thinking to Elk hunt this year in Utah and and could use a serious hunting partner. Permits are presently available over the counter. The hunt season I'm considering most is from 6 Oct-18 Oct. If you can't hunt the entire 12 or so days I could get you to a airport and you could fly back if you wish or if you would need to fly round trip I could pick you up at an airport near the hunt location etc. If you are truly interested in going we can probably work something out if you can't stay for the entire hunt. I would want to arrive at least a couple days early to scout. If we were lucky enough to tag out early that would be great. There are about 15 units plus some sub units to hunt but you are not limited to any one unit. The permit would be for a any weapon, any bull general season elk. I have previously hunted Elk before but never in Utah so I'm still looking to decide which units to best hunt before purchasing a Elk permit. I have a reliable 4WD Toyota truck, camping gear, a couple tents, hunting gear etc. You would need a rifle, a warm sleeping bag, ammo, a knife, camo, hunter orange, Good broke in waterproof boots, a Elk permit, freeze dried food, a compass or handheld Gps and be willing to share fuel costs if we ride together. If you have a better vehicle I'm fine if we take yours. No experience necessary but would be helpful and I welcome your input. Weather is unprdictable but nights will likely be pretty cold as we will be in the mountains. I am a life member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, a Ex marine and member of the American Legion. If you consider going keep in mind it won't be a walk through the park. It will be a lot of work. If you have never done anything like this I promise it will be an unforgettable experience whether we are successful or not. You would want to try to be as fit as possible prior to the hunt as it will be a endurance event. However, I won't work you beyond your ability and since I am 68 I couldn't likely anyway. The hardest part will come if we actually bag one or more Elk as we will likly have to carry it out on our backs.