Re: long range hunting in Utah
In my humble opinion, unless you are familiar with the territory you are hunting in and the laws of the state, you can be setting yourself up for trouble.
In some states a "road" may mean a paved, or graded and maintained road, while a simple, unmaintained dirt road may be considerd a trail. Compound this with the inability, in most cases, to be able to see if there is a road crossing the bullet's path when shooting at long distance...
Best thing to do is to check and become familiar with state laws and become familiar with the area you are hunting.
Joaquin B. in AZ