Limited entry hunts typically have very little pressure on the animals, at least hunting pressure. Sometimes lots of recreational traffic during the summer makes the animals feel comfortable around motor vehicles, kind of like Yellowstone or other national parks. Many Utah LE hunts have hundreds of ATV's driving tons of roads all day long. There is literally nowhere else for the elk to go. But these elk see the ATV's all summer long, and even during the rifle hunt only one in 20 ATV's carries a tag holder. So the mature elk stand there, and on occassion get shot when a tag holder comes by. It is a steep learning curve.
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