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Colorado's 2020-2026 new hunting season dates... how will they impact you? -
posted 6 days ago
Colorado is going down a deep dark rabbit hole. Archery hunters are getting the shaft with this new structure. Especially archery mule deer. There's talk of banning lion hunting and releasing a thousand assassin's (Canadian Grey Wolves) west of the divide.
CPW increased deer tags in the Gunnison Basin this year after a hard winter and record roadkill upwards of 1500 deer including pregnant females. Where's the logic in that decision? As a 25 year resident and almost 50 year old man I'm very concerned about the future of hunting here.
Colorado Big Game Unit 66 -
posted 6 months ago
Shane S. Muzzlerloader season has way less tags therefore it takes more points to draw.
No more federal protections for gray wolves? -
posted 7 months ago
How come so many wolf lovers and anti hunters end up on a hunting website? Have you nothing better to do? I eat meat but I don't troll vegan forums. "Common sense is not so common"
Utah Elk Limited Entry Plateau & Boulder/Kaiparowits -
posted 1 year ago
@ Brad F
I'd be happy to share some info about the unit. I hunted general deer there last year. I found one spot that was thick with elk sign from the rut. Hunting general spike or cow is a great strategy for learning a unit. Feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll provide you with some info.
Are 12 power binoculars the ultimate glassing setup? -
posted 1 year ago
Nice article! It validates an opinion I've had for a long time. I've been using 12x50's for all most 20 years. A few years back I upgraded to a Loupuld bx3. There is no weight penalty any more over 10x40. I've also never had a issue with them fitting into a bino harness. I started using them on my tripod and since that trip a few years back I've never carried my spotter backpacking again. In fact my spotter never leaves my truck! Glassing hand held in thick timber takes some getting used to but is really no big deal. The worst thing about 12x50's is glassing up a deer shed. You think you found a giant untill you walk up to it and it's just another average deer shed!
Kristen A. Schmitt