Myke, there's tons of rattlers from Pueblo on down south to New Mexico. Any of the SWA's along the front range should be good if their rocky and brushy. I would advise Lake Pueblo SWA in the back of the reservoir, Lathrop State Park down by Walsenburg, or drive Burnt Mill Rd out of the south side of Pueblo which runs to Colorado City. It's a dirt road which I always see either live rattlers or dead ones people have run over on. Both of the lakes I mentioned are surrounded by rocky, cactus and brush filled areas which hold a lot of snakes period both rattlers and other species.
ecu, you can find em up to I believe 9,000 ft although, I haven't seen any that high. The most I've seen have been where the flat eastern plains meet the foothill rolling hills but up to the base of the mountains. Rocky cactus filled country which is hotter then hades in the summer.
Have you ever looked all over the house and garage for a piece of hunting equipment or an article of clothing? I sure have... or at least I used to. I found that storing my hunting gear in large containers that are labeled not only saves me time looking but also saves space. I used to have my gear all over the house, taking up space that I needed for other things.
Here's what I do now. I went out and bought some large plastic tubs and everything goes in them. I...