Colorado Hunting News

Colorado DOW Proposes Changes to Deer GMUs
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) wants to hear from people who hunt deer in Game Management Units (GMUs) 49, 57, 58, 59, 581, 591 511, and 512.
Colorado DOW Searching for Clues in Deer Killing
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for information about a deer killed at the Rampart Shooting Range just west of Colorado Springs.
Additional Access for Pronghorn and Deer Hunters in Colorado
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is opening 87,500 acres of private land in the southeast portion of the state for the public to hunt pronghorn and deer through the Big Game Access Pilot Program (BGAP). The program begins with the opening of the archery pronghorn season on August 15.
Colorado Lynx Dies in Iowa
A wanderlust lynx, originally released in Colorado as part of a restoration project, died earlier this week in Union County near Creston.
Colorado DOW Pronghorn Management Meeting
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will hold a public meeting in Wellington to gather input on pronghorn (often called antelope) herd management in DAU's PH 33 and 36, which comprises Game Management Units 7, 8, 9 and 191.
Colorado DOW Considers Feral Hog Hunts
On Tuesday, July 2, the Colorado Wildlife Commission approved regulations pertaining to feral hogs, including the adoption of a definition of "feral hogs" and provisions for legal take of such hogs.
Colorado Walk-In Access Program Expanded
A very popular Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) program is adding opportunities which will benefit small game hunters and landowners alike.
Colorado DOW Holds Youth Archery Day
Youngsters interested in the sport of archery are invited to attend a one-day archery event at the Bighorn Archery Range in Pueblo, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) and Johnson Sport and Ski will co-sponsor the event.
Colorado Convictions for Bighorn Sheep Killed
A Colorado outfitter has pled guilty for hunting in a closed area about 70 yards from the shoulder of I-70 near Georgetown.
Colorado DOW Approves Big Game License Numbers
On Thursday, May 3, the Colorado Wildlife Commission approved 2007 big game license numbers during their May meeting in Grand Junction. The Commission also approved mandatory mountain lion hunter education and discussed possible regulations for exotic animal parks and sanctuaries.