Colorado Outdoors July/August 2014 Issue Now Available

This issue is packed full of articles for the outdoor enthusiast! Hunters and anglers will learn how to lighten the load when selecting backpacking and camping gear in "To Go Light or Ultralight, That Is The Question."

July-August 2014 cover

The July/August issue of Colorado Outdoors is hot of the press and is packed full of articles for the outdoor enthusiast! Hunters and anglers will learn how to lighten the load when selecting backpacking and camping gear in “To Go Light or Ultralight, That Is The Question.” And big-game hunters can discover the logistical advantages of setting up a separate camp for elk hunts in “Spike Camp.” In addition, “Different Deer” presents the similarities and differences between mule and white-tailed deer — just in time for the fall hunting seasons. Colorado anglers will learn tactics for fly fishing the Rio Grande in “South Fork Rio Grande,” and how birds may be the best fishers of all in “Avian Anglers.” Also featured is “Living With Bears,” a photo essay with tips on safely hiking and camping in bear country. To view the entire contents page and all of the articles included in this issue, click HERE.

To order the July/August issue or to purchase an annual subscription to Colorado Outdoors magazine,  click HERE.

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