2014 Hunting Guide Now Available!

From upland birds and waterfowl to majesticbig-game animals like elk and bighorn sheep, Colorado's wild-game species are as diverse as the Rocky Mountain landscape.

2014 hunt guide Cover

Variety, they say, is “the spice of life.” And for hunters, no other state offers as much “spice” as Colorado. From upland birds and waterfowl to majestic
big-game animals like elk and bighorn sheep, Colorado’s wild-game species are as diverse as the Rocky Mountain landscape.

Get the most out of your time in the field this fall by purchasing the 2014 Colorado Outdoors Hunting Guide. This special edition of Colorado Outdoors magazine includes a big-game hunting forecast with statewide population estimates for elk, deer, pronghorn, moose and bear, as well as the inside scoop on all things hunting from CPW wildlife managers and biologists. In addition, this issue features an inside look at Colorado pheasant hunting, provides strategies for hunting turkeys and offers tips for big-game hunters on how to improve shooting accuracy. To view an entire contents page for this issue, click HERE.  Annual subscriptions to Colorado Outdoors magazine or individual copies may be purchased by clicking HERE.

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