Colorado’s pheasant and quail seasons open statewide Nov. 9, 2019. Pheasant hunters can expect improved bird populations over last season. Big-game hunters can also enjoy some additional access this year on Colorado’s popular Walk-In-Access (WIA) program. Watch the video for further details.
December and January offer ideal pheasant hunting conditions in Colorado. The opening day crowds have thinned, crops have been cut and harvested and the cooler air is just right for walking the draws, sloughs and grassy fields in search of roosters. For those lucky hunters
Colorado pheasant and quail hunters have plenty to be excited about this year when the season opens statewide on November 11. Pheasant and quail populations have increased dramatically, setting the stage for what could be a very good season for upland hunters. Check out this
On Nov. 11, hunters and bird dogs alike will celebrate as Colorado’s 2017-18 pheasant season opens statewide. Thanks to favorable nesting and brood conditions, pheasant populations are now at a four year high throughout the state. For more information on what you can expect this
Pheasant hunting is almost never easy, but hunting late-season pheasants can be particularly challenging.