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Colorado Hunting

www.wildlife.state.co.us/wildlifecommission

Non-resident Hunting License for Colorado
Elk $250.25
Deer $296.00
Small Game $56.00

Colorado is teaming with wild game waiting for you to come along and kill it. Come to beautiful Colorado and experience the best nature has to offer.

At Colorado Hunting Expeditions (970-882-5400) you will find the hunting experience(s) you have always wanted. Located in the San Juan Mountains, they offer elk and deer hunting on thousands of acres of prime hunting grounds. You can choose from a fully guided hunt, drop camps and trespass fees for small and large groups. They can provide hunting lodges, tent sites, remote cabins or 4 wheel drives. On a guided tour, they will provide you with everything but you personal gear and licenses.

At Action Adventures (800-383-1888) you can hunt for mule deer and elk in a fair chase hunt. They have a variety of hunts available year round ranging from mule deer bow hunts to pack-in rifle elk hunts. Action adventures takes pride in providing you with a great Colorado hunting experience and will do their best to see that you and your hunting partyóno matter its size-receive all you need to have a successful hunt.

Sante Fe Tail and Witcher Ranch (719-324-9258) is a leader in Colorado quail hunting. Lead by Grant Witcher and his team of professional hunting guides, you will enjoy a quail hunting experience extraordinaire. Their courses travel along the Cimarron River into grassland prairies and sagebrush covered fields to provide you with a pleasurable and profitable experience. You can choose to bring your own dogs, or use those on location. Standard hunting trips are 2 days and 3 nights. Other hunting opportunities include prairie chicken and pheasant. For non-hunters there are additional activities.

Other Colorado hunting opportunities can be found at Fort Morganís Brush Prairie Ponds State Park where you will find pheasant and duck and big game hunting in the Arapaho National Recreation area or in the Grand Mesa National Forest.