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Colorado tailwater trout

Fly Fishing for Colorado Tailwater Trout

by Roger Wheaton 0

It’s a great time to enjoy Colorado tailwater trout angling at these top Centennial State locations. Fly-fishing is a growing sport, and… more »

deer

Deer Hunting in Colorado’s Late Season

by John E. Phillips 0

Deer hunters in Colorado still have opportunities available for filling a tag this season.  If you’re fortunate enough to have… more »

base camps

Rocky Mountain Camp Getaways

by Roger Wheaton 0

Your next outdoors adventure could begin with booking a spot at one of these public-land  camp getaways located near hunting and fishing action…. more »

colorado waterfowl

Best of Colorado Waterfowl Hunting 2017

by Brian Strickland 0

These Colorado waterfowl hunting locations and tips will help you bag birds across the state this season. It was cold. Face-hurting cold…. more »

elk hunting

5 Keys to Elk Hunting Success

by Terry Otto 0

These tips will help you fill a tag this elk hunting season. The undisputed king of North American big game… more »

Colorado Elk

Your Colorado Elk Hunting Game Plan

by Game & Fish Staff 0

Here’s how to make the most of your Colorado elk hunting.  By Tony Mandile  Jim was a whitetail hunter and… more »

state record crappie

State Record Crappie Breaks 27-Year-Old Mark

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Colorado has a new state record crappie after a June catch is certified. It’s the fourth record set in 2017… more »

Colorado Public Deer

Colorado Public Land Deer Preview

by Roger Wheaton 0

After visiting with several CPW officials, it seems that 2017 should offer another great season for Colorado public land deer…. more »

elk hunting

Rocky Mountain Elk Hunting Forecast

by Roger Wheaton 0

Here’s a state-by-state preview of how Rocky Mountain elk hunting is shaping up this season. By Roger Wheaton As fall approaches… more »

quail

Quail: Scout Before You Burn Up Boot Leather

by Scott Haugen 0

Floods and snows last winter changed quail habits. Now, more than ever, you need to get out there and scout…. more »

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