Colorado

Hunting

Excitement, adventure, beautiful scenery—that’s what hunting in Colorado is about. With over 23 million acres of pristine pines, plentiful pocket meadows and pure-water ponds, it’s no wonder Colorado hosts the world’s largest elk herd and the best chance to hunt these majestic animals. Colorado also supports the largest migrating mule deer herd, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Sage Grouse, and hundreds of other native species. Each year Colorado sees more than 375,000 deer, elk, and pronghorn hunters. Biologists put Colorado’s elk population at more than 280,000. Our guides know where to find your game and will take you to those areas so that you can derive maximum enjoyment out of your hunting time. Whether you need a little help or a lot of help with your hunting, our guides can provide you with the needed assistance so that your hunt can be as pleasurable as possible.

Hunt Species In Colorado

Buffalo
Buffalo

The American bison, also commonly known as the American buffalo or simply buffalo, is a North American species of bison that once roamed the grassland...

Cougar/Mountain Lion
Cougar/Mountain Lion

Mountain lions eat mainly deer, but they also eat smaller animals, such as mice and rabbits. These cats have a poor sense of smell, but have excellent...

Coyote
Coyote

These members of the dog family once lived primarily in open prairies and deserts, but now roam the continent's forests and mountains.

Elk
Elk

Elk range in forest and forest-edge habitat, feeding on grasses, plants, leaves, and bark. Male elk have large antlers which are shed each year.

Merriam Turkey
Merriam Turkey

The domesticated turkey is a large poultry bird, one of the two species in the genus Meleagris and the same as the wild turkey.

Moose
Moose

The body color is a rusty yellowish-brown, with a pale brownish saddle. The moose is North America’s largest deer and grows the largest antlers.

Mountain Lion
Mountain Lion

These cats have a poor sense of smell, but have excellent vision and hearing that help them hunt in the early morning and evening hours.

Mule Deer
Mule Deer

Mule deer are generally easy to identify due to their large mule-like ears. They usually have a distinctive black forehead, or mask, that contrasts sh...

Whitetail Deer
Whitetail Deer

Reddish-brown to blue-gray or tan coloring; underside of tail is white, producing a “flag” when raised off the rump. Antlers on the male primarily con...

Buffalo
Buffalo

The American bison, also commonly known as the American buffalo or simply buffalo, is a North American species of bison that once roamed the grassland...

Cougar/Mountain Lion
Cougar/Mountain Lion

Mountain lions eat mainly deer, but they also eat smaller animals, such as mice and rabbits. These cats have a poor sense of smell, but have excellent...

Coyote
Coyote

These members of the dog family once lived primarily in open prairies and deserts, but now roam the continent's forests and mountains.

Elk
Elk

Elk range in forest and forest-edge habitat, feeding on grasses, plants, leaves, and bark. Male elk have large antlers which are shed each year.

Merriam Turkey
Merriam Turkey

The domesticated turkey is a large poultry bird, one of the two species in the genus Meleagris and the same as the wild turkey.

Moose
Moose

The body color is a rusty yellowish-brown, with a pale brownish saddle. The moose is North America’s largest deer and grows the largest antlers.

Mountain Lion
Mountain Lion

These cats have a poor sense of smell, but have excellent vision and hearing that help them hunt in the early morning and evening hours.

Mule Deer
Mule Deer

Mule deer are generally easy to identify due to their large mule-like ears. They usually have a distinctive black forehead, or mask, that contrasts sh...

Whitetail Deer
Whitetail Deer

Reddish-brown to blue-gray or tan coloring; underside of tail is white, producing a “flag” when raised off the rump. Antlers on the male primarily con...


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